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[Home Depot] HD - Ultimate tool event Nov 29th - Dec 12th

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[Home Depot] HD - Ultimate tool event Nov 29th - Dec 12th

Home Depot is having an Ultimate tool event Nov 29th - Dec 12th

http://www.homedepot.ca/events/ultimate ... c%7c%7c%7c

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they have a 30 day price policy so you may also be able to get these discount on tools purchased after Oct 29th
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I got this email this morning - was hoping to double-dip with the Black Friday deals but guess they thought of that :)

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Drthorne wrote:
Nov 27th, 2012 8:53 am
they have a 30 day price policy so you may also be able to get these discount on tools purchased after Oct 29th

Thank you OP for pointin out this important point. i bought the ridgid table saw oct 31.
$50 discount coming my way thanks to you!
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Sweet spot for maximum discount is $600.

600 * 20.83% = $125

$1000 and $1500 are obviously @ 20%.
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Krakenlayer wrote:
Nov 27th, 2012 10:30 am
Buying myself a good compressor
Unfortunately even with these deals compressors are still overpriced at home depot for the most part. A price match + this deal if you can pull it off would be sweet.

The Makita MAC700 is a workhorse and it looks like HD pulled the solo unit off their site but they sell it in store. If you can PM with IHL and get $25 its probably the best bang for buck compressor out there
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Thanks been waiting to pull the trigger on a hammer drill/impact driver set. The extra 25 off might seal the deal for me.
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I'm looking for mitre saw too, it looks DeWalt DW718 12" sliding saw is on sale everywhere, having this $50 off, it comes $400. how does this compare to the ridgid?

http://www.homedepot.ca/product/dewalt- ... saw/931443
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Drthorne wrote:
Nov 27th, 2012 11:07 am
couple of good deals on mitre saws

$449 for the Ridgid 12" sliding mitre saw
http://www.homedepot.ca/product/12-in-s ... ser/906099
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$349 for the Makita 10" sliding mitre saw with stand
http://www.homedepot.ca/product/10-inch ... and/953349
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is there a cheap way to get $125 off a $599 tool with a filler item?
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sxtra wrote:
Nov 27th, 2012 11:36 am
I'm looking for mitre saw too, it looks DeWalt DW718 12" sliding saw is on sale everywhere, having this $50 off, it comes $400. how does this compare to the ridgid?

http://www.homedepot.ca/product/dewalt- ... saw/931443
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I've read a few reviews on the Dewalt and it has quality issues. I would get the ridgid for the larger work surface compared to the Dewalt
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Drthorne wrote:
Nov 27th, 2012 12:40 pm
I've read a few reviews on the Dewalt and it has quality issues. I would get the ridgid for the larger work surface compared to the Dewalt
I am a carpenter and I have had this Dewalt saw for over 4 years now and it is a great saw. I have recently used the Rigid saw and although it does have a bigger work surface it has a poor setup to change the angle of your cut. The Rigid saw I was using also cut 1 degree out of plumb even though it had been lightly used and was fairly new. The built in laser was also 1/8" off of the side of the blade (not sure if it was adjustable or not).
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