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Dewalt 20V Max Lithium-Ion Drill Driver and 12V Max Screwdriver Combo Kit (DCK295L3) EXPIRED

djap2 1,573 November 28, 2012 at 09:44 AM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 11-28-2012 at 03:07 PM View Original Post
UPDATE: The $5 off code listed below has expired. Total is now $174.

Home Depot has Dewalt 20V Max Lithium-Ion Drill Driver and 12V Max Screwdriver Combo Kit (DCK295L3) for $199 - $25 off $100 instant savings in cart - $5 off promotion code CMHD2012 = $169 with free shipping. Thanks djap2

Includes
  • 20V Max DCD980 Premium Drill/Driver
  • 12V Max DCF610 Screwdriver
  • 2x 20V Max 3.0 Ah Batteries
  • 1x 12V Max Battery
  • 12V/20V Fast Charger
  • Bit Tip
  • Belt Hook
  • Contractor Bag

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Best deal I have found as HomeDepot.com has $25.00 off $100.00 and free shipping on the DEWALT 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion Premium Drill Driver / 12-Volt Max Screwdriver 2-Tool Combo Kit DCK295L3

Link [homedepot.com]

I didn't need Hammer function and this is the better quality drill/driver and comes with TWO of the 3.0 ah 20v Batteries. The DCD980 Drill/Driver Kit goes for $259.00 alone on Amazon...so for $174.00 you get that plus the 12v screwdriver with battery as a bonus!

Price: $199.00 - $25.00 = $174.00 and Free Shipping (tax additional)

This code reported as Expired: (Used code "CMHD2012" for $5 of $50 purchase to bring total down to $169.00 - Thanks to Pctek4456!)

This comes with:
20V MAX DCD980 premium drill/driver
(2) 20V MAX 3.0 Ah batteries
12V MAX DCF610 Screwdriver
(1) 12V MAX battery
12V/20V fast charger
bit tip
belt hook
contractor bag.




PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
The DCK295L3 is a unique kit featuring a 20V MAX Lithium Ion Drill/Driver and 12V MAX Screwdriver Combo. Both tools are part of DEWALT's MAX platform using the same DCB101 12V/20V Charger. The MAX systems are a great compliment to one another - the 12V MAX can be carried via the belt hook throughout the day to provide a perfect lightweight solution for the smaller fastening applications while the 20V MAX provides the power, torque and speed to complete the all of the heavy-duty applications. The DCK295L3 includes: 20V MAX DCD980 premium drill/driver, 12V MAX DCF610 Screwdriver, (2) 20V MAX 3.0 Ah batteries, (1) 12V MAX battery, 12V/20V fast charger, bit tip, belt hook and contractor bag.



DCD980 20V MAX drill/driver with patented 3-speed all-metal transmission and 1/2 in. self-tightening chuck delivers 535 units watts out of maximum performance, faster application speed, and superior bit retention
LED light with 20 second delay after trigger release
DCF610 12V MAX screwdriver features 1/4 in. one hand loading hex chuck
Compact, lightweight design fits into tight areas
Other batteries and chargers sold separately, this kit works with these batteries (DCB200, DCB201, DCB120) and chargers (DCB101, DCB119, DCB100)
MFG Brand Name : DEWALT
MFG Model # : DCK295L3
MFG Part # : DCK295L3
Savings Center : Holiday

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#46
Dang that is a GREAT deal! I think I paid $150 for my 18v Dewalt LiIon with two batteries. This is the 20v LiIon with 2 batteries AND the 12v LiIon Impact drill with a battery?! Man... My 18V might be going on CL now...
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Quote from ben_r_ View Post :
Dang that is a GREAT deal! I think I paid $150 for my 18v Dewalt LiIon with two batteries. This is the 20v LiIon with 2 batteries AND the 12v LiIon Impact drill with a battery?! Man... My 18V might be going on CL now...
In one of the reviews, the guy said that his came with four batteries, two 20's and two 12's.

See review below;

This kit included a DCF 610 screwdriver and a DCD 980 drill. Both are good tools and operate very well. The drill is a 20 volt Lithium-ion powered tool and the screwdriver is a 12 volt Lithium-ion powered tool. There are two batteries for each tool and a charger for both. It would have been great if a hard plastic case would have been included. Both tools work very well. The batteries last a long time on one charge. Tool hooks for both tools would help unfortunately, none were provided. All this aside, the tools are a good buy.
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#48
I have the Dewalt 20v tools. All of them. Buy them and never think twice about it. They are extremely powerful and worth every penny. Love, love, love them. Wish I had bought dewalt sooner. I had a craftsman 19.2v kit prior to the dewalt. Doesn't even come close to the dewalt.

I have to admit though, a ridgid set did give me pause. A lifetime warranty including batteries seems pretty sweet. My brother in law just bought a 18v Ridgid 5 tool combo. He uses them for work everyday. It will be interesting to see how easy the warranty is and how well they hold up.
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Quote from overfedexed View Post :
In one of the reviews, the guy said that his came with four batteries, two 20's and two 12's.

