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SKIL PWRCore 20 Brushless 20V 1/2" Drill Driver w/ 2.0Ah Lithium Battery EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has SKIL PWRCore 20 Brushless 20V 1/2" Drill Driver w/ 2.0Ah Lithium Battery & Charger (DL529303) for $39.94 > now $39.43. Shipping is free. Thanks TheEmfinger
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Amazon has a Skil brushless drill with single 20V 2.0ah battery and charger. Msrp is around $100 and has been dropping for the last few weeks and is down to $41 now, the lowest price ever per CCC. Solid deal for a new basic brushless drill for around the house.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MWLL...jEbMTGFAHS Now $39.43
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Found this if you need 2 battery
SKIL 2-Tool Combo Kit: 20V Drill Driver and Impact Driver, Includes Two 2.0Ah Lithium Batteries, PWRAssist USB Charging Adapter and Charger - CB739201 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004CTX...jEbRP67DW0
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It doesn't. You get what you pay for with tools. That said, for average homeowner use it's fine.
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The price fluctuates up and down and was down to $41.01 last I checked.

Edit: $40.20 currently
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Thanks op! I am still on the fence if I want to keep my Hitachi 18v drill I got from Lowes a while ago. Can anyone weigh in if this one is better? Just normal dyi households stuff. Here is the one I got from Lowes for 50 w 2 batteries https://www.lowes.com/pd/Metabo-H...1001212278

Edit:appears to be a metal chuck which is a big plus in my book v's the plastic of the Hitachi
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yahoo thank you!!!
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Thanks op! I am still on the fence if I want to keep my Hitachi 18v drill I got from Lowes a while ago. Can anyone weigh in if this one is better? Just normal dyi households stuff. Here is the one I got from Lowes for 50 w 2 batteries https://www.lowes.com/pd/Metabo-H...1001212278 [lowes.com]

Edit:appears to be a metal chuck which is a big plus in my book v's the plastic of the Hitachi
Meh, metal chuck won't make much difference in home/DIY use. I'd keep the Hitachi for the 2nd battery.
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I'd keep the Hitachi too simply because of the other Hitachi tools that will work with the batteries. The brushless skil is nice but not necessary.
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is this a good brand? battery interchangeable with other tools or lights, if they make lights? i have an old lithium porter cable 18v but it seems underpowered. batteries still good. came with 2. just seems like meh. i want to try something newer.
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Great price but I'd want 2 battery packs. Wonder how much I could sell the drill for if I were to buy 2 sets since the battery alone isn't much less.

I have the Hitachi from years ago but the packs are giving up.
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Great price but I'd want 2 battery packs. Wonder how much I could sell the drill for if I were to buy 2 sets since the battery alone isn't much less.

I have the Hitachi from years ago but the packs are giving up.
Found this if you need 2 battery
SKIL 2-Tool Combo Kit: 20V Drill Driver and Impact Driver, Includes Two 2.0Ah Lithium Batteries, PWRAssist USB Charging Adapter and Charger - CB739201 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004CTX...jEbRP67DW0
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Found this if you need 2 battery
SKIL 2-Tool Combo Kit: 20V Drill Driver and Impact Driver, Includes Two 2.0Ah Lithium Batteries, PWRAssist USB Charging Adapter and Charger - CB739201 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004CTX...jEbRP67DW0
good find
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How does this compare to a Makita?
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How does this compare to a Makita?
It doesn't. You get what you pay for with tools. That said, for average homeowner use it's fine.
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Why is $6 off considered a FP deal?
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It doesn't. You get what you pay for with tools. That said, for average homeowner use it's fine.
Okay. Thank You!! I bought a Makita set - brushless - impact, cordless drill, two batteries, charger and case for $70.00 at HD about a year ago..... Thinking about getting another set because My bf is constantly borrowing them!
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