$498 at Bunnings currently, but they appear to not be stocked so you may not have luck price matching against them.
That's not a bad deal - if you're in the market for some Dewalt kit, also take a look at this https://www.i-tools.co.nz/collections/dewalt-20v-max/products/dewalt-dcd996-dcf887-20v-max-twin-kit
- $549 for the 996 drill & 887 impact driver + 2 x 4Ah batteries or
- $649 to upgrade to the 5Ah or 6Ah batteries (6Ah option comes with a soft bag instead of hardcase because the batteries won't fit).
I went with the 5Ah option and am very pleased.
There's also a lot of skins (new and used) getting sold on trademe at low prices - it looks like a lot of people buy the combo kits to get the batteries cheaper, then flog off the tools they don't need or already have. A bit of patience there will bag you a bargain also.
I should have mentioned this one too https://www.i-tools.co.nz/collections/dewalt-20v-max/products/dewalt-20vmax-5pc-premium-kit
4 tools for $869 (2 x 4Ah/5Ah batteries) or $899 for the 6Ah option.
You're basically getting the circular saw & Reciprocating saw for about $300ish (compared to the twin drill combo in my previous post) which is a massive discount on the standard retail price.
itools are slightly questionable warranty wise. I think they're parallel imported US products as the NZ products are marketed as 18V, not 20V max. Other brands also have foreign instead of local model numbers. I've seen a 120V-input '20v max' charger with a molded NZ plug on it - not sure if it came from them or someone else.
It's simply not safe to use a large auger or holesaw without a sidehandle, and most of the compact ones simply don't have the torque anyway. The AEG ones are somewhere in between.