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Craftsman Evolv 18-Volt Cordless Drill/Driver EXPIRED

Corwin 7,903 38,494 June 19, 2016 at 09:51 AM in Drills (9) More Sears Outlet Deals
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Promoted 06-19-2016 by SubZero5 at 11:53 AM View Original Post
Sears Outlet has Craftsman Evolv 18-Volt Cordless Drill/Driver on sale for $18.99. Pickup in-store to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin

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Edited June 19, 2016 at 11:28 AM by annie930ny
  • Craftsman Evolv 18-Volt Cordless Drill/Driver [searsoutlet.com] (5263) $18.99
    • Features
      • 24 tension selection clutch delivers just the right power for the job
      • Keyless chuck grabs tight and swaps fast
      • Ergonomic design fits comfortably in your hand
      • 18v NiCd power delivers torque and speed
      • High torque (0-350 RPM) and high speed (0-1300 RPM) settings adjust quickly
      • Integrated electric brake stops spinning instantly
      • Backed by a 90 day/1 year warranty
    • Includes
      • Drill/driver, battery, charger and double ended driver bit
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The price is amazing! Its not a commercial grade product and it is only a nickel cadmium battery but for that money you can throw it away if it only last you a year. That is the power of cheap Chinese manufacturing and bulk buying power. Who could have imagined 20 years ago that today you could buy a 18 V nickel cadmium drill with a battery for this kind of price....amazing!nod
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It is about perfect for occasional use if you don't already own tools that use other batteries. Also ignore anyone recommending lithium ion if you plan to only use it once in a blue moon. NiCad will outlast the lithium ion in years of use and while it is heavier during use it is more than enough for light work. Basically it is a crappier battery but when you pick it up in three years off the charger it will still be a crappy battery and not a paperweight like many lithium ion batteries would be.
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good drill for occasional use?
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NiCad battery. I would get one with Lithium. Battery last longer in idle and during usage. But this is a really good price for a drill nonetheless.
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good drill for occasional use?
The price is amazing! Its not a commercial grade product and it is only a nickel cadmium battery but for that money you can throw it away if it only last you a year. That is the power of cheap Chinese manufacturing and bulk buying power. Who could have imagined 20 years ago that today you could buy a 18 V nickel cadmium drill with a battery for this kind of price....amazing!nod
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Got one. Thanks OP.
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I've had this for 3 yrs. great drill for DIY
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evolv series tools are absolute garbage. I'm not going to stop you from wasting $20, but I'll warn you that you shouldn't.
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Quote from Russroyal View Post :
The price is amazing! Its not a commercial grade product and it is only a nickel cadmium battery but for that money you can throw it away if it only last you a year. That is the power of cheap Chinese manufacturing and bulk buying power. Who could have imagined 20 years ago that today you could buy a 18 V nickel cadmium drill with a battery for this kind of price....amazing!nod
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#10
Thanks. Is Sears Outlet part of SYW/Sears/Kmart? It does not look like I can sign in with my SYW account info. If I cannot sgin in, I will not be able to use SYW points but I can use SYW points at an outlet store....
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#11
this is only the around the house drill. anything else is meh. for 19 bux its a steal. just dont expect greatness.

battery will last you a year or two if your lucky. if you over charge and stuff itll be a paper weight in a year
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#12
Would rather get a Bosch or Milwaukee 18V li-ion.
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Just an fyi, as far as I can tell, this drill does not have replaceable batteries. You have to plug a power supply directly to the drill itself.
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good drill for occasional use?
ya, as long as you take good care of the battery and don't push the drill too hard during use. I had a craftsman 19.2 drill for a few years and absolutely hated the thing. BUT this is a good price for a cheap and simple drill for light occasional use.
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Nicad? It should be in museums now in the era of brushless Wink
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