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  • difference between 18V Fuego and X3 combo kit

    other than the fact that X3 18V Lithium-Ion 5 Pc. Combo has 5 tools and 18V Lithium-Ion Fuego Compact Combo Kit has 4 tools, what is the main difference between the 2 combo kits ? Fuego drill is newer and shorter design, X3 has the circular saw, Feugo doesn't, but what else is diff between the two ?

    Tired of my Dewalt 18V batteries dying, time to buy new Rigid combo kit. Just DIYer not contractor, but that lifetime warranty claim from Rigid makes the Rigid purchase hopefully in the long run a no brainer.
    thanks
    Last edited by KWOLSEN; 10-03-2009, 10:41 AM.

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    Re: difference between 18V Fuego and X3 combo kit

    Originally posted by KWOLSEN View Post
    other than the fact that X3 18V Lithium-Ion 5 Pc. Combo has 5 tools and 18V Lithium-Ion Fuego Compact Combo Kit has 4 tools, what is the main difference between the 2 combo kits ? Fuego drill is newer and shorter design, X3 has the circular saw, Feugo doesn't, but what else is diff between the two ?

    Tired of my Dewalt 18V batteries dying, time to buy new Rigid combo kit. Just DIYer not contractor, but that lifetime warranty claim from Rigid makes the Rigid purchase hopefully in the long run a no brainer.
    thanks
    The X3 kit also has the larger lithium ion batteries where the fuego has the compact lithium ion batteries. The X3 drill is also a hammer drill with a handle where the fuego isn't. Lights are different, but shouldn't be a deal breaker.

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      Re: difference between 18V Fuego and X3 combo kit

      Originally posted by rofl View Post
      The X3 kit also has the larger lithium ion batteries where the fuego has the compact lithium ion batteries. The X3 drill is also a hammer drill with a handle where the fuego isn't. Lights are different, but shouldn't be a deal breaker.
      Yeah, what he said.

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