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Bosch 2-tool or 4-tool 18 volt cordless combo kit + Free bonus tool & bonus battery (via Bosch rebate) - $229 + FS @ Lowes

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Limited quantities - Bosch 2-tool or 4-tool 18 volt cordless combo kit [lowes.com] - Choose one of the below

Bosch 5-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case with Free Cordless Rotary Hammer (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included) [lowes.com] - $299

Bosch CORE18V 3-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included) [lowes.com] - $229

Then choose your free tool
- Cordless Rotary Hammer
- Cordless Circular Saw
- Additional Battery
- Cordless Reciprocating Saw

Plus fill out this rebate form [rewardpromo.com] for an additional free battery. You can submit the form here [lowes.com].
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Larger kit seems like the better deal by far. Actually pretty tempting, even though I have a very full Hitachi lineup.
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I got the same deal last year. Didn't see the specs mentioning anything about brushed or brushless, so I assumed they were all brushed. However, the driver is my favorite one, I like it more than my Dewalt and Milwaukee brushless ones.

BTW, I ended up selling the rotary hammer, because of the bigger one from the deal several days ago.
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Larger kit seems like the better deal by far. Actually pretty tempting, even though I have a very full Hitachi lineup.
By the bigger one, you mean the five piece? Would this be a good starter home tool set?
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By the bigger one, you mean the five piece? Would this be a good starter home tool set?
Killer, although you would probably never need the rotary hammer (sell it).
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Killer, although you would probably never need the rotary hammer (sell it).
I could change it to the circular saw. Would that be more ideal?
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I could change it to the circular saw. Would that be more ideal?
Yes, but make sure you submit the rebate for the 4 amp battery, circular saw requires it.
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Yes, but make sure you submit the rebate for the 4 amp battery, circular saw requires it.
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Killer, although you would probably never need the rotary hammer (sell it).
LOL? I've used my corded rotary hammer to drill through brick for a new outdoor spigot, to install exterior lighting on brick, and to drill through brick again to run Ethernet cable for security cameras. I guess it depends on what we consider "beginner" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
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LOL? I've used my corded rotary hammer to drill through brick for a new outdoor spigot, to install exterior lighting on brick, and to drill through brick again to run Ethernet cable for security cameras. I guess it depends on what we consider "beginner" ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
He didn't say it was useless, just that a beginner probably wouldn't need it. You can do a lot of what you described with the regular hammer drill too.
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Larger kit seems like the better deal by far. Actually pretty tempting, even though I have a very full Hitachi lineup.
Maybe, but also consider the 3 tool kit has the larger 4.0 batteries and the 5 tool only 2.0. Just something to consider.
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Bosch is too heavy
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Bosch is too heavy
Congratulations......that's the second stupidest thing I've heard today.
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Congratulations......that's the second stupidest thing I've heard today.
I'm pretty sure slick deals is now using bots to create random comments to boost posts and deals.
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Bosch is too heavy
People will always complain about something 🙄

"It's too heavy!"
"It's too light - it feels cheap!"
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