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Black & Decker Matrix 6-Tool Combo Kit

By: on July 26, 2016
$228.59
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Black & Decker's Matrix Quick Connect System is a multi-tool for dudes who don't mess around. This is no nail file-bottle-opener-mini-scissor-flashlight combo you can slip into your pocket. This is a Suitcase of Power for Men.

The Matrix consists of a battery-operated 20-volt Max motor and 6 interchangeable attachments that allow you to alternate between drilling and driving applications quickly, "build[ing] your workshop as you go," and saving the space and money you'd need to own each power tool individually. Tool heads include a Drill-Driver, Sander, Jig Saw, Oscillating, and Impact attachments.

The Matrix uses a 20v Lithium-ion battery that can work continuously for up to 8 hours, and hold its charge for up to 18 months. Use the kit for drilling, sanding, routing, cutting, and fastening materials such as wood, metal, and plastic.

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