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rollielvp 01-06-2013 10:06 PM

FS: Dewalt Tools Combo Kit Impact Driver / Drill / Reciprocating saw / Flashlight
 
Name: Leo
Location: Richmond, VA
Means of contact: PM or text to 8O4.84O.1983

I have several kits for sale. All are brand new in factory-sealed boxes. I believe they retail in hardware stores for around $390.

My price is $300.00 shipped per kit to lower 48 states. Will consider splitting the kit up if several buyers want different tools from the kit.

Local pick up is welcome.

Each kit includes the following:
  • DC720 18-volt 1/2" compact drill (non-hammer)
  • DC825 18-volt impact driver with 1330 in-lbs of torque
  • DW938 18-volt cordless reciprocating saw with keyless blade clamp
  • DW908 18-volt pivoting head flashlight
  • Two (2) 18-volt batteries
  • Charger
  • Tool Bag

http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h2...le/dck425c.jpg

rollielvp 01-08-2013 09:22 AM

bump

KeeganB 01-08-2013 09:37 AM

link for the kit?

rollielvp 01-08-2013 09:39 AM

It's the same as the one below except for the drill. My kit comes with a non-hammer drill.

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...&storeId=10051

KeeganB 01-08-2013 09:45 AM

Not to crap on your pricing but....

that kit is $369 brand new from a reputable dealer.

The drill in your kit sells for $99 at Home-Depot
The drill in the $369 kit that you linked sells for $200 at Home-Depot

so for a difference of $69 I can get a $100 worth of better drill and buy from a reputable shop with a return policy.

again, not trying to be a dbag, just trying to make you aware to help your sales.

rollielvp 01-08-2013 09:54 AM

Valid points. The question is does one need a hammer drill for extra $69 + tax? Depends on one's needs I suppose. The kits are new, so DeWalt warranty applies; although, nothing compares to hassle-free return to a local store if something goes wrong. Price-wise I will consider offers as well, so if you want to make one feel free to send PM or text.

KeeganB 01-08-2013 09:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rollielvp (Post 15041167)
Valid points. The question is does one need a hammer drill for extra $69 + tax? Depends on one's needs I suppose. The kits are new, so DeWalt warranty applies; although, nothing compares to hassle-free return to a local store if something goes wrong. Price-wise I will consider offers as well, so if you want to make one feel free to send PM or text.

sounds fair, and I didn't consider sales tax, which will reduce the price difference even more.

I just bought a new house, and would love some nicer tools than what i've got currently. Once the dust settles after closing, I will contact you to negotiate pricing if you still have them.

Thanks

rollielvp 01-08-2013 10:00 AM

Sounds good!

rollielvp 01-13-2013 01:59 AM

bump... I have about 10 kits left

SeattleLSB 01-13-2013 09:31 PM

Can you work at all on the price? Amazon sells this kit for $289 and I pay no tax and prime. LMK.

Joe

rollielvp 01-14-2013 09:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SeattleLSB (Post 15058000)
Can you work at all on the price? Amazon sells this kit for $289 and I pay no tax and prime. LMK.

Joe

PMed.

SUHLeen 01-16-2013 08:42 AM

Wait, I'm no carpenter, but what is a "hammering" drill? I thought that is what the the point of an impact drills is and that is what they do, besides the extra torque2??

rollielvp 01-16-2013 02:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SUHLeen (Post 15065843)
Wait, I'm no carpenter, but what is a "hammering" drill? I thought that is what the the point of an impact drills is and that is what they do, besides the extra torque2??

Hammer drills are mostly used to drill through concrete - the bit turns and "hammers" with forward motion at the same time, sort of like the jack hammer would.

Impact driver is used to drive fasteners, such as screws, where the force of the impact is directed clockwise rather than forward to help drive the screw in along its threads.

I think the confusion started when some manufacturers started calling their impact drivers "impact drills".

rollielvp 01-19-2013 10:12 PM

Bump, still have a few of these available. Lowe's sells these for $389 + tax.


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