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[Canadian Tire] Bosch Bulldog 1" SDS Hammer Drill $139.93

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Sep 9, 2017
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[Canadian Tire] Bosch Bulldog 1" SDS Hammer Drill $139.93

First post. But I've been lurking long enough I had to share.

I just picked up a Bosch SDS-Plus® Bulldog™ Xtreme Rotary Corded Hammer Drill for $139.93.

Regular price at other retailers is around $300. And sale price doesn't seem to dip below $200.

It's in-store clearance. But several stores in the Winnipeg area had stock at last check. Not sure about nationwide.

Great tool and great price.
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Nov 18, 2016
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Thanks OP great find !

4 out of 5 stores around me had mostly 1 left each @ 279,99 but I managed to find the one at 139.99 and jumped on it.
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Nov 27, 2011
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Brampton
too bad i have a hammer drill, but it's a good deal for sure.
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Jan 7, 2008
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I need one but can't afford the drill bits. Where are people buying their bits from?
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That's a super deal on this drill. SDS blows standard concrete bits out of the water.
The rotary only feature used with a wide chisel bit is excellent for removing tiles from floors.
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Nov 26, 2003
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Markham
You mean the hammer only feature, right?
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Nov 26, 2003
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Markham
Try a few different stores nearby. Some stores showed that for me but others showed the $139.
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majikstic wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 10:17 am
I need one but can't afford the drill bits. Where are people buying their bits from?
So true. I have a drill already but still waiting on sales for long thick bits
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Oct 3, 2005
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Edmonton
Awesome drill. Bought one a few years ago and threw a flat/scraping bit into it for removing tile and mortar. Worked like a champ for that and any concrete drilling since.

As for where to buy SDS-Plus bits - I have just bought bits from Home Despot, but I have seen these guys advertise on Kijiji.
http://diytoolsca.com/index.php?main_pa ... Path=3_172
I have no experience with the quality of their products but am tempted if I ever need to get into coring bits (have since bought a used Bosch SDS-Max.. it's awesome).
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Nov 11, 2003
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Vancouver
I've actually bought cheap bits at summit tools, they actually work pretty good. Thy might dull a little faster but for $9 I'd gladly give them a sharpen with my grinder every once and a while.
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Aug 9, 2015
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Bought 2 - Thanks OP!!

Got one for me and the old man.

Got last ones at both Aurora and Bradford. For anyone interested I looked quickly in Newmarket store and xon confirm there is one at regular price at at 11:30 (Inventory online shows OOS). I got Bradford to price match Aurora so it should be non-issue to price match to clearance price from another store in the area (unlike HD's crap policy), but I've included receipts for both to make it easier tho.
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Qwazy01 wrote:
Sep 11th, 2017 12:07 pm
Bought 2 - Thanks OP!!

Got one for me and the old man.

Got last ones at both Aurora and Bradford. For anyone interested I looked quickly in Newmarket store and xon confirm there is one at regular price at at 11:30 (Inventory online shows OOS). I got Bradford to price match Aurora so it should be non-issue to price match to clearance price from another store in the area (unlike HD's crap policy), but I've included receipts for both to make it easier tho.
if memory serves, CT only tries to look at stores within their "area", and if none of the CT within the area sell the item at the price specified, they won't honor it. So if I went to Markham, and price matched from a CT store in Kitchener, they won't honor it.
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