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20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit (7-Tool) with ToughSystem $499

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This 20V MAX* Cordless Compact 7-Tool Combo Kit includes one 4 Ah battery and two compact 2 Ah batteries. It's a versatile kit, featuring our a brushless hammer drill which is lightweight and compact for big jobs in tight spaces. The impact driver has a 2-speed transmission with up to 1500 RPMs for a range of fastening and drilling applications. Cut 2x4 lumber at a 45-degree angle in a single pass using the Circular Saw with included 6-1/2 in. Carbide Blade. The brushless random orbial sander has a variable speed dial for control from 8,000 – 12,000 OPM to match the speed to the application. The Grinder features Quick-Change™ wheel release for fast and easy wheel changes. . The bright LED Flashlight illuminates your work area with 110 lumens. The Oscillating Multi-Tool features a 3-speed selector allowing users to choose their speed setting based on application.
  • DCD796 Hammer drill is compact (7.5 in.) front to back and lightweight (2.7 lbs. tool only) to fit into tight areas
  • DCW210 Has variable speed control from 8,000 – 12,000 OPM to match the speed to the application.
  • DCF885 1/4 in. Impact Driver offers single-handed loading for its hex chuck that accepts 1 in. bit tips
  • DCS393 Circular Saw with 6-1/2 in. carbide blade can cut 2x4 lumber at a 45-degree angle in a single pass
  • DCG412 Grinder provides high power for cutting and grinding with an 8,000 RPM motor
  • DCL040 is a bright flashlight with LED output of 110 lumens
  • DCS356 has a 3-speed selector that allows users to choose their speed setting based on application
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Back in stock online.
I don't need the tools yet. Think this is a good deal or wait for BF?
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Only hammer drill, oscillating tool, and sander are brushless.
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This is normal price for Home Depot. This set has been $499 since I kept track. Only oscillating tool is top notch. Even the XR hammer drill is the cheap compact one. It's not the top notch DCD966B hammer drill. Circular saw and grinder isn't brushless. The only bonus is it has a light included (I'd just use my iPhone)
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This is normal price for Home Depot. This set has been $499 since I kept track. Only oscillating tool is top notch. Even the XR hammer drill is the cheap compact one. It's not the top notch DCD966B hammer drill. Circular saw and grinder isn't brushless. The only bonus is it has a light included (I'd just use my iPhone)
If you aren't a construction worker/handy man is this a good deal for someone that just wants some quality tool for projects around home? I have a need for basically every item here.
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If you aren't a construction worker/handy man is this a good deal for someone that just wants some quality tool for projects around home? I have a need for basically every item here.
It's an okay deal if you are actually going to REALLY REALLY use all the tools. I bought this deal back in July for exact same price to do beginner flooring. Turns out all I needed was oscillating tool. Batteries and charger combo can be bought for cheap on eBay or fasteners.net (official Dewalt reseller). That storage box is crazy big BTW
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If you aren't a construction worker/handy man is this a good deal for someone that just wants some quality tool for projects around home? I have a need for basically every item here.
Yes, it is... The brushless vs brushed argument is really not an issue for around home projects and the brushed tools mostly used to be top line before the brushless craze. I personally prefer the 885 impact driver over the 887 for like let's say a few hundred deck screws... A lot of contractors do also... Someone else noted Ryobi or Craftsman would do fine also and they would, but if you have a few more bucks and want a name line like DeWalt, this is a great deal with the larger batt and the toughsystem rolling box being key items putting the deal over the top imho.

The only problem will be that you will continue to be tempted by other deals forever...and like a jigsaw or recip saw will beckon.. I can attest that my DeWalt hamer drill beats the poo out of the roughly equivalent Ryobi. I had a shutter project with two sizes of masonry holes so was using both so I didn't have to change out bits. I ended up using the DeWalt only as it was that much better. Same with a Ryobi jigsaw vs DeWalt. Night and day difference... I have a post on Reddit showing the difference same operators same saw blade, totally different results with the guide on the Ryobi acting more as a suggestion for the saw...
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the circular saw is 6 1/4 and seems not a brushless tool, also the grinder is not brushless.
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