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Purchase a select DeWalt 60 volt Flexvolt tool kit and receive one 20 volt, bare tool for free - Starts at $379 Free shipping

overfedexed 451 48 August 5, 2016 at 07:39 PM in Tool Sets (7) More CPO Outlets Deals
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Last Edited by TattyBear August 6, 2016 at 06:07 AM
I'm waiting on these new Dewalt cordless Flexvolt tools to come out (August 23rd) and I spotted this deal.
Buy one of these select kits and receive your choice of a bare tool free!
There are four 60 volt flexvolt qualifying kits to choose from ($379 to $429) and five 20 volt bare tools ($109 to $269) to pick from for your freebie. Click on "See all offers" under the price, then click on "Details" under the free tool offer.
http://www.cpooutlets.com/DEW-GWP...lt,sc.html

The tools are really expensive, but this new 60/20 volt system looks pretty cool. The 60 volt Flexvolt battery is backwards compatible with the Dewalt 20 volt tools too. Also, I guess that I could pick one of the more expensive freebie tools and sell on eBay to recoup some of my money.

If I'm going to spend $379 on this reciprocating saw kit http://www.cpooutlets.com/dewalt-...t-flexvolt (pictured below) I'm going to get me a free tool out of the deal. http://www.cpooutlets.com/dewalt-...lt,pd.html Also pictured below.

Free shipping and CPO outlets is a reputable place that I've purchased from before so.....Hurry up August 23rd.
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Would jump on it if the free tools were 60v. I suspect we'll see that sort of deal around Xmas.
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Last edited by addex.inc August 6, 2016 at 07:07 AM
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so tempting. my power tools are split mostly Dewalt and some Milwaukee. the only Dewalt free 20v tool I'd need happens to be the most expensive (and most bang for your buck). I could replace my Milwaukee reciprocating saw with the 60v one and then sell the Milwaukee, since it's still unused... hmm.

this seems like a pretty damn good deal
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I wonder what happens if you cancel your order before it ships and you've already received your free gift.
if I was the seller and you did that, I would exchange the $370ish you paid for the kit for the price of the bare tool and refund you the difference. then when you complained, I would refund the cost of the bare tool after you paid to have it shipped back.

don't be a dick...
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Still crazy expensive... If your jobsite has electricity, don't see why you wouldn't stick with the lightweight corded version of these "heavy duty" framing tools. Otherwise, use your generator.
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Still crazy expensive... If your jobsite has electricity, don't see why you wouldn't stick with the lightweight corded version of these "heavy duty" framing tools. Otherwise, use your generator.
Working construction for years as an electrician... I will never go back to corded tools... You must not have worked construction because it is no where near as simple as you put it.
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Not sure if there will be a better deal out there if you wait. I was going to hold out for Home Depots $150 promo in November but I may have to bite. Thanks OP.......expensive but a great value!
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I got my Dewalt hammer drill and impact drill for total $200 included tax from Sears recently...can't beat the savings and discount...thanks for posting,
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Working construction for years as an electrician... I will never go back to corded tools... You must not have worked construction because it is no where near as simple as you put it.
I work for the U. S. Postal Service and I do Field maintenance on all of our equipment. Most of it is remotely located, so cordless is my friend.
I do have a power inverter, but it's not built in, so it's a pain to set up. I have many quick jobs, so these tools really work for me.

The PO will buy all of my tools, but unless you're great friends with Maintenance control, you won't get this good stuff. Also, I have to buy two of everything, so that I don't have to bring them home every day or weekend.
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Quote from 77Ford View Post :
Not sure if there will be a better deal out there if you wait. I was going to hold out for Home Depots $150 promo in November but I may have to bite. Thanks OP.......expensive but a great value!
What's the HD $150 Nov. promo please?
Maybe I will wait on purchasing my second set, but I know that once I use these Flexvolt tools at work, I'll want them at home too.

Maybe if I start playing golf with my boss.......bounce
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Quote from 77Ford View Post :
Not sure if there will be a better deal out there if you wait. I was going to hold out for Home Depots $150 promo in November but I may have to bite. Thanks OP.......expensive but a great value!
what's that $150 promo?
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Quote from mika_d27 View Post :
what's that $150 promo?
Maybe similar to this from last year, but with Flexvolt in the mix?
http://toolguyd.com/home-depot-co...eal-h2015/
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Last edited by overfedexed August 6, 2016 at 06:53 AM
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Still crazy expensive... If your jobsite has electricity, don't see why you wouldn't stick with the lightweight corded version of these "heavy duty" framing tools. Otherwise, use your generator.
Nothing like holding a wall cabinet up with one arm, and wrestling a drill's cord with the other.

There are many situations where corded tools are better (usually with repeatedly used saws) but cordless has a solidified place as well.
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if I was the seller and you did that, I would exchange the $370ish you paid for the kit for the price of the bare tool and refund you the difference. then when you complained, I would refund the cost of the bare tool after you paid to have it shipped back.

don't be a dick...
it's cpo, you can't just cancel an order like you would on Amazon. every thing customer service related with CPO is annoying. I bought a chainsaw that didn't work and I had to call them(only option) and get grilled about what was wrong with the chainsaw(like I built it and I know which part(s) failed. I said "I opened it, and it's a dud!" and the guy was like well I guess just this one time I can approve your return but it will be noted in your account history....last time I ever deal with cpo .it's a shame bc the do have good deals all the time.
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