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DeWALT Xtreme 12-Volt Max Brushless Cordless Impact Driver w/ 2 Batteries EXPIRED

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Lowe's has DeWALT Xtreme 12-Volt Max Variable Speed Brushless Cordless Impact Driver w/ 2 Batteries (DCF801F2) for $79 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits.

CPO Commerce via eBay also has DeWALT Xtreme 12-Volt Max Variable Speed Brushless Cordless Impact Driver w/ 2 Batteries (DCF801F2) for $79. Shipping is free.

Thanks to community member jonathankpa for finding this deal.

Includes:
  • DeWALT DCF801B 12V Max Brushless 1/4" Impact Driver
  • 2x 2.0Ah DCB122 12V Max Batteries
  • DCB112 12V and 20V Max Charger
  • Belt Clip
  • Kit Bag

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This impact driver is 5.05 inches long, rated to produce 1,450 in-lbs of torque, with 3 LED lights on nose for work surface illumination, a brushless motor and 3 mode settings including the Precision Drive feature for accuracy. The batteries feature a state of charge indicator.
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Dewalt impact driver at this price with all this! Shows as $79 in the Lowes app for my area. The website version says "View lower price in cart" and then shows $79 in the cart. Enjoy! Not a frequent poster, so.... suggestions welcome.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000981054
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People are talking out their ass. This tool is absolutely amazing in weight and power specs. I'd put any of the 12V Dewalt tools against their 12V competitors any day of the week.

That said, the key downfall with Dewalt 12V line is lack of tool variety. I typically use 20V system for anything outside of drilling, so for drills the Dewalt 12V drills have been my favorite tool since coming out.

I own into 12V, 18V & 20V Dewalt. I own 12V and 20V Bosch, I own 12V Milwaukee jigsaw and drill and some 20V Milwaukee. I have 18V Makita. I own a few other brands (B&D, Kobalt, Craftsman, etc...but don't think they really compare).
I may do this just for S&G, but I don't see any personal need for the drill on the 2 tool kit, as I have plenty of drill variations. This impact kit is what my boss would use on the daily as a master electrician because it's small and light. The basic battery would usually last all day for pinner screws and anything you wouldn't do by hand. I bought the DeWalt DCF887 impact because it's stronger and still light and has settings but he said to just get this. This is barely a couple ounces lighter, depending on the battery you use. I'd get this because of the compatibility with my radios, chargers and other peripherals, and I personally like how it works.

I already have the 20V 1/4" and 1/2" impacts. Someone will complain about anything, but this is not a bad tool if you are invested in DeWalt or already have some of these. If not, see what you like and if this line is what you want to invest in.

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Black Mikita compact 18 volt are the best lightest on the market
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People are talking out their ass. This tool is absolutely amazing in weight and power specs. I'd put any of the 12V Dewalt tools against their 12V competitors any day of the week.

That said, the key downfall with Dewalt 12V line is lack of tool variety. I typically use 20V system for anything outside of drilling, so for drills the Dewalt 12V drills have been my favorite tool since coming out.

I own into 12V, 18V & 20V Dewalt. I own 12V and 20V Bosch, I own 12V Milwaukee jigsaw and drill and some 20V Milwaukee. I have 18V Makita. I own a few other brands (B&D, Kobalt, Craftsman, etc...but don't think they really compare).
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I may do this just for S&G, but I don't see any personal need for the drill on the 2 tool kit, as I have plenty of drill variations. This impact kit is what my boss would use on the daily as a master electrician because it's small and light. The basic battery would usually last all day for pinner screws and anything you wouldn't do by hand. I bought the DeWalt DCF887 impact because it's stronger and still light and has settings but he said to just get this. This is barely a couple ounces lighter, depending on the battery you use. I'd get this because of the compatibility with my radios, chargers and other peripherals, and I personally like how it works.

I already have the 20V 1/4" and 1/2" impacts. Someone will complain about anything, but this is not a bad tool if you are invested in DeWalt or already have some of these. If not, see what you like and if this line is what you want to invest in.
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Great light option with plenty of power for most jobs. The drill is also $79 as well. Even includes a hammer drill setting. Nice set and comes with 2 batteries too. Awesome!
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Great light option with plenty of power for most jobs. The drill is also $79 as well. Even includes a hammer drill setting. Nice set and comes with 2 batteries too. Awesome!
Yes this set is good. I beat up this same set at work for 3 years with no trouble except for short battery life at times.
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Thanks. Seems like a great deal for 2 batteries.
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I have no tools, so not married to any brand. I am a new homeowner and need a drill plus whatever may be good for the price. Should I get this, or one of the larger "get a free tool" sets from HD?
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I have no tools, so not married to any brand. I am a new homeowner and need a drill plus whatever may be good for the price. Should I get this, or one of the larger "get a free tool" sets from HD?
This would be a great starter kit. You can also charge the 20volt Dewalt batteries in the same charger.

If was in need for something for the house or buying as a gift I'd get this for sure.

Don't forget a bit set.
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I have no tools, so not married to any brand. I am a new homeowner and need a drill plus whatever may be good for the price. Should I get this, or one of the larger "get a free tool" sets from HD?
For new homeowner, highly recommend Ryobi brushless 18V line. By far the most versatile for a new ecosystem. I have 5x ecosystems including dewalt 20V and Flexvolt. They are indeed great, but not something I would recommend as a starter set.
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People are talking out their ass. This tool is absolutely amazing in weight and power specs. I'd put any of the 12V Dewalt tools against their 12V competitors any day of the week.

That said, the key downfall with Dewalt 12V line is lack of tool variety. I typically use 20V system for anything outside of drilling, so for drills the Dewalt 12V drills have been my favorite tool since coming out.

I own into 12V, 18V & 20V Dewalt. I own 12V and 20V Bosch, I own 12V Milwaukee jigsaw and drill and some 20V Milwaukee. I have 18V Makita. I own a few other brands (B&D, Kobalt, Craftsman, etc...but don't think they really compare).
The only 12v competitor will be Milwaukee 12v, and DeWalt has absolutely nothing to compete with. DeWalt is losing this war big time.
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