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DEWALT 4-Pack 20-Volt Max 2-Amp-Hours/4-Amp-Hours Batteries $159

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This seems like a pretty good deal for four 20v Dewalt batteries. Two 4ah XR and two 2ah batteries for $159 minus a veteran discount or coupons/gift cards could bring it down to maybe $30 per battery.

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You might mention this is B&M / pickup only.
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Add 20 off 100 coupon ?
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Are all the coupon generators completely dead now? You used to be able to get one that works every so often but looks like they are mostly all dead now.
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Are all the coupon generators completely dead now? You used to be able to get one that works every so often but looks like they are mostly all dead now.
They have been dead for a while.
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Are all the coupon generators completely dead now? You used to be able to get one that works every so often but looks like they are mostly all dead now.
No you just have to try a few times.
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Where are my tool experts. I have corded tools and I want to go cordless. I was thinking about buying a combo tool set of the dewalts. I have a feeling that it will be overkill to have like 6+ batteries just to do work around the house. Can anyone give me input if I'm right or wrong. I mentioned 6 batteries because it seems a lot of those tool sets come with batteries. Thanks in advance.
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Where are my tool experts. I have corded tools and I want to go cordless. I was thinking about buying a combo tool set of the dewalts. I have a feeling that it will be overkill to have like 6+ batteries just to do work around the house. Can anyone give me input if I'm right or wrong. I mentioned 6 batteries because it seems a lot of those tool sets come with batteries. Thanks in advance.
Don't get the big combo dewalt kits unless it is an absolute steal of a deal. They use 'kit version' reciprocating and circular saws. The saws work but the are not built as well as their bare tool counterparts. Get a drill/driver combo and get the other tools as bare tools or from deals. Ebay is a great source of bare tools at good prices. If you get anything that saws or grinds, also pick up a 5 ah battery. Saws and grinders eat batteries. You can find them new on ebay for $50-60. Just be careful and get real dewalt batteries (look carefully at the pictures and listing text).
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Don't get the big combo dewalt kits unless it is an absolute steal of a deal. They use 'kit version' reciprocating and circular saws. The saws work but the are not built as well as their bare tool counterparts. Get a drill/driver combo and get the other tools as bare tools or from deals. Ebay is a great source of bare tools at good prices. If you get anything that saws or grinds, also pick up a 5 ah battery. Saws and grinders eat batteries. You can find them new on ebay for $50-60. Just be careful and get real dewalt batteries (look carefully at the pictures and listing text).
Thanks for the reply. I will go that route. So if I'm buying them bare, should I go ahead and buy these batteries that the OP posted? I have Lowe's gift cards that I got for 10% off and I also have a Lowe's $20 off $100 coupon. It would knock it down to around $130 of my money spent.
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Where are my tool experts. I have corded tools and I want to go cordless. I was thinking about buying a combo tool set of the dewalts. I have a feeling that it will be overkill to have like 6+ batteries just to do work around the house. Can anyone give me input if I'm right or wrong. I mentioned 6 batteries because it seems a lot of those tool sets come with batteries. Thanks in advance.
For diy as a minimum I would say 2-2ah; 1 for drill one for impact and 1-4ah for larger power tools (cut off, circ saw etc..) add one extra of each for zero inconvenience, you can go all 5ah for more power but the trade-off is more weight. If I were starting out and not buying a kit this set would be perfect.
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Bought the batteries dont got a charger, any idea where I may get the charger without habing purchase another battery?
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Bought the batteries dont got a charger, any idea where I may get the charger without habing purchase another battery?
They sell charger only. Lowes / home depot.
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I would have to politely disagree. Nicer and lower-end models are available in both kits and singles, and i have not notice any difference in the offer rate for nice bare tools or combo kits. furthermore, I've never bought a dewalt tool that did not impress me or did not last.

getting the drill driver and then adding the tools you need is fine. but buying the big kit and selling off all the tools you don't need will net you a better deal. but you do have to put in the leg work.

regarding the orig q., I really don't think you should buy this kit. it's not a bad deal, but my personal opinion is that you'll have 4 batteries sitting around doing nothing almost all the time.


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Don't get the big combo dewalt kits unless it is an absolute steal of a deal. They use 'kit version' reciprocating and circular saws. The saws work but the are not built as well as their bare tool counterparts. Get a drill/driver combo and get the other tools as bare tools or from deals. Ebay is a great source of bare tools at good prices. If you get anything that saws or grinds, also pick up a 5 ah battery. Saws and grinders eat batteries. You can find them new on ebay for $50-60. Just be careful and get real dewalt batteries (look carefully at the pictures and listing text).
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I would have to politely disagree. Nicer and lower-end models are available in both kits and singles, and i have not notice any difference in the offer rate for nice bare tools or combo kits. furthermore, I've never bought a dewalt tool that did not impress me or did not last.

getting the drill driver and then adding the tools you need is fine. but buying the big kit and selling off all the tools you don't need will net you a better deal. but you do have to put in the leg work.

regarding the orig q., I really don't think you should buy this kit. it's not a bad deal, but my personal opinion is that you'll have 4 batteries sitting around doing nothing almost all the time.
The specs are different in some tools. Big combo kit for cheap is cheap for a reason. Lower power or less functionality.
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