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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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Damn, missed out on the vac. Went to the local store last night but didn't find any. I might check a couple other stores in the area.
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#62
Didn't get the Vackmaster because it didn't offer a HEPA filter, is one available for the Husky?
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So somehow my giftcard was declined after I received order confirmation Facepalm Don't even begin to know how the hell a GC can be declined but talked the CSR into giving me some Gorilla Rack shelves for the same price since these were OOS now, so can't complain Big Grin Thanks OP
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picked one shop vac up yesterday. shop vac is pretty weak, but still keeping it around the house just in case.
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Quote from Chitown021 View Post :
Damn, missed out on the vac. Went to the local store last night but didn't find any. I might check a couple other stores in the area.
I'm a moron! I went back to HD today for some lawn stuff and they had a whole pallet of the vacs right in the middle of the main isle! Seems to be pretty solid for the price. Used it to clean out our cars this afternoon. Now I need a deal on an accessory kit. I'd like some of those rectangular nozzles for getting into tight spaces.
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so they overrated the power of the vacuum eh?

3hp is not really 3hp
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Quote from nett3 View Post :
I highly double that pump is quiet, fast, and can do 130 psi (it's oil-less). Expect a loud and slow pump that can do maybe 50psi after 10 mins before it over heats.
Just used pump. Was much quieter and incredibly faster then my Craftsman 19.2 drill type inflator. Blows away Wink my car lighter one also. Pumped bike tires up to 50 psi in less then a minute.
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#68
Picked up the dry/wet vac and air inflator last night.

Assembling the vac now. First impressions are very positive. Seems well made and the stainless steel body/housing looks great. Should make cleaning up a breeze.

I was curious on one thing though. The foam filter that's supposed to be used for wet vacuuming, mine has no bottom. The user manual seems to indicate the foam filter should have a bottom piece, mine is basically just a foam ring.

Can anyone else confirm this is right?

Thanks!

Update

I just discovered that the attachments off my "normal" vacuum can be used on this wet/dry vac. They fit on the hose extensions just fine. Pretty nifty.
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On the vac: If you need a big, powerful shop-vac with a large reservoir, this is not for you. You should probably at least spend the extra $10 to move up to the next range of machines.
If you want a small, highly-portable shop-vac for cheap, this is a good deal. I managed to snag the last unit at my local HD. The construction seems solid and the attachments are pretty nice. I used it to blow the grass clippings off of my front porch and then vacuumed up some small leaved in the garage. I'll use this when I don't want to mix gas/oil for the blower, which increases it's value.
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Quote from link626 View Post :
so they overrated the power of the vacuum eh?

3hp is not really 3hp
2.4hp is the max you can use on 120v/15a breaker. Any that claim more that that on a typical 120v line is using marketing HP, or should I say BS. a 240v line can accommodate up to 6hp motors.

The motor on this guy says it's 7 amps. That works out to a little over 1 HP. My overpriced Dyson is advertised to have 240 air watts, and there are 746.297 Air Watts in 1HP, so this little $30 shop vac has three times the suction of my $400 Dyson. Good enough for home use.



Quote from Turismo View Post :
Picked up the dry/wet vac and air inflator last night.

Assembling the vac now. First impressions are very positive. Seems well made and the stainless steel body/housing looks great. Should make cleaning up a breeze.

I was curious on one thing though. The foam filter that's supposed to be used for wet vacuuming, mine has no bottom. The user manual seems to indicate the foam filter should have a bottom piece, mine is basically just a foam ring.

Can anyone else confirm this is right?

Thanks!

Update

I just discovered that the attachments off my "normal" vacuum can be used on this wet/dry vac. They fit on the hose extensions just fine. Pretty nifty.
My foam filter is a ring. There are no vents on bottom of the motor cage, it's designed that way. The images in the manual must be a small mistake.

Yeah it's 1 1/4" hose like carpet vacuums, I prefer a bigger hose, but the compatibility is nice too. I took my computer outside and blew the shit out of the dust in there. Definitely powerful enough for me.
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Quote from tixetsal View Post :
On the vac: If you need a big, powerful shop-vac with a large reservoir, this is not for you. You should probably at least spend the extra $10 to move up to the next range of machines.
If you want a small, highly-portable shop-vac for cheap, this is a good deal. I managed to snag the last unit at my local HD. The construction seems solid and the attachments are pretty nice. I used it to blow the grass clippings off of my front porch and then vacuumed up some small leaved in the garage. I'll use this when I don't want to mix gas/oil for the blower, which increases it's value.
You have to spend at least $20 more to get an increase in power, at least at the HD. Some of the $40 models, like this Rigid [homedepot.com], while have having a larger canister, actually has a weaker motor at 5.8a.

I need more powerful/larger units for work, but this small guy is good enough for home use for most. Looks good to, most of the more expensive units are all plastic.
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I picked up the mini-compressor and the shelf. Haven't touched the latter, but I used the compressor to fill up my 10-gal Harbor Freight air tank from 60 PSI to about 90-95. Took 10-12 min, but it did it! Probably could've gone higher, but I wanted to let the compressor cool off for a bit.
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Could I operate the mini-compressor with a 300 Watt(peak) inverter connected to 12V car socket?
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Quote from eyefusion View Post :
Could I operate the mini-compressor with a 300 Watt(peak) inverter connected to 12V car socket?
Yes,
Just hooked it to my 150 watt inverter and it ran it no problems Smilie
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how is the shopvac? mostly will be used to cleanup small messes at home and for cleaning cars. Wondering if its not powerful enough to really clean up though.
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