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YMMV Makita 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Combo Kit (Drill, Impact, Circular Saw) $229

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Makita 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Combo Kit (3-Tool)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit...305926556?


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  • Variable 2-speed 1/2" Hammer Driver-Drill (0-500 & 0-2,000 RPM) (0-7,500 & 0-30,000 IPM) delivers 530 in.lbs. of Max Torque
  • Variable speed Impact Driver (0-3,400 RPM & 0-3,600 IPM) provides 1,500 in.lbs. of Max Torque
  • Circular Saw delivers 5,000 RPM for faster cutting and ripping

The BL™ Brushless Motor eliminates carbon brushes, enabling the BL™ Motor to run cooler and more efficiently for longer life
Efficient BL™ Brushless motor is electronically controlled to optimize battery energy use for up to 50% longer run time per charge
The electronically-controlled BL™ Brushless Motor efficiently uses energy to match torque and RPM to the changing demands of the application
Extreme Protection Technology (XPT™) is engineered for improved dust and water resistance for operation in harsh conditions
Equipped with Star Protection Computer Controls™ to protect against overloading, over-discharging and over-heating
18V LXT® Lithium-ion 4.0Ah battery BL1840B reaches full charge in 40 minutes or less
18V Compact LXT® Lithium-Ion 2.0Ah battery BL1820B reaches a full charge in 25 minutes or lessVariable 2-speed 1/2" Hammer Driver-Drill (0-500 & 0-2,000 RPM) (0-7,500 & 0-30,000 IPM) delivers 530 in.lbs. of Max Torque
Variable speed Impact Driver (0-3,400 RPM & 0-3,600 IPM) provides 1,500 in.lbs. of Max Torque
Circular Saw delivers 5,000 RPM for faster cutting and ripping
The BL™ Brushless Motor eliminates carbon brushes, enabling the BL™ Motor to run cooler and more efficiently for longer life
Efficient BL™ Brushless motor is electronically controlled to optimize battery energy use for up to 50% longer run time per charge
The electronically-controlled BL™ Brushless Motor efficiently uses energy to match torque and RPM to the changing demands of the application
Extreme Protection Technology (XPT™) is engineered for improved dust and water resistance for operation in harsh conditions
Equipped with Star Protection Computer Controls™ to protect against overloading, over-discharging and over-heating
18V LXT® Lithium-ion 4.0Ah battery BL1840B reaches full charge in 40 minutes or less
18V Compact LXT® Lithium-Ion 2.0Ah battery BL1820B reaches a full charge in 25 minutes or less
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I came across this deal at a home depot about a week ago. Didn't think it was worthy enough to post it up. Guess it's not bad for someone who needs all of this but for me I already have a couple of their drills already and 3 impacts. Didn't notice it was brushless so I might wait it out and see if it drops a little more. Problem with HD and their clearences is that they take a long time to drop their prices (I'm talking like 6 months or more). They'll probably be long gone by then.
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I came across this deal at a home depot about a week ago. Didn't think it was worthy enough to post it up. Guess it's not bad for someone who needs all of this but for me I already have a couple of their drills already and 3 impacts. Didn't notice it was brushless so I might wait it out and see if it drops a little more. Problem with HD and their clearences is that they take a long time to drop their prices (I'm talking like 6 months or more). They'll probably be long gone by then.
You also cant select speeds on the impact, which is a dealbreaker for me.
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You also cant select speeds on the impact, which is a dealbreaker for me.
So what are you saying; it has those two selectable speeds (hi and lo) but isn't variable at all? That would kind of suck if that's the case. Honestly though I would probably just keep the two batteries and the skill saw, then part out the rest on eBay or something. It would be nice to keep the drill for the hammer drill part of it (the two I have don't have that function), but I'm not sure if I would ever use it. I've used the hammer function on drills like this and they don't do very much damage unless you're using a really small bit for tapcons or something and only going into cinder block. They shouldn't even call them hammer drills because all they do is spin and vibrate. Already have a SDS style hammerdrill for most things but it's corded. Would love to see a deal on a cordless makita one though. The newer black, sub compact one looks nice but I was checking it out in the store and noticed that it didn't have a hammer only function (love using hammerdrills with chisle bits in them). Just a heads up for anyone who has their eye on one.
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So what are you saying; it has those two selectable speeds (hi and lo) but isn't variable at all? That would kind of suck if that's the case. Honestly though I would probably just keep the two batteries and the skill saw, then part out the rest on eBay or something. It would be nice to keep the drill for the hammer drill part of it (the two I have don't have that function), but I'm not sure if I would ever use it. I've used the hammer function on drills like this and they don't do very much damage unless you're using a really small bit for tapcons or something and only going into cinder block. They shouldn't even call them hammer drills because all they do is spin and vibrate. Already have a SDS style hammerdrill for most things but it's corded. Would love to see a deal on a cordless makita one though. The newer black, sub compact one looks nice but I was checking it out in the store and noticed that it didn't have a hammer only function (love using hammerdrills with chisle bits in them). Just a heads up for anyone who has their eye on one.
The drill has selectable speeds. The impact does not. It will vary based on trigger pressure, but I would expect a brushless driver to have selectable speeds these days.
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This saw and drill are nice prosumer models, but this is the bottom-of-the-barrel impact driver (XDT13Z). I prefer the XDT14 which is still China-made, but at least has a speed select and sheetmetal screw setting. Overall still a good price!
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Got one. Thanks for posting. Figured this is a pretty decent starter set.
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Never used a cordless circular saw before. Can someone tell me if this will have similar power as my 15 amp Skilsaw or is it mostly for cutting 2x stock? They have two of them at my local HD and I can score an extra 10% off
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I snagged one at Home Depot today for $200. It was not in the clearance section but on top of the shelf. They've forgotten to move it to the clearance section.
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There's one left for $200 at Home Depot Wesley Chapel (near Atlanta). It's located in the clearance section on the ground.
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Why does it say expire what if there are some in stock by me does it mean the price went up?
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