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2-piece Craftsman C3 19.2V Lithium-Ion Drill and Impact Driver Kit EXPIRED

Corwin 26,371 May 3, 2013 at 06:11 AM in Free Shipping (6) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 05-05-2013 at 06:04 AM View Original Post
Update: 10% off code is no longer valid

Sears has 2-piece Craftsman C3 19.2V Lithium-Ion Drill and Impact Driver Kit + $0.99 Filler Item for $100.76 - $15 off with promo code TOOL15 - 10% off with promo code SAVENOW = $85.89 for Craftsman Club Members (Join Free). Shipping is free. Thanks Corwin76

Note, the filler item is temporarily unavailable for shipping so you will need to pick it up in-store

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*You must be a Craftsman Club/Shop Your Way Rewards member (free memberships) and be signed into your account to be able to get this price*
Sears has the Craftsman C3 2-Piece Lithium-Ion Drill and Impact Driver Kit on sale for Craftsman Club members at $99.99 (Reg. $139.99), if you add a small tool filler item to reach $100 in your cart you can use TOOL15 for $15 off. SAVENOW may take 10% off the filler item depending on what it is, however it does not take 10% off the kit. Alternatively, SYWR members can use the code MEMBERS instead of SAVENOW to earn 20% back in points, but I'm guessing that would only apply to the screwdriver as well. I used a 4 way screwdriver as the filler example. With the screwdriver + kit in the cart and the codes applied the total should be $85.90. Example filler item:Product Description

This Craftsman C3 19.2-Volt 2-Piece Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Combo Kit includes (1) 1/2 in. Compact Lithium Drill, (1) Impact Driver, (1) C3 Compact Lithium Battery, and (1) Multi-Chemistry Charger. The 1/2 in. compact drill offers a lightweight, ergonomic design with a robust motor offering up to 340 in-lbs of torque when powered by the compact 19.2V Lithium Die-Hard battery. It is equipped with a 2-speed gear box and 24 position adjustable torque clutch. This Craftsman C3 19.2-Volt Impact driver includes a powerful motor that delivers Variable Speed (0 - 2500 rpm) which accommodates most of your drilling needs. The Impact mechanism produces up to 1,605 in. lbs* of torque with 0-3500 impacts per minute to easily drive long screws and lag bolts. The 1/4in metal Hex coupler allows the user to easily and quickly change bits. The built in LED light provides additional lighting to asset in dimly lighted areas. An ergonomic designed handle with over mold for user comfort.
  • Drill / Driver: ½-in Two Sleeve Keyless Chuck. 24-position Adjustable Torque Clutch with Overmold. 0-350 rpm High Torque Application. 0-1,400 rpm High Speed Application. Forward Reverse Switch. Over mold on handle. Ergonomically Designed for comfort. Light Weight, Compact Design. Screwdriver Bit is included.
  • Impact Driver: ¼-in Metal Hex Coupler. Variable Speed 0-2,500 rpm. 0-3,500 impacts per minute. Up to 1,605 in-lbs** of torque. Forward Reverse Switch. Built in LED light. Over mold on handle. Ergonomically Designed for comfort. Light Weight, Compact Design.
  • Compact Lithium-Ion Battery: Enhances performance of All C3 tools* with up to 20% more Runtime.* Up to 3X the charge cycles.* Holds Charge Up to 4 Times Longer*
  • Batteries / Charger: (1) C3 Compact Lithium Die-Hard Battery. (1) Multi-Chemistry Charger.
*When compared to 11375 Ni-Cd Batteries
**when used with the full size lithium-ion battery 00911374

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#76
Quote from polobrute View Post :
anyone think this NiCad battery is worth it, after SAVENOW or MEMBERS coupon:

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_1015...911375000P
I wouldn't waste my time or money on NiCad, especially since the Li-Ion is only $10 more.
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No more personal attacks...

Agree to disagree...discuss calmly or leave the thread and find something else to distract yourself.
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Quote from falconman515 View Post :
WOW

Get a Life Buddy! laugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loud

(You can tell this guy was beat up a lot as a kid! LOL)
Why am I not surprised by this response?

Seriously, how old are you? 10 years old? Let's be grown up here. This was a civilized debate. No need to get personal. Have some class.
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Quote from JV13 View Post :
You do know that this argument was pretty much BS to begin with right? Impact driver can
I was just stating my situation that none of those factors were affected. In fact, I actually used my neighbor's Dewalt impact driver that is rated for 1400 in-lb and it was able to easily remove my lug nut that was torqued down to 80 ft-lb easily. Therefore, the Craftsman C3 impact driver that was rated for 1600 in-lb I received was either over rated or defective, which was stated in my first post.



