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RetiredCoastie

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Topamax wrote: “If you already have the power tools in 120 volt, I wouldn’t buy battery primarily for one project. I agree the lithium batteries are the best. Rigid tools have a lifetime warranty including the batteries and I have had good luck with them.”

Thanks Topamax for the input. I hadn’t looked at Rigid but I will. I agree I have 120V tools except for the recip saw but I would be able to use the skill saw, drill and recip saw on other projects. The wife would use the recip saw instead of getting my fine cut Japanese saw for trimming tree branches which she did when I was on a road trip. Thanks all for your input!

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