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[Home Depot] Ryobi 12V drill/driver kit $29.86

Stock track link
https://stocktrack.ca/?s=hd&sku=1000805537

Potential to combine with 20% ryobi coupon
home-depot-ryobi-20-coupon-barcode-2389178/
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3 stores in B.C. have stock, none near me of course

thanks for putting in the stocktrack link!
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Ryobi has a 12V line? Is this relatively new?
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Isn't the 20% off coupon only for 18v and 40v?
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That is the worlds biggest 12v drill lol. Decent deal I'd recommend getting on the one+ instead though.
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No luck with the coupon. I read it over and it looks like it only applies to 18v and 10v cordless tools.
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Not sure if I should rush out to a near-ish store that stocktrack says has 2 =/

If it was 10 then maybe I'd trust it
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No dice in Richmond Hill or dufferin and steeles

Richmond Hill had one on display but none in boxes
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There is one at St-Bruno, I had not known that Ryobi had a 12v line.
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Why do people get 12v drills. It'll give up even on ikea furniture.
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ssjlancer wrote: Why do people get 12v drills. It'll give up even on ikea furniture.
truly depends on the tool
a Milwaukee 12v is very strong. A Mastercraft 12v can't drill water
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ssjlancer wrote: Why do people get 12v drills. It'll give up even on ikea furniture.
I have a ridgid 12v impact driver which is amazing. Plenty of power and came with 2 batteries for $29.99. Weight is a big reason people buy these.
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I tried to find one in Victoria, but they didn't seem to have any.

The power tool guy didn't know about them and when he looked them up, they "didn't have any, they're on clearance".
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Those who said good things about 12v never used 18v tools lol
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L4cky wrote: Those who said good things about 12v never used 18v tools lol
Those who like 18v tools have never used a 60v tool
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raskal wrote: Those who like 18v tools have never used a 60v tool
haha
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ssjlancer wrote: Why do people get 12v drills. It'll give up even on ikea furniture.
My job involves walking a lot with a drill on me. My Ridgid 12v is perfect for this, I wouldn't want to carry anything heavier. Not all trades need to drill holes through concrete...
Also, my 12v Ridgid oscillating tool rips through drywall. No need for anything more powerful.
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L4cky wrote: Those who said good things about 12v never used 18v tools lol
your 18v is no match for my 220v

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