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bembol wrote:
Dec 20th, 2012 8:13 am
Need to restock on Castrol German Synthec 0W-30.
I don't see 0W30 listed. I need 0W20 for my Skyactiv Mazda. They are never on sale since they are so new. I will just use the $5 to knock the price a bit. Better than paying full price as at the moment I can't find that any other store even the auto supply stores in Bellingham.
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wranglery wrote:
Dec 20th, 2012 8:47 am
I don't see 0W30 listed. I need 0W20 for my Skyactiv Mazda. They are never on sale since they are so new. I will just use the $5 to knock the price a bit. Better than paying full price as at the moment I can't find that any other store even the auto supply stores in Bellingham.
Here you go: http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/browse/4 ... ?locale=en
That sale price (30% off) may be ending today, though.
These folks have taken over RFD, so I'm done here.

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Four days only: 10% back at Canadian Tire Dec 21-24 when paying with your Canadian Tire Options Mastercard

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Spud387 wrote:
Dec 19th, 2012 1:56 pm
Anyone have experience with the Jobmate tool storage bin for $85?
I would suggest you go into the store and take a look prior to Boxing Day. I looked at them before and I think they are made out of a thin gauge steel. Cheap.. For the money...you may be better to pickup the Stanley Tool cabinets from either HD or WM...both come pre-loaded with tools for about an extra $10.00. I picked one up last year at this time without tools and for a guy like me just looking for something for simple tool storage...the Stanley is fine although the drawers are a bit shallow compared to the top end cabinets.

Myself, I've been eyeballing a 26" 4 Drawer chest for awhile and waiting for a price drop. $150 off on the Mastercraft chest may do the trick :-)
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I may not even bother going in to use up my $5 boxing week coupons, that's how bad the flyer is for incentive to shop.
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how is the quality of folding stepstool? got a similar one from home depot for $12.49
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x2plyx wrote:
Dec 19th, 2012 5:48 pm
CT seems to be one of the worst this year for marking reg price up/applying a discount/saying it's a sale.
magster wrote:
Dec 19th, 2012 11:09 pm
I can't tell that this is a Boxing Day sale. Looks to be any other sale week. Underwhelmed.

This elliptical is 60% off on a regular basis.

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wlee wrote:
Dec 20th, 2012 11:53 am
how is the quality of folding stepstool? got a similar one from home depot for $12.49
It's ok. Seems to hold a fair weight.
magster wrote:
Dec 19th, 2012 11:09 pm
I can't tell that this is a Boxing Day sale. Looks to be any other sale week. Underwhelmed.
Sure it's CT's Boxing Day sale. The step stools are 60% off instead of the usual 50% off when they are on sale six times or so the rest of the year :razz: (although IIRC they were 70% off at one point last year).
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this looks just like a regular weekly sale

don't see any doorcrashers
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pathfinder35 wrote:
Dec 20th, 2012 1:31 pm
Re: The telescoping multi-task ladder - 13 or 17 foot ladder. Good price? it seems like the 17 ft is only a dollar more than the price of the 13 foot - $98.99-99.99??
It's a decent price for the 17' ladder, but not necessarily worth the hassle of Boxing Day shopping. Sears had a similar one for $89.99 a few months ago (thread here) and that one goes on sale for $99.99 at least a couple times a year. If you can't wait for the next sale, then just get it now from CT.
These folks have taken over RFD, so I'm done here.

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pathfinder35 wrote:
Dec 20th, 2012 5:31 pm
Thanks for the reply/link. It's on sale tomorrow so don't have to wait til Boxing Day. The biggest complaint about the Sears Cosco ladder is the weight (for the 21 ft) so have to see how light/heavy this CT one is - I want lighter....
If you wait until BD, then you can use the $5 coupon (if you got one last week), plus earn another $15 promo card. So you may want to wait if you have the patience to put up with CT's Boxing Day madness. If not, it's still a good buy. :)

The weight of this ladder is about 35 lbs. It'll be just as heavy as the same size ladder from Sears. I have the same thing but the earlier "Vulcan" brand model, and it's heavy but manageable.
These folks have taken over RFD, so I'm done here.

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Are those infrared heaters any good?

Have a basement with wood burning stove insert that doesn't get used.....but lots of cold air comes down the chimney etc.

Thinking something like this might keep the room that is always cold, warm !?

Space heaters suck too much hydro, wondering how this would compare
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