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DeWalt 12" 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Chainsaw + 5Ah Battery EXPIRED

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Grainger.com has DeWalt 12" 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Chainsaw + Bonus 20V 5Ah Battery on sale for $149. Shipping is $16.42.

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  • DeWalt 12" 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Chainsaw (DCCS620B)
  • DeWalt 20V 5Ah Battery (DCB205)
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Free in-store pickup. Shipping makes the deal not as sweet, but if you are able to pick this up it's a great deal!

https://www.grainger.com/product/...-in-317D25

This would be an okay deal with the chainsaw alone, but coupled with the 5ah battery this is a smoking deal!
Competitor pricing is around 220
https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DCC...B00GLI0VRM OOS

CCC on Amazon shows the lowest price for this set was 199.00 on Aug 31, 2018.
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in for one. local pickup.
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Looks like these deals are for tool + battery, only and a battery charger is sold separately for $101.56! Talk about a deal killer!

This is only mentioned on the 22" hedge trimmer page under a section called "required accessories". WTF.
Or you could just hop on Ebay and pick up a brand new DCB115 for like $25. Should work just fine for 20v stuff. I think even the DCB118s only run around $45.
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About how many zombies could this kill with the 5ah battery? I don't mean injuring, severed limbs and whatnot, I mean completely through the neck.
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I'm waiting for the Milwaukee to go on sale because I would like a smaller electric chainsaw instead of dragging out the large gas one that I have. Anyone have experience with this? I would need a charger but looks like an amazing deal.
I have the Milwaukee chainsaw and it's a surprisingly good chainsaw. Good weight/balance and it tore through several large trees without issue. I know we have come a long way with electric tools but I'm still always amazed at just how well some of these traditional gas-only tools perform.
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I'm waiting for the Milwaukee to go on sale because I would like a smaller electric chainsaw instead of dragging out the large gas one that I have. Anyone have experience with this? I would need a charger but looks like an amazing deal.
Have both.

The Milwaukee one leaks more and isn't just longer, but cuts better. The power of the Milwaukee is substantially more.

The battery placement on the Dewalt feels weird while the Milwaukee takes the massive large ones (that I received with it) and the typical ones you'd find. Take out the battery and you have a nice little compartment for gloves or bar oil.

Both are about the same amount of weight and if place the Dewalt into the smaller and lighter category (cutting branches / limbs) while I'll use the Milwaukee to cut rounds to size for when I need to throw them into the fire place.

If you don't need, or have an option, then go for the Milwaukee.

I'd set the Dewalt for $100 and the Milwaukee for $150, in terms of value
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Have both.

The Milwaukee one leaks more and isn't just longer, but cuts better. The power of the Milwaukee is substantially more.

The battery placement on the Dewalt feels weird while the Milwaukee takes the massive large ones (that I received with it) and the typical ones you'd find. Take out the battery and you have a nice little compartment for gloves or bar oil.

Both are about the same amount of weight and if place the Dewalt into the smaller and lighter category (cutting branches / limbs) while I'll use the Milwaukee to cut rounds to size for when I need to throw them into the fire place.

If you don't need, or have an option, then go for the Milwaukee.

I'd set the Dewalt for $100 and the Milwaukee for $150, in terms of value
How do either of them compare to corded 15A chainsaw? I have a corded snowjoe chainsaw that's been surprisingly useful (14" I think?) With the only drawback it's corded.
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Looking for a good blower, any recommendation and why?
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does this deal come with the battery charger as well?
Click the link or read the title....
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Perks of the job....no tax and free delivery!
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if not mistaken, chaps don't work for electric saws correct? would this also go for battery powered saws as well?
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Handheld Blower + Flexvolt Battery $199
https://www.grainger.com/product/...ype-165GV9 [grainger.com]
Jeez...a blower - just a piece of plastic with a motor is more expensive than a chainsaw? How does that make any sense? And they say it's normally cost $595??
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I got a Wen electric for $50 on Amazon last week.
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if not mistaken, chaps don't work for electric saws correct? would this also go for battery powered saws as well?
Say what?
Please don't use a chainsaw. You're unqualified - trust me.
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A great Walking Dead: Onslaught add-on.
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