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Black+Decker 6-Tool 20V Max Li-ion Cordless Matrix Combo Kit w/ Storage Case EXPIRED

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Amazon has Black+Decker 20V Max Li-ion Cordless Matrix Combo Kit w/ Storage Case (6-Tool) (BDCDMT1206KITC) for $159. Shipping is free.

Lowes has Black+Decker 20V Max Li-ion Cordless Matrix Combo Kit w/ Storage Case (6-Tool) (BDCDMT1206KITC) for $159. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Includes drill, sander, jig saw, oscillating, router and impact attachments
  • Powerful 20-Volt MAX motor
  • Lithium-ion battery always ready, holds a charge up to 18-months
  • Impact driver attachment is ideal for driving screws, driving large fasteners such as lag bolts, decking and drilling/driving in tight areas
  • Jigsaw attachment cuts wood, metal and plastic
  • Sander attachment can be used on wood, metal or plastic and is ideal for surface preparation in fine finish applications, smoothing rough surfaces and removing paint, stain and varnish
  • Includes a convenient carry case to keep everything organized
  • Also included: 20-Volt MAX lithium-ion battery, one 20-Volt MAX charger, 1 double ended bit tip, 1 jig saw blade, 1 oscillating blade, 1 oscillating sanding platen, 2 oscillating sandpaper sheets and 6 detail sandpaper sheets

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Amazon.com [amazon.com]has 6-Tool Black+Decker 20V Max Li-ion Cordless Matrix Combo Kit w/ Storage Case for $159. Shipping is free.

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seean54 asked this question on 08-03-2021 at 10:01 AM
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08-03-2021 at 10:01 AM
No. Out of the approximately half-dozen battery styles that Craftsman has used recently, this B&D is only compatible with the Craftsman Bolt-on battery.
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08-03-2021 at 10:01 AM
No, but I've seen on YouTube modifications. They sell adapters on amazon to fit different batteries systems.
Ahchuu asked this question on 08-03-2021 at 10:01 AM
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I have had this tool for 4 years and holding up great after pretty heavy use. To start, this is not for professional use. It's for regular DIY work around the house. But that doesn't mean it can't handle pretty heavy work. I've used all the attachments and also bought a reciprocating saw attachment. The one I use least is the sander attachment. One drawback; the oscillating tool uses plunger type of blades and even regular B&D compatible blades don't fit it. Have to find them online so no luck if you suddenly needed to grab something for work. Also, the battery charger is pretty slow compared to new standards. Other than those, I love this set.
I'm not spending $150 on black and decker. Also me: Buys Dewalt impact wrench for $150.

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Wish they were all different units so someone could use another tool while I prep.
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The price is very good according to ccc. I don't have this but review looks very good with 83% of 5 star and only 1% of 1 star.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PK4XY90
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I have had this tool for 4 years and holding up great after pretty heavy use. To start, this is not for professional use. It's for regular DIY work around the house. But that doesn't mean it can't handle pretty heavy work. I've used all the attachments and also bought a reciprocating saw attachment. The one I use least is the sander attachment. One drawback; the oscillating tool uses plunger type of blades and even regular B&D compatible blades don't fit it. Have to find them online so no luck if you suddenly needed to grab something for work. Also, the battery charger is pretty slow compared to new standards. Other than those, I love this set.
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Seconding the above. I use it all the time and it works great. That said, the saw isn't great but it's useful for quick short cuts. The sander is pretty sub par. But if you just need then to be light and easy to use it works out well for simple and quick diy.
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I bought individual pieces several years ago when they were on sale for like 18 bucks each. I regret not buying all attachments at that time. But I still use it semi frequently. I'd say it's a solid setup for a house me owner.

I have used the cicular saw to trim viynl floor planks for a house. Jig saw for shaped cuts. I used the impact to take down a play structure and for automotive (no it will not do lug nuts). I want to get the rest of the other attachments ever go on sale.
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I'm not spending $150 on black and decker. Also me: Buys Dewalt impact wrench for $150.
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I bought this a few months ago at a similar price. I was skeptical, since Black and Deckers is more of a hobbyist-level brand, but it had three tools I needed, so I gave it a shot. I have used it hard almost daily for around five months with no issues. It isn't a powerhouse, but the price for how much use I get from it is impressive and it has enough power for 99.5% of the tasks I need it for. I have a second battery, which is a good idea. I also bought the add-on mini circular saw attachment, which has been able to do what I need, but not well.

Overall, I love it. The modular system is relatively well-built, it has already paid for itself, and I'll gladly buy another one once I destroy the one I have.
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I've had my matrix for about 2 years now. I scored the drill it self for 25 bucks on Facebook and have bought only the impact attachment.

For the record, the attachments for this and the Craftsman bolt on system are the same.
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I'm imagining using this kit to build a deck or something and having to switch the heads out every single time you want to make a cut, then pre-drill a hole and then drive the screw. At least you'll get lots of breaks when the battery dies and you're waiting for it to recharge.
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Which attachments do you guys recommend for this? Is the inflator any good?
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Does anyone know if this is compatible with the current line of craftsman 20v batteries?
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You can get the M12 Fuel Hex Impact Driver and M12 Fuel Drill Driver for $138 after the Hack GoogleTool Boss. I have both of the M12 tools. Very compact and poweful. I have the B & D tool as well but not all the attachments. My wife bought it. I prefer Dewalt XR, Atomic, or Xtreme DeWalt Brushless power tools. Don't always go cheap on tools (quality). You can get high quality tools at a fractionof the cost with a slickdeal.
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Quote from seean54 :
Does anyone know if this is compatible with the current line of craftsman 20v batteries?
No, but I've seen on YouTube modifications. They sell adapters on amazon to fit different batteries systems.
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