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Last Edited by annie930ny June 16, 2016 at 09:37 AM
Black & Decker BDCDMT1206KITC Matrix 6 Tool Combo Kit with Case [amazon.com]: $150

Matrix Quick Connect system allows quick and easy change of a variety of attachments
Powerful 20V MAX motor for the performance needed to complete DIY activities
The lithium-ion battery is always ready and holds a charge of up to 18 months
Kit includes drill, sander, jig saw, oscillating tool, router, and impact driver attachments


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From May 15 through June 19th, get an extra $10 off at checkout on select Black+Decker orders of $50 or more when shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Terms and conditions apply

so net price should be $140 which is the lowest per CCC
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#3
$10 off is not appearing, but good deal nonetheless....
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lowest price found online...+$40 savings...great gift for Dad (or me)!
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$150 for 6 tools... no brainer for Father's Day!
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Did I read it's 6 hour charging time for the battery? May be worth it to buy a bigger battery and charger.
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Hopefully they've improved upon these...

I work in procurement and manage supplies for ~6,000 people. ~4 years ago, we purchased some 18v B&D string trimmers. None of them lasted over a season before the batteries started crapping out.

I also work PT at the HD. I've begged folks not to buy B&D for the same reason. (usually they listen) I've also spoken with customers that had B&D drills (etc) that have shared the same story.

Do what you will with this information. (had a couple of folks have positive feedback about B&D, but that's only been with the 40v tools)
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I've been looking at this for a while and finally pulled the trigger. I'm also not seeing the $10 off, but it's still a good deal. If I'm correct, this kit contains all the Matrix attachments except for the shrub trimmer, trim saw, reciprocating saw, inflator, and hammer drill.

Don't forget, Craftsman Bolt-On attachments also work with Matrix.

Now I just need to clean out the garage and get rid of every tool this will be replacing.
Quote from man00 View Post :
Did I read it's 6 hour charging time for the battery? May be worth it to buy a bigger battery and charger.
Or get more batteries. Through various deals over the past six months I've picked up quite a few of the B+D 20v tools and I'm up to six batteries so far - seven including the one with this kit.

There's also a corded model of the Matrix drill for ~$35 which could be handy - https://www.amazon.com/Black-Deck...B0094B9BHE

Quote from zooner View Post :
Hopefully they've improved upon these...

I work in procurement and manage supplies for ~6,000 people. ~4 years ago, we purchased some 18v B&D string trimmers. None of them lasted over a season before the batteries started crapping out.

I also work PT at the HD. I've begged folks not to buy B&D for the same reason. (usually they listen) I've also spoken with customers that had B&D drills (etc) that have shared the same story.

Do what you will with this information. (had a couple of folks have positive feedback about B&D, but that's only been with the 40v tools)
I bought the 18v trimmer a few years ago just to get the extra batteries for my drill. My wife ended up using it more than I thought either of us would and it's held up great.
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Last edited by morpheus282 June 16, 2016 at 06:40 AM
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Quote from zooner View Post :
Hopefully they've improved upon these...

I work in procurement and manage supplies for ~6,000 people. ~4 years ago, we purchased some 18v B&D string trimmers. None of them lasted over a season before the batteries started crapping out.

I also work PT at the HD. I've begged folks not to buy B&D for the same reason. (usually they listen) I've also spoken with customers that had B&D drills (etc) that have shared the same story.

Do what you will with this information. (had a couple of folks have positive feedback about B&D, but that's only been with the 40v tools)
Black and Decker is not pro/comerical/industrial strength. I buy them as their cheap and only use them occasionally. If you need something that takes abuse, you need to upgrade :-) Just fyi, some of us don't need a $250 drill we only use once a week, and will replace in 5 or 10 years.
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Quote from Snake98 View Post :
Black and Decker is not pro/comerical/industrial strength. I buy them as their cheap and only use them occasionally. If you need something that takes abuse, you need to upgrade :-) Just fyi, some of us don't need a $250 drill we only use once a week, and will replace in 5 or 10 years.
I agree. I'd like to purchase Ryobi, Dewalt, Porter-Cable, etc. since I know they're usually higher quality, but the B+D tools do fine for my needs at half the price.
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Quote from zooner View Post :
Hopefully they've improved upon these...

I work in procurement and manage supplies for ~6,000 people. ~4 years ago, we purchased some 18v B&D string trimmers. None of them lasted over a season before the batteries started crapping out.

I also work PT at the HD. I've begged folks not to buy B&D for the same reason. (usually they listen) I've also spoken with customers that had B&D drills (etc) that have shared the same story.

Do what you will with this information. (had a couple of folks have positive feedback about B&D, but that's only been with the 40v tools)
Granted, the 18v system you mentioned has left much to be desired but switching to 20v lithium has made all the difference in the world both in terms of battery performance and build quality. Fwiw, I have many of the tools in both systems, including all of the 20v matrix and find them just plain terrific for the diy homeowner, far surpassing the 18v nicd.
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#12
Is there a corded version for this that will also accept the attachments?
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Is there a corded version for this that will also accept the attachments?
https://www.amazon.com/Black-Deck...B0094B9BHE
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wish i could get just the case...i have all of these already - finished the basement recently with this product. I highly recommend for the diy-er
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#15
I was going to pick this up, but after digging around a bit I noticed that the motor in the base unit maxes out at 800rpm. Most other entry level drills hit at least 1400rpm.
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