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DeWALT 5-Tool 20V MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit EXPIRED

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Promoted 04-20-2015 by Discombobulated at 06:47 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has DeWALT 5-Tool 20V MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit (DCK530DM2) on sale for $299. Shipping is free or select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks brisar

Includes
  • DeWALT 20V MAX Hammer Drill (DCD785)
  • DeWALT 20V MAX Impact Driver (DCF885)
  • DeWALT 20V MAX Reciprocating Saw (DCS381)
  • DeWALT 20V MAX Circular Saw (DCS393)
  • DeWALT 20V MAX LED Work Light (DCL040)

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Edited April 20, 2015 at 05:04 AM by lnfdeals
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5-Tool DeWALT 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit [homedepot.com]
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$299

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#4
from the picture, it seems that, combo kit comes with 2 battery. Does anyone know batteries' capacity?
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from the picture, it seems that, combo kit comes with 2 battery. Does anyone know batteries' capacity?
"M2" = 4.0ah battery

B = bare tool
D = 2.0ah
L = 3.0ah
M = 4.0ah
P = 5.0ah

ah = amp hours. Supposed to be the number hours the battery will supply one ampere of power. Meaning a battery with a capacity of 1 amp-hour should be able to continuously supply a current of 1 amp to a load for exactly 1 hour.. or 2 amps for 1/2 hour.. or 1/3 amp for 3 hours etc.. before becoming completely discharged.
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Last edited by Daekwan April 20, 2015 at 08:49 AM
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"M2" = (2) 4.0mah batteries I believe.

L = 1.5mah
D = 2.0mah
M = 4.0mah
P = 5.0mah

Not sure what letter means 3.0mah
mah = Milliamps Hour (mAh) The higher the mAh, the longer the battery will last.

You can google it or http://www.batteryspecialists.com/mah.htm
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I bought this around BF. It came with 2 1.5 ahr batteries. Lowes has the 4.0 ahr batteries 2 pack for $99. So I add them for the saws. Works great no complaints. If you break down the price of each tool its a no brainier for the price of the kit.
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I'm in the market for some new tools. I recently purchased a house and my g/f has a laundry list of things she wants to do around house (thanks pinterest) . I was looking at the brushless models of the drills, but not completely sold on them for the price / benefit for a casual user.

I have no doubt this set would work for the things we have planned, but since I have the means to get the other models separately, should I?
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Quote from mattd2173 View Post :
I'm in the market for some new tools. I recently purchased a house and my g/f has a laundry list of things she wants to do around house (thanks pinterest) . I was looking at the brushless models of the drills, but not completely sold on them for the price / benefit for a casual user.

I have no doubt this set would work for the things we have planned, but since I have the means to get the other models separately, should I?
As an average homeowner I am fairly certain these will do pretty much all that you need. Getting some 4.0mAh battery packs would be a good idea if you plan to use the saws quite a bit. The brushless stuff is definitely better, but not really necessary. Brushless tools are a pretty recent development, so all of the professional builders, carpenters, ect that you've seen with yellow DeWalt stuff in the past likely had brushed tools.
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I also purchased this on Black Friday. I was sent the circular saw but the rest of the order never came. I have the UPS premium service and was sent an email that said the box was not available to pick up at the HD distribution center. I called customer service numerous times. Each time they said they have 5 days to do an investigation but have not had time to look for it. That if an item is lost they have to have a complete investigation before the item can be resent. They never looked for it and said it was my responsibility to call UPS to find it. Finally I got an email after six weeks from HD saying they have had theft issues at their distribution center and I was to return the saw and reorder the product. When I called the CRS said the sale was over and it was not their fault I was going to have to pay $600 for the item. I reported fraud to my credit card company and HD did not respond to the charges. My CC gave me all my money back plus I was able to keep the saw. I talked to an executive from Lowes and a rep from Dewalt at the National Builders show and they ended up matching the deal for me.
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Quote from jimb30 View Post :
mah = Milliamps Hour (mAh) The higher the mAh, the longer the battery will last.

You can google it or http://www.batteryspecialists.com/mah.htm

Thats not what his question was. He wanted to know what the code in the model number is for 3.0 batteries.

I do not believe this comes with 4.0 batteries. I believe they are 2.0
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I bought this kit on Friday in store for $400 + tax. I needed to use it over the weekend though. Looks like if I wait 60 days I can get "price rewind" from my credit card if they find the lower price. Anyone have any other suggestions? I feel bad returning used toos, but Home Depot's website said they don't price match between the store and their website.
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Quote from mattd2173 View Post :
I'm in the market for some new tools. I recently purchased a house and my g/f has a laundry list of things she wants to do around house (thanks pinterest) . I was looking at the brushless models of the drills, but not completely sold on them for the price / benefit for a casual user.

I have no doubt this set would work for the things we have planned, but since I have the means to get the other models separately, should I?
As a DIYer these are far more than you will ever need. I just finished a 3 month master bathroom remodel with a 7 year old Craftsman drill. I upgraded to this DeWalt half way through the project and it's night and day. Honestly I'm probably going to sell the drill on eBay as the Impact Driver with a conversion chuck does anything I would need.

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I bought this kit on Friday in store for $400 + tax. I needed to use it over the weekend though. Looks like if I wait 60 days I can get "price rewind" from my credit card if they find the lower price. Anyone have any other suggestions? I feel bad returning used toos, but Home Depot's website said they don't price match between the store and their website.
They'll price match if you take the tools into the store. Tell them why and see if they'll match then. The store would rather eat the discount than lose the sale outright, especially power tools which have a high margin.
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Last edited by ChrisP8282 April 20, 2015 at 06:08 AM
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Quote from jimb30 View Post :
mah = Milliamps Hour (mAh) The higher the mAh, the longer the battery will last.

You can google it or http://www.batteryspecialists.com/mah.htm
Quote from dquigley View Post :
I bought this kit on Friday in store for $400 + tax. I needed to use it over the weekend though. Looks like if I wait 60 days I can get "price rewind" from my credit card if they find the lower price. Anyone have any other suggestions? I feel bad returning used toos, but Home Depot's website said they don't price match between the store and their website.
Buy a set online, have it shipped to home (free shipping). Take your receipt from the one you bought in store and return the new set.
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It does come with a hammer drill, so it is kind of a slick deal.
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