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Dewalt 18V 3 Piece Atomic Brushless Kit $399 + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Bunnings Warehouse

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I think it is a good deal if you want a handy reciprocating saw as pruner. From the specs, it seems better or samilar with makita's dhp484 and DTD153. like the kit here: https://www.bunnings.com.au/makita-18v-2-piece-brushless-com.... that kit was 305 couple days back.
So I think it may not be the best deal, but maybe good enough.

kit includes:
- DCD795 18V XR BRUSHLESS Hammer Drill Driver
- DCF809 18V XR ATOMIC BRUSHLESS Impact Driver
- DCS369 18V XR ATOMIC BRUSHLESS Reciprocating Saw,
- 1 x DCB184 18V XR 5.0Ah Battery Pack, DCB115 Multi voltage Charger.

The Reciprocating Saw is very handy and could be used as a pruner.

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    is this a good deal?

    You're the one posting…

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    My mind is confused over this post

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      sorry for confusing you. I have edited the post so maybe it is clearer

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    Feels like a normal price tbh.

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      Price hipster says normal price but I think it's a relatively new set as there isn't much historical data.

  • +2 votes

    I bought a dewalt drill and Impact Driver with battery and charger for $279 (on sale)

    the Reciprocating Saw is $249 @ Bunnings so this is a great deal

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      Can still get a 2 piece set for $299 which is good value with 2 smaller batteries. The larger battery in this kit is good for the recip but 2 smaller ones would be better for the drill and impact so you're not swapping them all the time and it's a lot lighter in your hand.

  • +5 votes

    OzisthisaBargain

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    If u want to use reciprocating saw for pruning make sure grab some pruning blade too.

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    What the hell is atomic? Is that a new name?
    The impact driver and drill look like the entry level from memory.

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      Atomic is their lower end stuff I think

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        the higher end kits are over a grand….

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        It's their lighter compact range. Similar to makita 12v or Milwaukee M12.

        Plenty of trades and situations call for light and compact.

  • +1 vote

    Apparently it's the more compact version of the tool- less power, less torque - reviews say its equivalent to a 12V version.

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      Still enough torque to get most jobs done.

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    How does this kit compare to this..
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-18v-one-2-5ah-4-piece-kit_...

    For $399 as well. Ob difference is different saw, but other than that are the drills that different? Ryobi comes with 2 batteries (although smaller capacity) compared to 1. Are the Dewalt tools better quality?

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      I would say DeWalt are far better quality tools but if you're just a backyard battler, Ryobi is fine. Warranty is excellent too.
      I personally would take the circular saw and grinder over a recip saw but depends what you're wanting to do. I have all 3 tools and the recip would get used the least for me.

      These are brushed tools though, so will be more power hungry and have a bit less grunt that the brushless equivalent (and what is included in the DeWalt kit). In comparison, the brushless set is $729 for skins only so should give you an idea of how much better brushless is.

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        Ahh nice gotchya. Yeah just a occasional use backyard battler 😅
        Probably makes sense to get into the Ryobi Ecosystem, so many options.
        Thanks for response 👍

  • +1 vote

    If it were 2 batteries, this would've been a great deal