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[Home Depot] Mikwaukee M12 cordless 5 tool kit $248

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[Home Depot] Mikwaukee M12 cordless 5 tool kit $248

great price on this Milwaukee 5 tool 12volt cordless kit with bonus battery


https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.sb-m ... 85126.html

Overview Model # 2499-25P Store SKU # 1001185126
The 2499-25P M12 Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit includes the M12 3/8inch Drill/Driver (2407-20), M12 HACKZALL (2420-20), M12 Multi-Tool (2426-20), M12 1/4inch HEX Impact Driver (2462-20) and M12 Worklight (49-24-0146). The innovative M12 cordless system is designed to deliver the power and torque required for professional applications, in a size that reaches the tightest and toughest places. Powered by RED LITHIUM, the M12 cordless LITHIUM-ION system offers unmatched power, speed, and tool belt portability.

M12 Cordless 3/8 inch Drill-Driver delivers 275 inch lbs. of torque in a compact and lightweight design
M12 REDLITHIUM Cordless HACKZALL Reciprocating Saw helps you make fast, precise cuts through a wide range of materials, including drywall, wood and PVC
M12 12-Volt lithium-ion Cordless Multi-Tool is ideal for flushing or plunging cuts, removing grout or grinding thinset, sanding or scraping.
M12 Cordless 1/4 inch Impact Driver delivers 1,000 in-lbs of torque
Compatible with all M12 batteries
Includes the M12 3/8 inch Drill/Driver (2407-20), M12 HACKZALL (2420-20), M12 Multi-Tool (2426-20), M12 1/4inch HEX Impact Driver (2462-20) and M12 Worklight (49-24-0146), 3 M12 REDLITHIUM Batteries, Charger, Bag

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Aug 21, 2018
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Is that impact strong enough to remove or tighten wheel lugs?
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gebuss wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 10:35 am
Is that impact strong enough to remove or tighten wheel lugs?
No, you'll need an IMPACT WRENCH, not an impact driver
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so tempted..... ughhhhhhhh
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yellowmp5 wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 10:48 am
No, you'll need an IMPACT WRENCH, not an impact driver
Thanks, I will look for that instead.
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12v? Is it good enough?
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The M12 tools are excellent, best 12v lineup in the industry, plenty of power and a more appropriate choice for many jobs than bigger and heavier 18v tools.

These are the cheaper M12 models with brushed motors, not the Fuel or Brushless line, but still very good for the money.

But, like most "5 tool" kits, there are a few issues that reduce the value:
- It's really 4 tools and a low-end flashlight
- It comes with the minimum size 1.5 amp-hour batteries, which are fine for the drill but totally inadequate for the reciprocating saw (they'll last about 2 minutes).

Still, it's a good value compared to buying separately if you want at least 3 of the tools.
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gebuss wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 10:51 am
Thanks, I will look for that instead.
A breaker bar (and piece of pipe if they're stuck) will work at a fraction of the cost. Not as fast or as much fun though.
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Oct 4, 2008
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I think it's a great deal considering $125 they are asking for drill/driver combo only.
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This price is ok. I picked up a 3 piece 12V milwuake set (drill/drive/hackzall) for $150 from HD a few months ago. Depends if you are going to use the multitool or not.
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HernanDavid wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 12:42 pm
12v? Is it good enough?
I have all of them and the impact is more than enough but slower than my 20v. The drill is good enough for everything but a large holesaw.

The baseboard tool and sawzall work but drain batteries like mad, so it REALLY limits what i can do with them. They get the job done but i might take 10 batteries to get there.
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HernanDavid wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 12:42 pm
12v? Is it good enough?
i've used my M12 Fuel drill to cut out a 2" hole using a princess auto 2" hole-saw on a 2x4, took a while, but it did the work.
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gebuss wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 10:35 am
Is that impact strong enough to remove or tighten wheel lugs?
Break them loose and torque them up manually, but you can get an adapter for this and spin them on and off.
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I was eyeing this set. But I have other versions of all these tools

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