Sorry, this offer has expired. Set up a deal alert and get notified of future deals like this. Add a Deal Alert

Expired Hot Deals

Sorry, this offer has expired.
Set up a deal alert and get notified of future deals like this.
Set up a Deal Alert
Princess Auto

1/4 in. x 25 ft Drain Auger $11.99

  • Last Updated:
  • Feb 18th, 2021 9:34 am
Jr. Member
Mar 12, 2014
175 posts
190 upvotes
Markham

[Princess Auto] 1/4 in. x 25 ft Drain Auger $11.99

This auger cleans drains without harsh chemicals. It features crank (you can use drill accordingly to @kafer) operation for quick, easy cleaning.

Make sure dry it completely before storing it.
Review seems to be good. Shipping extra (Free pickup)

Link to the product
Image
Last edited by eaiou123 on Feb 14th, 2021 8:06 pm, edited 5 times in total.
26 replies
Deal Addict
User avatar
Aug 12, 2006
4459 posts
3836 upvotes
Ontario
eaiou123 wrote: (not sure if it has drill adapter or not)
It shouldn't. Nor would I even use a drill if it did. Because it works by going slow.
Member
Jan 8, 2008
370 posts
145 upvotes
YYC
beachlover wrote: It shouldn't. Nor would I even use a drill if it did. Because it works by going slow.
I believe there are variable speed drills on the market.
Member
Aug 29, 2018
391 posts
256 upvotes
My drains are clogged but a 25 foot rod seems like overkill. What should I do
Deal Addict
Dec 16, 2001
1861 posts
825 upvotes
Oakville
laike4 wrote: My drains are clogged but a 25 foot rod seems like overkill. What should I do
I've had that concern before too. I tend to not put it in all the way. 100% customer satisfaction.
***
Newbie
Nov 20, 2017
81 posts
63 upvotes
After overdoing it with the chemicals and burning a whole in our plastic u pipe, this auger went in and cleared the clog much easier. It can get messy and greasy though, so wear gloves.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Jan 25, 2008
3068 posts
4224 upvotes
Winnipeg
Thanks OP, perfect timing. Great price!
I'm not cheap, I'm frugal!!!
Deal Addict
User avatar
Aug 30, 2007
1075 posts
1976 upvotes
Calgary
Upvoted and purchased, thanks OP!
- Everyone has their thing, we're all here to save money while doing it…
Deal Addict
Oct 22, 2016
1042 posts
979 upvotes
Comox Valley
They have a flyer that starts Tuesday, and this item is in it. What Princess auto does, is price their flyer items, a day or 2 early, on their website. So if you want an item, you can buy early. Sometimes items go out of stock, and you may miss out if you wait, as happen to me, and some heaters I wanted last month.

Thanks OP for posting this, I will be buying it.
Deal Fanatic
May 4, 2014
5216 posts
7120 upvotes
Toronto, ON
Perfect valentines day gift.
Deal Addict
Oct 21, 2009
2748 posts
1624 upvotes
Ontario
I had one of these but could never figure out how to use it properly.
Currently happy customer with Koodo, Roger and Virgin Mobile.
Member
Oct 14, 2017
412 posts
297 upvotes
London
I hate this thing, but it works!
eaiou123 wrote: This auger cleans drains without harsh chemicals. It features crank (not sure if it has drill adapter or not) operation for quick, easy cleaning.

Make sure dry it completely before storing it.
Review seems to be good. Shipping extra (Free pickup)

Link to the product
Image
Sr. Member
User avatar
Sep 25, 2019
950 posts
2170 upvotes
Do not buy cheap auger. The steal is very easy to break.

We only buy Ridgid.

Many people buy cheap and it break inside drain. We see many time before and we have to break wall or dig to get out.

Rigid auger is still cheaper than plumber call.
Last edited by MikuGirl on Feb 14th, 2021 4:58 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Feb 3, 2019
1573 posts
3584 upvotes
Canada
does this one have the ability to be used with a hand drill?
Live a little
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
May 16, 2011
5345 posts
7971 upvotes
Burnaby, BC
MikuGirl wrote: Do not buy cheap auger. The steal is very easy to break.

We only buy Ridgid.

Many people buy cheap and it break inside drain. We see many time before and we have to break wall or dig to get out.

Rigid auger is still cheaper than plumber call.
Is rigid the brand or type?
Member
Dec 2, 2007
215 posts
505 upvotes
MikuGirl wrote: Do not buy cheap auger. The steal is very easy to break.

We only buy Ridgid.

Many people buy cheap and it break inside drain. We see many time before and we have to break wall or dig to get out.

Rigid auger is still cheaper than plumber call.
I’ve used this one and highly doubt it would break, even when using a drill.
Jackji wrote: does this one have the ability to be used with a hand drill?
Yep. Used one last summer to clear out my kitchen drain. Had it out ~20 ft before I hit the clog. Trick is to push in, go slow on the drill, out again, and repeat. Takes a while but does the trick!

Top

Thread Information

There is currently 1 user viewing this thread. (0 members and 1 guest)