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[Home Depot] $125 (reg $229) DeWalt jigsaw cordless DCS331B after PM

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[Home Depot] $125 (reg $229) DeWalt jigsaw cordless DCS331B after PM

Price Match the $229 DeWalt jigsaw cordless DCS331B 20V (no battery) to Rona's $139 for $125. Enjoy!

Note: Be prepared to be on hold for a while as they are very busy. Also to PM this, they need supervisor approval so that's another wait time.


https://www.homedepot.ca/product/dewalt ... 1000851793

https://www.rona.ca/en/20-v-jigsaw-00275732
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Apr 19, 2004
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Earth
I bought this last year via a RFD PM like this. I've used a corded $300 Bosch barrel grip jig saw for 10 years doing kitchens every day. First time I have used a cordless jig saw. Works really well and Im surprised.

Has orbit feature is really good. Tool-less blade changes is awesome.

Its a bit heavy for under cutting.
Newbie
Jul 25, 2016
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I'm thinking of doing a half bath reno in the near future and have a few Dewalt 20v tools already so this is good timing! How do you PM online? The store can't help me and the only number i can find to call is 1-800-628-0525 but that number doesn't seem to actually work for some reason..?
Jr. Member
Nov 21, 2007
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Oakville
Thank you! Priced matched through HD's online chat. 125.1$+tax

@CityExpat the online chat box at the bottom of some pages, takes the whole width of the page. Just click on "chat now" box within that. It didn't work for me at first and it's kind of hard to find...
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Dec 15, 2005
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Thanks OP!
PM'd using the Online Chat as well

I also grabbed a 2pk of 5Amp batteries too by PM'd Lowes ($143.10 after PM).
HD Store SKU # 1000851799
https://www.lowes.ca/product/power-tool ... ck-1025249

The fast charger is $99 online at Elite Tools if you don't have one already
HD Store SKU # 1001014510
https://www.elitetools.ca/en/product/20 ... lt-dcb118/
My Heatware
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Feb 19, 2013
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weird, i can't find the online chat option... where do you find it?
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Oct 23, 2014
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Laval, QC
Tigre1215 wrote: It's brushless?
this is not the brushless XR model. BTW this model sells at this price quite often ... not that great a deal.
Jr. Member
Nov 26, 2015
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Toronto, ON
Can this tool work without a battery?
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Nov 21, 2007
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Oakville
willww888 wrote: Can this tool work without a battery?
Only if you can reach the blade with your finger on the other side of whatever you're cutting. Then you have to move the blade up and down, but it might take you a very long time.
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Majoram wrote: ..
I also grabbed a 2pk of 5Amp batteries too by PM'd Lowes ($143.10 after PM).
HD Store SKU # 1000851799
https://www.lowes.ca/product/power-tool ... ck-1025249

..
That's a reasonable price. If you need more power, I posted that HD is selling a 2 pack of 6AH batteries for $169. 20% more power if you need it, but it does make tools heavier. Best for trimmers, blowers, etc. I usually use a 2AH battery on my jigsaw, because it doesn't get a lot of use at any one time.
Wrocky
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Are you for real?!?
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Started at 8:30am, called the 800 number on HD website. Call disconnected automatically after being on hold for 1hr, using voip.ms. Called a 2nd time and hoped they would answer in less than 1 hr. This time after 20-40 mins on hold I was given an option for a callback, leaving my phone #. At 12:30 HD called me and I asked for the PM, he put me on hold for less than 10 mins and came back to approve it. I just made a HD account earlier so I could quickly do the order and give him the order #. I paid the full price and I guess I will get a chargeback on paypal later.

Batter powered tools from dewalt 20v were all $100-135 when I bought mine. Seems like the prices shot up quite a bit in the last couple years, or maybe these tools are just better now? No complaints about my old 20v tools, still work great. $200+ seems quite high for a jigsaw, I thought these used to go on sale for $80-100 and regular $135 or less.

Thumbs up for the OP. Thanks! Free shipping.
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Sep 20, 2018
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Yuubah wrote: weird, i can't find the online chat option... where do you find it?
I've done a couple PM via the chat in the last few weeks, but the chat is not always available. It seems to only be available sporadically during this busy time. Keep checking and eventually you'll see the icon.

FYI - be prepared to wait a while. I've had the chat window open for 1+ hours before an actual human joins the chat.
[OP]
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Oct 14, 2017
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willww888 wrote: Can this tool work without a battery?
It's cordless only. You need to have the battery. It would've been awesome if it was corded and cordless which would be awesome for consumers, but a bad business model for DeWalt's.
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Dec 5, 2017
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I've only recently started collecting tools, so there's alot I don't know... But what's up with the popularity of battery operated tools these days? I understand if you're a contractor working off site where there are night not be power.... But for the average person like me, I'm always around working close by a power outlet... I'd rather buy a corded device, and not have to spend hundreds on all these different batteries...
Am I the only only who would still prefer corded tools?
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Apr 14, 2017
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Montréal Not-COTU
JonahL wrote: I've only recently started collecting tools, so there's alot I don't know... But what's up with the popularity of battery operated tools these days? I understand if you're a contractor working off site where there are night not be power.... But for the average person like me, I'm always around working close by a power outlet... I'd rather buy a corded device, and not have to spend hundreds on all these different batteries...
Am I the only only who would still prefer corded tools?
Yes
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I have bosch, ryobi and milwaukee m12 and m18, I am not going to insvest into dewalt
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JonahL wrote: I've only recently started collecting tools, so there's alot I don't know... But what's up with the popularity of battery operated tools these days? I understand if you're a contractor working off site where there are night not be power.... But for the average person like me, I'm always around working close by a power outlet... I'd rather buy a corded device, and not have to spend hundreds on all these different batteries...
Am I the only only who would still prefer corded tools?
love my cordless tools. once i started using cordless, i could never go back to corded. just have a few spare batteries and you'lll never have any down time. i don't notice any difference in power with my 20v tools.

it's more expensive because of the batteries, but you can buy cheaper batteries on amazon or kijiji. the waitley batteries on amazon are way cheaper, and perform almost as well. this guy does a really good test

[OP]
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JonahL wrote: I've only recently started collecting tools, so there's alot I don't know... But what's up with the popularity of battery operated tools these days? I understand if you're a contractor working off site where there are night not be power.... But for the average person like me, I'm always around working close by a power outlet... I'd rather buy a corded device, and not have to spend hundreds on all these different batteries...
Am I the only only who would still prefer corded tools?
It's convenient. Cords get in the way for me personally.

Personally I wanted to get the corded one but this was so much cheaper and since I already have batteries, it made sense to buy it.

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