Snap On Cdr6850a 18v Cordless 1/2" Drill / Driver Set ^ on 2040-parts.com
Margate City, New Jersey, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
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Part Brand:Snap On
Manufacturer Part Number:CDR6850A
Snap On CDR6850A 1/2" 18v Cordless Drill Driver
Tested and in great working condition
Previously used with some marks from wear as seen in the pictures
Comes with 1x charger
2x CTB4187 High output Batteries
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