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hi all

i'm hoping to kit out my van to start out as a sparky, i have a pretty good collection of tools already but wanted to get your thoughts on some of these products, if you guys could suggest anything esle that i might need for my tool collection i'd appreciate it.

im not too sure about buying the 36v circular saw, seems a bit much just to use to cut floor boards, do you guys thing i could get away with a cheaper dewalt circular saw?

thanks all


THE LIST -

Products - Powertools - Cordless - Rotary Hammers - 36 Volt Heavy Duty 3 Mode Quick Change Chuck Dedicated Cordless Hammer - DEWALT

Products - Powertools - Cordless - Hammer Drills - 36 Volt Drill - DEWALT

Products - Powertools - Cordless - Drill Drivers - 14.4 Volt 13 mm Compact Cordless Drill Driver - DEWALT

Products - Powertools - Cordless - Circular Saws - 36V Circular Saw - DEWALT

Products - Powertools - Cordless - Right Angle Drills - 14.4 Volt 10 mm Compact Cordless Right Angle Drill - DEWALT

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