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DeWalt 20V Max Drill/Driver + Impact Driver w/ 2x Batteries + Circular Saw

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Lowes.com has DeWalt 20-Volt Max Drill/Driver + Impact Driver Combo Kit + DeWalt 20V Circular Saw (automatically added to cart) on sale for $199. Shipping is free for MyLowes Members [free to join]. Thanks BlueMV

Includes:
  • DeWalt 20-Volt MAX 1/2" Drill/Driver
  • DeWalt 20-volt MAX 1/4" Impact Driver
  • 2x 20-Volt MAX Li-ion 1.3 Ah Battery Packs
  • 20-Volt MAX Charger
  • ContractorBag
  • DeWalt 20-Volt Max 6-1/2" Cordless Circular Saw w/ Brake and Magnesium Shoe (Bare Tool)
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Tools come with 3-year limited warranty. Offer is valid through 10/31/19 or while supplies last. -slickdewmaster

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https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-2...d/50169133

DeWALT Model # DCK240C2 $199
with free circular saw ($129) Model # DCS391B showing in cart after adding. Click on View Cart to show circular saw in cart.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-2...ly/3962443

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Also, DEWALT 2-Tool 20-Volt Max Brushless Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case $229.
Not the best price from history, but after added to cart, this comes with a free battery ($89)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-2...1000135831

Battery:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-2...y/50154480
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I've always heard you need 3 or 4 Ah batteries to run the circular saw. You only get the bare tool and the drill set comes with two 1.3 Ah batteries.
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Or trying to liquidate their older stock, to make way for Atomic and brushless.
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DeWalt is trying really hard to get me too switch my tool ecosystem from Milwaukee.
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I've always heard you need 3 or 4 Ah batteries to run the circular saw. You only get the bare tool and the drill set comes with two 1.3 Ah batteries.
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I've always heard you need 3 or 4 Ah batteries to run the circular saw. You only get the bare tool and the drill set comes with two 1.3 Ah batteries.
I've done it with 2ah wasn't too bad, would be better with a diablo blade
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Forgot to mention I have this set already and love it. The batteries have good enough capacity for DIY jobs and charge quickly.
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Man Makita deals are nowhere to be found, I see good Rigid and Dewalt deals all the time. This is a sweet one.
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Military discount or 10% off stuff doesn't stack with this sale?
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It is a good deal.
Brushed version anyone concerned.
Coupon may sweet to the deal.
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DeWalt is trying really hard to get me too switch my tool ecosystem from Milwaukee.
Or trying to liquidate their older stock, to make way for Atomic and brushless.
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Can you return one or the other for a partial or is that only at Home Depot?
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Military discount or 10% off stuff doesn't stack with this sale?
Have to go to store and inform them about your military discount. Lowes no longer applies it with online purchase.
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Military discount or 10% off stuff doesn't stack with this sale?
I read that you can still have it applied when purchases are picked up, but I haven't ordered anything since it disappeared from automatically being included with online purchases. This is oddly how I even saw these specials. I accidentally clicked the banner at the top of the screen and it took me to the military discount advertisement, and I just clicked back and added the first thing nearest the mouse to test the discount. It didn't show, but the saw was now in the cart.
I searched for this sale but I couldn't find it advertised. Tried about 15 things in the cart and these were the only two I saw with extras.
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I have these and they do the job pretty damn well for a weekend warrior such as myself.

I'm not sure how well they would last in a contractor environment but they were well worth the purchase for someone such as myself.

I bough them separately and paid more but I also bought better batteries later and paid more.

I'm happy with my purchase.
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wow, good deal.

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DeWalt is trying really hard to get me too switch my tool ecosystem from Milwaukee.
i'm a 20 year milwaukee user but i usually advise people to get dewalt cordless especially recently due to price and still great products but if you are going to use the hell out of your stuff and need power, go red.

while basic drills and drivers are pretty comparable in the 20v xr vs 18v fuel, when it comes to things like sawsalls, circular saws and impact wrenches milwaukee is another tier.
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