Cordless Combo Kit
I have been looking at cordless combo kits. What I really want is the cordless circular saw. However, by the time you buy one with batteries and a charger, you might as well buy a kit - it is like getting a drill for free. I have been considering Ryobi, but I have read several bad reviews about power and battery problems. According to consumer reports, the DeWalt and Hitachi actually are very close to the corded models. I just want it for breaking down sheets of plywood and quick jobs without having to get an extention cord.
What are your experiences with cordless combo kits? Which ones are good? Which ones are not as good?
Rich (the Yooper)
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