I actually tested the Dewalt impact driver on one of my lug nut that was torqued down a couple months ago and driven a couple thousand miles. It was able to remove it without any struggle. I mean, I even posted 2 different youtube videos with 2 different impact driver and they were able to remove a 110 ft-lb lug nut and a 100 ft-lb lug nut without any problem.
For the price of this kit are very decent price, but I rather spend a hundred more toward better brand(Milwaukee, Makita, Bosch, DeWalt, Ridgid, and other with laugh out loud better warranty & quality)

On the topic of impact driver:
I'm 100% agree with you about using the impact driver to loosen the lug nut worship and I really don't see the need to spend a $ 100 or more toward the impact wrench that likely be use few time per year nod
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Quote from JV13 View Post :
Why am I not surprised by this response?

Seriously, how old are you? 10 years old? Let's be grown up here. This was a civilized debate. No need to get personal. Have some class.
Read Shooby's reply above ... You just don't know when to stop do you.

I hope you get a time out for the reply.
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Quote from solara689 View Post :
For the price of this kit are very decent price, but I rather spend a hundred more toward better brand(Milwaukee, Makita, Bosch, DeWalt, Ridgid, and other with laugh out loud better warranty & quality)

On the topic of impact driver:
I'm 100% agree with you about using the impact driver to loosen the lug nut worship and I really don't see the need to spend a $ 100 or more toward the impact wrench that likely be use few time per year nod
I am planning to get a Dewalt set that comes with the drill and impact driver.

I agree. I would probably use the impact driver to loosen my lug nut once or twice a year. The main purpose of the impact driver I would use this for driving screws and lag screws.
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#82
I just graduated from the bosch 12v drill/driver after having to finish the last inch of several 2 inch lags with a socket wrench. I looked at this set REAL hard because of the price after all the rewards points and coupon codes but in the end I leaned more towards the big boys in the impact world.....Millwaukee, Dewalt, Bosch because of the better torq ratings. It may be a little overkill for but I ended up getting the Ridgid 18v X4 impact thats rated at 1750 in pounds. I should be able to drive my lags, hang my cabnets, build a future deck and rotate my tires LOL. With the combo: drill, impact, 2 lith ion batts and they even threw in a radio for my garage plus a liftime warranty for $199.99 - 20% harbor freight coupon - $8.00 discover card cash back = 151.99 which is only about $65 or $70 more than i would have spent on this sears deal. I guess it all depends on how much and what level of DIYing you have in the future. For me the brand rep + more realistic torq ratings and waranty were worth the extra $$
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I just graduated from the bosch 12v drill/driver after having to finish the last inch of several 2 inch lags with a socket wrench. I looked at this set REAL hard because of the price after all the rewards points and coupon codes but in the end I leaned more towards the big boys in the impact world.....Millwaukee, Dewalt, Bosch because of the better torq ratings. It may be a little overkill for but I ended up getting the Ridgid 18v X4 impact thats rated at 1750 in pounds. I should be able to drive my lags, hang my cabnets, build a future deck and rotate my tires LOL. With the combo: drill, impact, 2 lith ion batts and they even threw in a radio for my garage plus a liftime warranty for $199.99 - 20% harbor freight coupon - $8.00 discover card cash back = 151.99 which is only about $65 or $70 more than i would have spent on this sears deal. I guess it all depends on how much and what level of DIYing you have in the future. For me the brand rep + more realistic torq ratings and waranty were worth the extra $$
Good choice! I bought similar set w/ out the radio Big Grin my cost $179 - $ 50 off coupon = $ 129 plus tax!
Hurry & register, copy all receipt & forms for record, and send it in and wait about 2 to 3 month......LSA!
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Quote from brnbch View Post :
I just graduated from the bosch 12v drill/driver after having to finish the last inch of several 2 inch lags with a socket wrench. I looked at this set REAL hard because of the price after all the rewards points and coupon codes but in the end I leaned more towards the big boys in the impact world.....Millwaukee, Dewalt, Bosch because of the better torq ratings. It may be a little overkill for but I ended up getting the Ridgid 18v X4 impact thats rated at 1750 in pounds. I should be able to drive my lags, hang my cabnets, build a future deck and rotate my tires LOL. With the combo: drill, impact, 2 lith ion batts and they even threw in a radio for my garage plus a liftime warranty for $199.99 - 20% harbor freight coupon - $8.00 discover card cash back = 151.99 which is only about $65 or $70 more than i would have spent on this sears deal. I guess it all depends on how much and what level of DIYing you have in the future. For me the brand rep + more realistic torq ratings and waranty were worth the extra $$
Did you get your Ridgid tools at Home Depot or somewhere like Grainger? I didn't know HD would honor HF coupons. If so, I can't believe I wasn't aware of this and hadn't thought about it before. Thanks for the head's up.
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