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DeWalt 20-Volt Max Cordless Brushless Drill Driver Kit w/ 2 x Batteries & More EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has DeWalt 20-Volt MAX Cordless Brushless Compact Drill Driver w/ 2 x 20V 1.3Ah Batteries & Charger + Bonus Oscillating Multi-Tool on sale for $139. Shipping is free, alternatively, store pickup is free. Thanks Spawne32
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Fantastic deal on these brushless models right here. Lowes is selling the non brushless with the impact for 199.99 with the oscillating tool for free, this is a far better deal.

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Even with the 1.3 batteries, ive never seen this combo with 2 batteries and a charger for this cheap ever. Been following that multi tool for months now and the lowest ive ever seen it was 149.99 by itself with a battery.
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The 1.3 batteries last significantly longer on the brushless tools. Ive seen up to a half an hour of continuous use on the 1.3's.
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Ive had the 1.3s for 2 years. As others mentioned they don't last long in brushed tools. I recently upgraded to all brushless and the run time difference with the 1.3s is insane.
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I will be very careful 1.3 batteries don't last and soon you will be buying 3amp ones, do your research
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I will be very careful 1.3 batteries don't last and soon you will be buying 3amp ones, do your research
Even with the 1.3 batteries, ive never seen this combo with 2 batteries and a charger for this cheap ever. Been following that multi tool for months now and the lowest ive ever seen it was 149.99 by itself with a battery.
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Agree, Likely get maybe 10 minutes tool use from 1.3 Batteries
The 1.3 batteries last significantly longer on the brushless tools. Ive seen up to a half an hour of continuous use on the 1.3's.
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I will be very careful 1.3 batteries don't last and soon you will be buying 3amp ones, do your research
This is a smoking deal. I was going to buy this one tomorrow but I'll get this with 2 tools and 2 batteries instead. Thanks!

To all those talking about the 1.3ah batteries, they are great in the screw guns and last far more than 10 minutes. I'm guessing the people saying that aren't using brushless tools.

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Doesn't matter what kit you get. The combo atleast you get 2 - 1.3Ah vs just $99 kit with a single 1.5Ah.

With the combo you have a spare charged battery.

Still should invest in the 3.0Ah or more. These are battery hogs but are worth it for small projects that I wouldn't don't need to whip out corded model. Wish Milwaukee would update one to a Fuel Gen maybe 2019 doubtful . Have no Cordless Dewalt tools.
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Damn that's killer! I love my Dewalt stuff and the multi tool is VERY handy! Jus used it a couple days ago when I installed a new door.
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What batteries do you people recommend getting for the Compact Drill Driver?
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Even with the 1.3 batteries, ive never seen this combo with 2 batteries and a charger for this cheap ever. Been following that multi tool for months now and the lowest ive ever seen it was 149.99 by itself with a battery.
Isn't it on sale officially starting today at hd for 99.99 with a battery? Thought it was part of the black Friday ad
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In for one! Thanks OP! I recently purchased the Ryobi 5 tool set for $259, but now I think I will return three of those tools (drill, driver, and circular). This seems like a better value for tools with a little better reputation.
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As someone pointed out the brushless tools are a lot easier on batteries. I have a couple 5's and a 6 ah battery but I really prefer using the 1.3 batteries for the drill and even a small impact. They are a heck of a lot lighter and unless you are working continuously they last a long time.
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Super slick deal especially when paired with tax exempt ID
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Isn't it on sale officially starting today at hd for 99.99 with a battery? Thought it was part of the black Friday ad
The drill has been $99 all week with 2 batteries.
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