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Makita 7-Tool XT706 18 Volt LXT Li-Ion Cordless Combo Kit

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CPO Outlets via eBay has Makita 7-Tool XT706 18 Volt LXT Li-Ion Cordless Combo Kit on sale for $349. Shipping is free. Thanks ladysparrow86

Includes:
  • 18V LXT 1/2 in. Hammer Driver-Drill (XPH10Z)
  • 18V LXT Impact Driver (XDT11Z)
  • 18V LXT 6-1/2 in. Circular Saw (9XSS02Z)
  • 18V LXT Recipro Saw (XRJ04Z)
  • 18V LXT 4-1/2 in. / 5 in. Cut-Off/Angle Grinder (XAG04Z)
  • 18V LXT Blower (DUB182Z)
  • 18V LXT Xenon Flashlight (DML185)
  • 2x 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 3.0Ah Battery (BL1830B)
  • 18V LXT in. Lithium-Ion Rapid Optimum Charger (DC18RC)
  • Tool Bag with Wheels (831269-3)
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Looks like it's $399 everywhere else.

Includes
18V LXT 1/2 in. Hammer Driver-Drill - XPH10Z
18V LXT Impact Driver - XDT11Z
18V LXT 6-1/2 in. Circular Saw - XSS02Z
18V LXT Recipro Saw - XRJ04Z
18V LXT 4-1/2 in. / 5 in. Cut-Off/Angle Grinder - XAG04Z
18V LXT Blower - DUB182Z
18V LXT Xenon Flashlight - DML185
(2) 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 3.0Ah Battery - BL1830B
18V LXT in. Lithium-Ion Rapid Optimum Charger - DC18RC
Tool Bag with Wheels (831269-3)

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Makita-X...:rk:2:pf:0
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Makita, Milwaukee, and Dewalt would all be considered the top tier. Saying there is no comparison is being a little ignorant. There are lots of good Ridgid and Ryobi deals too. This is a good starter set for DIY to buy in to a system. If you are going to be heavy user brushless has a lot of benefits. I personally sold all my Ridgid, which were solid tools, but I had to go through 4-6 battery warranty replacements.I went with Makita and so far have been very happy. The sub compact set I bought I am impressed by size and weight and I like how Makita system uses 18v battery across so many tools.
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Any input if this is a good deal? TIA
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Ok deal. But I'd get home depot brushless makita drill, impact, circular saw with 2 free tools for $399 instead. You get exactly what you need. The blower and xenon flashlight don't really count anyway.
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Boy...if you're looking to jump into one of these sets...this looks like a great deal. I think all of these are useful tools, I own most of them.
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makita vs m18 fuel?
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Would the m18 Milwaukee brand be a better set
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I have them M18 and it's truly awesome!! No comparison in my opinion.
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Tempted buy going to hold off on purchasing. That's a good price but I only need 3 of those tools. It would be hard to offload the tools that I do not need as Makita is not as popular as DeWalt, Milwaukee and Ridgid.

Leaning towards Ridgid because of their lifetime warranty. My DeWalt set of 18v tools are barely usable because of the packs ...
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I have them M18 and it's truly awesome!! No comparison in my opinion.
Makita, Milwaukee, and Dewalt would all be considered the top tier. Saying there is no comparison is being a little ignorant. There are lots of good Ridgid and Ryobi deals too. This is a good starter set for DIY to buy in to a system. If you are going to be heavy user brushless has a lot of benefits. I personally sold all my Ridgid, which were solid tools, but I had to go through 4-6 battery warranty replacements.I went with Makita and so far have been very happy. The sub compact set I bought I am impressed by size and weight and I like how Makita system uses 18v battery across so many tools.
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Tempted buy going to hold off on purchasing. That's a good price but I only need 3 of those tools. It would be hard to offload the tools that I do not need as Makita is not as popular as DeWalt, Milwaukee and Ridgid.

Leaning towards Ridgid because of their lifetime warranty. My DeWalt set of 18v tools are barely usable because of the packs ...
You can run them on the new 20v batts with an adapter
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Are these made in japan??
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Are these made in japan??
Tools would be China. Battery could be Japan or China. I have batteries from both locations that are new.
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The Makita name is actually European ...
It's a Japanese company.
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