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Ridgid 18V Brushless Sub-Compact Drill/Driver and Impact Driver + 3/8 in impact Wrench - $250

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[Home Depot] Ridgid 18V Brushless Sub-Compact Drill/Driver and Impact Driver + 3/8 in impact Wrench - $250

In my search to replace my 18v Dewalts, came across this... seems like a decent price, not your top of the line octane or fuel tools, but i just can't justify their prices for what I use them for now...

2 x 2AH battery,
impact driver,
drill
impact wrench
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sonyminidiscman wrote: In my search to replace my 18v Dewalts, came across this... seems like a decent price, not your top of the line octane or fuel tools, but i just can't justify their prices for what I use them for now...

2 x 2AH battery,
impact driver,
drill
impact wrench
I don't see impact wrench in the ad
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reyoasian wrote: There's a choice of either 3 free tools and one of them is the impact wrench...

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Still don't see it, where does it say impact wrench in the ad?
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katonfire wrote:
I don't see impact wrench in the ad
katonfire wrote: Still don't see it, where does it say impact wrench in the ad?
Trollllll? It’s right on the HD website in link provided
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networksend wrote: Trollllll? It’s right on the HD website in link provided
lollll he is blind obviously

some ppl just too get use to mouth feed by others hahaa
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I bought this set a month ago for $248, and got the multi cutter with it.

I came from a brushed Dewalt drill/driver, in which the 18v batteries crapped out on me (but after some polite whining to Dewalt Canada, they shipped me a new one!)

Pretty decent. The impact driver drove deck screws like a champ. The drill spins a bit slower than my brushed Dewalt, but for LSA, I don't care that much!

With the free tool, pretty good bang for buck.
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Braddock54 wrote: I bought this set a month ago for $248, and got the multi cutter with it.

I came from a brushed Dewalt drill/driver, in which the 18v batteries crapped out on me (but after some polite whining to Dewalt Canada, they shipped me a new one!)

Pretty decent. The impact driver drove deck screws like a champ. The drill spins a bit slower than my brushed Dewalt, but for LSA, I don't care that much!

With the free tool, pretty good bang for buck.
How did you get them to send you a new one?? both of mine died within 2 weeks of each other... i swear they program them to die lol...
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sonyminidiscman wrote: How did you get them to send you a new one?? both of mine died within 2 weeks of each other... i swear they program them to die lol...
Just some polite whining on Twitter and Instagram. The phrase "guaranteed tough" was dropped in once or twice. I have found this strategy works!
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Thread should definitely be merged with the other one. One note--it looks like they added something new here, the 2.0Ah battery selection? Either that or I just never noticed it before lol. However I think that's the worst choice as it's not worth as much as the other things and you already get two 2.0Ah batteries in the kit. No point in getting a third IMO, better to get a 4.0Ah+ battery separately or through a later Ridgid deal. Plus another tidbit is the 2.0Ah offered is the traditional one not the "modified for subcompact" one. I mean functionally it's no different it's mainly just cosmetics.

If you just want the impact wrench, the return trick nets it for around $100; conversely if you just want the drill & driver kit, the return trick will net it for $150. Whichever way you slice it I think it's a solid deal, though the 1/4" impact driver is not all that impressive from everything I've read/seen.

Deal began as $280 and stepped down to $250...it has been going so long now that I'm almost tempted to buy another set and do return trick to get the material saw, lol; but, not sure I have too much use for that.
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ES_Revenge wrote: Thread should definitely be merged with the other one. One note--it looks like they added something new here, the 2.0Ah battery selection? Either that or I just never noticed it before lol. However I think that's the worst choice as it's not worth as much as the other things and you already get two 2.0Ah batteries in the kit. No point in getting a third IMO, better to get a 4.0Ah+ battery separately or through a later Ridgid deal. Plus another tidbit is the 2.0Ah offered is the traditional one not the "modified for subcompact" one. I mean functionally it's no different it's mainly just cosmetics.

If you just want the impact wrench, the return trick nets it for around $100; conversely if you just want the drill & driver kit, the return trick will net it for $150. Whichever way you slice it I think it's a solid deal, though the 1/4" impact driver is not all that impressive from everything I've read/seen.

Deal began as $280 and stepped down to $250...it has been going so long now that I'm almost tempted to buy another set and do return trick to get the material saw, lol; but, not sure I have too much use for that.
too bad its not 150$ for the impact wrench and impact driver! i don't want the drill lol! plus rigid doesn't have a portable small tire inflator like ryobi!
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