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RIDGID 18-Volt Jobmax Multitool, Drywall Screwdriver, Rotary Cutter Attachment and 2 2Ah Batteries Kit - $199 + Free Shipping

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has the RIDGID 18V Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Drywall Screwdriver w/Jobmax Multitool, Collated Attachment, Rotary Cutter, Batteries, Charger Kit for $199, down from $279.

I was looking for a way to get started with the Jobmax multitool system, and this comes out significantly cheaper than buying the bare tool, batteries, and two attachments (oscillating saw and drywall cutter) individually. Plus you get a collated drywall/deck screwdriver.

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Nice set. Luckily got it when it was $179 for a few days recently.
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Any deals on the collated screws?
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Any deals on the collated screws?
Reg. Price is around 17$ per 800ct. I use collated for securing the boards with one hand then switch to regular screws for the rest
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Good deal but a very situational tool, not quite as universal as a standard drill/driver combo deals that typically get more exposure on these forums.
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Good deal but a very situational tool, not quite as universal as a standard drill/driver combo deals that typically get more exposure on these forums.
Right. The driver is certainly less useful day to day. For me this is merely a way to get a Jobmax multi-tool plus batteries/charger for an affordable price. They rarely have deals on those besides the "buy the bare tool, get one free accessory." Will likely sell/give away the drywall driver and buy an extra jobmax accessory or two, i.e. jigsaw or reciprocating saw heads.
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Right. The driver is certainly less useful day to day. For me this is merely a way to get a Jobmax multi-tool plus batteries/charger for an affordable price. They rarely have deals on those besides the "buy the bare tool, get one free accessory." Will likely sell/give away the drywall driver and buy an extra jobmax accessory or two, i.e. jigsaw or reciprocating saw heads.
If you are going to give away or sell for a nominal price the drywall driver, I might be interested. I already have the jobmax multi-tool and do not need batteries, but can use the driver on an upcoming project.
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Would anybody be interested in the 2 batteries and the charger if I buy this kit?
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Would one of these tools be good for taking out old dried up mortar on a tile replacement job?
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Just an FYI, the fine print on the lifetime service agreement says you need the charger and tools to get a battery replacement. In practice I don't know if they HAVE to be from the kit the batteries came with, but you might consider this before selling or trading away the tools from your kit. Maybe just keep one of the tools?

Oddly enough, tonight I exercised the LSA on some old 24 volt batteries I had from 2010. Just called a phone number, went through a few troubleshooting steps on the phone, and they are mailing me a new kit. Not sure what's in the new kit. They didn't ask me to prove over the phone I still had the tools.
Here's the number if you need it. 877-655-5346

Pretty decent deal, by the way.
I've been eyeing the Jobmax for a couple of years. I wish I'd bought it when I needed a right angle drill a few years ago. Ended up going Milwaukee 18V, and it is the only tool I have in that system. Everything else I have is Ridgid. Maybe someday I'll list the Milwaukee on Craigslist.
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Would one of these tools be good for taking out old dried up mortar on a tile replacement job?
Yes. The oscillating attachment comes with some flush-cut blades that are meant for wood but would probably do the trick, or you could buy a rasp sander attachment. I just got the set and have only used the included blades/sander but I believe it accepts blades from different brands.

Take all that with a grain of salt though. I pretty much went from thinking oscillating saws were a specialty tool to using them for just about everything, whether or not it was the right tool for the job.
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