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Black+Decker 20V MAX POWERCONNECT 1/4" Cordless Impact Driver (Tool Only) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Black+Decker 20V MAX POWERCONNECT 1/4" Cordless Impact Driver (Tool Only, BDCI20B) on sale for $22.76. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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  • 1/4 in. hex chuck designed for fast and easy bit changes
  • Powers up to 1,375 in-lb of maximum torque, 3,000 rpm, and 3,900 ipm.
  • Powerconnect Battery System – Interchangeable battery system means you can use one battery for multiple different tools.
  • Includes BDCI202 impact driver and screwdriving bit.
  • Battery and Charger sold separately

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If you don't already have B&D batteries I would look into Ryobi at Home Depot. It's currently the annual "Ryobi Days" sale going on and there are some current deals on Ryobi 18v tools including drill and driver impact kit with 2 batteries and charger. Ryobi is on sale at Home Depot A LOT during the year and if you not in immediate need put a "Ryobi" alert on Slick Deals to let you know anything someone posts about deals.
Decent tool but bulky compared to most 18-20v impact drivers. For someone currently using the B&D 20v platform this is a no brainer.

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Decent tool but bulky compared to most 18-20v impact drivers. For someone currently using the B&D 20v platform this is a no brainer.
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Decent tool but bulky compared to most 18-20v impact drivers. For someone currently using the B&D 20v platform this is a no brainer.
All I need is an impact driver, should I get this and then buy a battery or is this only worth it if you already have a battery?
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All I need is an impact driver, should I get this and then buy a battery or is this only worth it if you already have a battery?
If you don't already have B&D batteries I would look into Ryobi at Home Depot. It's currently the annual "Ryobi Days" sale going on and there are some current deals on Ryobi 18v tools including drill and driver impact kit with 2 batteries and charger. Ryobi is on sale at Home Depot A LOT during the year and if you not in immediate need put a "Ryobi" alert on Slick Deals to let you know anything someone posts about deals.
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All I need is an impact driver, should I get this and then buy a battery or is this only worth it if you already have a battery?
the b&d drill w battery & charger is often available for $25

but this beats the pants off that plan
https://slickdeals.net/f/15877267-ridgid-18v-cordless-2-tool-combo-kit-with-batteries-charger-bag-plus-for-89-at-home-depot

do walmart still have the five-tool hart set for $80?

or ryobi deals that come around all the time, sweeter if you're near a direct tools outlet.
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Would this impact driver do a lot better than this kind of impact driver/drill combo kit? Or the impact driver come with the combo kit is all most people need?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00PK4XY90/
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Temporary out of stock.
OOS.
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Would this impact driver do a lot better than this kind of impact driver/drill combo kit? Or the impact driver come with the combo kit is all most people need?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00PK4XY90/
If you do even a smidge of diy work, you're going to want dedicated tools. Having to constantly switch attachments is a massive time sink.
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Just go Ridgid and stick to that. No point buying this cheap junk and continuing on unless you just want a cheap one time tool. If you plan to have tools get a good brand and build that up instead of this and having to pay again.
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OOS but you can still order it, hopefully it will be available to ship soon. I have the chainsaw and blower system that I found a few years ago here on SD for cheap, not that great but good enough for small jobs.
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I actually got that hart 5 tool set for $80, I haven't opened it yet, because then I saw the ridgid link you just posted a couple days ago and then I figured I really only need an impact driver.

I have an old craftman drill which is what I've been using and then I actually did some research on what an impact driver is and now know that is really what I need.
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the b&d drill w battery & charger is often available for $25

but this beats the pants off that plan
https://slickdeals.net/f/15877267-ridgid-18v-cordless-2-tool-combo-kit-with-batteries-charger-bag-plus-for-89-at-home-depot

do walmart still have the five-tool hart set for $80?

or ryobi deals that come around all the time, sweeter if you're near a direct tools outlet.
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I have this tool and a bunch of other yard and hand tools in the 20v line up and absolutely love them. I just got the new axial 20v blower and it's awesome. This is a great deal
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I've had this driver for a few years. Hasn't failed once. I'm a modest DIYer, but I've never had a driver fail before the battery. B&D batteries have been good for me.
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This might be okay if you already have the 20v battery, but don't expect too much out of it. Usually the higher end power tools Stanley/Black+Decker make are going to be sold as DeWalt and the Black+Decker tools are more for DIYers.
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