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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Timber View Post
    How does one find these events? I'm in need of a better power mitre box.
    I'll reach out to my personal contacts and get a list. The CS reps at Dewalt were useless and said there is none. It's a crock, the guy that puts the events together is anal retentive. He has the site names and dates scheduled nearly a year in advance.
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    I bought the better 20 V 1/4 inch impact driver a couple weeks ago. It came with 2 batteries and a case for $169 at Theisens on sale. I've used the heck out of it and am still on the 1st charge of the battery.

    It has 3 speeds but no clutch. That makes it real easy to over tighten things. Overall it rock solid and works like I expected. Oh, and yesterday Dirty found the missing 18V one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    I bought the better 20 V 1/4 inch impact driver a couple weeks ago. It came with 2 batteries and a case for $169 at Theisens on sale. I've used the heck out of it and am still on the 1st charge of the battery.

    It has 3 speeds but no clutch. That makes it real easy to over tighten things. Overall it rock solid and works like I expected. Oh, and yesterday Dirty found the missing 18V one.
    Good thing they make an adapter so that you can run 20v batteries on a 18v tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    Good thing they make an adapter so that you can run 20v batteries on a 18v tool.
    Yep have the adapter already.
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    I really like the auto oiling and the tree hook, 2 things I wish my B&D had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    I bought the better 20 V 1/4 inch impact driver a couple weeks ago. It came with 2 batteries and a case for $169 at Theisens on sale. I've used the heck out of it and am still on the 1st charge of the battery.

    It has 3 speeds but no clutch. That makes it real easy to over tighten things. Overall it rock solid and works like I expected. Oh, and yesterday Dirty found the missing 18V one.
    I liked my first 20v brushless impact so much I bought a second one the next time I found a good sale on a kit. It came bundled with a free circular saw too. I have 2 of those saws not too. They really do work well, and work hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post

    Tool barn has them for sale with a 7-10 day lead time.
    https://www.toolbarn.com/dewalt-dcps620m1.html/
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJadamec View Post
    Tool barn has them for sale with a 7-10 day lead time.
    https://www.toolbarn.com/dewalt-dcps620m1.html/
    Good price with the battery and charger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Sparky Channel just released a review video of this unit.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpWOyGbzzdo

    Watching the video and listening to the sound of the motor I thought something seemed very familiar about this saw. It is almost identical to the Black and Decker 20V pole saw that I've had for 6 years. Then I remembered that Stanley Black and Decker owns DeWalt. :-)

    So basically this is the B&D LPP120 20V pole saw with a few upgrades. They added a metal bucking strip and an automatic oiler. Otherwise it seems identical to the LPP120. It even uses the same plastic chain guard and chain tightening tool.

    Not that this is a bad thing. I've been very happy with my LPP120. The only thing really lacking was better batteries and the oiler (manually oiling the chain every few cuts in a PITA). I've used mine hard over the past 6 years and other than replacing the chain it has performed flawlessly.

    The bare B&D tool costs $74 whereas the bare DeWalt tool is $150.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails LPP120.jpg   DCPS620M1.jpg  
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