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  • DeWALT 20V Max Cordless Lithium-Ion 1/2" Compact Drill/Driver Kit (DCD771C2)
  • DeWALT 20V Max Lithium-Ion Circular Saw
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The compact drill/driver Kit is lightweight and compact for working in tight spaces for long periods of time. High-speed transmission delivers 2-Speed variations allowing users to choose the level of performance needed for various applications. Offer valid only for June 14, 2018 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Dewalt DCD771C2 20V MAX Cordless Lithium-Ion 1/2 inch Compact Drill Driver Kit with DCS391B 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion Circular Saw [drill w/circular saw]

https://www.amazon.com/DCD771C2-C...G4VH6J736G
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Appears to be a solid deal. Only downsides I see are small 1.3 amp batteries (fine for drill but saw could eat through those quickly depending on how much you are cutting), brush motor design, and 6.5in blade instead of 7.5in.
Overall, still a really solid deal for these DeWalt tools/batteries.
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This seems like an excellent deal, anything I'm missing?

Edit: I'm still on the NiCad battery tools...
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This seems like an excellent deal, anything I'm missing?

Edit: I'm still on the NiCad battery tools...
Appears to be a solid deal. Only downsides I see are small 1.3 amp batteries (fine for drill but saw could eat through those quickly depending on how much you are cutting), brush motor design, and 6.5in blade instead of 7.5in.
Overall, still a really solid deal for these DeWalt tools/batteries.
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This seems like an excellent deal, anything I'm missing?

Edit: I'm still on the NiCad battery tools...
Good price. Anything other then REAL light occasional use you'll want to ditch those batteries for something more substantial.
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I think I'll pass. I'd put myself squarely in the moderate home use category. If I'm going to jump platforms don't have to have to ditch stuff, want something to "go" with
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It's not a terrible deal since you're getting a small battery outside the entry level drill.

With that said, it's definitely for people that don't care for brushless (more power/torque and much better battery life) or you're wanting simple tool to do woodworking and whatnot.

Now I will say about the circular saw. It's awesome. It's portable, lightweight, don't have to deal with a cord tangling, and I have it setup with Kreg's circular saw guide so I can rip 4x8 sheets in the basement easier than lifting them onto my table saw (which most 3/4" is just too dangerous to do as mine is a smaller cabinet table saw). It stops very quickly also as soon as you let go of the trigger.

But it's also without it's weakness as unlike a regular circular saw, the blade selection for this 6.5" model is somewhat limited especially in retail stores so you can't use your typical 7-1/4" blade. The other issue may be for some is that they're under powered if you're trying to rip a heavy stock. I've found many times if I'm not cutting the plywood straight, the saw will stop under load. This maybe a safety feature to save unnecessary wear on the battery & motor but it's not like your corded 7-1/4" circular saw either.

Sometimes I will use my corded Porter Cable circular saw if I'm cutting something thicker than 2x4's or where I need some extra power. You really can't beat the power from the corded is my opinion.

In either case, I think people will be happy with the portability if you're not a contractor or not expect to cut say a 4x4 post all day. Plus the battery is small so don't expect it to run for very long either.

The drill of course is a very entry level drill. Great for most things. Of course if you want to get serious with your drills you'll want brushless for drilling and impact driver. But if you already have a drill, it never hurts to have an extra drill. I have an older Dewalt non-brushless drill and at times I end up using my brushless in one area and grab the old one for quick drilling without having to change the bits. I've had that thing for close to 10 years with original batteries too...
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This seems like an excellent deal, anything I'm missing?

Edit: I'm still on the NiCad battery tools...
Battery won't get you far on the saw
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I think the lowes deal for the brushless saw with free 6amp battery is still going if you can find one that has the battery in stock near you (might be able to get the free battery shipped not sure)
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Appears to be a solid deal. Only downsides I see are small 1.3 amp batteries (fine for drill but saw could eat through those quickly depending on how much you are cutting), brush motor design, and 6.5in blade instead of 7.5in.
Overall, still a really solid deal for these DeWalt tools/batteries.
I about gave up on my NiCad 18V tool set. But dewalt makes an adapter so you can use the 20V batteries. It is the way to go very happy. Just dont leave the batteries connected to tge adapter when not in use. And yes tge 18V rated by nature for 20V in fact most 20V tools are pretty much the same like the saw in this kit.
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I think I'll pass. I'd put myself squarely in the moderate home use category. If I'm going to jump platforms don't have to have to ditch stuff, want something to "go" with
You should reconsider. At least keep your eyes open for a similar deal without the saw. The Li-ion batteries recharge so fast its incredible. You can usually work about the same length of time as Nicad, but the next battery is always recharged by the time you need another.
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I think I'll pass. I'd put myself squarely in the moderate home use category. If I'm going to jump platforms don't have to have to ditch stuff, want something to "go" with
I'm looking to jump into a new set. Looking at ridgid for the lifetime battery as that is what fails typically and not worth buying.
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Not XR?
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DEWALT DCD771C2 20V MAX Cordless Lithium-Ion 1/2 inch Compact Drill Driver Kit with DCS391B 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion Circular Saw
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