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Bosch 5-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included) $229

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https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CORE18V-3-Tool-18-Volt-Power-Tool-Combo-Kit-with-Soft-Case-Charger-Included-and-2-Batteries-Included/1001310394​ [lowes.com]

There is also a mail in rebate available through Lowe's. It's a free 4ah battery that retails for $99.
http://img.rewardpromo.com/1/7685/22437.pdf​ [rewardpromo.com]

There are also 7 other tool combinations available ...

$179 - Bosch CORE18V 3-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CO...1001310394

$229 - Bosch 5-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-5-...1001306746

$179 -Bosch CORE18V 3-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CORE18V-3-Tool-18-Volt-Power-Tool-Combo-Kit-with-Soft-Case-Charger-Included-and-2-Batteries-Included/1001310380​ [lowes.com]

$179 - Bosch CORE18V 3-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CO...1001310366

$229 - Bosch 5-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-5-...1001310422

$179 - Bosch CORE18V 2-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 3-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CO...1001310408

$229 - Bosch CORE18V 4-Tool 18-Volt Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 3-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CORE18V-4-Tool-18-Volt-Power-Tool-Combo-Kit-with-Soft-Case-Charger-Included-and-3-Batteries-Included/1001306760​ [lowes.com]








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Anything brushless? If it's called the Freak and is not brushless, what the freak is the brushless called?

Kidding aside, any opinions on the rotary hammer?

Thanks OP!
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Can an impact "driver" remove lugnuts (~ 100+ ft. lbs), or is that reserved for impact "wrenches" only?

Holding out for a combo that:

Powerful enough to remove lugnuts
Brushless preferably
Comes with decent-rated battery

Still holding out...
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The 5 tool combo first listed is a great deal!
In my zip code 81501 the price is 179 instead of the 229 in post YMMV
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The 5 tool combo first listed is a great deal!
In my zip code 81501 the price is 179 instead of the 229 in post YMMV
I only see the 3-tool sets for $179. Where is the 5-tool set for $179?
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The 5 tool combo first listed is a great deal!
In my zip code 81501 the price is 179 instead of the 229 in post YMMV
Are you certain. I just tried the zip code and surrounding area all are $229
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Can an impact "driver" remove lugnuts (~ 100+ ft. lbs), or is that reserved for impact "wrenches" only?

Holding out for a combo that:

Powerful enough to remove lugnuts
Brushless preferably
Comes with decent-rated battery

Still holding out...
Get the Ridgid 5 tool $249 combo. That kit has the tool to remove lug nut for sure
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Any thoughts on this rotary hammer vs the corded one with the hepa filter from a few weeks ago?
Wondering if I should return and buy this one instead.
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Any thoughts on this rotary hammer vs the corded one with the hepa filter from a few weeks ago?
Wondering if I should return and buy this one instead.
The corded one is more powerful, but I think this is the better deal here.
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Quote from gottahaveSD
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Anything brushless? If it's called the Freak and is not brushless, what the freak is the brushless called?

Kidding aside, any opinions on the rotary hammer?

Thanks OP!
There is both a brushless and non brushless version of the freak. I know confusing, however they do look dissimilar.
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Quote from NoelV7557
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Can an impact "driver" remove lugnuts (~ 100+ ft. lbs), or is that reserved for impact "wrenches" only?

Holding out for a combo that:

Powerful enough to remove lugnuts
Brushless preferably
Comes with decent-rated battery

Still holding out...
A decent impact driver with a decent socket adapter (to limit torque loss as much as possible) can do clean lug nuts no problem. The $90 Milwaukee brushless and $100 Makita brushless from the holidays both could do 125ftlbs no problem. But if the lugs are all rusty, or way over torqued you're going to need a bigger tool. The weight of the hammer in the impact is directly related to the torque it can produce, so companies are having to balance weight vs power in these impacts.

If you're a car guy who rotates tires regularly and such to keep the lugs from seizing, a decent impact driver should be enough. For rusty lugs and other car stuff, the Ridgid 1/2" Impact wrench is a better fit.
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Anyone know the model number of the hammer drill included? Can't seem to find it on Lowe's website.
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Quote from NoelV7557
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Can an impact "driver" remove lugnuts (~ 100+ ft. lbs), or is that reserved for impact "wrenches" only?

Holding out for a combo that:

Powerful enough to remove lugnuts
Brushless preferably
Comes with decent-rated battery

Still holding out...
I have this exact combination impact "wrench" and it removes my car tires with no effort.
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Anyone know the model number of the hammer drill included? Can't seem to find it on Lowe's website.
GBH18V-20N, it's a rotary hammer. Not to be confused with a "hammer drill".
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Still waiting to get my rebate approved from the last time they did this deal. Beware it's a huge hassle. I'm going to keep jumping through the Hoops as long as there is a hoop available though. We'll see
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