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Black + Decker 20-Volt Max Lithium Ion Cordless Drill w/ 2 Batteries EXPIRED

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Black & Decker 20-Volt Max Lithium Cordless Drill w/2 Batteries + Charger

Model BCD702C2BWM [walmart.com]- $39.98
Model LD120-2WM [walmart.com] - $49.88 - OOS
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I'm tempted to buy this just for the batteries. I already have a Matrix drill.
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I bought one earlier. That's why I posted it. Went to Lowe's first and most of their cordless drills were at least double the price. Went across the street to Walmart, and picked up one of these. Already have a charger and batteries for a leaf blower and hedge trimmer, but two more batteries and an extra charger never hurt.
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I'm tempted to buy this just for the batteries. I already have a Matrix drill.
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I'm tempted to buy this just for the batteries. I already have a Matrix drill.
I bought one earlier. That's why I posted it. Went to Lowe's first and most of their cordless drills were at least double the price. Went across the street to Walmart, and picked up one of these. Already have a charger and batteries for a leaf blower and hedge trimmer, but two more batteries and an extra charger never hurt.
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How is the drill itself compared to other low budget ones, is it okay for occasional diy
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How is the drill itself compared to other low budget ones, is it okay for occasional diy
Ive had mine (came with a set) for like 3 yrs now and its great for everyday tasks. Have never had any issues, i have some dewalts n other stronger drills for more demanding peojects
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This is an excellent entry into this platform. I've owned most of the BD 20V Max components for several years and they've always outperformed. Drills, weedwacker, blower, saws, chainsaw, jigsaw etc... I think I have them all and I highly recommend them.
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In looking at this on the web site, I see that a Hyper Tough 20V Lithium drill goes or 25 bucks. Since I only need a drill rarely and have no present use for 2nd battery, is that not a good price? And anybody own that one? Repped.
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In looking at this on the web site, I see that a Hyper Tough 20V Lithium drill goes or 25 bucks. Since I only need a drill rarely and have no present use for 2nd battery, is that not a good price? And anybody own that one? Repped.
I would personally recommend the Black & Decker drill, only for the fact that the 20V Max batteries are interchangeable with all other B&D 20V Max products. So if you ever decide to get any other tools you'll have extra batteries for those (especially if it's an outdoor tool, which tend to be battery drainers).
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Anyone know how many AH these batteries are?
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Maybe a dumb question, can this be used as a driver also?
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Anyone know how many AH these batteries are?
I believe these batteries are the 1.5 Which run good in drills. For B&D sawzall, hedgetrimmer, leaf sweeper I bought two knock off 4.0ah batteries off amazon for around $50 that I really enjoy. Used for 2-3 years no issues I keep the 1.5ah charged but rarely use.

I was already Invested in B&D line but could never buy one of their drills. They look like a toy and dont have 2 speed function for more torque and one for speed.

I'd agree with others If you dont plan to use the drill but occasionally this is a nice setup. But I wouldnt just buy this deal for these tiny batteries.
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Maybe a dumb question, can this be used as a driver also?
In the adjustable chuck you could put any screw bit or an magnetic holder for your bits. If you want to use for sockets go to harbor freight or online and get an drill socket adapter

Neiko 00244A Impact Socket Adapter and Magnetic Bit Holder, 4-Piece Set | 1/4-Inch Hex Shank with 1/4, 3/8, 1/2-Inch Drive | CR-V https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G1T6...UCbT2AETG9
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In the adjustable chuck you could put any screw bit or an magnetic holder for your bits. If you want to use for sockets go to harbor freight or online and get an drill socket adapter

Neiko 00244A Impact Socket Adapter and Magnetic Bit Holder, 4-Piece Set | 1/4-Inch Hex Shank with 1/4, 3/8, 1/2-Inch Drive | CR-V https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G1T6...UCbT2AETG9
Haven't used this brand before. I've tried similar brands and they all wobbled around on me.
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Whats the difference between the two listed in op.
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