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

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Haha, whoops wrong thread... got my google chrome tabs mixed up, haha

wing0 wrote: Are you referring to Ryobi or Ridgid?
Is there lifetime warranty on Ryobi?
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Ahhh can't decide if I want to stack the deals and get this with a third battery and the multi tool or just get the kit and return the multi tool and save the money!?!?! First world problems!
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MarcALeB wrote: Ahhh can't decide if I want to stack the deals and get this with a third battery and the multi tool or just get the kit and return the multi tool and save the money!?!?! First world problems!
You are not the only one.
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the Sawzal is excellent for a home owner. With the right blade you can do many things with it. Pruning trees, demo work and even cutting lumber in a pinch. I usually won't use it to cut plumbing and such because control is a bit of an issue and you don't want to nick water lines and such. For any DIY'er home reno person... it's an invaluable tool imho.
funinagg wrote: whats a sawzall? i am new to this (:
got it, 6-pack comes with free saw, so yes, 2 more saws for $129 more.
i dont think i need the compound saw though circular maybe more useful than reciprocating. or perhaps all three have different use cases. hope i can grab the circular in some other sale.
would have been nice to just lend or borrow from neighbors. i am sure we all have too much that is rarely used.
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Okay I don't get it why is the LED light considered a tool here, or why thats a good deal? Do people return it? I do like the deal where you get to pick the tool you want though, and would go with that instead.
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The 6 tool combo with the free miter saw is a better deal, I think I will go buy that and it's going to be all I need for my first house and the DIY projects. I think the deal is even hotter than the 20% coupon as the saw value is 159 $ and the 6 tool kit is still 328 $ !
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You can't "break" up the combo... you can generally return the starter kit for xyz amount stated on the receipt if purchased instore or the multi-tool. But sometimes it won't work... either by the way the system puts in the products or by a jerk store manager.
shaolinmonk wrote: how does the return math work?

Don't think i want the impact driver or the light lol
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sleepyguy wrote: You can't "break" up the combo... you can generally return the starter kit for xyz amount stated on the receipt if purchased instore.
i see... the multi-tool seems useful
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Anyone in Mississauga area buying this kit but not wanting the multi-tool. I offer $60 for it.
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Amowagou wrote: Anyone in Mississauga area buying this kit but not wanting the multi-tool. I offer $60 for it.
Why would anyone take you up on that when they can return it for $88.45 with tax at the same time they buy the kit?
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Amowagou wrote: Anyone in Mississauga area buying this kit but not wanting the multi-tool. I offer $60 for it.
The best deal you can get on this is with returning the free battery with the other promo. $85.87 with tax.
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Haha! Home depot knows more people are home... sell more tools... people will by more reno materials to use those tools :)

Yes this by far the best deals I've seen in a few months span (not just this one).
LovinIt wrote: Man, the RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 4-Tool Combo Kit with (2) Batteries, Charger, and Bag at $199 is nice. Adding in the return buy-back of the Multi-tool: $75.99 the price ends up being $123.01 (pus tax) for a lot off tools vs price. I got in on the RIGID sub-compact $250 deal, but this deal is making me think hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

Counterargument: Just a one-time replacement under the LSA for RIGID makes it worth while for a higher initial cost vs buying new from RYOBI.

What's with all the tool deals lately? Love it. I can start building my tool arsenal.
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Isn't the ridgid one a better deal if you ever plan use an impact wrench? impact wrenches are pretty expensive.

No clue, picked this up as well.

I now have a trunk full of tools that I will probably use once a year.
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grahamj89 wrote: Why would anyone take you up on that when they can return it for $88.45 with tax at the same time they buy the kit?
Only if one can actually buy the kit and return the multi-tool for $88.45 + tax. A poster from the other thread showed his receipt for an inflator at full price and the bonus starter kit for $0.01.

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