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[Home Depot] Ridgid Wet/Dry vacuum 14gal. 6HP 129$

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Montreal

[Home Depot] Ridgid Wet/Dry vacuum 14gal. 6HP 129$

I'm looking for a wet and dry vacuum and still can't decide which one I want!

Can't find a price history on this, but I'm tempted.

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https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.53-l ... 85535.html

You think this is a fair price or I should wait for lower?

Is there a way to see an expiry date on the deal? Can't seem to find it (mobile)
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Feb 7, 2010
246 posts
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Kingston
I bought the black Friday rigid shop face and honestly it is amazing. Just bought a new house and doing painting and sanding. Cleaned up everything like a charm.
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Jan 4, 2013
541 posts
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I can't remember if I have the 5 or 6 HP version but things a beast, wouldn't trade it for anything. I have done so many renos and the thing has just kept working like a dog day in and day out.
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Jun 17, 2012
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Lavaltrie, QC
spdecoste wrote: This thing looks huge! Do you own one?

I need one soon, I guess I'll grab one and pray for a price protection possibility
Sorry for the late reply. Yes, I have one. It isn't bigger than my previous shopvac, but it's probably in the biggest shopvac out there.
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Jan 2, 2012
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BlackShaman wrote: Sorry for the late reply. Yes, I have one. It isn't bigger than my previous shopvac, but it's probably in the biggest shopvac out there.
Don't fall for the "bigger is better" vacuum thing. It's one of my pet peeves, along with 'penis envy' sized mitre saws.
I use both regularly, and I can attest to the pitfalls of both.
A massive vacuum can be a PITA not only in use, but in storage. You don't need a big friggin' obstacle in your work area. Sweep the area, then vacuum up the rest.
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Nov 11, 2006
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East Kootenays
Bought this one several years ago for $180 and it's great. The ability to use a bag while filter is in place is a very handy option too. Not the smallest kid on the block but versatile.
Jr. Member
Apr 7, 2014
184 posts
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Kirkland, QC
Bought it 7 years ago for $188. Best vacuum.
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Mar 7, 2011
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Winnipeg
MrFrugal1 wrote: Don't fall for the "bigger is better" vacuum thing. It's one of my pet peeves, along with 'penis envy' sized mitre saws.
I use both regularly, and I can attest to the pitfalls of both.
A massive vacuum can be a PITA not only in use, but in storage. You don't need a big friggin' obstacle in your work area. Sweep the area, then vacuum up the rest.

That is not what she said
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Jan 20, 2015
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East York, ON
I'm pretty sure I've seen this vac for around $80 a couple years ago. HD seems to do periodic clearing of rigid vacs, maybe they update the same models and clear out the older versions. I've got a 12 gallon model that I paid $25 for. You can get better deals if you're not in a hurry.
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Aug 19, 2011
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I bought the beastly one during the last big sale and it's awesome. It is freaking big though.

For those looking at filter bags, powertech makes Ridgid compatible ones and they're half the price. Here's a link of one of their styles for searching reference. They make em for all sorts of sizes and fit well.

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B014RUG51 ... ref=plSrch
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