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Amazon is offering the perfect combo of DeWalt swag for $550, with free shipping. DeWalt loads this sturdy “Bag O’Tools” with a great selection of 18V heavy-duty cordless tools: a cordless hammerdrill, an impact driver, a reciprocating saw, a circular saw, a cut-off tool, a flexible floodlight, a one-hour charger, and two 18V batteries.

If you want to save some more coin, you can get a refurbished kit from Hardware Sales Inc. for $400.

XRP Combo Kit [DeWalt]
Via Amazon [What’s This?] [B000IBJ7KK] [What’s This?]
[Hardware Sales Inc.]
Street Pricing [Google Products]


6 Responses to Dealmonger: DeWalt XRP 18V Six-Tool Combo Kit $550

  1. Jason says:

    I printed this deal from Amazon and took it to Home Depot today. They matched the price. Very nice.


  2. Shopmonger (aka Donny B) says:

    This is a great kit. I currently use the dewalt 18v kit…….

    Have had it for 3 years and have been very happy.. This is a good deal.
    the steel ratchetting chuck on the dril has been great.

  3. dobson says:

    I got this same kit from Amazon for $491.00 over the winter. NOT a refurb model but NEW. And it came with a free too rebate for which I got the jig saw. Yes I am very proud of this deal. Actually the impact driver in my kit is the new case design with the built in LED light.

    I didn’t realise that Home Depot would match prices, I could done that and not have to wait for shipping (which was free btw).

    Can anyone beat that deal?

  4. bc says:

    @ Dobson. Got the same deal as you with the jig saw. Batteries dont have the umph they used to. If makita lxt had a vacuum and a nailer I would switch…

  5. rjerryc says:

    Always a danged flashlight thrown in – they are a lot cheaper than the other stuff. And yet, only 2 batteries! I have a pile of 18V DeWalt stuff and purchased a bunch of batteries to go with them. You should get one battery for each tool in these “kits” so you could use all the tools without swapping batteries.

  6. Kyle says:

    I thought about purchasing this set but was hesitating for a while. The place I work luckily bought the set before I did. I’m sure glad they did because I was not impressed. Unless you need any of thses tools for a quick 20 minute job, or need a tool in a remote place, I wouldn’t reccomend them. I’d rather drag out a cord than be running for a new battery every 20 minutes. These tools have their place but unless its just a quick job, I wouldn’t go for them.

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