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DEWALT DCG413B 20V MAX Brushless Cut Off Tool/Grinder (Tool Only) $119

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DEWALT DCG413B 20V MAX Brushless Cut Off Tool/Grinder (Tool Only)

$119 at Amazon ->Now $129.99
Reg $179 - on sale at Home Depot for $161
  • DEWALT Brushless motor: delivers up to 57% more run time over brushed
  • No load speed: max 9, 000 RPMs
  • Blade brake: brake engaged when paddle switch is released, bringing the wheel quickly to a stop
  • Warranty: backed by DEWALT 3 year limited warranty
  • Battery & Charger Sold Separately
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Lowes should honor this price if you have Amazon Prime.
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Close to the lowest price according to CCC
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I have no current use for this but I want it.
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I just bought the router on sale for a project that I finished before I got the tool. I also wanted it.
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Bought one from a seller that ships from Amazon. $119.90 with no tax works for me.
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It's been down at 159 with a free 6ah battery for free. Just for comparison
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It's a good grinder...but I would spend the couple extra bucks and grab the flexvolt angle grinder (on sale) That things a beast! Once you get brought into the flexvolt fold you realize there is a whole new set of tools now that you can buy! Plus it's drops down to parallel 20v on any of that line of tools. Find that grinder on sale cop it and go to town!
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There are a million uses for it. Anytime you of is a key to a door lock, cutting any kind of tile Granite concrete it's A+ + +... I've done many bathrooms with a Makita version of this. All the tile cuts perfect what's up 10 to $15 off brand blade don't pay 30 or 40 bucks for some POS name brand stuff. Anyone who does rehab work are concrete buildings especially put in new doors and frames same thing with Windows and anything else we're concrete needs to be modified accurately I would always use a grinder. Also any screw or nail that either breaks offer the head is sticking out or you spend through it takes care of that bastard in 2 seconds through the headphones with flush or just stopped mower through it if it's broken off in the middle or something and hanging out
I have a hard time understanding most of what you said but it sounds like a positive review.
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Well you got me! its the only 20 V that I don't have but have wanted. Got 4.5s by HF and Makita and a 6in Metabo, itll be nice to ditch the cord for small gigs
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Good grinder, bought it. Also flexvolt is way different than 20V max, for home owners and dyiers this is enough and also the flexvolt batteries are way more expensive... I'm okay with my 5ah batteries and 20V max stuff... Now it's good to get the XR brushless for the extra money I will say that
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Good grinder, bought it. Also flexvolt is way different than 20V max, for home owners and dyiers this is enough and also the flexvolt batteries are way more expensive... I'm okay with my 5ah batteries and 20V max stuff... Now it's good to get the XR brushless for the extra money I will say that
The Flexvolt stuff is also, as most would expect, much heavier and that's a big consideration when using the tools a lot.

I was looking at the Flexvolt Circular, but went in store and picked it up and it weighs a ton with the battery in it. The bare tool is 10lbs vs 7.5lbs for the normal XR one.

The Flexvolt angle grinder is about 1.5lb more than the XR I think.
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There are a million uses for it. Anytime you of is a key to a door lock, cutting any kind of tile Granite concrete it's A+ + +... I've done many bathrooms with a Makita version of this. All the tile cuts perfect what's up 10 to $15 off brand blade don't pay 30 or 40 bucks for some POS name brand stuff. Anyone who does rehab work are concrete buildings especially put in new doors and frames same thing with Windows and anything else we're concrete needs to be modified accurately I would always use a grinder. Also any screw or nail that either breaks offer the head is sticking out or you spend through it takes care of that bastard in 2 seconds through the headphones with flush or just stopped mower through it if it's broken off in the middle or something and hanging out
Hmmmmmmmm.
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Got one thanks!
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