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Makita 18V X2 LXT Brushless Cordless Rear/Top Handle Circular Saw w/ Battery Set EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Makita 18V X2 LXT Brushless Cordless Rear or Top Handle Circular Saw w/ Battery Set on sale for $249 listed below. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free curbside pickup as an alterative option.

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  • Includes 3-year limited warranty w/ purchase (every Makita Lithium-Ion Tool, Battery and Charger from the date of original purchase)



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Home depot right now has a deal if you buy either the top handle or rear handle Makita 18v circular saw kits you get two free 18v 5.0 amp batteries included. The kits come with a dual charger and two 18v 5.0 amp batteries so you get a total of four batteries, the saw and the charger all for $249 with free shipping or ship to store.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../303210533 OOS

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Makit.../307288228
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Deal looks dead. Price to $350 for the saws and no mention of batteries.
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Quote from BeautifulStar162 :
It really depends on the type of work you are expecting to do. If you are going to be working with dimensional lumber (2x4s, etc) then probably a circular saw. If you are going to be working with sheet goods (plywood, etc), then a jigsaw would be better. I'd recommend picking up a corded, used one of whatever you don't get as your primary saw type, as they are both really handy.
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