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[Home Depot] RYOBI 4-Tool Combo with FREE Multi Tool $199

So I looked at the Home Depot flyers and it's said this 4-Tool Combo with free Multi Tool is gonna be $248, which for me is a pretty good deal.

But with $199 value, it's an insane deal IMO.

Honestly if I don't have all the 4 tools with me, this is an instant buy for me. This is a good relief after they take out the 20% coupon shenanigan they did recently :(

Multi Tool link: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/1000724993

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That's just great. Now I don't know whether to return the my previous purchase and get this or not. I had picked up:
- P1814 kit for $88 + tax (has the 4amp battery)
- JobPlus for $129 - 20% + tax
Total: $216.06

Looks like there is also a JobPlus promo that comes with free starter kit. Making it basically $129 + tax for a JobPlus "combo kit" with a 2ah battery and charger.

EDIT:
Looks like a bunch of standalone tools come with the free starter kit (https://www.homedepot.ca/product/1001160809)
- 5-inch orbit sander
- 6.5-inch circular saw
- orbital jig saw
- reciprocating saw
- 1/2-inch impact wrench
- hybrid stereo
- hammer drill/driver
- speed saw rotary cutter
- 1/4-inch hex impact driver
- 4-position ratchet
- brad nailer
- portable band saw
- hybrid floor dryer
- dual function inflator/deflator

Some of these work out to way better than 20% off, especially if you can do the proportional return value back.

Nevermind. @SquadG already made a post on this: home-depot-free-ryobi-2ah-starter-kit-t ... d-2393015/
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What would happen if you buy and return just the 4 tool kit? Do they give full return value?
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jimamber wrote: What would happen if you buy and return just the 4 tool kit? Do they give full return value?
I am sure they would want the free tool back. Amazed this question comes up everytime lol.
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shaolinmonk wrote: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... ?rrec=true

how is this in comparison? multi-tool is the main factor?
Don't think you can find stock anywhere. That kit is obsolete now and has been posted many times, but no stock.

Edit: Looks like you can checkout. Smaller Batteries 1.3aH, but circular saw. Depends what your needs are i guess.
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warhawk wrote: Don't think you can find stock anywhere. That kit is obsolete now and has been posted many times, but no stock.

let's you add to cart.... guess you can't check out lol
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kenchau wrote: ...

Some of these work out to way better than 20% off, especially if you can do the proportional return value back.
What would the return value be on the battery kit if you wanted something like the brad nailer @$150? I'm assuming it has to cost more than the battery kit itself in the first place (ie you can't pick up the inflator for negative $). Haven't done returns on free stuff before.
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hakira wrote: What would the return value be on the battery kit if you wanted something like the brad nailer @$150? I'm assuming it has to cost more than the battery kit itself in the first place (ie you can't pick up the inflator for negative $). Haven't done returns on free stuff before.
Seems there's already a thread specifically on the free starter kit deals: home-depot-free-ryobi-2ah-starter-kit-t ... d-2393015/

OP calculated out the proportional return values.

But I'm saying what-if HD fixed/changed it so that you can't do the proportional returns anymore. That would suck.
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Just out of curiosity: does anyone actually find that light useful? I've got one with a 6-tool combo a few years ago, and am still to use it even once. Unlike, say, the folding light bar and the dual-source work light, both of which I'm using extensively.
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If you add both the OP combo kit and the multi-tool to your cart separately, the starter battery pack should duplicate. Just a glitch for anyone that's interested...
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Jul 15, 2003
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Thanks OP!

I purchased the drill/impact kit when it was $128 earlier. This price makes it a no brainer (bigger second battery, light, saw, and multi-tool) for $71.
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alexttp wrote: Just out of curiosity: does anyone actually find that light useful? I've got one with a 6-tool combo a few years ago, and am still to use it even once. Unlike, say, the folding light bar and the dual-source work light, both of which I'm using extensively.
It's so useless... I had one in my kit also and never turned it on
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kenchau wrote: That's just great. Now I don't know whether to return the my previous purchase and get this or not. I had picked up:
- P1814 kit for $88 + tax (has the 4amp battery)
- JobPlus for $129 - 20% + tax
Total: $216.06

Looks like there is also a JobPlus promo that comes with free starter kit. Making it basically $129 + tax for a JobPlus "combo kit" with a 2ah battery and charger.

EDIT:
Looks like a bunch of standalone tools come with the free starter kit (https://www.homedepot.ca/product/1001160809)
- 5-inch orbit sander
- 6.5-inch circular saw
- orbital jig saw
- reciprocating saw
- 1/2-inch impact wrench
- hybrid stereo
- hammer drill/driver
- speed saw rotary cutter
- 1/4-inch hex impact driver
- 4-position ratchet
- brad nailer
- portable band saw
- hybrid floor dryer
- dual function inflator/deflator

Some of these work out to way better than 20% off, especially if you can do the proportional return value back.

Nevermind. @SquadG already made a post on this: home-depot-free-ryobi-2ah-starter-kit-t ... d-2393015/
I would try to get this $199 4 tool combo with multi tool honestly.

the 4 tool combo itself comes with 1x 4Ah and 1x 1.5Ah, so you actually get a free 1.5Ah battery; and 3 more tools too that you might need in the future.
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Dymis wrote: Thanks OP!

I purchased the drill/impact kit when it was $128 earlier. This price makes it a no brainer (bigger second battery, light, saw, and multi-tool) for $71.
I totally agree. even right now you don't need the saw and multi tool, the fact we have the tool right now will open up a lot more possibilities in the future.

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