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chfeng00 wrote:
Dec 21st, 2012 11:33 am
Is it a good deal for 5A corded drill for 19.99$?
It's a good basic drill. Read the reviews on the website...they're pretty accurate. I've had a similar drill for over 10 years and it has worked fine during that time, although I use it just as a backup or second drill now.

If this is going to be your only drill, you may be better off getting a hammer drill when it goes on sale (probably around $50). That will give you more versatility.
These folks have taken over RFD, so I'm done here.

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some of their storage containers seem like decent prices.
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Guys, stop kidding around and post the real Boxing Day ads..... these are just weekly flyers.
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mat2312 wrote:
Dec 21st, 2012 7:41 pm
Guys, stop kidding around and post the real Boxing Day ads..... these are just weekly flyers.
That's an insult to weekly flyers
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chfeng00 wrote:
Dec 21st, 2012 11:33 am
Is it a good deal for 5A corded drill for 19.99$?
I bought that same drill back in September for the same price and I honestly don't think the "sale" has ever ended on it.
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cheaper_than_cheap wrote:
Dec 20th, 2012 2:00 am
Resin shelf for $20 might be OK. In the regular flyer they have the 4-pack of yellow Rain-X for $12.
Picked up the Resin shelf for $20. Good deal, fairly solid, should be fine once its screwed into the wall. Has slots so you can link additional units together. Its roughly 6'4" tall. Not the strongest shelving, but should be fine for most household items.
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