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Free tools with battery packs purchase

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Home Depot is having free tools with select battery pack kits etc Manufacturers include Dewalt Milwaukee Ryobi Makita Ridgid etc

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I had such bad luck getting HD to price match their own Online deals/tool promotions. Any one else have the same problem.
I am trying to get rid if Happy gift cards (for guys) and cant use them online and stores dont match online prices...sigh!
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Man, this is getting hard! I already bought the $99 Impact Driver (Both DeWalt and Milwaukee) and $99 Oscillating Tool (DeWalt) and need to return one and make decision on brand. Should I buy something here instead?
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Man, this is getting hard! I already bought the $99 Impact Driver (Both DeWalt and Milwaukee) and $99 Oscillating Tool (DeWalt) and need to return one and make decision on brand. Should I buy something here instead?
I recently committed to Milwaukee. I did it for several reasons. I use their ratchets and like their impacts, particularly the stubby and mid-torque. Plus, once my gas trimmer goes, I'm going to invest in their outdoor equipment as well. Battery uniformity was extremely important to me.
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Man, this is getting hard! I already bought the $99 Impact Driver (Both DeWalt and Milwaukee) and $99 Oscillating Tool (DeWalt) and need to return one and make decision on brand. Should I buy something here instead?
Look at entire lineups and try to determine what you're more likely to use. Generally 12V smaller and lighter tools, 18V more powerful/biggest lineups, 40V/60V/ or above for outdoor equipment or normally stationary equipment where you need more power and more battery life (mowers, blowers, tablesaws, mitersaws, hedge trimmers, etc).
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