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Dewalt 12V MAX Li-ion 4-Tool Combo Kit (DCK413S2) EXPIRED

Jassack04 174 January 30, 2013 at 07:07 AM in Home & Home Improvement (9) More ACME Tools Deals
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Promoted 01-30-2013 at 09:30 AM View Original Post
AcmeTools.com has Dewalt 12V MAX Li-ion 4-Tool Combo Kit (DCK413S2) on sale for $229 - 10% w/ promotional code SCORE10 = $206 with free shipping. Thanks Jassack04

Price Research: Our research indicates that this Dewalt 12V MAX* Li-ion 4-Tool Combo Kit (DCK413S2) is $73 lower (26% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $279. - brisar

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Edited January 30, 2013 at 08:10 AM by Jassack04
Acme Tools has the Dewalt 4 tool Li-Ion combo kit on sale for $229.
http://www.acmetools.com/tools/DE...+Combo+Kit

This is already a pretty amazing price for the Dewalt 4 tool set (MSRP is > $500, but most places was approx $300). Use coupon code SCORE10 for an additional 10% off, and orders over $199 ship free brings this to $206.10 (+tax for MN, IA, or ND, and prob some others I'm missing).

Includes:
DCD710 12 V MAX* 3/8 In. drill/driver features two speed transmission (0-400 / 0-1,500)
DCS310 12 V MAX* pivot recip saw utilizes 3-position pivot handle for making difficult cuts in confined spaces
DCF815 12 V MAX* 1/4 In. impact driver features 3 LED lights to provide visibility without shadows
DCL510 LED work light delivers 510 lm and hands free usage

2 Batteries also included with storage bag.

Product Specifications:
Accessories Included Yes
Acme Tools Part Number DCK413S2
Acme Tools Vendor Number B600
Assembled Weight (lbs) 11.5
Battery Ampere-hour (Ah) 1.3
Battery Voltage 12
CSA Certified No
Case Included Yes
Charge Time (hrs) 1
Charger Included Yes
Color / Finish yellow/black
Cordless / Corded Cordless
Country of Origin CHN
Description Of Tools DCD710 3/8 In. drill/driver, DCF815 1/4 In. impact driver, DCS310 pivot Recip saw, DCL510 LED work light
ETL Listed No
Internet Product Code (IPC) 0FFC58A1080
Keyless / Keyed Blade Change Keyless
Number of Batteries Included 2
Number of Tools Included 4
Package Contents (1) DCD710 3/8 In. drill/driver, DCF815 1/4 In. impact driver, DCS310 pivot Recip saw, DCL510 LED work light, (2) 12 V MAX* Li-Ion batteries, fast charger, bit tip, (2) belt hooks, (1) 4 In. 6 tpi wood cutting Recip blade, kit
Package Contents (2) bag, (1) 4 In. 18 tpi metal cutting Recip blade
Package Weight 11.5
Powered Tool Power Source Electric - Cordless
Tool Specifications (1) DCD710 12 V MAX* 3/8 In. drill/driver features two speed transmission (0-400 / 0-1,500), DCS310 12 V MAX* pivot Recip saw utilizes 3-position pivot handle for making difficult cuts in confined spaces, DCF815 12 V MAX* 1/4
Tool Specifications (2) In. impact driver features 3 LED lights to provide visibility without shadows,
Tool Storage Bag
UL Listed No
Warranty 3 year limited warranty/90 day money back guarantee/1 year free service contract

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#31
Quote from cheetos316 View Post :
I have the 12V Makita impact driver and drill and find that it is powerful enough for all of my needs. However, I've never used a 12V reciprocating saw before. Is that powerful enough for most applications? I would think that for a saw, I would rather go with 18V.
Saws like this are really "accessory" saws. You use them for doing something small, like cutting a small diameter pipe, or notching a 2x4, or in tight spaces where a normal reciprocating saw can't get..

If you try to run one of these 12v reciprocating saws like an 18v or corded recip. saw, you're going to have a bad time.
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#32
I have to have 18 volt with how much I need the extra power (electrician)

For someone who 12v will do fine for this is a good deal.
At my shop we have about 25 sets of 18v Dewalt drills/ saw-zall, impacts, lights all using dewalt even a mini vacuum which is really nice.


