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Dewalt 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit w/ Rolling Toolbox

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Home Depot has Dewalt 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit w/ Rolling Toolbox (DCKTS780D2M1) for $499. Shipping is free. Thanks johnskins33

Includes:
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max XR Lithium Ion Compact Brushless 1/2" Hammerdrill (DCD796)
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion 1/4" Impact Driver (DCF885)
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Cordless Oscillating Multi-Tool (DCS355)
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion 4-1/2"/5'' Grinder (DCG412)
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max Li-Ion Reciprocating Saw (DCS381)
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max Lithium-Ion LED Worklight (DCL040)
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max 6-1/2 in. Circular Saw (DCS393)
  • 1x Dewalt 20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Battery Pack 4.0Ah (DCB204)
  • 2x Dewalt 20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Compact Battery Pack 2.0Ah (DCB203-2)
  • 1x 12-Volt to 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Battery Charger (DCB115)
  • 1x Dewalt ToughSystem Rolling Case
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Was looking on Home Depot for a combo tool kit set and came across this one which I think was a great deal. Also for anyone with a 10%coupon it would make it even better.

The DEWALT DCKTS780D1M2 is ideal for most cutting, grinding and fastening applications on the job site or at home. This combo kit features a hammer drill driver, impact driver, reciprocating saw, circular saw, grinder, oscillating tool and work light. The DCKTS780D1M2 is backed by a DEWALT 3-year limited warranty for added peace of mind.
DCD796 - high-speed transmission with 2-speed settings (0 RPM - 550 RPM/0 RPM - 2000 RPM) delivers up to 30% faster application speeds
DCS381 20-Volt MAX reciprocating saw with keyless blade clamp allows for quick blade change without touching blade or reciprocating shaft
DCF885 20-Volt MAX 1/4 in. impact driver LED lights have a 20-second delay to provide visibility without shadows
DCS393 20-Volt MAX 6-1/2 in. circular saw delivers capacity to cut 2X material at 90° and 45°
DCG412 - 7000 RPM motor provides significant power for cutting and grinding applications
DCG412 - quick-change wheel release allows for tool-free wheel changes without the need for a wrench
DCS355 - oscillating multi-tool has a powerful brushless motor providing up to 57% more run time over a similar brushed tool
DCS355 - DEWALT oscillating tool guide system allows you to customize the depth or height for accurate repeatability.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL...l-ir-10451
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They never have a woodworkers set, I guess it'd cost way too much.

Quality of Dewalt tools are not junk, don't take my word or anyone elses word here (there's lots of trolls these days), go look at Amazon and Home Depot yourself for these individual tools. Dewalt typically rates literally at the very top seller on both websites for most of these cordless tools. Again, do your own research, you'll see whatever naysayers here say is total BS very quickly.

Brushless motors are efficient, they also have a longer lifespan but to the vast majority of you not using these tools professionally - you'll never see a huge difference either way. If the stark price difference is really that important than go for it but economically speaking there's a point where you're at a loss for "future proofing" too much. Brushless is great for tools you use daily though.

Value of this package depends on your real likelyhood of using these tools. If you're a new home owner, want to DIY as much as possible and dont really have anything then yea this is amazing. If you're someone that very rarely does stuff, I'd suggest Black & Decker (same family as Dewalt) or Ryobi.

Just remember, if you think this is expensive, look how much the basic powertools for a woodworking shop cost. Wink
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Their XR Brushless line is above reproach. The XR driver is one of the very best you can buy. These are not XR but to say the entire line is poor quality is ignorant of current performance results.
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Great selection to get started with Dewalt.
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Wish the impact driver was a brushless model
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Wish the impact driver was a brushless model
Yea, real bummer. I will only own brushless tools after having the brushless drill and impact driver.
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Dewalt... nope. Quality took a dive and greedy company
Their XR Brushless line is above reproach. The XR driver is one of the very best you can buy. These are not XR but to say the entire line is poor quality is ignorant of current performance results.
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They never have a woodworkers set, I guess it'd cost way too much.

Quality of Dewalt tools are not junk, don't take my word or anyone elses word here (there's lots of trolls these days), go look at Amazon and Home Depot yourself for these individual tools. Dewalt typically rates literally at the very top seller on both websites for most of these cordless tools. Again, do your own research, you'll see whatever naysayers here say is total BS very quickly.

Brushless motors are efficient, they also have a longer lifespan but to the vast majority of you not using these tools professionally - you'll never see a huge difference either way. If the stark price difference is really that important than go for it but economically speaking there's a point where you're at a loss for "future proofing" too much. Brushless is great for tools you use daily though.

Value of this package depends on your real likelyhood of using these tools. If you're a new home owner, want to DIY as much as possible and dont really have anything then yea this is amazing. If you're someone that very rarely does stuff, I'd suggest Black & Decker (same family as Dewalt) or Ryobi.

Just remember, if you think this is expensive, look how much the basic powertools for a woodworking shop cost. Wink

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IM confused, what makes this a deal? Isn't this what they are always selling at?
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This is a very solid deal. I picked up a very similar set before the holidays. I think the only difference was this it had two of the 4ah batteries. They sold out quick, so kicked myself for not pulling the trigger. I ended up getting one from a returb sure that was an unopened return. I then augmented the set with a few other Dewalt deals that came with batteries/chargers/extras and resold the duplicates and unneeded bare tools no problem. This brought the all-in price down much further.

I am an intermediate DIYer doing a lot of projects on an 1850s historic home and can only say the quality is way more than enough for my usage. The only challenge has been projects that need long run times, so the extra batteries and charger are needed for these.

I didn't think I was going to use everything, but found my set using them all quite a bit. It makes any project feel less intimidating when you have the tool and horsepower to do it. Also, with a popular brand like Dewalt, it's much easier to find other tools out there and with a much wider selection - there way more deals on their bare tools as well. With a slick eye, you can add tools for $50-75 a pop, so I have added a brushless blower, shop vac, etc.
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Dewalt... nope. Quality took a dive and greedy company
I just had a contractor chuck $600 worth of Milwaukee tools and buy Ridgid.

You never know what you get.
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Dewalt... nope. Quality took a dive and greedy company
Just curious, how is Stanley Black & Decker a "greedy" company.
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Wish it was Ridgid
My rigid impact and Sawzall crapped out well before any of my Dewalt or even my porter cable set. I would stay clear of the rigid impact, if anything... Maybe I just had a bad experience.
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