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Milwaukee M12 selected bare tools get free starter kit

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee M12 selected bare tools get free starter kit

Home Depot is showing that you get a free m12 cp2.0 starter kit with purchase of selected bare m12 tools. Looks like all of the 3/8” and 1/2” impact wrenches, right angle impact wrenches and the right angle die grinder are included in this deal

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/catego ... r-kit.html
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Jun 20, 2020
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is there any refund value, or is that gone until we can buy in store again?
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dinklesprocket wrote: is there any refund value, or is that gone until we can buy in store again?
Refund value only works if you buy in store. So if you are in a province with a lockdown, you are SOL until its lifted.
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Jul 31, 2009
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Ottawa
The m12 die grinder was $179 for the past couple of months. It's now $229 during this promotion. Face With Tears Of Joy
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Canadiansinner wrote: Refund value only works if you buy in store. So if you are in a province with a lockdown, you are SOL until its lifted.
How does the refund work? You return the tool and the charger and battery free or you return the charger and battery for money?
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Nov 22, 2017
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isgaard wrote: How does the refund work? You return the tool and the charger and battery free or you return the charger and battery for money?
Most people return the free battery and charger for a return value to discount the tool.
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Jan 13, 2019
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Canadiansinner wrote: Most people return the free battery and charger for a return value to discount the tool.
Exactly this. Which is not really worth it in this case as the grinder has been on sale for 169,99 for the past 2 months.
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Dec 6, 2017
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oujifye wrote: The m12 die grinder was $179 for the past couple of months. It's now $229 during this promotion. Face With Tears Of Joy
Still $180 some places (BC Fasteners for example) but you aren't finding a charger and battery for $50 anywhere right now.

If this came with either a 3ah battery or a multi voltage charger (12 & 18) I'd be all over it. Already have a stubby 3/8 and 6ah battery but would like to grab a die grinder and "stick" battery (without the "base").
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Mar 14, 2013
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Man too bad lockdown or id do the return kit for the stubby..
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Nov 12, 2018
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Will try and price match bc fasteners in the morning
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I **** knew I should have waited. I just bought the Right Angle impact too last week too.
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May 24, 2013
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Better deal currently on the same tools with free 3ah cp battery till end of the month.
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What’s the return value on the charger? The full $109.99? Seems pretty decent if so.
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Dec 6, 2017
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satchman604 wrote: Better deal currently on the same tools with free 3ah cp battery till end of the month.
Which retailer?

Pmeena wrote: What’s the return value on the charger? The full $109.99? Seems pretty decent if so.

I think (and someone may correct me here) it's around $75 with the grinder.

230/(230+110) = 0.6765

110 x 0.6765 = 74.41
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Nov 25, 2007
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Man I wanted the die grinder but I don’t need the charger and battery,

So if you do the curb side pickup there is no refund value on the receipt?
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Impact wrench for $199, is it a good deal? Need something to remove the nut lugs... Is 250 ft.-lbs good enough?
I'm not cheap, I'm frugal!!!
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oujifye wrote: The m12 die grinder was $179 for the past couple of months. It's now $229 during this promotion. Face With Tears Of Joy
Not a good deal
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Jan 7, 2013
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Vikram19 wrote: Impact wrench for $199, is it a good deal? Need something to remove the nut lugs... Is 250 ft.-lbs good enough?
Most lug nuts are 100 ft-lbs, so yeah. But really most tools can break nuts far above their rated torque values (from video reviews I've seen).
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Dec 6, 2017
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Vikram19 wrote: Impact wrench for $199, is it a good deal? Need something to remove the nut lugs... Is 250 ft.-lbs good enough?

What vehicle? I have taken lugs off an f250 with mine. They're specced to 145ft-lb and were on the hub 6ish months. That said, the tool was clearly maxed and I have a 6ah battery. Wouldn't recommend it for that.

On something small (Honda fit for example, lug nuts at 80ft-lb) it doesn't break a sweat. Again that's with a much bigger battery.

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