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DEWALT 20V Drill - $99.99

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First post! Normally $169. Great Quality drill.

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comes with 2 batteries, too bad I have too many drills already
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I wish it was the XR Brushless model but it's still a good drill. Thanks!
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It is brushed.
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Quote from ElatedPlant652 :
It is brushed.
Brushed or no, seems like a good deal on batteries for those new to Dewalt platform? I've been vacillating between adding Makita and Dewalt to my arsenal - mostly for hammer drill, bandsaw, plunge/track saw, inflator, and cordless wet/dry vac - and decided to get the "like new" version of this for $88, even though I have no real need for drill. Should I hold out?
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I have this drill DCD771(older molder?). IT still works. I have worked it pretty hard. It powered my grain mill for making lot of beer. This is a solid drill for most people. This drill is normally this price btw.

Ryobi is getting hard to beat. Especially with kits like Ryobi Drill and Driver kit W/ Two 1.5Ah [homedepot.com]
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Quote from whilde :
Brushed or no, seems like a good deal on batteries for those new to Dewalt platform? I've been vacillating between adding Makita and Dewalt to my arsenal - mostly for hammer drill, bandsaw, plunge/track saw, inflator, and cordless wet/dry vac - and decided to get the "like new" version of this for $88, even though I have no real need for drill. Should I hold out?
Lowes just had a sale a few weeks back where it was the brushless version with 2 batteries and charger AND extra brushless hammer drill for $99. Seeing as this is normal pricing for this brushed kit, I would hold out unless you absolutely need it.
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Quote from CrimsonWren353 :
Lowes just had a sale a few weeks back where it was the brushless version with 2 batteries and charger AND extra brushless hammer drill for $99. Seeing as this is normal pricing for this brushed kit, I would hold out unless you absolutely need it.
Thank you so much! I can wait so you just saved me some $$$
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Read the whole ads and couldn't find the Ah rating for the battery. Look at customer reviews and finally found it at 1.3Ah (DCB207) from one of the picture. 20V but nominal voltage is 18V. Big Grin
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