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Promoted 04-21-2016 by persian_mafia at 08:42 PM View Original Post
CPO Outlets via eBay has DeWalt 20V Max Li-Ion Brushless Premium Hammer Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (DCK296M2) on sale for $239.99 (price shown in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks bluking
Includes:
  • 20v max cordless lithium-ion premium 3-speed hammer drill - dcd995
  • 20v max cordless lithium-ion 1/4 in. Impact driver - dcf886
  • (2) 20v max xr 4.0 ah premium lithium-ion batteries
  • Fast charger
  • (2) belt hook
  • On-board bit holder
  • 360 side handle
  • Contractor bag

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Written by persian_mafia

Be sure to checkout the customer reviews on Amazon that ranked this product with a 4.7 out of 5 star rating. ~persian_mafia

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#3
Wow and it includes 2x 4ah batteries which are worth it's weight in gold. I believe there is newer version on the impact now. I am just tempted to buy for sake of batteries and flip out impact and Hammerdrill as I have the DCK281D2 or similar brushless with 2ah batteries.

FP material if you ask for the price. Brushless is incredible.
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#4
Insane deal! I'll be returning the drill and impact combo with two 2.0 batteries to Amazon. I tested them side by side at Home Depot and the hammer drill is definitely a little heavier and is longer than the drill. That said, these batteries alone retail for nearly $200. If you're on the fence get it and sell it for more than you paid for it if you decide against it later.
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I forgot to mention, in case you don't know, the hammer drill has three speeds - hammer drill, driver and drilling (without the hammer function). I plan to use it primarily as a drill/driver and occasionally as a hammer drill.
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just got DCK281D2 a few days ago. must resist ...
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Strictly just talking batteries, not power, torque, ergonomics, etc.
How many recharges do the Dewalt batteries last?
A salesman said you get more recycles out of Milwaukee. I'm wondering if he was just pushing product.
Any comparisons out there?
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just got DCK281D2 a few days ago. must resist ...
Yeah, I couldn't!
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In for 1. Thanks OP.
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Quote from robertnyc View Post :
Strictly just talking batteries, not power, torque, ergonomics, etc.
How many recharges do the Dewalt batteries last?
A salesman said you get more recycles out of Milwaukee. I'm wondering if he was just pushing product.
Any comparisons out there?
Lithium ion batteries last ~1000 recharges from pretty much all the reputable bulk manufacturers, which I would assume Dewalt uses one of them. I would take that comment with a grain of salt. Don't get me wrong, Milwaukee makes great products, but I don't think the battery is going to be the thing that pushes it over the edge of buying Milwaukee vs Dewalt.
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Quote from robertnyc View Post :
Strictly just talking batteries, not power, torque, ergonomics, etc.
How many recharges do the Dewalt batteries last?
A salesman said you get more recycles out of Milwaukee. I'm wondering if he was just pushing product.
Any comparisons out there?
Internally all major manufacturers use the same quality cells but the Lithium Ion technology says you can get 400-500 recharges before you lose about 1/3 to 1/2 capacity. Of course this can vary depending how hard you push the cell, how they are stored, and just plain luck from manufacturing.

Go figure this sale shows up just as I traded up my DeWalt kit for another brand FML....
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Last edited by Chi88 April 21, 2016 at 08:53 PM
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I was about to bite on $350 for the DCK296P2 a week or so ago because I needed some 5ah batteries for the lawn tools but 4ah for $110 cheaper is a steal. Hell I can even buy another 2 pack of 5ah batteries with the savings if I wanted lol. Thanks op!
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#13
would this be the brushless??
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#14
I totally don't need this.
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would this be the brushless??
Not the brushless. Still amazing..
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