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markinlj 1,634 359 June 17, 2016 at 08:40 AM in Tool Sets (6) More Lowe's Deals
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Promoted 06-19-2016 by johnny_miller at 01:32 AM View Original Post
Lowes.com has 100-Piece DeWalt Screwdriver Bit Set (DWA24CASE2) for $22.98 + free store pickup. Thanks markinlj

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Edited June 17, 2016 at 10:12 AM by wuzzy
DEWALT 100-Piece Screwdriver Bit Set $22.98 reg price $49.98.

http://www.lowes.com/pd/DEWALT-10...t_Set_FW20
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I worked for Lowe's for 8 years, I can tell you that they are completely technologically inept... The store workstations run off of a horrible version of Linux running a text-based point of sale program that they have to somehow get compatible with about a dozen or more different sales programs, and none of them work well together...

They fired Assistant store managers from every store and killed sales commission for all floor employees in order to buy modified iPhones (the size and weight of a brick) that everyone hated using because at best they kinda worked for some things, but usually they didn't work at all... The best part is, they were absolutely terrible as phones... So if you were the only associate in the department at any time, you were expected to carry that brick-like iPhone and the regular cordless spectralink phone at all times... you couldn't set either one down because someone would steal the iPhone, and you had to keep the spectralink phone to actually be able to take calls...

They then spent millions more putting credit card readers and handheld Barcode scanners on the sales desk of every department, some desks even got two sets... That was 4+ years ago... to my knowledge, they still don't work...

Speaking of four years ago, that's when all employees were told that they should not bother learning that antiquated Genesis (the name of the text based point of sale program everything had to tie in to) because some new all-in-one program was coming out in a month or two and it would streamline everything... they even spent millions more upgrading/replacing all of the workstations and registers to prepare for the newer faster program... Like I said, that was 4+ years ago... I know some stores have it active, but I know most still don't.

So yeah, the fact that Lowe's ever even got an online-sales oriented website up and running was kind-of amazing to me when it happened... Of course it was a glitch fest the first few years as well. I like Lowe's still for some things, but I know they have a habit of having a really REALLY crappy IT development department... Like the head of that department gets replaced every 3 months or something...
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Tones of duplicate large Flathead, phillips and square bits, but incomplete set of torque and hex bits. Would make more sense to have duplicates of small screwdrivers, which break more easily, and have more torque and hex bits.

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Looks like Lowes did something to their site. It wont let me look at other stores inventory or even change my store. Tried with multiple browsers and it just sits there.
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I can change stores, but when I check out, I can input everything But the credit card info LoL
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Looks like Lowes did something to their site. It wont let me look at other stores inventory or even change my store. Tried with multiple browsers and it just sits there.
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Not digging their new website design.
I hate this mobile website shit.
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I agree the change they made to their website is not good, I would like to know what they were thinking.
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Thanks OP, after Safeway's 20% off, this came to around 18ish.
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Lowes has a bunch more bit sets and some drill sets from bosch, cobalt, dewalt. Some of them pretty cheap. I was able to check the inventory online and actually found the stuff at the store.
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Bought them since it's damn good price.
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These have never been $49. Been posted month after month for $25. no big deal here.
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This is a good deal for the pilot point drill bits, magnetic drive guide and cases alone. Always nice to have some spare torx bits around when you need them as well. I hate they always load these packs up with an assload of phillips and flathead bits though.
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Quote from markinlj View Post :
I agree the change they made to their website is not good, I would like to know what they were thinking.
I worked for Lowe's for 8 years, I can tell you that they are completely technologically inept... The store workstations run off of a horrible version of Linux running a text-based point of sale program that they have to somehow get compatible with about a dozen or more different sales programs, and none of them work well together...

They fired Assistant store managers from every store and killed sales commission for all floor employees in order to buy modified iPhones (the size and weight of a brick) that everyone hated using because at best they kinda worked for some things, but usually they didn't work at all... The best part is, they were absolutely terrible as phones... So if you were the only associate in the department at any time, you were expected to carry that brick-like iPhone and the regular cordless spectralink phone at all times... you couldn't set either one down because someone would steal the iPhone, and you had to keep the spectralink phone to actually be able to take calls...

They then spent millions more putting credit card readers and handheld Barcode scanners on the sales desk of every department, some desks even got two sets... That was 4+ years ago... to my knowledge, they still don't work...

Speaking of four years ago, that's when all employees were told that they should not bother learning that antiquated Genesis (the name of the text based point of sale program everything had to tie in to) because some new all-in-one program was coming out in a month or two and it would streamline everything... they even spent millions more upgrading/replacing all of the workstations and registers to prepare for the newer faster program... Like I said, that was 4+ years ago... I know some stores have it active, but I know most still don't.

So yeah, the fact that Lowe's ever even got an online-sales oriented website up and running was kind-of amazing to me when it happened... Of course it was a glitch fest the first few years as well. I like Lowe's still for some things, but I know they have a habit of having a really REALLY crappy IT development department... Like the head of that department gets replaced every 3 months or something...
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It doesn't let me check out. Ill try later, thanks!
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I had an issue checking out on my phone, make sure you are not in any "private" browser. I also picked up 12-Gallon 6-Peak HP Shop Vacuum
Item #: 549713 Model #: 5926211. Free shipping!
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Tones of duplicate large Flathead, phillips and square bits, but incomplete set of torque and hex bits. Would make more sense to have duplicates of small screwdrivers, which break more easily, and have more torque and hex bits.
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