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DeWALT XTREME 12-volt Max 3/8-in Brushless Cordless Drill + 12V 3Ah Battery EXPIRED

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Lowe's is offering DeWALT 12-Volt MAX 3Ah Battery (DCB124) for Free when you purchase select DeWALT XTREME 12-Volt MAX Brushless Cordless Power Tools. Shipping is free.

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    • Our research indicates that DeWALT XTREME 12-Volt Max Brushless 1/4-in Cordless Screwdriver (DCF601B) + DeWALT 12-Volt MAX 3Ah Battery (DCB124) is $100.20 lower (59.2% savings) than the next best available price when purchasing the bundled items separately from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $169.20 at the time of this posting. -StrawMan86
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Lowe's offers a FREE 12V 3.0 AH battery with purchase of select DEWALT 12V brushless tools. Shipping to store or home is free.,

DEWALT XTREME 12-Volt Max Brushless 1/4-in Cordless Screwdriver, $69
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000970056 - Expired, Now $109.00 & OOS

DEWALT XTREME 12-volt Max 3/8-in Brushless Cordless-Drill (Tool Only), $79
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000970052

DEWALT XTREME 12-volt Max Variable Speed Brushless 3/8-in square Drive Cordless Impact Wrench (Tool Only), $99
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-X...1000970068
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Think of an impacts quick change chuck with a drills internals but only the low speed. It has a clutch to adjust tension. It is great for things you don't want to strip out that are delicate. We use them for cabinet hinges, door knobs, etc. it has become a favorite of mine for things I don't want to use a handheld screwdriver for but can't risk stripping out the treads.

You can use a drill to do the same but you have the chuck to deal with when swapping bits or you have to use a quick change bit holder. The size and weight of this unit is much smaller and lighter than a drill.

The advantages over a drill are:
Size
Weight
Quick Change Bit Chuck

The advantages over an impact are:
Weight
Clutch Adjustment
Fine tune motor control

Obviously you don't want to use this in an application where you would need a drill or impact. This is a specialty tool that has a specific purpose.
Correct. Impact driver typically has same chuck type but totally different guts

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Is that a screwdriver?? Not an impact driver??
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Is that a screwdriver?? Not an impact driver??
Correct. Impact driver typically has same chuck type but totally different guts
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Is that a screwdriver?? Not an impact driver??
Think of an impacts quick change chuck with a drills internals but only the low speed. It has a clutch to adjust tension. It is great for things you don't want to strip out that are delicate. We use them for cabinet hinges, door knobs, etc. it has become a favorite of mine for things I don't want to use a handheld screwdriver for but can't risk stripping out the treads.

You can use a drill to do the same but you have the chuck to deal with when swapping bits or you have to use a quick change bit holder. The size and weight of this unit is much smaller and lighter than a drill.

The advantages over a drill are:
Size
Weight
Quick Change Bit Chuck

The advantages over an impact are:
Weight
Clutch Adjustment
Fine tune motor control

Obviously you don't want to use this in an application where you would need a drill or impact. This is a specialty tool that has a specific purpose.
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Its great for HVAC Techs, Carpenters, Electricians and any low torque applications.
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I wish Ridgid would bring back the !2v power tools.
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These were $50 tool plus battery with more variety of bare tools to choose https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/678655
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I finally got mine from back in November when they had a slightly better deal. The screwdriver is great, but the one I got has a bad chuck, the bits wobble slightly. I had to wait 2 months for the tool the first time, I didn't want to wait that long again. I use it mostly to work on TV's, and it's a great tool, better than my m12.
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is this deal dead? It's showing $109 for the power screwdriver for me
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I'm way too into the Milwaukee M12 system by now to consider these, but these seem like good deals. The impact wrench is reasonably powerful at 200ft-lb breakaway, probably enough to handle most auto fasteners. Is it the one that's been tested side by side with the M12 stubby 3/8" wrench? The drill seems decent, and what they call a "screwdriver" seems more like a chuckless drill that can be used as a drill or driver with 1/4" hex bits, just not impact.

I assume you have to buy the charger separately? Kind of weird they don't include one, they're generally not that expensive.
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Damn screwdriver already gone .... wonder if I can get instore?
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12v…. hard pass
Disagree. I've got 12v and 18v tools and grab the 12v 90% of the time.
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