The only problem with Dewalt is after about 2 years you will need a new battery especially if you use them heavily and keep your drills with batteries in your truck and it gets hot/cold all the time, not too terrible though but its cheaper to buy a new set with the batteries.
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Quote from truebizz View Post :
My experience with the coupon at Home Depot is that just watch the card apply there barcode at the register and hand me back the coupon. So i don't have to do the online signup thing. BUT YMMV.
My local post office doesn't have mover packets anymore.
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#34
Quote from cheetos316 View Post :
I have the 12V Makita impact driver and drill and find that it is powerful enough for all of my needs. However, I've never used a 12V reciprocating saw before. Is that powerful enough for most applications? I would think that for a saw, I would rather go with 18V.
I think it likely has some niche applications like BigJ2078 mentioned. I think if you were going to use a recip for any extended period of time it make sense to just use a corded. But, in many cases this will get the job done when you only have a couple of cuts to make. Even with an 18v recip, the power difference between it and a corded one is huge.
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#35
Price showing $279 for me, DEAD?
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#36
I have the 12v max 1/4 drill/driver and it is an outstanding piece of equipment. Strongly recommend it.
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Price showing $279 for me, DEAD?
that's what i'm seeing too. noooooo..
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#38
Damn, I was just checking information of it ....
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Quote from Infinitefx View Post :
Price showing $279 for me, DEAD?
Yeah, sorry, looks that way now.
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#40
Quote from Thomas21 View Post :
I have to have 18 volt with how much I need the extra power (electrician)

For someone who 12v will do fine for this is a good deal.
At my shop we have about 25 sets of 18v Dewalt drills/ saw-zall, impacts, lights all using dewalt even a mini vacuum which is really nice.


The only problem with Dewalt is after about 2 years you will need a new battery especially if you use them heavily and keep your drills with batteries in your truck and it gets hot/cold all the time, not too terrible though but its cheaper to buy a new set with the batteries.
This is misleading. Li-ion batteries don't lose capacity with discharges. Even if you never use the battery and it sits on the shelf you'll need a new one after a few years
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#41
Quote from Thomas21 View Post :
I have to have 18 volt with how much I need the extra power (electrician)

For someone who 12v will do fine for this is a good deal.
At my shop we have about 25 sets of 18v Dewalt drills/ saw-zall, impacts, lights all using dewalt even a mini vacuum which is really nice.


The only problem with Dewalt is after about 2 years you will need a new battery especially if you use them heavily and keep your drills with batteries in your truck and it gets hot/cold all the time, not too terrible though but its cheaper to buy a new set with the batteries.
Yea the 18v batteries tend to last about 1-2 years for me too. Rather than buying new sets I've been rebuilding the battery packs with SubC NiCD or NiMH cells off ebay. So far the packs rebuilt with NiCD seem to outlast the ones with NiMH. The NiCD are cheaper too. Generally about $25 shipped for 15 cells, which rebuilds one battery. Soldering them all together is a PITA though Smilie
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#42
Dead for me!

Think I'll just visit their sister company and see if they have a sale on any safes or ball bearings and magnets!
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#43
Dead....

Dead.... Dead....
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#44
Quote from dmasjz45 View Post :
This is misleading. Li-ion batteries don't lose capacity with discharges. Even if you never use the battery and it sits on the shelf you'll need a new one after a few years
I didn't say they lose capacity with discharging.
But they do with charging. Most cells charge to 4.20V/cell with a tolerance of +/–50mV/cell. Higher voltages could increase the capacity, but the resulting cell oxidation would reduce service life. Hence charging a battery above it's tolerance will happen with a dewalt speed charger shortening it's life but at the same time giving you the extra juice as fast as possible when on the job.
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#45
Quote from AfterSh0ck View Post :
Yea the 18v batteries tend to last about 1-2 years for me too. Rather than buying new sets I've been rebuilding the battery packs with SubC NiCD or NiMH cells off ebay. So far the packs rebuilt with NiCD seem to outlast the ones with NiMH. The NiCD are cheaper too. Generally about $25 shipped for 15 cells, which rebuilds one battery. Soldering them all together is a PITA though Smilie
I always think I am going to rebuild mine, but then a 2 pack of new batteries goes on sale for $80. Big Grin

I take care of my tools, so I have several batteries that look fairly new, but wont hold a charge. Frown

This was a good deal as well. I picked up the 20v drill with the 12v drill combo back at Christmas from Home Depot for $169. I now use the smaller (and lighter) 12 v for most things.
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