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Amazon.com is offering $25 Off $100+ DeWalt Tools & Accessories valid on items shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Discount will be reflected at final checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks RedemptionRVA

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-Until December 24 2017, when you spend $100 on select DEWALT products, get $25 off when shipped and sold by Amazon. Exclusions apply. See discount when items are in cart.
-Offer expires at 11:59 p.m. (PT) 12/24/2017.
-Offer only applies to products sold by Amazon.com or Amazon Digital Services LLC

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Doesn't seem like a bad deal for the 20v Max hedge trimmer, 4.9/5 average on 328 reviews. $104 + tax.
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Doesn't seem like a bad deal for the 20v Max hedge trimmer, 4.9/5 average on 328 reviews. $104 + tax.
Comes out to $89 before tax for me if you clip the 15% off ($15 max) coupon. I'm debating between the 20v vs the 40v hedge trimmer. I'd rather have the 40v hedge trimmer but don't know if I could justify the cost, extra weight, and different battery ecosystem vs that $89 20v trimmer which I already have a couple of batteries. Decisions, decisions.
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Comes out to $89 before tax for me if you clip the 15% off ($15 max) coupon. I'm debating between the 20v vs the 40v hedge trimmer. I'd rather have the 40v hedge trimmer but don't know if I could justify the cost, extra weight, and different battery ecosystem vs that $89 20v trimmer which I already have a couple of batteries. Decisions, decisions.
That's even better, thanks for sharing. How are you getting that 15%? I don't see anything on the product page to clip a coupon.
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That's even better, thanks for sharing. How are you getting that 15%? I don't see anything on the product page to clip a coupon.
There's a coupon link underneath the price in green. I added a picture of it at the bottom. Are you browsing through your phone? If its not there, try loading as a full site and not mobile or on your desktop. I know sometimes promotions won't show up on mobile sites.
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There's a coupon link underneath the price in green. I added a picture of it at the bottom. Are you browsing through your phone? If its not there, try loading as a full site and not mobile or on your desktop. I know sometimes promotions won't show up on mobile sites.
You must be an Amazon VIP because I could not see it. I've tried Chrome and IE. I ended up talking to CS and they could not see it in their system, so they had to go to the Amazon.com webpage to see it (where I couldn't). They just gave me a $15 credit after having to cancel/reorder.
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Comes out to $89 before tax for me if you clip the 15% off ($15 max) coupon. I'm debating between the 20v vs the 40v hedge trimmer. I'd rather have the 40v hedge trimmer but don't know if I could justify the cost, extra weight, and different battery ecosystem vs that $89 20v trimmer which I already have a couple of batteries. Decisions, decisions.
There is a 60v FlexVolt hedge trimmer. You still can't use your existing batteries, but any new 60v battery you get will work with your 20v stuff.

Edit: I was incorrect. There is no 60v hedge trimmer. I was thinking of the 60v string trimmer.
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There is a 60v FlexVolt hedge trimmer. You still can't use your existing batteries, but any new 60v battery you get will work with your 20v stuff.
60v Flexvolt Hedge Trimmer? They only have chainsaw, blower, and string trimmer specifically designed for the Flexvolt System with their Flexvolt batteries. Unless you meant to say that the 60v Flexvolt batteries work on all the 20v tools. They are backwards compatible and work with the 20v tools. Even in that case you would need to buy an extra battery (60v Flexvolt) with the 20v hedge trimmer. And at that price you might as well spend a little bit more and get the DCHT860M1 40v Hedge Trimmer that has a 40v 4.0aH battery included. DeWalt's 40v line is tailored more towards professionals and heavy duty use then compared to the 20v OPE even with a 60v battery. I appreciate the suggestion though.
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60v Flexvolt Hedge Trimmer? They only have chainsaw, blower, and string trimmer specifically designed for the Flexvolt System with their Flexvolt batteries. Unless you meant to say that the 60v Flexvolt batteries work on all the 20v tools. They are backwards compatible and work with the 20v tools. Even in that case you would need to buy an extra battery (60v Flexvolt) with the 20v hedge trimmer. And at that price you might as well spend a little bit more and get the DCHT860M1 40v Hedge Trimmer that has a 40v 4.0aH battery included. DeWalt's 40v line is tailored more towards professionals and heavy duty use then compared to the 20v OPE even with a 60v battery. I appreciate the suggestion though.
You got me. I was thinking of the string trimmer. Though, it seems like it's only a matter of time before they make 60v versions of their 40v tools.
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I need it get a drill. A basic handyman type drill for the house. Gonna have to install some cabinets pulls next month. Any suggestions?
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I need it get a drill. A basic handyman type drill for the house. Gonna have to install some cabinets pulls next month. Any suggestions?
You should look at what overall power tool system you'd want to buy into and also for a drill that's easy to handle. Makita has a subcompact 18v drill that I believe takes 1/2 drill bits. Milwaukee's 12v Fuel drill does as well. Otherwise for ease of handling I would look at 12v from Milwaukee, Makita, and Bosch (Bosch's 12v drill takes 3/8 inch drill bits though). Dewalt's 12v lineup is pretty dead. Also if you ever plan on drilling through concrete buy a rotary hammer just for that instead of buying a hammer drill.

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The oscillating tool for $82 is awesome! It's one of my favorite tools and I would buy it again for $129 if I had to. I bought a cheap sanding attachment in Amazon for it and it's been perfect for installing doors and undercutting jams.
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I need it get a drill. A basic handyman type drill for the house. Gonna have to install some cabinets pulls next month. Any suggestions?
DEWALT DCF887B 20V MAX XR Li-Ion Brushless 0.25" 3-Speed Impact Driver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0183RL...dAb21B2DPN

That's only the bare tool. You'd still need to get a battery, charger and impact bits
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