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BLACK+DECKER 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion Cordless Drill w/ Battery $29.97 at Walmart

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Black+Decker 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion Cordless Drill w/ Battery [walmart.com]

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FYI: This model is the LD120, not the LDX120 that was on sale a lot during the holiday. Not as powerful a drill. Not saying it is not worth purchasing, just be aware of the model.
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FYI: This model is the LD120, not the LDX120 that was on sale a lot during the holiday. Not as powerful a drill. Not saying it is not worth purchasing, just be aware of the model.
Probably still ain't worth it. Maybe for $30 and simple jobs like putting screws in walls but I wouldn't count on it to last more than a year or 2. Again for $30 that may be just fine if your on a budget and in that time you can get better for cheaper.
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FYI: This model is the LD120, not the LDX120 that was on sale a lot during the holiday. Not as powerful a drill. Not saying it is not worth purchasing, just be aware of the model.
Totally agree! I have both, this one you can definitely tell the difference in quality!
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FYI: This model is the LD120, not the LDX120 that was on sale a lot during the holiday. Not as powerful a drill. Not saying it is not worth purchasing, just be aware of the model.
I got the LDX120 over the holidays, and it's not strong enough for many jobs I do - it even has a rough time putting a 3" nail through a pre-drilled 2x4 (screwing it into a stud in the wall in the garage). So if this one isn't as powerful, I would not recommend it at all.

It's fine for simple drilling, and very small projects. It's a small drill overall too. For many people I'm sure it will be fine, but not for me.
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The battery by itself is $24 on Amazon.

https://smile.amazon.com/BLACK-DECKER-LBXR20-Extended-Lithium-Ion/dp/B004LY59V6/ref=sr_1_4?s=power-hand-tools&ie=UTF8&qid=1527722911&sr=1-4&keywords=black+decker+20v+battery
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I have this drill and it sucks, waste of $30 imo
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I have it. Tossed it in the camper. Fine for sending the jacks up and down. But weak for home use. I have its big bother and hate that one too.
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Is it weaker than m12?
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Spend the extra on brushless dewalt.
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This is the drill that you lend to your neighbor when he says "hey can I borrow your drill".
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Looking for a drill/driver if anyone knows of a deal please share. TY
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Looking for advice,
I went to 2 Walmart stores and all of them have inventory at least two.
The employees got upset and said no we don't have it and ran away!
I feel they are hiding the deals!

What is the best way to communicate with them and what is your advice?
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Is it weaker than m12?
Almost certainly. When they say m12 is comparable to older 18v this is what they are talking about.
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Looking for a drill/driver if anyone knows of a deal please share. TY
Here you go......https://slickdeals.net/f/11619375-ridgid-buy-select-kits-get-a-2-0-ah-battery-for-free-at-home-depot-starting-at-79?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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