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[Lee Valley] Lee Valley Free Shipping on orders of $40

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[Lee Valley] Lee Valley Free Shipping on orders of $40

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Sorry if a repost. Lee Valley (Tools) has free shipping on orders over $40 for a limited time. I can't find when the offer expires. It is usually for a week or so. They also have a revamped web site.

For those who don't live near one of their stores this an opportunity to save shipping costs. They seem do the free shipping deal a few times a year, not sure whether it will be repeated before Christmas.
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Williams Lake
Thanks.

They sell quality stuff.

cheers

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Ottawa
I’ve always thought these guys make Christmas trees or something Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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Toronto
Anything interesting?
You miss shots you don't take.
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Langley
I still don't know what these guys sell.. haha

They have a catalog online.. I guess I know what i'll be doing for the next 20mins...
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They are known for wood working tools. But they sell all kinds of high quality Knick knacks. Best place to go if you are looking for a high quality gift.
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Richmond Hill
sounds like a little Sears with the same old business plan that will soon become extinct due to Amazonian bullies.
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Edmonton
The only problem with lee valley is once you buy something it never breaks thus don’t create a captive market like cellphones or cars. Lee valley has all sorts of cool gadgets.

I feel like anything purchased from lee valley is guaranteed to last longer then I intend to live.
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Max_Dealing wrote: The only problem with lee valley is once you buy something it never breaks thus don’t create a captive market like cellphones or cars. Lee valley has all sorts of cool gadgets.

I feel like anything purchased from lee valley is guaranteed to last longer then I intend to live.
The item will last longer than you or the loan to pay for it will?
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Saskatoon, SK
sirxterminator wrote: sounds like a little Sears with the same old business plan that will soon become extinct due to Amazonian bullies.
Incorrect. Lee Valley has a lot of appeal as a specialty store (specifically woodworking, gardening/yardwork, & quality high end tools). Additionally they sell cool (typically hard to find) gadgets good for everyday use. I was about to buy a unique tape measure (Fastcap) on Amazon only to discover I could get it cheaper at Lee Valley. PLUS they also offer cool hobby courses (have built a wooden longbow, arrows) that can sell out very fast.

Some cool items I've bought:

Salad Server $10.90 -- company always ask where we got

Fastcap Flat Back Measuring Tape $14.50

Berry Picker $34.50 -- works great for Saskatoons (pick minimum 5x faster), Blueberries, not bad for Cherries.

Cardboard Screws for kids

My all time favorite is the bean cutter/snip (Flux Cutter) but it appears they aren't selling it anymore? Total thumb saver & great gift for gardeners with arthritis!
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Richmond Hill
Wheatboy wrote: Incorrect. Lee Valley has a lot of appeal as a specialty store (specifically woodworking, gardening/yardwork, & quality high end tools). Additionally they sell cool (typically hard to find) gadgets good for everyday use. I was about to buy a unique tape measure (Fastcap) on Amazon only to discover I could get it cheaper at Lee Valley. PLUS they also offer cool hobby courses (have built a wooden longbow, arrows) that can sell out very fast.

Some cool items I've bought:

Salad Server $10.90 -- company always ask where we got

Fastcap Flat Back Measuring Tape $14.50

Berry Picker $34.50 -- works great for Saskatoons (pick minimum 5x faster), Blueberries, not bad for Cherries.

Cardboard Screws for kids

My all time favorite is the bean cutter/snip (Flux Cutter) but it appears they aren't selling it anymore? Total thumb saver & great gift for gardeners with arthritis!
Do you remember Sharper Image, it had cool gadgets too.

The next gen have little patience to take up wood working or fine furniture making.

Fewer and fewer people have income left over for non essential "cool items"

Lets face it, would you invest in their stock?
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Lee Valleys huge and seem to do very well. They sell and probably make lots of money off their Festool power tools.
Big store right downtown Toronto on King street, they shoudlnt be in the same conversation as the Sharper Image at your local mall.

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