What’s in The Box 1 sets
M18 18-Volt Compact Blower – 0884-20
M18 18-Volt 1/2-Inch Hammer Drill/Driver – 2607-20
M18 18-Volt 5/8-Inch SDS Plus Rotary Hammer – 2612-20
M18 18-Volt Cright Angle Drill – 2615-20
M18 18-Volt SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw – 2620-20
M18 18-Volt Cordless Multi-Tool – 2626-20
M18 18-Volt Cordless Band Saw – 2629-20
M18 18-Volt 6-1/2-Inch Circular Saw – 2630-20
M18 18-Volt Cordless Jig Saw – 2645-20
M18 18-Volt 1/4-Inch Hex Impact Driver – 2656-20
M18 18-Volt 1/2-Inch Impact Wrench w/ Pin Detent – 2659-20
M18 18-Volt 1/2-Inch High-Torque Impact Wrench w/ Friction Ring – 2663-20
4-1/2-Inch Cut-Off/Grinder – 2680-20
M18 18-Volt 5-3/8-Inch Metal Saw – 2682-20
M18 18-Volt LED Work Light – 2735-20
M18 18-Volt Six Pack Sequential Charger – 48-59-1806
(4) M18 18-Volt REDLITHIUM XC 4.0 Extended Capacity Battery Pack – 48-11-1840
Name:Cordless Lithium-Ion Combo Tools Kits
Model Number:2695-15 M18 18V
How to Recycle Old Power Tools
Contact your nearest power tool dealer or service center to see if it will recycle your tool for you. Some companies allow consumers to drop off their old power tools at one of their dealers or service centers to be properly disassembled and recycled.
Remove the rechargeable battery and recycle it separately if your the manufacturer won’t recycle your tool. In most cases, a rechargeable battery is the most harmful part of the tool to the environment.
If it still works, give your old power tool to a friend or family member or donate it to a thrift store or to a charitable organization.
Hold a garage or yard sale. The older the power tool or the more outdated it is, the lower you should price it. It is best to keep most items at a garage sale under $10. You can charge more than $10 for your old power tool but have a good reason to justify the high price. If you want to charge more than $20, consider placing an ad for the tool in a local newspaper on a free classifieds website .