Just $29.97 (25% off) 20-Volt BLACK+DECKER Cordless Drill

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Walmart offers 20-Volt BLACK+DECKER Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill for $29.97. You can also pick it up in store. This Extended Run Time Lithium Battery is compatible with the 20-Volt MAX line of power and gardening tools. These batteries have been formulated for longer runtime and improved performance.

Soft grip handle that provides added comfort during use and is lightweight to prevent user fatigue.
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