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6-Tool DeWALT 20-Volt MAX Brushless Combo Kit + 2x 4.0Ah Batteries w/ Case EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 6-Tool DeWALT 20-Volt MAX Cordless Brushless Power Tool Combo Kit + 2 Batteries, Charger & ToughSystem Rolling Tool Box (DCKTS600M2) for $499. Shipping is free. Thanks ALL7353

Includes:
  • 1/2" Atomic Hammer Drill (DCD709)
  • 3/4" Atomic Impact Driver (DCF809)
  • Atomic Oscillating Multi-Tool (DCS354)
  • 4-1/2 - 5" Paddle Switch Angle Grinder (DCG416)
  • 3/8" XR Impact Wrench (DCF890)
  • 7-1/4" Circular Saw (DCS573)
  • 2x 4.0Ah Batteries (20V MAX XR)
  • Charger
  • ToughSystem Rolling Tool Box
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  • Compatible with all 20V MAX and FLEXVOLT batteries.
  • 3 Year Limited Warranty and 1 Year Free Service. -powerfuldoppler

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Product Overview
Get this kit of powerful, high-performance cordless power tools.The 6-Tool Combo Kit includes a 20V MAX* 7 1/4 in. Circular Saw with FLEXVOLT ADVANTAGE™ tool technology, 4 1/2- 5in. Grinder with FLEXVOLT ADVANTAGE™ tool technology,

ATOMIC Hammer Drill/driver, ATOMIC Impact Driver, ATOMIC Oscillating Multi-Tool, and an XR® Impact Wrench. This kit also includes two 20V MAX* XR® 4.0Ah batteries, a charger, and the TOUGHSYSTEM® Rolling Tool Box.

INCREASED EFFICIENCY AND RUNTIME: The brushless motors increased efficiency and runtime of all the tools

DCD709/DCF809/DCS354: ATOMIC Compact Series™ with brushless motors combines performance and durability in a compact format. It is optimized for tight spaces, overhead work, and for long periods of use.

DCG416: Up to 54% more power when paired with FLEXVOLT® batteries vs. a DEWALT® DCB205 5.0Ah battery (FLEXVOLT® batteries and DCB205 sold separately)
DCF890: The 20V MAX* XR® 3/8 in. Impact Wrench has max torque of 150 ft-lb in a compact package for a variety of different fastening applications

DCS573: Up to 77% more power when paired with FLEXVOLT® batteries vs. a

DEWALT® DCB205 5.0Ah battery (FLEXVOLT® batteries and DCB205 sold separately)
Two 20V MAX* XR® 4.0Ah batteries for extended runtime.

COMPATIBLE with all 20V MAX* and FLEXVOLT® batteries

Where did I hear about it?

Tool Boss YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W...b1w03c010c

Jeff O'stroff YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBeH-Fqw5Yw

******My personal Home Depot Notes and YouTube channels recommendations ****************************************************************************************************
- Internet #314115223
- Model #DCKTS600M2
- Store SKU #1005599476

$499, 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Combo Kit (6-Tool) with ToughSystem, (2) 4.0Ah Batteries and Charger

- $199 (Bare toll online), 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw with FLEXVOLT ADVANTAGE (Tool Only)
- $199 (Bare toll online), Switch Angle Grinder with FLEXVOLT ADVANTAGE (Tool Only)
- $169 (Bare tool online) 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion 3/8 in. Cordless Compact Impact Wrench (Tool-Only)
- $378, 3 tool kit, & 2.0 20 volt batteries, ATOMIC 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion Cordless Hammer Drill/Impact Combo Kit (2-Tool) with ATOMIC 20V Oscillating Tool (Tool-Only)
DCD709: Atomic hammer drill/driver (Separate kits for $129)
DCF809: Atomic impact driver (Separate kits for $129)
DCS354B: Atomic Multitool ($99 Bare tool)
- $79 (Bare toll online), ToughSystem 2.0 Large Mobile Toolbox
or
$96.99, DeWalt ToughSystem DS450 22 in. 17 Gal. Mobile Tool Box
- $179.00 (approximately) for the two 4.0 batteries
- $79.00 (approximately) for the battery charger (doesn't tell which model)?

DEWALT 20-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Combo Kit (6-Tool) with ToughSystem, (2) 4.0Ah Batteries and Charger

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Not just DIY users. Plenty of pros use these tools. This deal kills the m18 package deals. If you are starting from scratch this would be a great start.
Still a good deal but seems like at least 1 of the batteries should be a flexvolt considering it has 2 flexvolt advantage tools
It is a reference to the motor. My very elementary understanding is that brushed motors cause friction/heat and require eventual maintenance, while brushless is mostly free from friction and can last much longer without repair/replacement. I believe brushless is also more efficient while just as powerful. I asked myself the same question and looked it up on youtube.

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This a good deal for you average home DIY projects?
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This a good deal for you average home DIY projects?
I use some of the tools in this package as a DIY homeowner. I would absolutely recommend them. They are dependable and the batteries last a long time. They also charge super quick. This seems like a super deal. The drills and saw sell for $100 each or more. The batteries aren't cheap either.
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This a good deal for you average home DIY projects?
I'd get Ryobi as a homeowner honestly. Great tools and there's always a great deal for some tool or battery. Plus you get a absolutely massive variety of tools that use the same batteries.
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This a good deal for you average home DIY projects?
Not just DIY users. Plenty of pros use these tools. This deal kills the m18 package deals. If you are starting from scratch this would be a great start.
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I'd get Ryobi as a homeowner honestly. Great tools and there's always a great deal for some tool or battery. Plus you get a absolutely massive variety of tools that use the same batteries.
Ryobi prices have shot up lately. They do offer some quirky products you won't find elsewhere like the pressure washer.
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I'd get Ryobi as a homeowner honestly. Great tools and there's always a great deal for some tool or battery. Plus you get a absolutely massive variety of tools that use the same batteries.
Wait until Black Friday if you want some good deals on Ryobi but Skil, Kobalt, Hart Power tool are coming in strong to give Ryobi some competition. The Ryobi HP line is expanding. They have to be careful and not Black and Decker themselves out of the tool business. .
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Cheaper than m18 but huge drop in quality.
I have both. Milwaukee has a better warranty and better service for their tools. Quality about the same but The Fuel line is awesome.
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This plus a quality recip saw and you are all set
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Still a good deal but seems like at least 1 of the batteries should be a flexvolt considering it has 2 flexvolt advantage tools
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Brushless is the way to go, though can be overkill for a casual homeowner. I swear by the Milwaukee M12/M18 Fuel stuff, but there are a few Dewalt tools that I really like like their sheet sander and oscillating tool (the "Atomic multitool" tool that is included in this set, highly regarded)

I tend to buy Milwaukee when I can and use Dewalt to fill the gaps, most of my heavy equipment like the table, mitre, router, and track saws are also Dewalt.

I do like their Tough system though and have some of their wall bracket systems for storing them on the wall so you won't go wrong with one of those cases.
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this has the atomic line of tools.

there were and should be much better deals later this year.

i would pass

pesonally a lot of these tools i need to be electric.. circular saw, oscillating tool

for a homeowner diy, most of these tools are better to have corded version.. endless max power with an extension cable

the impact wrench is a fairly low torque rating..
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this has the atomic line of tools.

there were and should be much better deals later this year.

i would pass

pesonally a lot of these tools i need to be electric.. circular saw, oscillating tool

for a homeowner diy, most of these tools are better to have corded version.. endless max power with an extension cable

the impact wrench is a fairly low torque rating..
What better deals on atomic or otherwise have you found thats beats this deal?
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