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Dewalt 18V 4ah XR Atomic 2pc Kit DCK2062M2T-XE(Redeem Bonus DCB184-XE 18V XR 5ah Battery) $399 @ Bunnings ($379.05 with Pwrpass)


Includes DCD709 18V XR Li-Ion BRUSHLESS Compact Hammer Drill Driver,
DCF809 18V XR BRUSHLESS Compact Impact Driver,
2x DCB182 18V XR Li-Ion 4.0Ah Battery Packs,
DCB115 18V XR Li-Ion Multi-Voltage Charger.

BONUS DCB184-XE - 18V XR 5Ah Battery Pack Via online redemption

A slightly more powerful but similar AEG kit is also available for $399: https://trade.bunnings.com.au/aeg-18v-4-0ah-2-piece-brushles…

Both of these come down to $379.05 with PowerPass

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  • Wtf, are they trying to one up Sony with those ridiculous names?

  • +5

    I think there are better Dewalt options in this price range, especially if you are willing to wait for a deal. The kit with the dcf850, dcd805, and powerstacks is better in every way and seems to go on special every few months for a similar amount. The tools in this kit aren't anywhere near as good as their flagship models and performance and size wise not even comparable to their current atomic models.

    • thanks for the feedback, would you have link for the powerstacks deal? its like $699 at bunnings now. would love to grab that if it ever went on sale at bunnings, i have powerpass too so would be sweet

      • Currently $479 at Sydney Tools but was on special last week for around $420ish. No telling when it will be on special again, unfortunately. Comes with a bonus powerstack battery, though, which is a big plus.

        • I reckon i can wait for the 420 price again then get my local bunnings to pricematch or maybe just get from sydney tools.

    • Thanks for the feedback, do you think this offer from SydneyTools will serve much better than the one posted above?


      • +1

        Yeah, that's a much better deal. The 840 is well reviewed and pretty much the same performance as the 850, 845, and 887. It doesn't have the speed selector but still has a variable speed trigger.

        The only downside is you only get one battery, but that shouldn't be too big of a deal breaker considering a 5ah lasts a long time on these tools and it will only take a little over an hour to charge from empty to full.

        If you need them, extra batteries are easy enough to get with discounted kits and redemptions. I have I think 12 batteries and 5 chargers and I've only ever got them with my tool purchases. For that same reason, there are usually plenty of new batteries on Marketplace for $100 or less.

  • Sad the battery redemption loophole is no more. Should have bought another 5Ah battery for my Dyson V8 from the last offer.

  • +1

    The multi tool and angle grinder rarely come on sale, been waiting for ages!

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