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Old 08-09-2017, 10:34 AM   #1
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Arrow Bosch CLPK420-181 18V 4-Tool Combo Kit, Blue



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The CLPK420-181 features the DDS181 compact tough drill driver. The 25618 hex impact driver. The CRS180 reciprocating saw, and the CCS180 Circular saw. The Bosch built hammer and anvil system delivers maximum impact endurance and increased tool performance in wood and metal fastening applications. This tool kit provides electricians, plumbers, carpenters, HVAC professionals and other Pro users with an unmatched solution to get the job done efficiently and effectively. An individually customized electronic motor protection system also protects the maintenance-free motor from overload and further ensures the longevity of the tool. The DDS181 features optimized torque for screw driving and increased speed (up to 1, 700 RPMs) for drilling applications. This tool also features a variable speed trigger for reliable speed regulation and 18+1 clutch settings for increased versatility. To maximize jobsite efficiency, the DDS181 comes standard with a magnetic four-tip bit holder and a belt clip that allows for convenient tool storage when not in use. The CRS180 reciprocating saw comes with Lockjaw blade Change system for fast and easy, one-handed blade Change, and a 2-speed selector to adjust speed to the application. The CCS180 Circular saw has an anti-snag lower guard that enables smooth guard operation for ease of use.
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If you have any home improvement projects on the horizon, or just want to upgrade your tool collection, Amazon’s running an insane one-day deal on a 4-tool Bosch combo kit.

$285 gets you a 1/2" drill/driver, a 1/4" hex impact driver, a reciprocating saw, and a circular saw, all of which will run off the two included 18V battery packs.

I did the math, and buying all four tools separately would run you $647, and this combo pack has legitimately never sold for less than $500. Hell, the reciprocating saw alone costs $267 right now, so you’re basically getting the three other tools for $18. So if you have any inkling you might need these in the future, this really is an impressive deal.
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hmm i don't have a recip or circular saw...
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Man for the diy person the Ryobi line is where its at IMO. And a ton of tools to choose from.
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THANKS FOR THE HELP RICH SOLID POST
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That was more of a comment to wombat if he's looking for a line of tools ya tool
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how'd it help though?

this looks like a much better kit for the money, and quality-wwise than anything ryobi.
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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Ultimate Combo Kit (6-Tool)-P884 - The Home Depot


this kit came up the last two balc Fridays for 199 and I wish I bought it.

Ryobi has 70 plus tools that use the one+ battery system
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bosch > ryobi

i dont need a battery powered fan or camera from ryobi.
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I love Ryobi, but he is right. This deal is a fucking steal.
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If I wasn't so deep into Ryobi, I'd be on top of this.

FWIW the Ryobi cordless tool line is pretty decent but you can't beat this price.
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SUCK IT RICH

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I NEVER SAID IT WASNT A DEAL!! ITS A DEAL I GET THAT, BUT FOR WOMBAT I THINK THE RYOBI LINE IS A BETTER OPTION YA FUCKS
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BUT IT ISN'T YOU COCK GOBBLER
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I think it might be Thursday?
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Besides a drill and recip saw, corded tools are better for a homeowner IMO. The stuff is going to last forever for diy use. You'll be buying a whole new set of tools every 8 years with the battery powered stuff. Batteries are where they rape you. Just went through this. Have a perfectly good ridgid drill and impact, 2 new batteries are 70% of the cost of a new combo set.
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I have some corded but wouldn't give up my cordless for anything. I have had some of my c3 kit for 7 years and yeah batteries are expensive I feel like I have gotten enough use to justify them. But sometimes the power of a corded tool is necessary so I like having both.

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Besides a drill and recip saw, corded tools are better for a homeowner IMO. The stuff is going to last forever for diy use. You'll be buying a whole new set of tools every 8 years with the battery powered stuff. Batteries are where they rape you. Just went through this. Have a perfectly good ridgid drill and impact, 2 new batteries are 70% of the cost of a new combo set.
Ridgid has the lifetime service agreement! I love my new ridgid set, especially the cordless fucking shopvac. It runs for atleast 20 minutes on one charge (more than I use for one job).

But to the point these are good deals..
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