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DeWALT 20V MAX XR Brushless 2-Tool Woodworking Kit (Sander + Multi-Tool) EXPIRED

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Acme Tools has DeWALT DCK202P1 20V MAX XR Brushless Cordless 2-Tool Woodworking Kit (Orbital Sander + Multi-Tool) for $199. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • (1) DCW210 20V MAX XR 5" Brushless Cordless Variable-Speed Random Orbital Sander
  • (1) DCS356 20V MAX XR Brushless Cordless 3-Speed Oscillating Multi-Tool
  • (1) DCB205 20V MAX XR 5Ah Battery
  • (1) DCB118 8 Amp Fast Charger

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  • About this product:
    • 4.9 star rating at Amazon
    • 4.2 star rating at Acme Tools
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Great deal IMO. Grey market pricing would put all of this stuff at approximately $275 separately ($55 battery, $45 fast charger, $90 multi-tool, $85 sander). Its also the DCS356, which is the highest end model with the 3-speed control on the bottom.

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Great deal IMO. Grey market pricing would put all of this stuff at approximately $275 separately ($55 battery, $45 fast charger, $90 multi-tool, $85 sander). Its also the DCS356, which is the highest end model with the 3-speed control on the bottom.
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This actually includes the DCS291 Orbital Sander and NOT the Sheet Sander Frown
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This actually includes the DCS291 Orbital Sander and NOT the Sheet Sander Frown
DCW210 5 IN. BRUSHLESS CORDLESS VARIABLE-SPEED RANDOM ORBITAL SANDER <- In this deal.
DCW200 BRUSHLESS CORDLESS 1/4 SHEET VARIABLE SPEED SANDER

kinda odd they got the wrong name in the title... two rather different things Wink
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Tim is great, give him chocolate cake!
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Don't get it for a Christmas gift, review states it apparently ruins the surprise 🤣
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I'm in the market for a sander - are these good? Dewalt is a good name I know, I don't have much in terms of power tools , just some kobolt lawn stuff.

I do need a newer power drill too, I was told 24v is the way to go and I wnat to be able to swap out the batteries with other tools.

I heard Ryobi is trash, craftsman is also trash now.... and Kobalt I don't know much about their Power tools.
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I'm in the market for a sander - are these good? Dewalt is a good name I know, I don't have much in terms of power tools , just some kobolt lawn stuff.

I do need a newer power drill too, I was told 24v is the way to go and I wnat to be able to swap out the batteries with other tools.

I heard Ryobi is trash, craftsman is also trash now.... and Kobalt I don't know much about their Power tools.
Ryobi entry level kits are weak, but their overall series is not trash at all. They have the largest ecosystem with many useful tools. I would recommend them and get a brushless drill model if it's a new ecosystem for a homeowner.

If you're looking for an oscillating tool and a sander then this is a great deal for dewalt. For any brand power tool the key is to buy brushless whenever possible. It costs more for the electronics and motors inside, and it's well worth it. Better torque/ "power", better efficiency, less mechanical wear and tear (longer product life). Brushless tools are very affordable now, and some companies created a mid tier level (between brushed models and their higher end brushless). If you go dewalt for example, you probably want their Max XR series which is their better brushless models instead of "atomic brushless".
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I'm in the market for a sander - are these good? Dewalt is a good name I know, I don't have much in terms of power tools , just some kobolt lawn stuff.

I do need a newer power drill too, I was told 24v is the way to go and I wnat to be able to swap out the batteries with other tools.

I heard Ryobi is trash, craftsman is also trash now.... and Kobalt I don't know much about their Power tools.
Ryobi is not trash. I knew a handyman who used ryobi tools every single day at work and he said they never let him down. At his suggestion, I bought a few ryobi tools. They have always performed well. Most DIY folks aren't going to really beat on their tools. Dewalt and Milwaukee is overkill. You're buying the name.
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Great deal IMO. Grey market pricing would put all of this stuff at approximately $275 separately ($55 battery, $45 fast charger, $90 multi-tool, $85 sander). Its also the DCS356, which is the highest end model with the 3-speed control on the bottom.
If you dont mind me asking. what is the grey market for tools? I keep seeing a lot of local sellers for dewalt products usually 30-40$ less than box store prices. Are there any significant differences in grey market vs box stores
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I'm in the market for a sander - are these good? Dewalt is a good name I know, I don't have much in terms of power tools , just some kobolt lawn stuff.

I do need a newer power drill too, I was told 24v is the way to go and I wnat to be able to swap out the batteries with other tools.

I heard Ryobi is trash, craftsman is also trash now.... and Kobalt I don't know much about their Power tools.
There's a lot of brand loyalty that gets in the way of understanding quality of tools. The DeWalt items are great, but to say that the other brands are trash is simply false. It really depends on your needs- Are you looking to just have some tools around the house to use when the occasional project comes up? If so, then the Ryobi and Craftsman (and similar brands) tools will be fine. If you're looking at using the tools on a very regular basis, then spending more on the DeWalt might be a better idea. I'd say that the DeWalt is better in quality (and more expensive), but the other brands are more than good enough for most jobs. At the end of the day they are all just tools and they exist to perform a certain function...
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I'm in the market for a sander - are these good? Dewalt is a good name I know, I don't have much in terms of power tools , just some kobolt lawn stuff.

I do need a newer power drill too, I was told 24v is the way to go and I wnat to be able to swap out the batteries with other tools.

I heard Ryobi is trash, craftsman is also trash now.... and Kobalt I don't know much about their Power tools.
These are good but you can get the DEWALT 20-Volt MAX Cordless Combo Kit (7-Tool) with ToughSystem Case, (1) 20-Volt 4.0Ah Battery & (2) 20-Volt 2.0Ah Batteries around 499 when it goes on sale these 2 tools are included far better deal in my opinion especially if you are just starting it includes everything most people would need
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If you dont mind me asking. what is the grey market for tools? I keep seeing a lot of local sellers for dewalt products usually 30-40$ less than box store prices. Are there any significant differences in grey market vs box stores
Hes just referring to people flipping the tools on FB Marketplace or other selling platforms. Its nothing different and all dewalt tools are in warranty by date stamp so if these tools are not old stock, they will have near the same warranty as when you buy with a receipt.
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Ryobi entry level kits are weak, but their overall series is not trash at all. They have the largest ecosystem with many useful tools. I would recommend them and get a brushless drill model if it's a new ecosystem for a homeowner.

If you're looking for an oscillating tool and a sander then this is a great deal for dewalt. For any brand power tool the key is to buy brushless whenever possible. It costs more for the electronics and motors inside, and it's well worth it. Better torque/ "power", better efficiency, less mechanical wear and tear (longer product life). Brushless tools are very affordable now, and some companies created a mid tier level (between brushed models and their higher end brushless). If you go dewalt for example, you probably want their Max XR series which is their better brushless models instead of "atomic brushless".
Thank you for the info!
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