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dufFWant wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 3:29 pm
Great deal at Yorkdale for saw / grinder combos. At $149, the saw + charger + 6 ah battery are cheaper than just the battery.
Is this available anywhere else in the city? I'm closer to Gerrard, Curity, Leaside.
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dufFWant wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 3:29 pm
Great deal at Yorkdale for saw / grinder combos. At $149, the saw + charger + 6 ah battery are cheaper than just the battery.
Just goes to show you how overpriced the battery is, 10 18650's don't cost $150+
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shabby wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 4:43 pm
Just goes to show you how overpriced the battery is, 10 18650's don't cost $150+
High capacity/high discharge 18650 does cost more than your average 18650s tho
A VTC6 for example on ebay is like $7 or so each? So upward $70 just in batteries alone+bms+case+labor

Edit: Oh wait 10x packs can be found for $30-40, assuming they are genuine.
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Daijoubu wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 4:54 pm
High capacity/high discharge 18650 does cost more than your average 18650s tho
A VTC6 for example on ebay is like $7 or so each? So upward $70 just in batteries alone+bms+case+labor

Edit: Oh wait 10x packs can be found for $30-40, assuming they are genuine.
And, don't forget that manufacturers get things at wholesale with their huge buying power...
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Great price if you need a reciprocating saw.
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Andyc416 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 3:04 pm
i'm looking to replace my 15 year old 14.4v BD drill. i'm a light home user

i'm looking at the following drill kits.
Milwaukee M12 will be good, or wait for the Ridgid 12V Drill + Impact kit to drop to $100, as it does frequently. I like my 18V tools, but honestly, the 12Vs are more than enough for almost everything I do.
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Plastic children's adirondak chairs for $5.
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xgoosex wrote:
Sep 14th, 2019 2:02 pm
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Plastic children's adirondak chairs for $5.

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They're the strangest children's chairs I've ever seen.
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archon wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 10:07 pm
Milwaukee M12 will be good, or wait for the Ridgid 12V Drill + Impact kit to drop to $100, as it does frequently. I like my 18V tools, but honestly, the 12Vs are more than enough for almost everything I do.
i thought about the ridgid 12v but it seems to be a dead platform. At least the M12 has a bigger platform (tools and larger capacity batteries)
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Any deals on higher end car jacks / stands?
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Andyc416 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 3:04 pm
i'm looking to replace my 15 year old 14.4v BD drill. i'm a light home user
If you're a light home user, I would suggest that you seriously consider getting into Ryobi's system. You can get a drill and impact driver kit with batteries for a very reasonable price, and the tools will last you a long time. Ryobi's not in the same class as Milwaukee, of course, but for your needs it will perform extremely well. One really nice feature about their system is that their battery design has not changed (in over a decade, nor is it expected to in the foreseeable future. The technology has changed - lithium replaced Ni-Cd, the lithium packs also improved - but the batteries remain compatible across the line. I was able to buy a new lithium cell for my 10+ year old Ni-Cd Ryobi drill. The other advantage is that there are a lot of different tools, most available as bare tools, and the pricing is such that you can justify getting some even if you only need it for the occasional task.
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Andyc416 wrote:
Sep 13th, 2019 3:04 pm
i'm looking to replace my 15 year old 14.4v BD drill. i'm a light home user
If you're a light home user, I would suggest that you seriously consider getting into Ryobi's system. You can get a drill and impact driver kit with batteries for a very reasonable price, and the tools will last you a long time. Ryobi's not in the same class as Milwaukee, of course, but for your needs it will perform extremely well. One really nice feature about their system is that their basic battery design has not changed in over a decade, nor is it expected to in the foreseeable future. The technology has changed - lithium replaced Ni-Cd, the lithium packs also improved - but the batteries remain compatible across the line. I was able to buy a new lithium cell for my 10+ year old Ni-Cd Ryobi drill. The other advantage is that there are a lot of different tools, most available as bare tools, and the pricing is such that you can justify getting some even if you only need it for the occasional task.
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lincoln wrote:
Sep 14th, 2019 5:57 pm
Any deals on higher end car jacks / stands?
I've been eyeing the Arcan jack from Costco, nothing really at HD. There are a few on sale/clearance at PA.
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