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Dewalt 20v Max Dcg412 Only on

US $70.00

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Part Brand:Dewalt Warranty:Yes

Please Note that buyer will receive the item as described in the description below and as pictured. Only the items mentioned as "Included" are part of this auction and anything else that may or may not come with a brand new item will not be shipped with the order.

Please read the entire auction before bidding to ensure you know the condition of the item and what you will be receiving. Please see the pictures for the actual item.

Up for sale is a Dewalt 20V Max DCG412 only and charger,tested in our store.

Item comes as shown in the pictures. Refer to pictures for details.  

Any questions feel free to e-mail me. Good luck!



We do NOT ship internationally.


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We will not ship to unconfirmed addresses!
The shipping cost listed in the ads is for US bidders ONLY!.
We ship items to the lower 48 USA states. Our shipping charge includes shipping, handling, and insurance. Our shipping process is mostly automated so we can ship your orders quickly.
We have no problem with Indonesia, Russia or Korea.
If you are from Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico contact us before shipping!

Standard shipping delivery typically takes between 6 to 10 business days, but please allow up to 2-3 weeks. We will send you an e-mail with the tracking number so you can check the progress of your delivery. Please note that we assign tracking numbers before our carrier actually picks up your shipment. Tracking links may take up to 24 hours to be activated within the carrier's system. We ship on the next business day.

Return and Refund

If you are not satisfied with your purchase and would like to return the item you must do so within 14 business days. We will not refund postage and shipping fees under any circumstances.

Items sold 'AS IS' are not refundable.

We will not take responsibility for lost or damage items during the shipment, but we will support you with all necessary information for your insurance claim. Insurance options and tracking number (if available) will be emailed to you upon request.

We will not refund payments on electronics damaged due to improper installation!


We work very hard to provide the best possible service to our valued customers
and our policy reflects our dedication, as well as it reflects our hard experience.


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