|Product Name||Dewalt Tool Kit|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B000N1BB4K|
|Long Description||Tools Included Hammer drill, circular saw, reciprocating saw, impact wrench, impact driver, jig saw, cutoff tool, cutout tool, flexible floodlight Storage Case Included Yes Volts 18 Battery Type XRP Ni-Cd Battery Included Yes, (2) Charger Included Yes, 1 Hour Additional Specs 18V cordless hammer drill with 3-speed all-metal transmission and 1/2in. self-tightening chuck delivers 450 watts for maximum performance, faster application speed and superior bit retention 18V circular saw with 6 1/2in. 16-tooth carbide blade and rip fence can cut 2 X 4s at a 45 angle in a single pass 18V reciprocating saw with keyless blade clamp allows for quick blade change without touching blade or reciprocating shaft 18V impact driver with 1330 in.-lbs. of max. torque 18V cutoff tool with 6500 RPM provides high power for cutting and grinding applications 18V flexible floodlight provides hands-free use 18V variable speed jig saw with all metal lever action keyless blade change 18V 1/2in. high torque impact wrench with 300 ft.-lbs. of max. torque 18V cut-out tool with tool-free bit change|
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For a couple months, we have been working on a major revamp of the database. All the existing data will be saved of course but many new data elements will be created.
People have been asking for the ability to track nutritional information, ingredients and other data items related to various products.
To this point, we have not been able to track that information because of a limit imposed by the database layout. Adding these new fields would be very hard.
We have finally gotten the database into the correct shape for the new fields and many many more in the future. We will be able to track just about any type of data item for any given product type.
It may be a few more months before the input screens catch up to the database changes. We want the user interface to be smooth and easy to use. Using feedback we have already received about the current site we will be making changes to the input process.
We also need to take into account the existing applications that are using the existing data feed and we will also need to create a new updated data feed for people moving forward.
In short, big changes are coming now that the database has been revamped but all the existing functions will continue to work without interuption.