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[Home Hardware] Screwdriver Picquic sixpac plus 9.97

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[OP]
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Jul 17, 2011
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[Home Hardware] Screwdriver Picquic sixpac plus 9.97

On flyer starting 15 oct picquic is at 9.97. Its a good deal I already have 2 but will get another one
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Jul 19, 2020
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I get concerned when Canadian manufacturers all of a sudden have their products on sale at or near all time lows. It is a strong indicator of bankruptcy.
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spennyrap wrote: I get concerned when Canadian manufacturers all of a sudden have their products on sale at or near all time lows. It is a strong indicator of bankruptcy.
Or , you know , it’s a sale , a HH loss leader to get people in store etc ...
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Jul 15, 2015
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Don't forget to have Home Depot beat the price by 10% off. Lowest price I've seen for the Sixpac which is just under the Super8.
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Aug 18, 2005
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These PicQuic screwdrivers are great. I keep one in my work bag and even take it in my suitcase on vacation. I feel naked it without it.

* and yes, I have used it multiple times on trips!
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Oct 14, 2008
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Toronto
The smartest use I've ever seen of these was as a driver bit holder that also happened to be a screwdriver if you need it to be. Definitely gonna pick one up if I can find stock.
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spennyrap wrote: I get concerned when Canadian manufacturers all of a sudden have their products on sale at or near all time lows. It is a strong indicator of bankruptcy.
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spennyrap wrote: I get concerned when Canadian manufacturers all of a sudden have their products on sale at or near all time lows. It is a strong indicator of bankruptcy.
Each HH store is a franchise, and they all set their own prices. For example, the same hammer can be 3 different prices at stores in a 15-km radius. They choose what products they want to stock and their price, although HH does have some global sales.

If you go on their website to shop, you'll notice that you won't see any prices until you choose a specific store.... and most mailer / email ads are from a particular store ;)
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Feb 23, 2017
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Yolo. In for one. And I work there. I could also leak flyers for like the next 3 weeks. But I won't. Lol.
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Oct 7, 2003
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spennyrap wrote: I get concerned when Canadian manufacturers all of a sudden have their products on sale at or near all time lows. It is a strong indicator of bankruptcy.
i'd be more worried about RFD effect on the ppl recognizing price errors here
[OP]
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Jul 17, 2011
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Toronto, ON
Went to pick one up tonight and ended up taking two, had lots of stock.
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Apr 4, 2017
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Thanks OP.

After some trouble, I was able to price match at Home Depot and paid $7.80 after taxes.
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spennyrap wrote: I get concerned when Canadian manufacturers all of a sudden have their products on sale at or near all time lows. It is a strong indicator of bankruptcy.
Or they had a bad month or two during the first wave then ended up qualifying for up to 85% CEWS, making everyone work full time and lowering their cost.

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