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Hitachi Drill with 2 batteries & Charger - $50 From Lowes YMMV

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Lowes has Hitachi Drill with 2 batteries and Charger for $50 YMMV. Certain Amex cards is also offering $10 back on spending $50 or more. Add this offer before buying and then It reduces the price to $40 before tax. One more thing, Hitachi Tools is Metabo HPT now.

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I'm unfamiliar with this brand. How do they stack up to dewalt, Milwaukee and ridgid?
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I ordered the hitachi one for store pickup, got a Metabo HPT one. Store associate said they were same thing
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I'm unfamiliar with this brand. How do they stack up to dewalt, Milwaukee and ridgid?
They are pretty similar quality. They aren't low end like B&D stuff, but not like DeWalt XR (or similar) Level. For $50, if you just need a drill or want to get the Hitachi/Metabo HTP stuff eventually this is a great price.
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I ordered the hitachi one for store pickup, got a Metabo HPT one. Store associate said they were same thing
They are, HPT = Hitachi Power Tools I believe.
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They are, HPT = Hitachi Power Tools I believe.
yeah
you are correct
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I want this one.
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They are pretty similar quality. They aren't low end like B&D stuff, but not like DeWalt XR (or similar) Level. For $50, if you just need a drill or want to get the Hitachi/Metabo HTP stuff eventually this is a great price.
MSXKODA is absolutely right. They are quality tools, they just never seemed to develop a following. They address comparable to the homeowner tools from Bosch, dewalt, ridgid.
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Damn. Really need this too, none in stock around me.
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I'm unfamiliar with this brand. How do they stack up to dewalt, Milwaukee and ridgid?
I've had a Hitachi drill that looks A LOT like this one for about five years. I'm just a homeowner who occasionally uses it around the house. I've never had a problem with it and it works great. I've done a few heavy duty tasks with it and I never felt like it didn't have the power.
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I'm unfamiliar with this brand. How do they stack up to dewalt, Milwaukee and ridgid?
I've had this drill for about 3-4 years already. I love it. Strong motor, comfortable in the hand, well-balanced and good battery life. I also have the related impact driver and reciprocating saw.
I got mine refubished from bigskytools. If you can get this setup for $50, it is well worth it, IMHO.
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They are pretty similar quality. They aren't low end like B&D stuff, but not like DeWalt XR (or similar) Level. For $50, if you just need a drill or want to get the Hitachi/Metabo HTP stuff eventually this is a great price.
Agree. Hitachi is close to the top tier when it comes to drills. They actually made the best pneumatic nailers on the market, particularly the 83 series framing nailets.

However the brand has merged with Metabo, who makes the best electric angle grinders on the market, and also makes great drills and other hand-held power tools. I'm hoping they just take the best quality of each brand in the merger, but even if not, they're both quality brands. Can't go wrong with them.
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Saw impact driver at Lowe's yesterday with 2 batteries was $129 now $50. Only had one left.
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Saw impact driver at Lowe's yesterday with 2 batteries was $129 now $50. Only had one left.
Link or brickseek link? Looking for an impact driver.
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Had one of these for 4-5 years, beat the crap out of it, and it just kept coming back for more. Finally 3months ago, something shorted and smoke came out....perhaps that's why brushless drills are better. I've bought two more from Ebay openbox ($35) a year ago, and just recently the impact SD at Lowes. All 18V. Fine tools...and the batteries last, thank God for the introduction of Lion. I threw away good cordcless drills, a Porter Cable even, when their NiCd battery packs died and were more expensive than a new drill to replace (just the battery pack)
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