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Back in Stock at Home Depot - 18-Volt X2 LXT (36-Volt) Brushless Cordless 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw Kit with four 5.0Ah Battery Pack $250

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Return the extra batteries if you don't need them and you'll get around $110ish back. Total will be roughly $160 net after tax
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Aaaaaaaand it's sold out again.
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Aaaaaaaand it's sold out again.
Didn't take long. This deal is supposed to be good until August according to Makita's website, just hard to find someone that can keep it in stock
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do it separately..

add this saw

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit...282463-_-N

then select the batteries of choice below that.

also works with the rear handle saw
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Can't decide between the rear handle or the standard one so I ordered both Smilie

Can someone help in highlighting the difference and pros/cons for a beginner wood worker?
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Can't decide between the rear handle or the standard one so I ordered both Smilie

Can someone help in highlighting the difference and pros/cons for a beginner wood worker?
This is a holy war question between some woodworkers. But look up worm drive vs. sidewinder and read all the passionate reviews and explanations.
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I grabbed this the last time around. The box was shipped to the wrong address and I had a hell of time with Fedex. Then, a neighbor brings it over.

So, the box is completely torn up and retaped together, but it clearly looks like it was done by home depot. Upon opening, the main tool was not covered with cellophane like the other stuff, although it looked new. There were two batteries locked into the tool which were completely dead!

I thought about returning it, but decided to keep it simply because I don't want to go to Home Depot. The batteries did charge to the fullest. If I had to guess, I think HD pieced this kit together from separate returns on a piece by piece basis.
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