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DeWalt Tools: DeWalt DCD771C2 20V Max Drill Driver Kit + 20V Max XR Impact Driver $169, DeWalt DCB609 20V/60V Max Flexvolt 9.0Ah Battery w/ Charger $149 & More + Free Shipping

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The impact driver kit is not a bad price, although not super slick either. It doesnt say whether the compact drill is brushless, so I am assuming this is brushed. Brushed drill/drivers have been pretty cheap nowadays. It IS nice that you are getting a battery and charger. but The battery is only 1.3 ah.

I will say if you are looking to start having cordless tools so you don't have any batteries yet AND you were looking for an impact driver, then this is a good deal. But if you already have better batteries, you would probably be better off waiting for a better deal. Just remember that brushed tools have been pretty cheap and even brushless drivers have been decreasing in price lately.
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Not sure about the battery, but the drill/driver and miter are quite meh. You can get same or similar models for cheaper from Lowe's with promo codes or discounted GCs.
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Is this a good deal on the miter saw? I don't currently own one, but would love to get one that I won't have to replace for a long time.
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If anybody needed a battery,they should've just bought the saw for $89 the other day.....150 is still too high and not really a deal.
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If anybody needed a battery,they should've just bought the saw for $89 the other day.....150 is still too high and not really a deal.
Would've loved to buy that deal, really needed it, I went all over trying to get it. But lots of people never got the alert for that deal until like 15 hours into it.. which is why I missed it. Nobody was thumbs upping the deal, so that they had a chance to go get one before everyone else did. Most people's deal alerts are set at the default to alert after 2 thumbs up. I made sure that won't happen again
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I don't think the drill/driver combo is that great of a deal. Yes, normally the drill w/batteries goes for $100, so you're effectively getting the impact driver for $70. However, the batteries are only 1.3 Ah, and the drill is pretty much the lowest level 20v drill dewalt is making. They've actually come out with a brushless version (which is also $100) that's suppose to be better, but this kit is the brushed version. In my opinion, the previous deal with the brushless XR drill/driver combo was a much better deal. That one came with two 2 Ah batteries and was only $17 more. (https://slickdeals.net/f/10363880-dewalt-dck283d2-max-xr-lithium-ion-brushless-compact-drill-driver-and-impact-driver-combo-kit-20v-186)
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Just sharing for those looking at DeWalt tools. I noticed that the DCK299D1T1 kits are going for about $270 - $285 new on eBay. This includes the top of the line XR series impact drill and driver which are made in the USA of glabal components. The impact drill can be used as a regular drill so getting it gives you the option to drill into concrete. The kit comes with two batteries and one is a 5 Ah 20/60v type which should easily net $100+ on eBay if you don't need that variety (both tools in the kit are 20v) or keep it for really long runtime. For a little work, you can get their best tools for about the same price (less one battery). I believe the other battery in the kit was a 2 Ah 20v.
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If anybody needed a battery,they should've just bought the saw for $89 the other day.....150 is still too high and not really a deal.
Yup..
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Just sharing for those looking at DeWalt tools. I noticed that the DCK299D1T1 kits are going for about $270 - $285 new on eBay. This includes the top of the line XR series impact drill and driver which are made in the USA of glabal components. The impact drill can be used as a regular drill so getting it gives you the option to drill into concrete. The kit comes with two batteries and one is a 5 Ah 20/60v type which should easily net $100+ on eBay if you don't need that variety (both tools in the kit are 20v) or keep it for really long runtime. For a little work, you can get their best tools for about the same price (less one battery). I believe the other battery in the kit was a 2 Ah 20v.
The impact can be used as a regular drill for concrete?!? Common sense would say put a masonry bit in the actual drill with hammer mode for concrete.

Also that 6.0 flexvolt will only get you $60 after fees on eBay. This 9.0 battery is still averaging $110-120.
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anyone know why people think dewalt cordless tools are all meh now?
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anyone know why people think dewalt cordless tools are all meh now?
Interested in an answer also
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anyone know why people think dewalt cordless tools are all meh now?
It might have something to do with them being owned by Stanley Black&Decker, but I wouldn't say that they are meh as their high end tools are pretty solid. However there is a wide range of quality levels in their tool offerings and there is plenty of decent competition from other manufacturers at each price point.
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