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Dewalt 20V Max 1/2" Drill or 1/4" Impact Driver (2x 1.3Ah Batteries + Charger)

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Lowe's has Select Dewalt Cordless Tools with 2x 1.3Ah Batteries & Charger Sets on sale for $99. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free or choose free store pick up where stock permits.
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Lowe's has DEWALT 20-volt Max 1/2-in Brushless Cordless Drill or 1/4" impact driver, (2-Batteries Included and Charger Included) for $99. Shipping to home is free or choose in store pickup.

DEWALT 20-volt Max 1/2-in Brushless Cordless Drill (2-Batteries Included and Charger Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-2...22:DIY:DIG

DEWALT Brushless 20-volt Max 1/4-in Variable Speed Brushless Cordless Impact Driver (2-Batteries Included)
https://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-2...22:DIY:DIG
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All DeWalt battery operated tools are Max.

The Atomic is Max. The XR is Max. They're all Max.

Max* simply refers to them using the fully charged voltage (20v) as opposed to the operating voltage (18v) that other tool companies use.

Somewhere in the fine print it says:
* Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.
These are the absolutely lowest capacity battery you can get
if you have two batteries, and keep one charging while using the rest, you can probably get through most home projects without a lot of stress or anger

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don't sleep on this guys...it's a very good deal!
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Question really becomes: this or the Atomic at HD for the same money?
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don't sleep on this guys...it's a very good deal!
Agreed, this is a awesome deal, so tempted to get a third set just for the batteries.
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Agreed, this is a awesome deal, so tempted to get a third set just for the batteries.
These are the absolutely lowest capacity battery you can get
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These are the absolutely lowest capacity battery you can get

if you have two batteries, and keep one charging while using the rest, you can probably get through most home projects without a lot of stress or anger
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This is a great deal. I broke my battery charger and I'll just buy this instead as I need an impact driver. They are low capacity batteries but for home use it's absolutely fine
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as far as atomic...you get performance gains but they are smaller and smaller gains as the price goes up exponentially.

Buy top of the line if you're a pro, because you want fastest tool and fewer breakdowns on the job

Today's mid range was yesterday's top range tool!
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as far as atomic...you get performance gains but they are smaller and smaller gains as the price goes up exponentially.

Buy top of the line if you're a pro, because you want fastest tool and fewer breakdowns on the job

Today's mid range was yesterday's top range tool!
So is there any reason to NOT get the atomic over this one?
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if the price is identical go atomic, but the max and xr are both excellent so if you find a good deal on them it's smart to snatch em up!
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if the price is identical go atomic, but the max and xr are both excellent so if you find a good deal on them it's smart to snatch em up!
All DeWalt battery operated tools are Max.

The Atomic is Max. The XR is Max. They're all Max.

Max* simply refers to them using the fully charged voltage (20v) as opposed to the operating voltage (18v) that other tool companies use.

Somewhere in the fine print it says:
* Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.
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Atomic is more compact, XR is more powerful.
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I got this last week. If it was just one low capacity battery then I would cry to me mommy but it's two so I'm giving my dad a hi-5.

While using one keep the other one charge. You can work pretty much the entire two using two batteries...of course it depends how much you use it so YMMV. Smilie
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Lowe's $50 GC for $45 (email delivery from Newegg) seems to be still available as well, which will put the price even lower. (Disclaimer: I have not personally purchased this so not sure how long you need to wait.)
https://slickdeals.net/f/15793786-50-lowe-s-egift-card-digital-delivery-for-45-via-newegg
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