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DeWalt ATOMIC 20-Volt MAX Brushless Cordless Compact Impact Driver (Tool-Only) with Bonus 20-Volt MAX XR Li-Ion Battery 5.0Ah - $99

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No charger included, in case u were thinking of upgrading from older 12 volt system.
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I already have a DeWalt 20v compact drill so this is a good addition. The battery itself is worth ~$70 I think.
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I already have a DeWalt 20v compact drill so this is a good addition. The battery itself is worth ~$70 I think.
This is a great deal considering they are including 5 amp batteries
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Deal is getting better now.
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Deal is getting better now.
Anyone think we can return the battery?
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Drill + 5A 20V battery combo $100 https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../312046328

Drill goes for ~$61 and Impact goes for ~$66 on eBay, so after fees and shipping, the battery would cost $50-60. I need the battery but already have both tools so not sure if this is worth it for me. Really great price though, thanks OP.
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No charger included, in case u were thinking of upgrading from 12 volt system.
All my 12v tools came with a 20v/12v dual purpose charger. I have never seen a 12v only Dewalt charger. Is that a thing?
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Any thoughts / advice on best deal to start a tool collection from scratch? First time home buyer, and brand agnostic.
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All my 12v tools came with a 20v/12v dual purpose charger. I have never seen a 12v only Dewalt charger. Is that a thing?
I have an older 12 volt system that takes totally different batteries.
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Any thoughts / advice on best deal to start a tool collection from scratch? First time home buyer, and brand agnostic.
I've gotten by mostly with a standard Dewalt drill over the last ten years or so of homeownership. I'm only now looking at impact drivers. Only other power tool I regularly use is an impact wrench to work on my vehicles. Other than that, standard drill has done the vast majority of everything I've ever needed.
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Thank you.

I bought this recently and I think it's overkill. Plus Bosch tool universe is fairly small.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CO...1000279331


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I've gotten by mostly with a standard Dewalt drill over the last ten years or so of homeownership. I'm only now looking at impact drivers. Only other power tool I regularly use is an impact wrench to work on my vehicles. Other than that, standard drill has done the vast majority of everything I've ever needed.
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I've gotten by mostly with a standard Dewalt drill over the last ten years or so of homeownership. I'm only now looking at impact drivers. Only other power tool I regularly use is an impact wrench to work on my vehicles. Other than that, standard drill has done the vast majority of everything I've ever needed.
I did this for years too. But after getting an impact driver 5 years ago, i love it and use it for most jobs instead of my drill. It definitely has advantages over a regular drill
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Thank you.

I bought this recently and I think it's overkill. Plus Bosch tool universe is fairly small.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Bosch-CO...1000279331
Yeah, that's probably very much overkill for normal household needs. If you're drilling through brick, you're all good to go. If you're hanging a picture, this is way overkill. 3/4" drill is extremely large too. My impact wrench for vehicle repairs is only 1/2" and that's suitable for lug nuts and tough bolts.
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Anyone think we can return the battery?
It may not be doable if receipt only lists one item, not 2.
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