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[Home Depot] YMMV - Milwaukee M18 impact kit $169

I think this is a warm deal since it is a limited quantity and YMMV.
At my local store (pointe-claire, Montréal), there is cart with "Liquidation" sign on it. I found two 1/4 inch Impact Driver Kit with 2x2.0 Ah batteries, the charger & a hard case. .

The website is showing 4 in stock.

Sku is 1001163158

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1001163158
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Hmm. Kind of expensive. I would suggest the M12 Fuel Impact with 2.0 or 4.0 battery for $149?

But thanks for sharing. It's why RFD has grown Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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chilli604 wrote: Hmm. Kind of expensive. I would suggest the M12 Fuel Impact with 2.0 or 4.0 battery for $149?

But thanks for sharing. It's why RFD has grown Smiling Face With Open Mouth
with an impact driver you really should get a bigger battery than a 2 AH one anyways, as they typically get way more powerful with a bigger battery
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dandu3 wrote: with an impact driver you really should get a bigger battery than a 2 AH one anyways, as they typically get way more powerful with a bigger battery
Agreed. I like having extra power. Especially when driving in 3 inch screws.

The smaller 2.0 are perfect for tight spaces.
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I hope milwaukee comes out with the flat cells ones like dewalt has, they crammed 5 AH of juice in the small battery's case. I see milwaukee has a 3.0 now in the same small shell. I use my dad's old milwaukee drill set and that only came with the 1.5 AH batteries, and the other day at home depot I saw they had the XC4.0 on sale for 90 or 99$, I wonder if that's a good deal or not. not their best battery for that size case but not the worst either
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chilli604 wrote: Hmm. Kind of expensive. I would suggest the M12 Fuel Impact with 2.0 or 4.0 battery for $149?

But thanks for sharing. It's why RFD has grown Smiling Face With Open Mouth
M12 is not in the same league as this TBH. This isn't Fuel but it's quite powerful/fast nonetheless and def. faster than the M12 Fuel. The M18 battery/charger is also arguably of a bit more value than M12 stuff. The 2850 is only 30 RPM lower under load than the 2853 Fuel, and manages to output nearly 1000in*lb more torque in testing.

From the PTR reviews of all three:

2553 (M12 Fuel):
Speed under load: 397 RPM
Breaking torque: 1680 in*lb

2850 (this tool):
Speed under load: 450 RPM
Breaking torque: 3600 in*lb

2853/2857 (M18 Fuel):
Speed under load: 479 RPM
Breaking torque: 2656 in*lb

Source(s):
https://www.protoolreviews.com/tools/po ... iew/43159/
https://www.protoolreviews.com/milwauke ... ct-review/
https://www.protoolreviews.com/best-18v ... r-reviews/

Note however that unlike the Fuel tools, this one is NOT multi-mode. Has just one mode and variable trigger.

This isn't an amazing deal, but it's a good one. -22 kit for $169--two 2.0 batts, charger, and hard case (some argue the hard cases are just useless plastic but this is what you get with the more pricey -22 kits).

Couple years ago they had these in SB (-21) kits with one 2.0 battery and charger for $150, but those SB kits have long disappeared. At $20 than those once were, with an additional battery, it's a deal. The M12 SB kits are still around with either the 2.0 for $129 or 4.0 for $150, but again this is a step up on the 2553. You might want to get a better battery than the 2.0s, okay sure, but I think the M18 brushless is still the better tool.

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