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[Home Depot] Milwaukee Tool 22-inch Packout Modular Tool Box Storage System- $249

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[Home Depot] Milwaukee Tool 22-inch Packout Modular Tool Box Storage System- $249

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Why the downvote? This is the second cheapest (the lowest I've seen was about $230, but I don't recall where that was) I've seen it since like October, when I've set notifications for it.
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Nice price was about 100$ more than this less than a month ago
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pyro_ wrote: Nice price was about 100$ more than this less than a month ago
I know right. 348 last month and 230 last black friday
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jerrypaulick wrote: Why the downvote? This is the second cheapest (the lowest I've seen was about $230, but I don't recall where that was) I've seen it since like October, when I've set notifications for it.
The lowest was $198 in 2018:

Packout $198 HD
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It's a overpriced bunch of plastic that costs them probably $10 to manufacture in a sweatshop somewhere...
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Mar 11, 2018
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jerrypaulick wrote: Why the downvote? This is the second cheapest (the lowest I've seen was about $230, but I don't recall where that was) I've seen it since like October, when I've set notifications for it.
Home Depot had it for $230 around black friday I think.
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cidkramer wrote: It's a overpriced bunch of plastic that costs them probably $10 to manufacture in a sweatshop somewhere...
It's expensive buts its thick durable material. Put a bunch of heavy tools and haul through 4 seasons in one of the thin shitty household grade modular boxes and watch it last 6 months on a job site. Maybe you just aren't the target market for your once a year tire changes.
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cidkramer wrote: It's a overpriced bunch of plastic that costs them probably $10 to manufacture in a sweatshop somewhere...
I hope you're kidding.
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cidkramer wrote: It's a overpriced bunch of plastic that costs them probably $10 to manufacture in a sweatshop somewhere...
Cool cool cool.... Glad you added some quality input into this topic.....


On a side note I've looked at them and they seem pretty darn durable, people always seem to be grabbing them and have become almost the standard from trades.
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CoolDudeClan wrote: It's expensive buts its thick durable material. Put a bunch of heavy tools and haul through 4 seasons in one of the thin shitty household grade modular boxes and watch it last 6 months on a job site. Maybe you just aren't the target market for your once a year tire changes.
Lol the complainers are probably the same crowd that was recently ranting about the Milwaukee stubby impact wrench being crap because the tool takes 10 seconds to loosen a bolt torqued to 250ftlbs. That's not the type of job the stubby was intended to do.
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Pupsik27 wrote: Shows $278
I got an email last night from Home Depot with an update on COVID precautions. They confirmed all Ontario stores close tomorrow aside from curb side pickup due to the Ontario legislature. They also stated they are suspending all flyers and "spring savings events" so I think that's why the price has gone back up.

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