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Does anyone own both the older M12 drill with hammer drill function (3/8) chuck AND the newer Fuel drill with hammer drill function (1/2" chuck)?

What is the weight and size difference? From pictures it looks like the newer Fuel model is almost as big as an 18V drill. SO I am curious about the difference in size, if the newer Fuel model will be nearly as compact as my old one.
 

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I have both. The size is a little larger but way more powerfully than the old one.
Thanks for the reply.

Not too much heavier or larger?

Like I said, it just looks much bigger so I wanted confirmation that it's ot too big before ordering it.

Home Depot.com sells all the new Fuel models but they don't carry them in the store so I can't see one in real life before ordering it.
 

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The size is barely noticeable in being larger or heavier, but it probably is. The one thing VERY noticeable is the power difference. I won't even use an old m12 drill anymore.. they're junk in comparison.
 

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Here is a pic of my m12 (older junk) compared to my 18v fuel.

My local HD sells almost every m12 and 18v tool Milwaukee has, including bare tools....
















 
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