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    You need to re-evaluate “need”. I have no “need” either... but i might some day??? Better to be prepared. BUY IT!! I know i will.....
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    Keeping a small form-factor is Makita’s calling card. Pretty much guaranteed whatever uber-powered batteries they release will be among the most compact on the market. I get mixed reports about what size cells Ryobi is using in their latest batteries. Some claim they are actually still using 18650s. What makes this interesting is they have released a compact 4Ah: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-ONE-Lithium-Ion-LITHIUM-HP-4-0-Ah-High-Capacity-Battery-P192/301913865 If it’s true that Ryobi’s getting 18650s that can hold 4+Ah at prices that keep them within their price points it would make for a great reason for Makita allegedly scrapped whatever their next larger battery was going to be. 4Ah 18650s exist apparently, too: https://news.panasonic.com/global/press/data/en091225-3/en091225-3.html I could definitely deal with Makita releasing batteries in their current form factor making 8+Ah. Although how much they’ll likely cost could be prohibitive.
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    New cordless cable stapler meant for residential wiring applications, primarily fastening Romex brand wires and cables. Model: DCN701 Price: Availability: Early 2019 Features: Proprietary cable guide to line up shots Center-mounted LED for workplace illumination Extended trigger provides easy use in multiple orientations Adjustable belt hook for left or right attachment depending on user preference Made in the USA with global materials Compatible with DEWALT DRS18100 1" Insulated Cable Staples (sold separately) Compatible with all DEWALT 20V MAX* batteries Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
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    Yes it would! I have one coming my way. Actual photos to come. Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
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    Is it me or does Bosch brighten up their blue when pics of new tools come out? I remember they did the same for the 12v brushless line. You see them in person and they're so dark the blue is barely visible from a distance.
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