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Let me tell u something about the black and decker matrix. I bought this one few years ago at home depot because I do random mini projects. I still currently use it and just buy the switchable heads rather than buying another tools (that was the point of me purchasing this). Funny how few months ago I went to home depot and looking for this matrix saw attachment... the salesman told me that they do not sell black and decker brand because its a piece of crap. Also he said why would I purchase black and decker when there are a Lot of way better brand tools that they carry... for his information, I'm not trying to build a house, it's just for my mini project and it's cheaper and saves me a lot of tool space.. and mine still works until now. Like I said it's good for mini projects or few little of home improvements.
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I work maintenance for an apartment community and have been using my matrix every day for several years and it has been awesome! Have a small bag in my golf cart that hold a ton of the heads and not a week goes by when I'm not using the air pump for a resident or the trim saw or any of the other heads. Brilliant for 95% of users.
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They are probably price matching Target (which would be 5% cheaper with Redcard discount).

https://www.target.com/p/black-de...A-14942391


Edit: Target is now out of stock and Amazon's price has gone up.
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Why the thumbs down? thanks OP
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Let me tell u something about the black and decker matrix. I bought this one few years ago at home depot because I do random mini projects. I still currently use it and just buy the switchable heads rather than buying another tools (that was the point of me purchasing this). Funny how few months ago I went to home depot and looking for this matrix saw attachment... the salesman told me that they do not sell black and decker brand because its a piece of crap. Also he said why would I purchase black and decker when there are a Lot of way better brand tools that they carry... for his information, I'm not trying to build a house, it's just for my mini project and it's cheaper and saves me a lot of tool space.. and mine still works until now. Like I said it's good for mini projects or few little of home improvements.
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Why the thumbs down? thanks OP
It's because people think black and decker brand is a piece of crap.
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These fit the craftsman drill too
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Can this be used to drill into concrete/brick? Can the cordless version used for the same purpose?
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Let me tell u something about the black and decker matrix. I bought this one few years ago at home depot because I do random mini projects. I still currently use it and just buy the switchable heads rather than buying another tools (that was the point of me purchasing this). Funny how few months ago I went to home depot and looking for this matrix saw attachment... the salesman told me that they do not sell black and decker brand because its a piece of crap. Also he said why would I purchase black and decker when there are a Lot of way better brand tools that they carry... for his information, I'm not trying to build a house, it's just for my mini project and it's cheaper and saves me a lot of tool space.. and mine still works until now. Like I said it's good for mini projects or few little of home improvements.
I work maintenance for an apartment community and have been using my matrix every day for several years and it has been awesome! Have a small bag in my golf cart that hold a ton of the heads and not a week goes by when I'm not using the air pump for a resident or the trim saw or any of the other heads. Brilliant for 95% of users.
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Can this be used to drill into concrete/brick? Can the cordless version used for the same purpose?
4amps is plenty
just make sure you buy drill bits rated for masonry work (most can)
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Can this be used to drill into concrete/brick? Can the cordless version used for the same purpose?
You should get a hammer drill for that. Even with a proper masonry bit, this drill will take forever and create a lot of heat, dulling the bit really quickly. A hammer drill punches the bit forward as it spins which really helps to pulverize the masonry, resulting in a pretty quick hole with minimal dulling of the bit.

I believe that there is an impact driver attachment for this tool, but don't confuse its rotational impacts (for driving screws) with the fore and aft hammering of a hammer drill.
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You should get a hammer drill for that. Even with a proper masonry bit, this drill will take forever and create a lot of heat, dulling the bit really quickly. A hammer drill punches the bit forward as it spins which really helps to pulverize the masonry, resulting in a pretty quick hole with minimal dulling of the bit.

I believe that there is an impact driver attachment for this tool, but don't confuse its rotational impacts (for driving screws) with the fore and aft hammering of a hammer drill.
I have the hammer drill head for this, though I have never tried it.
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These will be cheap because they are no longer made and the attachments are not really sold anymore. Amazon probably has some and eBay, but no tool stores carry the attachments.
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Brushless and clutch? Lol.

Probably way more powerful than any cordless drill including Milwaukee, etc, right?
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These will be cheap because they are no longer made and the attachments are not really sold anymore. Amazon probably has some and eBay, but no tool stores carry the attachments.
What attachments? Looks like a standard adjustable drill chuck to me.
Edit: nvmd. I see what you mean by if someone only needs a drill, seems like a great deal for about $20.
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