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Husky 4-Gal. 3 HP Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vac $30, Edsal 36"x60"x18" Freestanding Shelving Unit $35, Husky 120-Volt Inflator

rbwilton 7,874 April 4, 2013 at 06:05 PM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 04-04-2013 at 09:00 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has Husky 4-Gal. 3 HP Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vac for $29.88. Save an additional $10 off orders $100 or more with promo code SBFHD10. Order online and pick-up in store by clicking "Check Store Inventory" on item page. Thanks rbwilton

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Home Depot has Husky Model# HY120 Inflator on sale this week for $20. It's listed as a special buy previously $30.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/2028...=202871788

•Inflates vehicle tires, bicycle tires, air mattresses and sports equipment
•Glow-in-the-dark analog pressure gauge, max pressure 130 psi
•Direct-drive motor is powerful, quiet and fast
•Plugs into a standard 120-volt outlet

Husky4-Gal./3 HP Stainless Steel Wet/Dry Vac for $30 http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/2033...ifications

Also Edsal 3200 pound capacity heavy duty four level shelve $35 or in store regular price is $60 and $70 on Amazon currently.
Edsal 4-Shelf 36 in. W x 60 in. H x 18 in. D Steel Shelving Unit
http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/2039...=203926737

These should all be available in store this week

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got a Tire Inflator. i'll have to see if they have the vac when i go pick it up.
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Quote from donldmn View Post :
Wet/Dry Vacuum is OOS online.
Does anyone know how it compares to this one?
http://www.menards.com/main/tools...-10092.htm
Nice one, gonna go pick that up. Was going to order online but a "processing fee" for store pickup? Wow ... I don't need to pay $1.40 for some jackball to go get my item for me. I have $10 MIR credit to make the deal even sweeter! Repped.
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Quote from PhobosTau View Post :
When do they go on sale in the stores? This Sunday?

I don't get newspaper or ads delivery at my house, so unfortunately I'm out of the loop.
The weekly ads are on Home Depots website. This started in store yesterday. There's plenty of the inflators at my local stores today, and all three showed plenty of stock last night. I'm going to try to get the inflator tonight since I already have enough shelves and vacs.
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Quote from RiverDeal View Post :
Hey that looks like the good ole Vacmaster slick deal I picked up for $12.48.

http://slickdeals.net/f/2922541-VacMaster-Wet-Dry-Vac-12-48-Target-Clearance-YMMV

Funny how tacking the Husky name on it changes peoples opinions.

EDIT*** This deal was a couple of years ago. You won't find it anymore.
Not really relevant here. your talking about a Target clearance that a few lucky people got. Target has completely different clearance prices at different stores, so at the time the vaccuum was probably OOS at some stores, higher clearance at some and original price at others. Once a good item hits 70% off your chances get slim. The vac at Menards looks like a really good deal but they are regional.

After taking a good look at the one you posted I do see it looks like the same manufacturer. The Size/HP label are the same. First glance it looks like just another similar sized shop vac since this one is steel versus plastic.
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Bought the inflator on line and also the red mulch at $2.00 for 2cu ft. TY Op TU!
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Quote from rbwilton View Post :
Not really relevant here. your talking about a Target clearance that a few lucky people got. Target has completely different clearance prices at different stores, so at the time the vaccuum was probably OOS at some stores, higher clearance at some and original price at others. Once a good item hits 70% off your chances get slim. The vac at Menards looks like a really good deal but they are regional.

After taking a good look at the one you posted I do see it looks like the same manufacturer. The Size/HP label are the same. First glance it looks like just another similar sized shop vac since this one is steel versus plastic.
Sorry, didn't mean to hijack. Seeing it in person, it is the same stainless vac with different cosmetics, I just thought it curious that as a Vacmaster, it was thought to be barely worth $25.00; but as a Husky, it's a steal.
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Quote from RiverDeal View Post :
Sorry, didn't mean to hijack. Seeing it in person, it is the same stainless vac with different cosmetics, I just thought it curious that as a Vacmaster, it was thought to be barely worth $25.00; but as a Husky, it's a steal.
No problem. I don't think the issue is really the name. Husky is good but not top tier. Your shop vac was a great deal. I'm almost certain the reason it didn't create much excitement is because Target clearance prices from one store to another are not consistent. A majority here ignore most Target clearance posted as unreliable. Also there was only one poster that said it wasn't worth $25. that type of comment is pretty normal on almost any thread here. We all place different values on an item and some people can be just plain unrealistic.

My take on Target clearance:

Staff with hand scanners scan each item in a row.
Items in a national database of clearance items are placed on clearance.
Initially marked down 30% then 50% then 70%.
The clearance will vary by store depending on when/if it was intially scanned.
Unlike stores like Staples, prices of clearance items are not set in a national database.
There may be some other metric they use to determine price such as local demand but that and the rest of this is partially guesswork.

Maybe someone else can give some specific info on Target clearance policies (maybe even a poster that works for target Smilie )
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Quote from Lyolik View Post :
particle board will sag eventually, especially if you have it in a damp place like a laundry area, and a heavy load on it. mine is a year and a half, and sags a little, bit im still thinking of either getting an extra support beam for the middle, or butting osb/plywood instead of the particleboard eventually.
This is 100% true. The shelving with even the thin brown veneer over the particleboard sags less than the Edsal model shown here. The Edsal plain particleboard shelves are garbage and sag pretty severely over time. I will probably also replace them with 3/8 ply eventually.
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Is anyone else encountering the Husky vacuum out of stock online? It won't allow me to check in store...What gives...
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Is anyone else encountering the Husky vacuum out of stock online? It won't allow me to check in store...What gives...
As someone mentioned earlier, try calling your local store. They might have stock not reported online.
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Shop Vac OOS. Bought the shelves and inflator.
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I went to the store and picked up the Husky Vac. They were on display in the middle of the store, stacked up. There was one out of the box to look at. It looked solid to me and I ended up getting one.
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just picked up the Vac, Inflator, and ladder...
Did I need any of them? Nope.
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A big pile of Vacs in Waltham, MA and they said there was at least another palate out back.. Looked pretty solid... The ladder seemed cheap and the metal very thin...Might work for some for around the house, but if it got twisted in any way would easily bend.
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Local HD had one Husky vac and two tire inflators left....BF in April
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