expired Xfinity Plus 20V Brushless Hammer Drill & Impact Driver Kit $149 @ ALDI

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BRUSHLESS HAMMER DRILL AND IMPACT DRIVER KIT $149. Kit includes: Brushless Hammer Drill (50Nm torque) and Brushless Impact Driver (200Nm torque), 2 x1.5Ah Xfinity batteries and charger, blow-moulded case for easy storage and 15pc accessories.

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  • +2 votes

    With any luck Bunnings to do an Ozito price drop to compete?

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    Edit: already asked above.

    Btw, I wonder how this one, or the Ozito for that matter, is compared to the Standley Fatmax kit? Too bad I missed that deal.

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      I am hoping for one. But I think they will do drill driver one again and not the hammer drill

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      I'd guess won't make a difference to the majority of people. Notice the colour or style difference more than the performance imo.
      If you want to look at it another way you'd be better off with this Aldi and using the price difference getting half decent bits with it.

  • +1 vote

    i think interesting is Aldi getting into brushless. past deals have been for. brushed tools and bunnimgs offer similar brushed but not brushless.
    now with brushless maybe bunnings will start to try and match with brushless tools rather than brushed, problem might be the bundles if aldi doesn’t do skin and battery as separates.
    the 1.5ah is unexciting.

  • +2 votes

    where can i get a copy of the full catalog for this special buy date?

    edit: found it. https://www.catalogueau.com/aldi/

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    1.5 ah batteries not a good value compared to De-Walt brushless combo for sale recently for $260 with bag & decent batteries.
    Anyone knows what's included in the 15 piece accessories?

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      Look like maybe some drill bits, couple of sockets and some driver bits from the catalogue pic

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    Power tools noob here. How does the jigsaw compare to this one
    https://www.amazon.com.au/Jemar-Tools-Electric-Woodworking-A...

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    I bought Xfinity brushless angle grinder and drill which were on sale 8th June 2019.They work perfectly with my 2AH batteries. There is an annoying problem with 4AH batteries - after a certain amount of idle time the tool will not restart unless you remove the battery and insert it again, sometimes you need to do this twice. My son-in-law has the same two tools and the same problem. According to the service agent the battery electronics switch the battery off and do not respond when you activate the tool. I don't know if this problem will occur with this new batch of tools but if it does the same "solution" may apply. Selling this new kit with 1.5AH batteries doesn't really make an attractive deal. At least you get a fast charger, unlike the recent 7-piece kit that had the 1.5AH's and the slow, slow charger. It was not surprising that they were marked down to $130 to clear stock
    I am dealing with the service agent to try to get a solution to the problem. Their only offering so far was to return the batteries and/or tools and get a refund. As I like and depend on these tools and the Xfinity system this is not really a good option. I will follow up when I get a result.
    If you have the same problem with the new tools contact the service agent straight away

  • +1 vote

    Bunnings has price matched this with their Ozito range:

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/476986

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    Noob question: would one still require a drill driver if one already has an impact driver? Is it one or the other or is both required?

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      If you ever plan to drill more than a few holes in masonry, you'll appreciate the hammer drill.