See review below;

This kit included a DCF 610 screwdriver and a DCD 980 drill. Both are good tools and operate very well. The drill is a 20 volt Lithium-ion powered tool and the screwdriver is a 12 volt Lithium-ion powered tool. There are two batteries for each tool and a charger for both. It would have been great if a hard plastic case would have been included. Both tools work very well. The batteries last a long time on one charge. Tool hooks for both tools would help unfortunately, none were provided. All this aside, the tools are a good buy.
However, reading the description only mentions 2 20v and 1 12v. I guess he got lucky. Hope I do! Smilie
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#50
Tempted to jump on this. I have a concrete basement floor that I need to drill some taps into so I might pass since the DC985 hammer drill/driver combo would work better for me.

Looking to pick this up: Model # DCK590L2

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-2...LagaqxlEap
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#51
it anyone own this set.,from HD description it said "(2) 20V MAX 3.0 Ah batteries, (1) 12V MAX battery,"But from a review from HD ,the guy name RIG22 from Channelview,TX he said "There are two batteries for each tool and a charger for both" not sure about this ,i was wonder.TK
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Quote from MephistoMyHero View Post :
Looking at the pictures, it looks like it comes with two 20v batteries and 1 12v battery?
Yes, did I put something else?

Hope I can shed some light for others that asked questions while I was working:

- This comes with two of the 3.0 ah 20v batteries. They are the best of the Dewalt 20v series and supposed to be equivelant to the 18v XRP reputation. This is roughly twice the run time of the 1.5 ah compact versions. They are, like the XRP, worth the extra money.
- The Dewalt 20v batteries are not much different than every other company...they use the max voltage to get to 20v but essentially could have been called the 18v Lithium Ion but Dewalt gets to sell new tools because it is a new connection. So they kind of win just like some others have done.

- I really like this deal because you can get into the 20v line with the 'best' batteries for cheap and get a 12v tool at no extra charge.

- Again folks, the drill/driver kit goes for $259.00 on Amazon.

- I think Dewalt has been more reliable for me than Ridgid...but that is not to say a DIY wouldn't be happy with Ridgid. Nothing against them. I think this is a better value...

- I am 99% sure this comes with 1 12v battery. I have seen this kit before at the stores. But, I hope I'm wrong! Smilie And, maybe the reviewer made a mistake or was very lucky. Again, that is just gravy for the 12v so I figure it is what it is and nice to have.

- Impact Drive: Folks, if you have never purchased one...get one. Next best thing (Drill/Driver for drilling and variable precision driving but impact driver for almost everything else!).
If you are not a pro...you don't have to get the Brushless version. But you can pick up the Dewalt 20v Impact Driver Tool only for around $99 or $109 and it is a bargain because you know have the batteries and can go to town building a 100x100 deck for your significant other in two or three hours Smilie
(I joke...four hours, at least) lol

- This drill/driver is the better design with metal components and heavy duty.

- Only thing missing is hammerdrill function. For those that don't know, it is most used for applications with concrete involved.

- Dewalt makes a pretty slick circular saw and reciprocating saw so you can now save money by looking for bare tools from all the online places, including ebay and build a nice kit for cheap money.

- Again, two 3.0 ah batteries are $129.00 on Amazon which is a great price...your getting a heck of a lot more with this deal.

Hope this heps.

Let me know if you need any help...but I would take this over Ryobi. I haven't had luck with their batteries lasting any length of time and not nearly the power needed to get hard jobs done. Ridgid...works well but I just like Dewalt better.

I don't work for Dewalt or Home Depot Smilie
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#53
Dewalt site

DCK295L3 Includes:

DCD980 20V MAX* 1/2" Drill/Driver
DCF610 12V MAX* 1/4" Screwdriver
(2) 20V MAX* Lithium Ion 3.0 Ah Battery Packs
(1) 12V MAX* Battery Pack
Fast Charger
360° Side Handle
Belt Hook
Contractor Bag

thinking about buying it and don't need it..... have 2 drills 1 unused ...2 screwdrivers 1 unused

Likny: http://www.dewalt.com/tools/cordl...295l3.aspx
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wish one was a hammer drill and the other impact drill otherwise its useless in a way
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Quote from Whexican View Post :
Tempted to jump on this. I have a concrete basement floor that I need to drill some taps into so I might pass since the DC985 hammer drill/driver combo would work better for me.

Looking to pick this up: Model # DCK590L2

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-2...LagaqxlEap
nice set, paid around $500 and gotta third battery free at lowes, they had a promotion beginning of this year
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#56
The 20v driver is super light - not sure it's worth the weight difference.. The drill/driver is a DCD980 vs the DCD780 that Lowes sells FWIW

I have the DCD980 and it's fairly heavy (not something you want to carry around all day)

Quote from pdxman1 View Post :
Because the 12V driver is smaller so it fits in tight spots. It is lighter, so you don't get as tired holding it overhead. You may not need or want it, but it is good for some people and some uses.
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Quote from mujik5m View Post :
wish one was a hammer drill and the other impact drill otherwise its useless in a way
That combo exist. It already was posted.
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Quote from mujik5m View Post :
wish one was a hammer drill and the other impact drill otherwise its useless in a way
Wow, really?

Perhaps for your particular needs, but I think others may find it a very good value.

Not everyone will need Hammer function for concrete...

Plus, as much as I love my impact drivers...often I need precision control and a drill driver is required for that...
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#59
I bought this.. Agree, great deal! The old Craftsman I have sucks!!
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#60
there are so many variations of dewalt tools... 18v, 20v, 1.5Ah, 3.0Ah....

are the 1.5Ah and 3.0Ah batteries interchangeable in dewalt tools?


would the batteries in this kit work with this guy?
http://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DCF8...act+driver
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