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[Home Depot] Home Depot Ryobi 18V One brad nailer $88

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Jan 22, 2018
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[Home Depot] Home Depot Ryobi 18V One brad nailer $88

Solid deal (half price) on a decent light duty nailer if you are on the Ryobi One program. It takes brads as well as 18ga nails. Just picked one up, and they weren't marked all the way down to the clearance price on the floor, but the register showed $88. There were at least 5 left at the HD Vancouver/Terminal store when I left there an hour ago.
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Nov 24, 2015
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This is Black Friday week price, not clearance

Last “new lower price” has been $129
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Jul 20, 2012
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$129 supposed with free battery.
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Feb 26, 2016
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amazing price. i bought at much higher but it was well worth it. much more convenient than using a compressor.
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Nov 19, 2007
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Was going to jump on it but price online is $129... No battery..

Thanks OP
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ssss25 wrote: Was going to jump on it but price online is $129... No battery..

Thanks OP
Yup, same here
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Mar 20, 2017
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Gloucester has 20+ of these at $88 instore.
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Is there cheap way to get battery and charger ? :)
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Bought a few weeks ago at $129 - was able to get my difference back when price dropped to $88.

Great tool at either price. Battery lasts a long time.

5/8" - 2" nails can be used.

Depth and power adjustments.

I was impressed all things considered.
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Good price if you can find it for $88, I have one and have used it on a few projects. Much handier than an air gun, IMO.

But it developed a problem where it wouldn’t fire and required some oil in the firing area to get it working again. Was going to RMA it until I found a YouTube video about the problem that showed the fix.
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petercxc wrote: $129 supposed with free battery.
That was previous promo last month... buy tool get free 2ah battery/charger

Anyway this flyer ended yesterday so back to 129 regular price
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I wish the size was cut down a 3rd, but it's a fantastic tool. My brother has a much more expensive milwaukee brad nailer and he prefers my ryobi over his. Ryobi tools are pretty fantastic these days... just their table saws and circular saws are pretty terrible... i can't believe they don't have electric brakes in their standard circular saws (hell even a black and decker 20v one has it).
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any links to buy the nails? looking to build a drawer
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Feb 1, 2009
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L4cky wrote: any links to buy the nails? looking to build a drawer
for drawers, nailing it to the end grain is structurally weak. best to use a bracket to lay it on or use pocket screws.
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Nov 20, 2006
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grego9198 wrote: Good price if you can find it for $88, I have one and have used it on a few projects. Much handier than an air gun, IMO.

But it developed a problem where it wouldn’t fire and required some oil in the firing area to get it working again. Was going to RMA it until I found a YouTube video about the problem that showed the fix.
Do you still have the link?
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Apr 25, 2004
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Wish I bought this on BF. I wasn't paying attention. Does it go down to $88 often?
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Seems quite large.

If I don't need cordless, are there any electric plug in ones you folks would recommend?
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Wish I could get it for $88 locally
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Feb 1, 2009
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kenchau wrote: Seems quite large.

If I don't need cordless, are there any electric plug in ones you folks would recommend?
there no mere electric brad nailers, you would need a compressor which is annoyingly heavy
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newdad123 wrote: there no mere electric brad nailers, you would need a compressor which is annoyingly heavy
Sorry. I just looked back at what I came across. It was actually an electric staple gun that accepts brad nails (in addition to staples). Different type of machine altogether, but for the once in a long blue moon task, would those suffice versus a cordless brad nailer...if all one needs is to use it with brad nails?

I know there is of course the option to simply rent a tool from Home Depot, if it's once in a blue moon, but these corded staple guns that accept brad nails seem relatively inexpensive.

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