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[Home Depot] Milwaukee 2pc M12 Fuel Gen 2 combo kit with free M12 Bare tool

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee 2pc M12 Fuel Gen 2 combo kit with free M12 Bare tool

Milwaukee 2pc M12 Fuel Gen 2 combo kit with free M12 Bare tool

2598-22 M12 FUEL 2-Tool Combo Kit comes with:
M12 FUEL Hammer Drill Driver (2504-20)
M12 FUEL Hex Impact (2553-20)
(1) 2.0Ah Battery, (1) 4.0Ah Battery, Charger and Tool
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/100109 ... W18_L3P1A1

You get one choice of the following free m12 tool in link below
https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/catego ... tools.html

It works online... i just bought it with the m12 fuel sawzall.

Impact gun is pretty powerful guy for it size, been using it for a while. on a regular 2.0 battery i can maybe hit upto 50-60 2inch screws into 2x4 wood before battery dies

hammer/dill is very nice tool for most jobs. I've used it for various jobs of drilling holes in concrete or drilling small holes upto 1/2inch with no major issues



of those 5 tools that are free with this kit, i own the following:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1000692741
This guy is not bad works decent, used it on various small sanding and cutting small sections of wood out, and even for cutting small holes in drywall.

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1000724954
this guy is definately not as strong as the dremel tool, but still does decent job for small jobs. i bought the ryobi dremel tool kit, and it was able to fit with this tool.
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Interesting, thanks OP. Can anyone comment on the Milwaukee M12 Compact Inflator? I'd be interested in getting that as the bonus tool if it's any good.
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I'm looking at this and considering this or Dewalt combo set, not sure how the 2 compare, they're both brushless, but I think rather get it with the ratchet I don't need any of the other tools
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I think the m12 fuel is brushless and has better battery if i'm not mistaken. I was looking at that set first but don't need the saw or light
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Neovingian wrote: I'm looking at this and considering this or Dewalt combo set, not sure how the 2 compare, they're both brushless, but I think rather get it with the ratchet I don't need any of the other tools
Here some comparison of m18vs m12 i did a while back ago for the hammer drill

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Sorcerer wrote: Interesting, thanks OP. Can anyone comment on the Milwaukee M12 Compact Inflator? I'd be interested in getting that as the bonus tool if it's any good.
I have it and it's excellent. Can do car tires and everything else with no issues.
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Neovingian wrote: I'm looking at this and considering this or Dewalt combo set, not sure how the 2 compare, they're both brushless, but I think rather get it with the ratchet I don't need any of the other tools
I have the non fuel version of the ratchet, its very handy, i bought a 1/4" bit adapter for it so i can drill screws into tight places.. very handy..
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I picked up this deal with the 3/8 ratchet. The hackzall would have been my second choice. Not going to do any major reno, just minor DIY home repairs.
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dingmah wrote: What is the difference between M12 Fuel & M12 non-Fuel?

I'm more interested in picking up this Milwaukee M12 5 tool kit for $279. I'm just a home DIYer, not gonna be using it to do any real manly work.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1001358116
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takes more advantage of the power of the bigger batteries.... example the non fuel can use the 6.0 batteries but just take advantage of battery capacity.... the fuel tools with 6.0 battery take advantage of higher power of those batteries. Plus the fuels seem lighter to hold as well.

I bought that 5 pc kit as one of my early starters.. its a good choice too since you get more options with it. Just a matter what you planning to use it for.
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dontpanic wrote: I picked up this deal with the 3/8 ratchet. The hackzall would have been my second choice. Not going to do any major reno, just minor DIY home repairs.
I have the non fuel hackzall, and now just picked the fuel version cause of this deal, but i love this hackzall.. i use it not own to cut 2x4 sections, but for small cuts of drywall where needed, plumbing cuts of pvc or abs, even copper if you buy the right blade. Tried cutting with patio stones, that didnt work well.. I used it for branch trimmings.

Luckily it takes the standard blades as other sawzall brands.. i just use the diablio blades.
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dingmah wrote: What is the difference between M12 Fuel & M12 non-Fuel?

I'm more interested in picking up this Milwaukee M12 5 tool kit for $279. I'm just a home DIYer, not gonna be using it to do any real manly work.
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1001358116

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Fuel = brushless, which gives you more power and uses less battery.

If you don't need all of those tools right now, it might be better to just buy what you need along the way. It's less upfront. There will always be better deals or newer and better tools coming out, so why buy a bunch only to have a few tools sitting around collecting dust? That's my thinking anyway.
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The 3/8 Ratchet never goes on sale! Thanks OP, $299 for three M12 Fuel tools, 2 batteries, charger, and a case is worth it.
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this was posted already under a KMS thread, same deal, i mentioned there that it's the same deal...

HD is a joke, i ordered this online because there was no local stock for the combo, but there was local stock for the ratchet, then the store cancelled the ratchet but they still shipped me the combo and of course no price adjustment because the ratchet rings free with an online order, so all i got was the full price combo that i now need to return in store..


That said, i have the Ratchet, Inflator and hackzall, they're all great tools, i use the inflator most, i don't really use the ratchet much because i have a 1/2 stubby impact wrench that does everything better than the ratchet (except fit in smaller spaces)


I love the M12 fuel gear, i swapped over from ryobi18v, the M12 fuel has the same or better specs on most tools, it's a little more money on some of the tools, pretty similar on others.... but where it shines is the size and weight, MUCH MUCH more compact and lighter than the 18v gear, half the size, half the weight (less fatigue from using it all day), half the hauling, with the same or better performance.
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Anyone want to get the kit and sell me one of the free tool? You can save some more money on the original 2 bare tools. PM me to work it out.

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