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This would be great if the drill was higher quality and to offset the price of that the useless cheap items be omitted. IE: hammer, Pliers wires cutter set, tape measure.
This charging system - plug in type with a small cord seems to be as cheap as you can possibly go.
just seems to me that a bigger pile of pewp is not better than a smaller one. but if 2/3rds of a big pile could be sold off to make 1 small pile of gold. Then I think I'd rather have the small pile with no pewp included. :O)
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I have a B&D Firestorm set from five years ago that came with an eerily similar drill and near as I can tell the same battery with different numbers on it. I once used the drill for a pretty serious project that involved drilling 2x6's down each side of a short wooden bridge. I almost got one entire side done before one of the batteries kicked it and nearly the whole way around with two. I still have the set and use it from time to time. Considering the batteries say 2007, I think they are doing very well since I've never replaced them. It's definitely a light duty set and no replacement for corded tools. However, if you just need a starter set for a college student or something it's not a bad way to go. Just don't leave the battery on the charger indefinitely.
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