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DeWALT 7-Tool 20V MAX Power Tool Combo Kit w/ Rolling Bag, 2 Batteries & Charger EXPIRED

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Lowe's has DeWALT 7-Tool 20V MAX Power Tool Combo Kit w/ Rolling Bag, 2 Batteries & Charger (DCKSS721D2) on sale for $399. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks Sandlotje

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Includes:
  • 1/2" DCD771 cordless drill/driver
  • 1/4" cordless impact driver
  • 6-1/2" DCS393 circular saw
  • DCL040 work light
  • DCS381 reciprocating saw
  • DCS355 oscillating multi-tool
  • DCG412 grinder
  • DCB112 charger
  • 2x 20V MAX 2Ah lithium ion batteries
  • Large rolling contractor bag
  • 3-Year limited warranty
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- Drill/driver
- Impact Driver
- Circular saw
- Grinder
- Light
- Brushless oscillating multitool
- Wheeled case
- Two 2.0Ah batteries
​- Charger
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Last Edited by bryan305 May 11, 2020 at 10:14 AM
The differences to the Home Depot 7 tool deal

The $100 difference is:

A hard case (vs rolling)
one extra battery a 4AH
The drill/driver is brushless - HD is hammer drill.
The oscillating multi-tool is brushless (Incorrect) - Both are brushless
The grinder is brushless (Incorrect) - Grinders are the same (DCG412)
You get a sander instead of a reciprocating saw


The light, impact driver, circular saw, charger, 2 2AH batteries seem to be the same.

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Meh

Let me explain..

While this isn't a horrible deal and you're getting DeWalt quality no matter what (thats a good thing).. these are all really old DeWalt tools except for the multitool. If you need all of this and are a casual DIY'er then I think it easily beats the latest Ryobi has to offer at the same sale price (even for Ryobi this would be a good deal).

Here's the but part..

If you're like me, you want a circular saw that's not using old technology, old battery efficiencies then you might want to think twice. The circular saw for example uses a smaller blade so the depth of cut will be limited as will sales on blades for 6.5". The reciprocating saw is waaay longer than DeWalts previous version and its current version. The grinder isn't bad so long as you dont need to run it a lot (remember, efficiency upgrades). For the drill set, you're not getting the best chuck and at that size you can get hammer functionality albeit will make it heavier. The flashlight shouldn't be counted as a power tool, the batteries are ultra low capacity thus not allowing these tools to run their best and that charger is a 'slow' charger. The bag.. I mean yeah cool, its a bag with wheels.

Just my two cents.
Someone earlier mentioned "DeWalt quality" (which I guess is true since it is DeWalt after all), but what they failed to mention is that there are many different quality levels of DeWalt.
Not a bad deal if you want a one and done sort of kit.
Only thing I would take note of, the brushed angle grinder and reciprocating saw will easily chew through those 2ah batteries very fast. The circular saw too, but you can get several decent sized cuts with one battery, so its not really an issue for entry level.

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I mean for that price you absolutely can't go wrong. If you need to make money back selling a few components on flea-bay may help out in tough times. Thanks OP great deal for getting back to work.
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Got my 10% coupon will pick up in the morning. Brickseek shows 13 available at my local lowes.
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Not a bad deal if you want a one and done sort of kit.
Only thing I would take note of, the brushed angle grinder and reciprocating saw will easily chew through those 2ah batteries very fast. The circular saw too, but you can get several decent sized cuts with one battery, so its not really an issue for entry level.
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Got my 10% coupon will pick up in the morning. Brickseek shows 13 available at my local lowes.
Did you see anywhere that it was in store only? I thought they would ship it for free, I don't want to miss it.
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Did you see anywhere that it was in store only? I thought they would ship it for free, I don't want to miss it.
My coupon I bought is in store only
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Got my 10% coupon will pick up in the morning. Brickseek shows 13 available at my local lowes.
Do the 10% lowe's ebay codes work on this? I want to get a code too off ebay but they say "not valid for ON SALE or DISCOUNTED items". Let us know how it goes tomorrow.
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Got my 10% coupon will pick up in the morning. Brickseek shows 13 available at my local lowes.
South MS?
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Do the 10% lowe's ebay codes work on this? I want to get a code too off ebay but they say "not valid for ON SALE or DISCOUNTED items". Let us know how it goes tomorrow.
Yeah i bought one only to find out it says not valid for on sale. Doubt it will work.
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Meh

Let me explain..

