WHETHER YOU’RE tackling renovations at home or working on a job site, some projects require multiple tools to get things done. You can build up your workshop one tool at a time or purchase a bundle that will help prepare you for the work. Lowe’s is offering a 37 percent discount on this DeWalt 20V Max 4-Tool Combo Kit, dropping the price from $399 to $249.
The four-tool kit includes a ½-inch drill-driver, three-speed oscillating multi-tool, handheld LED work light, and a 6 ½-inch circular saw, giving you a well-rounded set to tackle projects large and small. And you can carry all of it in DeWalt’s storage bag, which also features space for a 2-amp-hour battery, 4-amp-hour battery, and a charger. All of this is included. If you have plans to, say, build a shed in your backyard, this kit will be a big help.
A cordless drill is one of the most essential power tools you can own, and a few of DeWalt’s have made the grade among the best cordless drills. This one is compact and boasts a brushless motor, alongside a variable trigger for precise speed control and a built-in LED to help you see better in low light.
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The combo kit also includes a 6 ½-inch circular saw, an indispensable tool for DIY projects requiring cutting lumber and plywood. This battery-operated saw features a motor that delivers 5,150 revolutions per minute, enough for challenging cuts. As with DeWalt’s cordless drills, we recommend a couple of the company’s circular saws in our roundup of the best.
The nice thing about this bundle is you can use the batteries with every one of these tools—and many other DeWalt 20-volt power tools—allowing you to switch batteries on the fly without worrying about compatibility issues. Because when you’re tackling a project, that’s the last thing you should worry about.
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Brandon Russell is a freelance writer covering gear and technology. He started his journey as a news writer at a small newspaper and later began reviewing smartphones, movies, and video games. In his free time, he enjoys the slower, more intentional experience of using a 35mm film camera and making short videos about movies he grew up watching.
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