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DEWALT 2-Tool 12V MAX LI-ION Cordless Drill/Driver + Impact Driver Combo Kit with Soft Case $99

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Lowes.com has DEWALT 2-Tool 12V MAX LI-ION Cordless Drill/Driver + Impact Driver Combo Kit with Soft Case (Charger Included and 2.0Ah Battery Included) on sale for $99. Shipping is free and store pickup option also available.

Includes 2x batteries

Model #DCK211S2


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Online description says 2.0Ah batteries, but they are 1.5Ah (DCB120).
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The batteries are 2.0Ah
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1st gen set, not brushless
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Quote from knive :
Online description says 2.0Ah batteries, but they are 1.5Ah (DCB120).
DeWalt makes their labeling/configurations so confusing. From the pics and detailed description on the Lowes and the DeWalt sites, this DeWalt kit model # DCK211SK comes with two DCB120 batteries which I "think" is a 1.5 Ah battery. But then some of this kits reviews are from 2011, so maybe DeWalt bumped them up to 2.0 in later years? Totally guessing here.
And like what's the difference compared to a DCB127 and what the hell is 'XR Lithium'?

edit- When I check this kit on Amazon, the reviewers from the last year say the got 2.0 batteries. Also Black & Decker chimed in on the Q&A 10 months ago and also said they're 2.0 Ah.
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DeWalt makes their labeling/configurations so confusing. From the pics and detailed description on the Lowes and the DeWalt sites, this DeWalt kit model # DCK211SK comes with two DCB120 batteries which I "think" is a 1.5 Ah battery. But then some of this kits reviews are from 2011, so maybe DeWalt bumped them up to 2.0 in later years? Totally guessing here.
This kit is almost 10 years old. They're not going to even give you the dcb127 (yellow top) 2.0 -which didn't have the fuel gauge for this price. The S2 at the end of the kit model number signifies that they are the old 1.5Ah.
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So for the everyday at home user........good or no?
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So for the everyday at home user........good or no?
It is a good set for the home DIY and it will last a long time.
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So for the everyday at home user........good or no?
It's OK but these days better deals are out there.

If I was starting out and looking for a 12v line, I would go with Milwaukee 12v over Dewalt.

More variety of tools, many are brushless, better batteries, and more frequent deals pop up for Milwaukee 12v.
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Quote from xtrabad :
It's OK but these days better deals are out there.

If I was starting out and looking for a 12v line, I would go with Milwaukee 12v over Dewalt.

More variety of tools, many are brushless, and more frequent deals pop up for Milwaukee 12v.
I have a 20v dewalt drill. Looking for a 20v impact as well. I would like to stay w the same batteries if possible.
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I have a 20v dewalt drill. Looking for a 20v impact as well. I would like to stay w the same batteries if possible.
This deal is for 12v. You want to search deals for Dewalt 20v .
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This deal is for 12v. You want to search deals for Dewalt 20v .
Yes understood. For that price of 99....still debating it
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So for the everyday at home user........good or no?
12 volt is a good option for a diy homeowner. But do yourself a favor and pay the extra $50 for the xtreme brushless set.
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One needs some experiences to appreciate why brushless is better, the $149 extreme set are better deal. Dewalt 12V tools have better ergonomics, their handles are not fatter than their 20V tools.
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Forget brushless, these weren't even good on the brushed lineup. Buy literally anything else.
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