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DEWALT 12-Volt Max 2-Tool Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (2-Batteries Included and Charger Included) $99.60

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[Lowe's] DEWALT 12-Volt Max 2-Tool Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (2-Batteries Included and Charger Included) $99.60

12-Volt Max 2-Tool Power Tool Combo Kit with Soft Case (2-Batteries Included and Charger Included)
DCD710: 12-volt max 3/8-in drill/driver features 2-speed transmission (0-400/0-1,500)
DCD710: Compact, lightweight design fits into tight areas
DCD710: 2-speed transmission for optimal speed and torque control
DCD710: LED light provides visibility in dark areas
DCD710: Belt hook included for portability
DCF815: 12-volt max 1/4 inch impact driver features 3 LED lights to provide visibility without shadows
DCF815: Compact, lightweight design fits into tight areas
DCF815: 3 LED Lights provide visibility without shadows
DCF815: One-handed loading 1/4 inch hex chuck accepts 1 inch bit tips
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Nice price, thanks OP !

Perhaps we have an opportunity to price match at Homedepot.ca ($160)
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/dewalt ... 1000673664

Amazon = $160
https://www.amazon.ca/DEWALT-DCK211S2-1 ... B0044DEXPW

Canadian Tire = $200
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/dewa ... 7271p.html

Rona = $249
https://www.rona.ca/en/dewalt-drill-dri ... 2-00275466

This is an UPGRADE (to 20V) $289.99
https://www.amazon.ca/DEWALT-DCK283D2-L ... B01A08YKV6
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I have this set and love it, light and powerful enough for my uses as an average homeowner. That said, it does not help you get into the 20V ecosystem. There have been times where I have seen deals on bare tools but don't have the battery for it.
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knapper wrote: I have this set and love it, light and powerful enough for my uses as an average homeowner. That said, it does not help you get into the 20V ecosystem. There have been times where I have seen deals on bare tools but don't have the battery for it.
Why are you saying that? It says 12V on the pictures. Am I missing something?
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The item is on Clearance sale at the Competitor. Unfortunately, we cannot price match for clearance sale as per policy.
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Can you not use your own 20V batteries with these tools?
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xtrmDeals wrote: Can you not use your own 20V batteries with these tools?
No. These are 12v
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Hi, new home owner here, is 12V powerful enough for some simple DIY work?
Or better to wait for 20V tools? Appreciate any help,thanks
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Hard cases were standard for years without extra advertisement , now "soft case" is a great added bonus. Big companies really think that we are a bunch of loosers.
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Is the impact driver strong enough for lug nots on cars for removal and tightening
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mcfrugal wrote: Why are you saying that? It says 12V on the pictures. Am I missing something?
I am saying that I have this with 12V batteries, and when I see 20V bare tools (no battery) on sale they are not a deal for me because I don't have a 20V battery. If I had bought a 20V set they would be. A small regret that I am trying to highlight for those that are considering this 12V set.
redflagkiller wrote: Hi, new home owner here, is 12V powerful enough for some simple DIY work?
Or better to wait for 20V tools? Appreciate any help,thanks
Yes, they have been fine for everything I have tried.
hesp wrote: Is the impact driver strong enough for lug nots on cars for removal and tightening
Sorry, that I have not tried as I don't change my own tires.
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redflagkiller wrote: Hi, new home owner here, is 12V powerful enough for some simple DIY work?
Or better to wait for 20V tools? Appreciate any help,thanks
I have 12V rigid combo and find it great for diy around the house. Changing curtain rods, chaning locks fixing ikea furniture and so on.
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This is a great deal for small projects around the house as others have mentioned. If you plan to build a deck, fence, or do some sort of major renovation, it would be best to go with the 20v lineup. The 20v ecosystem also has a much wider selection of tools.

This set would not be suitable for lug nuts on your vehicle. I killed an 18v impact driver doing this.
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Hi! Looking to buy tools. Want to know how is this one compared to ryobi 2 tool combo currently priced at 178+ free saw. I think both ryobi and this Dewalt one are brushless
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Also what about ryobi brushless one.. havent seen any reviews about it
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Thanx OP . Ordered one and used another 10 dollar signup coupon
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If you want to do anything heavier than putting together furniture or screwing things into dry wall get 20V. 12v is fine for small indoor projects.

With 20v you can build a deck very easily. Not sure if 20v impact driver would be enough for changing tires. I wanted to try but didn't have the right attachments.
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Mandeep01 wrote: Also what about ryobi brushless one.. havent seen any reviews about it
In my experience Ryobi tools are a cut below ridgid and DeWalt. Ryobi will be fine for apartment dwellers and small indoor home projects. I'm no expert but have owned many drills, saws, routers etc and if I could do it all over I'd just buy good tools once.

Definitely avoid black and decker and mastercraft for power tools.
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hesp wrote: Is the impact driver strong enough for lug nots on cars for removal and tightening
No. And with alloy wheels you don’t want to use an impact driver to tighten anyway.

To do tires you need an impact wrench not an impact driver. Like the Dewalt DCF899HB.

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