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Milwaukee 12v 2x2AH M12 FUEL Twin Kit - Brushless Percussion Drill + Impact Driver £219.20 @ FFX Ebay
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Milwaukee 12v 2x2AH M12 FUEL Twin Kit - Brushless Percussion Drill + Impact Driver £219.20 @ FFX Ebay

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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Gen 2 of Milwaukee brushless 12v percussion (hammer) drill driver and impact driver. I've been after these for ages and this is the lowest I've seen them available for.

From the reviews I've seen on 12v tools, these generally seem to come out on top and Milwaukee have probably the biggest range of 12v tools going. Metal chucks, brushless motors, compact size. 3A, 4A and even 6A compatible batteries are also available (they do other kits with 1x 2A / 1x 4A or a 2x 6A but they are out of stock on ebay). FFX also have the batteries separately on ebay which you can buy at the same time with the 20% off code.

Register them to get a 3 year warranty.

Compared to other options, the LED lights on these aren't the best being below the check rather than spaced around it and some people say the grips are a bit fat as the batteries fit inside them rather than underneath. I've got quite small hands and initial feel is that I don't think it will be a big deal unless perhaps you're using them all day. Would also be nice if the charger could charge 2 batteries at a time, rather than just one.

The non brushless (M12 vs M12 FUEL) is also available at £189 -20% (£151.20) ebay.co.uk/itm…685 and this kit has 1x 2A / 1x 4A batteries
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Wouldn't the 18v fuel kit that was the same price not long ago be better?
M18 Fuel has never dropped below £300 I bought that set last time there was a 20% off. It's a beast of a drill.
Yes it would as long as you need the extra power, however these are lighter and more compact. That's important if you're working with them for longer or if you need to fit them into tighter spaces. The power of these 12V models is rather impressive though and most people probably won't need the extra power of 18V.

The weight of these is already more than I was expecting, using 18V versions would be more cumbersome. So I suggest thinking about what you need them to do and what you'll be most comfortable using and then get the option that fits your requirements the best.

Another good option
Edited by: "mtcleaning83_." 6th Dec 2019
Loads of great offers from FFX available with the code
Edited by: "bseal1947" 6th Dec 2019
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