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DEWALT 20V MAX XR Brushless Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Combo - Includes two 4.0Ah batteries - Amazon $245.88

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Amazon has the DEWALT 20V MAX XR Brushless Impact Driver and Hammer Drill Combo Kit (DCK299M2) for $245.88. Kit includes two 4.0-Ah batteries.

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1 >In stock on April 19
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This is in stock again next week. Not a bad deal bit at this point I'd rather spend the extra $50 and get the newer flexvolt advantage hammer drill/driver kit with 5ah batteries from Acme DEWALT-DCK2100P2
https://www.acmetools.com/shop/to...-dck2100p2

Edit: comes with a better charger as well
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Decent price if you need the batteries and charger. If not the drill by itself is about $120, and you can get the impact for about $80 by hacking the HD deal.
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Quote from NickG3234 :
This is in stock again next week. Not a bad deal bit at this point I'd rather spend the extra $50 and get the newer flexvolt advantage hammer drill/driver kit with 5ah batteries from Acme DEWALT-DCK2100P2
https://www.acmetools.com/shop/to...-dck2100p2

Edit: comes with a better charger as well
Nvm read the item description, answered all of my questions.
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Nvm read the item description, answered all of my questions.
Ah man... I was typing out a reply on my phone and lost it... Came down to my computer and saw your edit. I am going to answer anyway incase any one else sees this.

Short answer is "No". You don't need to wait. The 60v Flexvolt batteries work on 20v tools.

Longer answer:
There are 60v only tools that require Flexvolt batteries. These are pretty much unnecessary unless you're (drilling a lot of) concrete or are a pro who needs the power AND the portability.

There are Flexvolt advantage tools are 20v tools but use some fancy circuitry to get more power out of the 60v batteries. These are probably overkill for most things but are also the newest versions for not a lot more money.

Then there are the regular 20v tools. These come in various levels XR being the best. These are what I personally have (along with a couple of 60v batteries, because I have a "Flexvolt" alert on this site). The 20v tools are all I really need for what I do. There are also tools where a 60v tool is just not needed, like an oscillating tool. There just isn't a need for that much extra power.

Couple of things to keep in mind:
1. The kit I posted comes with 5ah 20v batteries, so you're not going to get the full benefit of the Flexvolt hammer drill (even with 20v batteries its still powerful enough to break your wrist if you're not careful)

2. The 60v batteries are have the amp hours at 60v as they are at 20v. eg. the "standard" 60v battery is 2ah at 60v and 6ah at 20v.
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Quote from NickG3234 :
This is in stock again next week. Not a bad deal bit at this point I'd rather spend the extra $50 and get the newer flexvolt advantage hammer drill/driver kit with 5ah batteries from Acme DEWALT-DCK2100P2
https://www.acmetools.com/shop/to...-dck2100p2 [acmetools.com]

Edit: comes with a better charger as well
thanks i got one. finally i can stop looking for a Hammer Drill / Impact Driver deal.
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Decent price if you need the batteries and charger. If not the drill by itself is about $120, and you can get the impact for about $80 by hacking the HD deal.
What do you mean by hacking the HD deal? I'd like to get my hands on that impact driver for that price.
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What do you mean by hacking the HD deal? I'd like to get my hands on the impact driver for that price.
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Decent price if you need the batteries and charger. If not the drill by itself is about $120, and you can get the impact for about $80 by hacking the HD deal
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What do you mean by hacking the HD deal? I'd like to get my hands on the impact driver for that price.
Buy the impact at HD. Get a free battery. You can return the battery for about $70. No shadiness involved.

Search for the 400+ comment HomeDepot free battery thread
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Buy the impact at HD. Get a free battery. You can return the battery for about $70. No shadiness involved.

Search for the 400+ comment HomeDepot free battery thread
Correct me if i am wrong but this Amazon deal is for the DCF887 20V MAX* 1/4-inch impact driver while the free battery deal at HD is for the DCF890B 20-Volt MAX XR Cordless Brushless 3/8 in. Compact Impact Wrench.

Was anyone able to get a free battery to ring up with a DCF887??

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Correct me if i am wrong but this Amazon deal is for the DCF887 20V MAX* 1/4-inch impact driver while the free battery deal at HD is for the DCF890B 20-Volt MAX XR Cordless Brushless 3/8 in. Compact Impact Wrench.

Was anyone able to get a free battery to ring up with a DCF887??
Shoot! My bad. I thought the driver was part of the deal too. Don't want to give bad info again, but I'd really want a driver, search YouTube for people converting drivers and impacts. The driver bit holder and anvil are interchangeable with minimal work.
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