DeWALT Drill and Impact Driver Kit with 2 Batteries

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DeWALT Drill and Impact Driver Kit with 2 Batteries
Price: $89.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $15 Two-Day OR $18 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Tuesday, May 13 to Wednesday, May 14) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Check out the product page for the drill and impact driver

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Near perfect reviews on the impact driver over at homedepot.com

what is a better deal, this offering or this, found in deals.woot?

http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/69851b5b-8780-4340-9f0e-f48ca9b0d1ff/ryobi-18-volt-one-plus-lithium-ion-drill-impact-driver-combo-kit-2-tool-p882#13

I have the DeWALT Impack Driver and it has provided me with lots of uninterrupted use for years. The original battery still works perfectly and holds a charge for a long time even after being off the charger for long periods of time. It feels solid and has a L.E.D. guidance light on the front of the Impact Drive that activates when the tool is engaged. If this site had a rating system, I would give it a 10 of 10.

If the batteries are new this is a steal.

The Ryobi’s are good and that deal has the lithium-ion battery, which is a big plus. I would, however, stick with the DeWALT because I have had, and continue to get great working service out of my DeWALTS. Plus, this sale comes with the drill and an impact driver in one kit. The bag is a plus, too as many people want to transport these tools around with them.

Are these Ni-Cad or Ni-MH?

That’s my question too. The fact they don’t clearly state lithium tells me they’re not.

EDIT:

“•(2) 18-Volt NiCad Batteries”

They added the “NiCad” part to specs later.

I have been using these Dewalt refurbs for years.
They have amazing power. I don’t need them but bought for the batteries.

the home depot deal comes with a drill and driver also. and two batteries.

(2) 18-Volt NiCad Batteries

I wrote they added “NiCad” to the description later, ie; after my post. It read simply “(2) 18-Volt Batteries” originally.

Already have this exact drill. Wish they offered just the impact, no need for 2 drills.

Very tempting. Anyone have any experience with the Ryobi ones linked earlier? I’m wondering if the batteries on those would put it over the top, or if the quality of these would put them.

Love DeWALT tools, but… The supplied batteries (NiCad) are antiquated. The reason you can usually find these deals are due to the batteries and charger supplied being NiCad. the Li-Ion batteries and chargers are where the money is. Li-Ion does not develop a “memory” and will degrade much faster.

The batteries (2) alone cost $99 in the big box stores.

These do NOT appear to be the Dewalt XRT batteries

already have a 18v porter cable set wish this was the 36v