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[Walmart] Hyper Tough 18V LI-ON Drill kit $20, Black&Decker Belt Sander $25, Circular Saw $29, Stanley Wet Dry Vacuum $38.88 YMMV

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[Walmart] Hyper Tough 18V LI-ON Drill kit $20, Black&Decker Belt Sander $25, Circular Saw $29, Stanley Wet Dry Vacuum $38.88 YMMV

While looking for a Cemaric Heater mentioned in other thread, I found these tools are on sale/on clearance at 500 Copper Creek Dr, Markham.

Hyper Tough drill kit: ~10 left. Belt sander: 1 left. Circular Saw: ~3 to 4 left.

The Vacuum was spotted at 5995 Steeles Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1V 5P7. Plenty left.

I know these are for home use most likely, but at least the prices are right.

Happy hunting.
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Thing about these cheap wet/dry vacs is it seems there is often no way to add a filter bag to them--no such part specified. I bought one at CT once and opened it up and realised there was no way to put a bag in it for easier dry-pickup cleanup/disposal. Never used it just returned it. I don't get why they don't make them bag-compatible, only the more expensive ones seem to have that option.
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ES_Revenge wrote: Thing about these cheap wet/dry vacs is it seems there is often no way to add a filter bag to them
I've never seen a need for a garbage bag in a shop vac and would get sucked onto the filter anyway. As to a filter bag, not needed with any decent machine and would clog fast anyway.
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Sometimes the cartridge vacuums (like this one) are also compatible with bags if they have the proper retainer at the hose opening. If someone that bought this vac could take a photo of the inside, near the hose opening.

The cartridge system on its own is cheaper to maintain but not suitable for fine dust at all (like drywall)
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AndrewBond wrote: I've never seen a need for a garbage bag in a shop vac and would get sucked onto the filter anyway. As to a filter bag, not needed with any decent machine and would clog fast anyway.
LOL what? Do you know how vacuum cleaners even work? You have fun dumping out a bunch of sand/dirt into another bag, to dump in the garbage.
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: The cartridge system on its own is cheaper to maintain but not suitable for fine dust at all (like drywall)
I always use a drywall specific cartridge and works well. You do need to give the vanes a good flex more frequently to release the built up dust, and I also empty the vac outdoors if possible. For general use on my table saws etc. the standard filter works great. An occasional flex of the cartridge still helps.

Personally I'd only ever choose a shop vac with cartridge filters, and the Rigid range has served me well at good prices.
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Bought the exact shop vac .it didnt come with a filtering disposable bag. Ended up getting a package of 3 from Lowes with another brand but it works.
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FWIW I bought one of those 18V drills in the US for $20 or $25 about 7 years ago. It's still holding up. I gave it to my grandfather and it's still kicking as far as I know!
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AndrewBond wrote: I've never seen a need for a garbage bag in a shop vac and would get sucked onto the filter anyway.
The Ridgid shop vacs use bags. Just sayin'

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