While this isn't a horrible deal and you're getting DeWalt quality no matter what (thats a good thing).. these are all really old DeWalt tools except for the multitool. If you need all of this and are a casual DIY'er then I think it easily beats the latest Ryobi has to offer at the same sale price (even for Ryobi this would be a good deal).

Here's the but part..

If you're like me, you want a circular saw that's not using old technology, old battery efficiencies then you might want to think twice. The circular saw for example uses a smaller blade so the depth of cut will be limited as will sales on blades for 6.5". The reciprocating saw is waaay longer than DeWalts previous version and its current version. The grinder isn't bad so long as you dont need to run it a lot (remember, efficiency upgrades). For the drill set, you're not getting the best chuck and at that size you can get hammer functionality albeit will make it heavier. The flashlight shouldn't be counted as a power tool, the batteries are ultra low capacity thus not allowing these tools to run their best and that charger is a 'slow' charger. The bag.. I mean yeah cool, its a bag with wheels.

Just my two cents.
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Meh

Let me explain..

While this isn't a horrible deal and you're getting DeWalt quality no matter what (thats a good thing).. these are all really old DeWalt tools except for the multitool. If you need all of this and are a casual DIY'er then I think it easily beats the latest Ryobi has to offer at the same sale price (even for Ryobi this would be a good deal).

Here's the but part..

If you're like me, you want a circular saw that's not using old technology, old battery efficiencies then you might want to think twice. The circular saw for example uses a smaller blade so the depth of cut will be limited as will sales on blades for 6.5". The reciprocating saw is waaay longer than DeWalts previous version and its current version. The grinder isn't bad so long as you dont need to run it a lot (remember, efficiency upgrades). For the drill set, you're not getting the best chuck and at that size you can get hammer functionality albeit will make it heavier. The flashlight shouldn't be counted as a power tool, the batteries are ultra low capacity thus not allowing these tools to run their best and that charger is a 'slow' charger. The bag.. I mean yeah cool, its a bag with wheels.

Just my two cents.
I'm gonna buy for the sawzall, oscillating tool, and grinder. I think I can resell the rest and get my money back.
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I have the similar kit they offer around Christmas with the hammer drill two 5amp with one 2amp batteries and the hard case at $499. You can find that offer in SD's search. Given those differences this is a respectable price. It is a great way to get a well rounded set of tools.

Someone just posted the deal I mention as being active. https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/14032691
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Meh

Let me explain..

While this isn't a horrible deal and you're getting DeWalt quality no matter what (thats a good thing).. these are all really old DeWalt tools except for the multitool. If you need all of this and are a casual DIY'er then I think it easily beats the latest Ryobi has to offer at the same sale price (even for Ryobi this would be a good deal).

Here's the but part..

If you're like me, you want a circular saw that's not using old technology, old battery efficiencies then you might want to think twice. The circular saw for example uses a smaller blade so the depth of cut will be limited as will sales on blades for 6.5". The reciprocating saw is waaay longer than DeWalts previous version and its current version. The grinder isn't bad so long as you dont need to run it a lot (remember, efficiency upgrades). For the drill set, you're not getting the best chuck and at that size you can get hammer functionality albeit will make it heavier. The flashlight shouldn't be counted as a power tool, the batteries are ultra low capacity thus not allowing these tools to run their best and that charger is a 'slow' charger. The bag.. I mean yeah cool, its a bag with wheels.

Just my two cents.
Couldn't disagree with this more. At $399 this is a steal. Complaining about it being "old technology" is ridiculous. When I buy tools. hopefully they'll all last a long time and be "old technology" by time I need to replace them. Dewalt tools have a reputation for doing just that. As far as power, these are the 20V Max, and as far as I know this is still being used with their newer tools. A light not a power tool? Actually they are and you appreciate them when you need them. I can't count the times that I was doing a job, even at home, and it got dark outside and I needed to be able to make accurate cuts and had to have a light like this so I could see. Nothing worse than being 15 minutes from finishing a project, but you have to stop because you can't line up a saw due to poor lighting. Just my two cents.
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