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HART 20V 5-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x 1.5Ah Li-Ion Batteries EXPIRED

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Walmart has HART 20-Volt Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x 1.5Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries & 16" Storage Bag (HPCK512B) on sale for $79. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • 1/2" HART Drill/Driver
  • HART Impact Driver
  • HART Reciprocating Saw
  • HART LED Work Light
  • HART Hand Vacuum
  • 2x 1.5Ah Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Charger
  • Storage Bag
About this Tool Kit:
  • The drill/driver features a 2-speed gearbox for versatility and control
  • The impact driver offers high-speed fastening with up to 1,700 in. lbs. of torque.
  • The reciprocating saw cuts through a variety of materials with 0-3000 strokes per minute for greater control.
  • The LED work light helps enhance visibility with a rotating head for hands free use and over 200 lumens of light.
  • 20V Cordless Hand Vacuum's powerful suction makes it easy to suck out crumbs from those hard-to-reach areas between cushions or dirt from under car seats

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Hart is made by the same company that makes Ryobi. I'd say Hart is equivalent to the lower end Ryobi tools and meant to compete with Black and Decker. Many of the Hart power and lawn tools look very similar to the Ryobi versions, just a different color and battery style.
Great deal for homeowner grade tools, don't let the naysayers who will soon flood in about team black and yellow or white and red, for the average person hart does the job just fine. If you want to be a brand snob and hang with the real pros just skip over dewalt or milwaukee and head straight to hilti, snapon, or festool they have some $800 drills they would love to sell you.
Yea wrong tool. You're looking for an impact wrench. This is an impact driver. They work under the same premise but the driver has about 1/4 to 1/8th the impact power.

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Really good price.
Nice value for budget tool set. I have been satisfied with all my HART stuff so far
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If you had to compare, are HART power tools equivalent to black and decker or Ryobi power tools?
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If you had to compare, are HART power tools equivalent to black and decker or Ryobi power tools?
Hart is made by the same company that makes Ryobi. I'd say Hart is equivalent to the lower end Ryobi tools and meant to compete with Black and Decker. Many of the Hart power and lawn tools look very similar to the Ryobi versions, just a different color and battery style.
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The batteries are the smallest ones they make, so you might want to buy a bigger one if you have a long project planned. At this price I'd recommend it to anyone who has an occasional need of power tools
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If you had to compare, are HART power tools equivalent to black and decker or Ryobi power tools?
In my opinion, identical to Stanley and/or Black and Decker. I've had many of all 3 brands
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I grabbed these when they were on clearance for $50.00. Not a bad little kit for small household projects. I tried the impact on my Ford Edge's lug nuts last week but it wasn't strong enough to remove them.
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Fwiw, I've had the Hyper tough version for over two years and have driven thousands of fasteners with the impact driver, including 5" structural lag bolts. An impact driver is meant for construction, an impact wrench has the torque for lug nuts. I've been happy with it.
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Fwiw, I've had the Hyper tough version for over two years and have driven thousands of fasteners with the impact driver, including 5" structural lag bolts. An impact driver is meant for construction, an impact wrench has the torque for lug nuts. I've been happy with it.
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Plenty of impact drivers have been sent scurrying back into the bag while shouting at a lug nut. lol
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I grabbed these when they were on clearance for $50.00. Not a bad little kit for small household projects. I tried the impact on my Ford Edge's lug nuts last week but it wasn't strong enough to remove them.
Ridiculous deal for 50 bucks..
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I grabbed these when they were on clearance for $50.00. Not a bad little kit for small household projects. I tried the impact on my Ford Edge's lug nuts last week but it wasn't strong enough to remove them.
Yea wrong tool. You're looking for an impact wrench. This is an impact driver. They work under the same premise but the driver has about 1/4 to 1/8th the impact power.
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Just bought at $99, I'll just order another and return the last one.
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Bought at $98 recently, I guess I'll buy again and return for the refund
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