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EYC152GQW Combo Kit

Panasonic - EYC152GQW Combo Kit

The hammer drill and the saw in this cordless combo kit from Panasonic work a long time on a single charge

$450.00 (As of 12/1/2005)

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5/17/2009

We have two sets of 18 volt Milwaukee combo kits, two sets of 18 volt Panasonic combo kits, and a craftsman combo set on our job. Both companies Milwaukee and Panasonic make an excellent tool. The Panasonic skill saw does not fit the hand well other then that I would rate the tools equally. The Panasonic batteries however are far superior to anything else we can find. The Panasonic tools are what everyone grabs first. We grab them first because we can expect to get our work done without going to the charger several times. We get far more production from the Panasonic then any other battery tool. In my opinion Panasonic tools are far superior to anything else simply because of their batteries.