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DEWALT 20V MAX ATOMIC Brushless Compact Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool) with (2) 1.3Ah Batteries ($199)

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Sep 14, 2020
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[Home Depot] DEWALT 20V MAX ATOMIC Brushless Compact Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool) with (2) 1.3Ah Batteries ($199)

Found this on HD website. Not sure if this is a Hot deal, but for a brushless Dewalt drill and driver combo this is a good price.


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Good find op!
More then great for someone starting out.
If I already didn't have my milwaukee non Brushless combo kit I got a couple yes ago for more then this I would surely bite.
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May 8, 2012
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what is a good and cheap brand to get into if you are just starting out as DYI
I am looking for stuff like drill, some yard tools, little bit of home DYI (no saw or wood cutting tools)
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royaljatt wrote: what is a good and cheap brand to get into if you are just starting out as DYI
I am looking for stuff like drill, some yard tools, little bit of home DYI (no saw or wood cutting tools)
For HD, I would go with ridgid over ryobi.
Dun with posting deals.
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does ridgid has tools for winter as well?
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royaljatt wrote: what is a good and cheap brand to get into if you are just starting out as DYI
I am looking for stuff like drill, some yard tools, little bit of home DYI (no saw or wood cutting tools)
Ryobi, absolutely. For home use, you'll get good quality tools for a decent price and the selection of tools is amazing. I've been using them for home repairs and renovations for over ten years with no regrets.
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I just bought the clearance Ridgid Drill/Impact driver clearance combo. Comes with 2x 2Ah batteries and charger as well for $70
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findmesumdealz wrote: I just bought the clearance Ridgid Drill/Impact driver clearance combo. Comes with 2x 2Ah batteries and charger as well for $70
Do you have the link?
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Sep 14, 2020
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zerocool_maverick wrote: Where do you see the add-on? Cannot find the option.
Even I don't see anything
It is just "Frequently Bought Together" I guess.
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apvij91 wrote: Even I don't see anything
It is just "Frequently Bought Together" I guess.
Yup that is what I see to. Maybe the poster can shed some light.
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The 299 kits comes with a hammer drill. The OP one doesn't.

I'd say the hammer function is useful and if you get another free tool then 299 kit is the way to go.
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FlazhDealz wrote: This kit is $100 more than the one OP listed so the tool is not "free" it's $100.
Use return trick to lower the price then.
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tvisforme wrote: Ryobi, absolutely. For home use, you'll get good quality tools for a decent price and the selection of tools is amazing. I've been using them for home repairs and renovations for over ten years with no regrets.
ryobi definitely has a large universe of tools, at the lower price end.

i'd also put in a good word for makita. . .not sure how much cheaper they are than milwaukee/dewalt, but a solid step up from ryobi in terms of quality, in my experience. . .

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