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Milwaukee M12 Cordless Combo Kit (5-Tool) w/ (2) 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger and Tool Bag $249

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M12 Cordless Combo Kit (5-Tool) w/ (2) 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger and Tool Bag $249

Decent deal for the weekend warrior. It's not Fuel but still a decent deal.

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Is this a good option for first time condo buyer, with no previous experience with power tools.
Would just be hanging few things around like tv, some frames and coat hanger.

Just want some basic tools for minor DIY things.

Thank you
I spend time on RFD,
more than I'd like to admit.
But I console myself stating,
I'd need another job if I wouldn't
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More then a good option. We didn't have this in my time lol.
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patel21 wrote: Is this a good option for first time condo buyer, with no previous experience with power tools.
Would just be hanging few things around like tv, some frames and coat hanger.

Just want some basic tools for minor DIY things.

Thank you
Great option, some might say it's even a bit much but for a quality brand that will last a long time this is a great deal. I wish I had this deal when I started out.
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patel21 wrote: Is this a good option for first time condo buyer, with no previous experience with power tools.
Would just be hanging few things around like tv, some frames and coat hanger.

Just want some basic tools for minor DIY things.

Thank you
This is probably overkill. You probably won't ever use the saw, rarely the ratchet. You can get the M12 combo (drill/impact) on sale for $159 right now. If you're just doing basic DIY I'd probably start with that.

M12 12V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill Driver/Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool) with (2) 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger, Tool Bag

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1000672700
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JonanH86185 wrote: This is probably overkill. You probably won't ever use the saw, rarely the ratchet. You can get the M12 combo (drill/impact) on sale for $159 right now. If you're just doing basic DIY I'd probably start with that.

M12 12V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill Driver/Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool) with (2) 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger, Tool Bag

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1000672700
Thanks for the suggestion.
Can I change my car tires with the impact driver in this kit?
I spend time on RFD,
more than I'd like to admit.
But I console myself stating,
I'd need another job if I wouldn't
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The ratchet is a great tool, I use it on all my car repairs/maintenance work at home. Small and handy.
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Hot if it had the m12 stubby and inflator as part of the 5 tools imo and at least one 4ah battery Thinking Face
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patel21 wrote: Is this a good option for first time condo buyer, with no previous experience with power tools.
Would just be hanging few things around like tv, some frames and coat hanger.
Just want some basic tools for minor DIY things...
It's an overkill taking up precious space until if ever you get into a house. Then again you can always buy later...

Check out this week's Canadian Tire's amazing (Face With Tears Of Joy) sale on a set of capable screwdrivers for about $22. It can take care of most of the DIY projects. The only power tool you may need is a drill, corded cheaper.
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patel21 wrote: Thanks for the suggestion.
Can I change my car tires with the impact driver in this kit?
No. This driver is meant for screws or minor torqued bolts. You could do some mechanical work with it, but for tires you'd probably want the impact wrench!
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TSLA88 wrote: The ratchet is a great tool, I use it on all my car repairs/maintenance work at home. Small and handy.
+1
Been watching a lot of U tube's Rainman Ray videos. Very versatile in especially in tight spots.

Curious what maintenance work at home that could use this ratchet?
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JonanH86185 wrote: This is probably overkill. You probably won't ever use the saw, rarely the ratchet. You can get the M12 combo (drill/impact) on sale for $159 right now. If you're just doing basic DIY I'd probably start with that.

M12 12V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill Driver/Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool) with (2) 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger, Tool Bag

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1000672700
Is this better than the Ryobi Brushless Hammer Drill + Impact Driver + (2) 1.5Ah batteries and charger that was $139 (or $149?) recently?
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Oct 10, 2006
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These are brushed tools that are larger, heavier, and lower performance then their M12 FUEL counterparts. Jump on the M12 FUEL deals instead.
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Thanks! Picked up a set to replace my aging m12 from over a decade ago. Drove by countless cars and buses stuck on the road. Continental Xi3 and 4matic ftw!
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patel21 wrote: Thanks for the suggestion.
Can I change my car tires with the impact driver in this kit?
Most likely not
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FlazhDealz wrote: Is this better than the Ryobi Brushless Hammer Drill + Impact Driver + (2) 1.5Ah batteries and charger that was $139 (or $149?) recently?
i think ryobi is much powerful than this tools
its 18v brushless
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smatts wrote: These are brushed tools that are larger, heavier, and lower performance then their M12 FUEL counterparts. Jump on the M12 FUEL deals instead.
They're also less expensive. It depends on your use case; for most homeowners these tools are plenty capable.
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No, it doesn’t have nearly enough torque for your wheel lugs. You’d need either a corded or battery 1/2 impact driver.
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the sawzall is for drywall pretty much.... these are low end tools in small format. the only advantage is small format.

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