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[Home Depot] Home Depot: Hand Tools Sale

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[Home Depot] Home Depot: Hand Tools Sale

Saw many tools on sale today - starting from $1.5 to $2.50 (HDX and Husky brands).

Bought Husky 51-piece ratcheting screwdriver set, Husky 2-piece titanium scissors set, Husky 11-piece precision tool set all for $2.5 each

Could not find them at HD site so attaching the picture
http://img542.imageshack.us/img542/6576/imag0203rv.jpg

That was at Shawnessy HD Calgary
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Not the best quality tools but if you just need them for an emergency I guess they are ok.
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thanks...for two bucks ...
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These could be useful for simple hobby work. Will take a look after classes tomorrow, thanks OP!
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Hm, will see if I can swing by tomorrow after work.

Also, all Husky-branded tools are manufactured by Stanley and come with a lifetime warranty.
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kool1 wrote:
Mar 19th, 2013 10:27 pm
Not the best quality tools but if you just need them for an emergency I guess they are ok.
I think he means HDX. I agree that Husky are pretty decent.
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Husky tools are pretty decent. I generally prefer them over similarly priced CT Mastercraft (never buy full price, and maximum line is much better) or Rona Uberhauss (really disappointed) or Kobalt...

Don't think I own any HDX.

Anyway, will be keeping my eyes open next HD visit.
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OP, do you have the sku or sn of the 2 products? or check your receipt pls. thx
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kiasu wrote:
Mar 20th, 2013 1:07 am
OP, do you have the sku or sn of the 2 products? or check your receipt pls. thx
This is what I have in the receipt
811187018043 hy 2pc set
820909967590 hy 51pc ss
820909969075 hy 11pc set
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Cheap enough to keep a set in each car :razz:
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When assembling IKEA furniture, usually the screw heads get stripped by a half decent screw driver. When using HDX screw drivers, it's the other way around.
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A lot of the CT Maximum tools are by Stanley as well.
Krakenlayer wrote:
Mar 20th, 2013 12:34 am
Husky tools are pretty decent. I generally prefer them over similarly priced CT Mastercraft (never buy full price, and maximum line is much better) or Rona Uberhauss (really disappointed) or Kobalt...
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Not arguing the lack of quality in HDX, but if you're camming out putting together IKEA furniture, try getting a Pozidriv screw bit. It may look like a Phillips screw, but it's not.
MarvinMartian wrote:
Mar 20th, 2013 7:34 am
When assembling IKEA furniture, usually the screw heads get stripped by a half decent screw driver. When using HDX screw drivers, it's the other way around.

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