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HART 20V 4-Tool Kit: 1/2" Drill, 1/4" Impact, Recip. Saw, Light + 2x Batteries

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Walmart has HART 20V 4-Tool Kit: 1/2" Drill, 1/4" Impact, Recip. Saw, Light, 2x 1.5Ah Batteries on sale for $138. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • 1/2" Drill/Driver
  • Impact Driver
  • Reciprocating Saw
  • LED Light
  • (2) 1.5Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Fast Charger
  • Operator's Manual
  • Storage Bag
Features:
  • The 20V one battery system allows you to interchange the battery on all 20V HART products. It powers all HART 20V tools, outdoor, automotive and lifestyle items
  • This product comes with 2 batteries and a charger
  • 1/2" drill with 24 position clutch for adjusting torque
  • 1/2" drill chuck allows for greater range of accessory options
  • 1/4" impact with a variable speed trigger from 0-2500 RPM
  • 1/4" quick connect chuck allows fast and easy bit changes
  • 7/8" stroke length with easy access lever for quick blade changes
  • LED Light outputs over 200 Lumen and has hands free use with rotating head
  • Portable storage bag included for easy transport of tools

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  • Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars w/ over 400 Walmart customer reviews.
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  • This offer is $40 off (22.4% savings) the retail price of $178.
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Key Features
The 20V one battery system allows you to interchange the battery on all 20V HART products. It powers all HART 20V tools, outdoor, automotive and lifestyle items
This product comes with 2 batteries and a charger
1/2" drill with 24 position clutch for adjusting torque
1/2" drill chuck allows for greater range of accessory options
1/4" impact with a variable speed trigger from 0-2500 RPM
1/4" quick connect chuck allows fast and easy bit changes
7/8" stroke length with easy access lever for quick blade changes
LED Light outputs over 200 Lumen and has hands free use with rotating head
Portable storage bag included for easy transport of tools
Includes: 1/2" Drill/Driver, Impact Driver, Reciprocating Saw, LED Light, (2) 1.5Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries, Fast Charger and Operator's Manual
Specs: 1/2" Drill = Battery: 20V Lithium-Ion, RPM (Low-High): 0-440/min 0-1,600/min, Chuck: 1/2" Keyless, Clutch: 24 Positions, Tool Weight 3.0 lbs Impact Driver = Battery: 20V Lithium-Ion Battery, RPM: 0-2,500/min, Torque: Up to 1,700 in/lbs, Chuck: 1/4" Hex, Tool Weight: 2.6 lbs. LED Light = Battery: 20V Lithium-Ion, Bulb: LED, Lumens: 200, Tool Weight: 0.4 lbs Reciprocating Saw = Battery: 20V Lithium-Ion, SPM: 0-3,000/min, Stroke Length: 7/8", Tool Weight: 3.9 lbs.

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A similar Ryobi set is currently $199 at Home Depot. I realize that's about $60 more, but it's well worth it for the better ecosystem. These Ryobi sets often go on sale if you are able to hold out for the next sale.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../309659432
I bought a Hart chainsaw recently and I can't say enough good things about it. It performs as I had hoped. It doesn't seem like garbage to me but then again I'm not a heavy user and I don't have a different brand to compare to. If these tools are built similarly then I suspect the light to moderate home user will feel they meet their needs.
Hart, a legacy tool name not tied to the original brand (like Craftsman), which is a Ryobi clone with a battery system completely incompatible with others out on the market. Sounds like a good deal if you intend to use these tools as consumables.

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Seems like the deal of the century or a garbage ass brand. Or maybe somewhere in between?
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My own first and only impressions of HART so far is a tape measure that had an auto lock feature and worked better than any other tape measure I've ever used (the button was only used to get the tape back in the housing). I'd think about getting this if I didn't already have a drill/impact. But if I were to re-do my own personal battery tool setup I'd go with RYOBI but I doubt this is much different in quality/price and returns etc are easier with walmart.
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Hart, a legacy tool name not tied to the original brand (like Craftsman), which is a Ryobi clone with a battery system completely incompatible with others out on the market. Sounds like a good deal if you intend to use these tools as consumables.
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I bought a Hart chainsaw recently and I can't say enough good things about it. It performs as I had hoped. It doesn't seem like garbage to me but then again I'm not a heavy user and I don't have a different brand to compare to. If these tools are built similarly then I suspect the light to moderate home user will feel they meet their needs.
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I have a ton of Hart hand tools and they are a great value but I would not invest in this platform with any hopes of it still being around in a few years
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HART power tools are owned by Techtronic Industries (TTI). A Chinese company that owns and manufacturers many widely known brands like Milwaukee, Ryobi, Ridgid, and others.

It would appear they manufacture the HART line exclusively for Walmart (if the white/blue colors didn't give it away already).

No experience with them personally. They're probably decent.
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Hart is sister brand to Ryobi, Milwaukee... they are all under TTI group. Its just Walmart exclusive, the quality should be at bar with Ryobi which is HD exclusive.
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These comments sound so generic 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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Tier quality wise think of it like this, Dewalt >Craftsman >Black and Decker=Hart


They're solid entry level tools for Home Improvement DIY. Pretty much Walmart's Ryobi, with a basic lineup. Need more tool options while still spending less $$, go Ryobi.

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Had to return 200 dollar brushless trimmer by ryobi. Dropped it off two weeks before thanksgiving and got a new one in March. Mind you this thing says 5 year warranty on the box, just have to deal with not having it a third of the time.
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battery system completely incompatible with others
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I have a ton of Hart hand tools
I know that you can use Porter Cable batteries in Black & Decker tools [youtube.com] and vice versa [youtube.com]...does anyone know if you can modify things so that Black & Decker batteries can be used in Hart tools?

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Need more tool options while still spending less $$, go Ryobi.
Maybe your Walmart has a different selection that the ones near me...I have a pretty extensive Black & Decker collection, just about everything, but there are numerous models that Ryobi has that I wish B&D did...Hart seems to have a shit-ton of models afaict, on par with or even exceeding Ryobi.
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HART power tools are owned by Techtronic Industries (TTI). A Chinese company that owns and manufacturers many widely known brands like Milwaukee, Ryobi, Ridgid, and others.

It would appear they manufacture the HART line exclusively for Walmart (if the white/blue colors didn't give it away already).

No experience with them personally. They're probably decent.
That's why my next system is Makita. It's still a tool brand true to their origin.
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That's why my next system is Makita. It's still a tool brand true to their origin.
I don't own any Makita tools (already got too many DeWalt tools) but I do like them. One of the few remaining non-Chinese owned power tool brands. They have a factory in my neck of the woods as well. Big respect for "made in the USA".
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