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Lincoln Mig-Pak 140 Wire Feed Welder - $399 YMMV (Regular $858)

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Aug 21, 2018
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[Home Depot] Lincoln Mig-Pak 140 Wire Feed Welder - $399 YMMV (Regular $858)

Fairly well reviewed 110v mig/flux-core welder. I’ve been looking for a good price machine to learn on for awhile. Found in clearance section. Very few remaining in stores and marked as regular price on stocktrack (https://stocktrack.ca/?s=hd&sku=1000521319). Could be very YMMV.

Good luck!
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Feb 28, 2016
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Good price for a decent welder. I picked mine up on a similar Lowe's clearance a few years ago.
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None in Mississauga Argentia store.. there is a 180 for 748 for anyone who is interested
Mother of all necessities ---> RFD
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think that is only in your province my g. None in ontario
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CT's 125i is a pretty sweet little machine to have around for occasional work or if you're looking to learn and will only set you back about $250 when on sale. Flux only though, but unless you're gonna weld a lot, you're probably not gonna buy an argon tank anyways.
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My son is just taking up welding and picked up a Yes Welder machine.

For the price and flexibility the MIG-205DS seems to be a great little machine.

I think he got it Black Friday for 20% off and it was shipped from a Canadian warehouse with no HST (Ontario). Worked out to be a great price.

He was doing mig flux and arc but just got himself the tig torch, regulator and we just picked up the bottle at Crossfire in Bolton yesterday ($250 for full bottle 80cf of 100% argon).
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Oct 7, 2007
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Must be store specific. Shows Regular price in Sask.
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Jul 24, 2008
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Would this be overkill for someone looking to learn welding but with no real use for it? Would I be better off with a Canadian Tire unit?
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Dec 20, 2006
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Trekky1700 wrote: Would this be overkill for someone looking to learn welding but with no real use for it? Would I be better off with a Canadian Tire unit?
I think in the end your cost would be the same if you decided to sell it. The Lincoln would hold nearly all its value at $400, but if you got the Canadian tire one on a deep discount it would probably be close. Difference is the Lincoln will be a better welder.
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Jan 19, 2006
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This would be great to learn MIG on (if you get it on sale) with a way better resale value compared to Mastercraft if the hobby doesn't stick.
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Oct 19, 2008
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Trekky1700 wrote: Would this be overkill for someone looking to learn welding but with no real use for it? Would I be better off with a Canadian Tire unit?
I would go with the Lincoln. (Have had the same one for 10+ years.)
As others have said, it will hold value better. But, more importantly IMO while you are learning you want one that is good enough that it supports you and makes it easy vs a cheap one that you have to work around and will get frustrated with.
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Redshft wrote: I would go with the Lincoln. (Have had the same one for 10+ years.)
As others have said, it will hold value better. But, more importantly IMO while you are learning you want one that is good enough that it supports you and makes it easy vs a cheap one that you have to work around and will get frustrated with.
This is exactly the advice I got and the reason I picked it up after years back...
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Feb 18, 2015
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Trekky1700 wrote: Would this be overkill for someone looking to learn welding but with no real use for it? Would I be better off with a Canadian Tire unit?
No, this is a 120v low amperage MIG without gas. Overkill would be a big 240v MIG with gas, mind you they can do a lot more.
A small stick is also awesome to learn with and less mechanical to break in 10yrs.
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Aug 1, 2009
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Deal appears to revert to full price in Quebec.Angry Face
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Mar 4, 2010
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Orillia
Bbrown3979 wrote: The 180HD is half off in Ottawa at the two stores I checked https://www.homedepot.ca/product/lincol ... ?rrec=true


Just ordered online from Gloucester, and it was $499 in the order confirmation.

I'm canceling my order and will be attempted to PM my local store (Orillia)

Correction, online Orillia order also registered as $499 sale price.

I have a mig pak 15, and this will make for a great replacement
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Jan 19, 2006
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I have a feeling Home Depot is dumping the Lincoln welder line or welders in general. I noticed in all the stores here they pulled all the welder related stuff and put them in the clearance isle. Gloves, expendables and all.
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DerekVinyard wrote: No, this is a 120v low amperage MIG without gas. Overkill would be a big 240v MIG with gas, mind you they can do a lot more.
A small stick is also awesome to learn with and less mechanical to break in 10yrs.
The 140 will do gas...it's MIG .....Metal Inert GAS. You can see the regulators in the link. I have one with the gas setup.

"Includes gas hose and regulator, samples spools of MIG and flux core wire, MIG nozzle, spindle adapter to hold 8" spools and How to Weld DVD. "

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