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randomrabbit
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Posted 1:59am PST 11/09/2019
Posted 1:59am PST 11/09/2019
The batteries alone can be expensive
jetsedder
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Posted 3:16am PST 11/09/2019
Posted 3:16am PST 11/09/2019
O’Ryobi rules!
b3nz
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Posted 10:11am PST 11/09/2019
Posted 10:11am PST 11/09/2019
Some good deals here. The Ryobi deal is only a single tool or battery, while all the other brands are 2.
RDBinkley
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Posted 11:28am PST 11/11/2019
Posted 11:28am PST 11/11/2019
It is most helpful if you can select the higher amperage batteries. If you can only choose the lower 2 or 3 amp batteries then you will need several to be able to run a tool longer than a few minutes. The better deal may be to select the optional tools and watch for separate deals on the higher amperage batteries.
IT_Reviewer
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Posted 9:11am PST 11/12/2019
Posted 9:11am PST 11/12/2019
Milwaukee makes a great set of battery operated tools
chad515
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Posted 10:09am PST 11/12/2019
Posted 10:09am PST 11/12/2019
I'm surprised they included batteries. That's awesome. The Makita deal even has a dual 4A battery kit. Not bad.
Indigovalley1957
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Posted 10:49am PST 11/12/2019
Posted 10:49am PST 11/12/2019
Are these good quality tools? I'm looking for a gift for my brother-in-law..
gwcomp
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Posted 12:27pm PST 11/12/2019
Posted 12:27pm PST 11/12/2019
Are these good quality tools? I'm looking for a gift for my brother-in-law..
All of the tool systems are good quality. Ryobi is a bit more "homeowner" instead of "pro". The more important question is what kind of work does he need to do? Woodworking? Electrical? Demo/Construction? etc. There are several good tool websites that discuss the advantages of each brand's system for different work.
Shmeagle
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Posted 12:29pm PST 11/12/2019
Posted 12:29pm PST 11/12/2019
Are these good quality tools? I'm looking for a gift for my brother-in-law..

Rigid has lifetime warranty.
njmulvi
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Posted 9:05am PST 11/13/2019
Posted 9:05am PST 11/13/2019
It's usually cheaper to buy whole new set than to just replace the batteries....good deal!
edman79
Ben's cred: 32
Posted 7:44pm PST 11/13/2019
Posted 7:44pm PST 11/13/2019
I'd go for the Milwaukee.
tammy.schiff.7
Ben's cred: 6
Posted 5:37am PST 11/17/2019
Posted 5:37am PST 11/17/2019
This is a great deal!! I bought a Ryobi replacement battery and spent almost $100. So just the batteries as extras is fantastic! This would make a great Christmas gift!
sh10453
Ben's cred: 83
Posted 7:15am PST 11/22/2019
Posted 7:15am PST 11/22/2019
These are useful, reliable, and durable tools. I think I'll take advantage of this offer. Two batteries is a must option, especially for a job that takes hours of power tools usage.
SleepySushi
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Posted 7:58am PST 11/22/2019
Posted 7:58am PST 11/22/2019
The batteries are worth this deal honestly.
mikegrmi
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Posted 8:12am PST 11/22/2019
Posted 8:12am PST 11/22/2019
When buying batteries, keep in mind that not only do the larger ones run the tool longer, but they get less stress on them under heavy load. The current draw gets divided between more battery cells making them last longer, plus the tools often perform stronger because of less voltage drop.
systech
Ben's cred: 10
Posted 2:32pm PST 11/22/2019
Posted 2:32pm PST 11/22/2019
Milwaukee makes some of the best! I've had my Milwaukee set for almost 5 years, and it's still going strong on the original batteries.
feelinabitgreek
Ben's cred: 2
Posted 2:38pm PST 11/22/2019
Posted 2:38pm PST 11/22/2019
This is a fantastic deal! Just gotta convince the wife I need 4 new tools...
JaySkull80
Ben's cred: 1
Posted 4:37pm PST 11/22/2019
Posted 4:37pm PST 11/22/2019
Milwaukee is a great brand
tiburoncito2000
Ben's cred: 166
Posted 7:58pm PST 11/22/2019
Posted 7:58pm PST 11/22/2019
I need a battery blower
Joseph Chilton
Ben's cred: 0
Posted 1:55am PST 11/23/2019
Posted 1:55am PST 11/23/2019
Milwaukee tools last. So do the batteries.

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