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RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless Drain Auger (Tool Only) $20.80 West Kelowna

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless Drain Auger (Tool Only) $20.80 West Kelowna

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001024514

This has been on clearance for a while now for $40 or $50 but they marked it down to $20.80 few days ago. 4 left as of yesterday, not sure if chain wide.

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https://stocktrack.ca/?s=hd&sku=1001024514
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devil2k wrote: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001024514

This has been on clearance for a while now for $40 or $50 but they marked it down to $20.80 few days ago. 4 left as of yesterday, not sure if chain wide.

Stock track shows original price still.

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=hd&sku=1001024514

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damn hot
mind to post receipt for possible PM?
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full price on the web. even Kelowna.
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kiasu wrote: damn hot
mind to post receipt for possible PM?
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damn, for $20 i'd buy it just to have around in case
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This made me think there must be a drill adapter that can do something like this out there...
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BenK wrote: damn, for $20 i'd buy it just to have around in case
That's why I got it.
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razrsharp wrote: This made me think there must be a drill adapter that can do something like this out there...
$80.00 for the snake "unit in a box" that you hook up to your drill. Got to compare quality of the cable. But for $20 I wouls add this to my Ryobi set.
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Has anyone been able to find one at this price in the GTA?
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Will I able to "clean" coil? And at the max reach will the snake fly out or is there locking in place?
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razrsharp wrote: This made me think there must be a drill adapter that can do something like this out there...
I got something like this a few years ago. I clear the drains with it every year as a maintenance. So much better than a manual one. It's not an automatic feed so it's a bit annoying, but once you figure out how to use it then not a big deal.

https://www.amazon.ca/LDR-512-1025-25-F ... ay&sr=8-16
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jamzbe wrote: I got something like this a few years ago. I clear the drains with it every year as a maintenance. So much better than a manual one. It's not an automatic feed so it's a bit annoying, but once you figure out how to use it then not a big deal.

https://www.amazon.ca/LDR-512-1025-25-F ... ay&sr=8-16
I bought something similar to this from PrincessAuto for $10 a few years back. It has been OK.
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simplylgg wrote: I bought something similar to this from PrincessAuto for $10 a few years back. It has been OK.
Why do you say just "OK"?
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I also wonder how to clean it. Can't imagine that the thing retract with all the dirty stuff on it.
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Thanks OP. I'm trying for a pm right now.
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deezz wrote: Why do you say just "OK"?
This I believe performs the same as the Ryobi as you will need to connect it to a drill. My complain is that the coil is a bit thin compared to the ones professionals use so it can't unclog serious problems.

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