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Gladiator Premier Series 30" Garage Wall Cabinet $100 at Jet.com (+ extra 15% off for new customers)

chadwikki 39 50 August 30, 2016 at 01:56 PM in Tools (3) More Jet.com Deals
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Last Edited by mlacey3 August 31, 2016 at 10:58 AM
For those of you who missed the $100 deal at Sears, Jet.com has the Gladiator 30" Premier series wall cabinets for $99.99 as well. If you are a new customer, you also get an additional 15% off your first three orders. You also save some additional money when you order more than one item. I just bought two of these cabinets for $161 ($94.99 each + 15% off + free shipping).

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Thanks! This is better deal than FP.
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Best deal around with the 15% off. Very nice
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A better deal than Sears if you don't use SYWR. I bought a few of these and wasn't really happy with the quality. But the 28" one came out to around $50 each for me after points at Sears, so I went that route.
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wasn't really happy with the quality.
Care to explain?
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Just picked up two of these for a grand total of $159.06 shipped. Can't beat that deal anywhere on these nicer 30" models!

For anyone wondering, these are the nice pre-assembled 30" welded model, not the cheaper ones that you have to put together.
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Care to explain?
Yeah...the 28" are very thin metal, would've gotten some used kitchen cabinets if I knew it was so thin. That said the other post above says these are welded, and I just checked and they are almost 2x the weight, so these 30" appear much better.
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Yeah...the 28" are very thin metal, would've gotten some used kitchen cabinets if I knew it was so thin. That said the other post above says these are welded, and I just checked and they are almost 2x the weight, so these 30" appear much better.
I was actually at Sears last night and stopped to look at these and the differences between the 28" and 30". You can feel the quality and rigidity difference instantly just after opening the doors. I'm sure the 28" ones are not bad, just not quite as heavy duty as the 30".

Also, something most people do not know.. The 28" cabinet has a grommet hole in the bottom that the 30" does not. Easy to add, but something to think about.
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I was actually at Sears last night and stopped to look at these and the differences between the 28" and 30". You can feel the quality and rigidity difference instantly just after opening the doors. I'm sure the 28" ones are not bad, just not quite as heavy duty as the 30".

Also, something most people do not know.. The 28" cabinet has a grommet hole in the bottom that the 30" does not. Easy to add, but something to think about.
Grommet hole? What for?

FYI all, by no means do you need anything extra with these...I don't even use gear tracks...these are gonna get screwed right into the wall, guarantee it will be more secure. Maybe I'll be fancy and use nice lag bolts, but most likely I will use drywall or deck screws right through the back panel (With a nice high speed drill, no need to even drill holes beforehand) and a couple self-tapping screws between the cabinets.
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amazon price matched
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Grommet hole? What for?

FYI all, by no means do you need anything extra with these...I don't even use gear tracks...these are gonna get screwed right into the wall, guarantee it will be more secure. Maybe I'll be fancy and use nice lag bolts, but most likely I will use drywall or deck screws right through the back panel (With a nice high speed drill, no need to even drill holes beforehand) and a couple self-tapping screws between the cabinets.
The grommet is there so that you could have a battery charger in the cabinet and run the power cable for it back down through the grommet to an outlet. At least that seems to be the most practical use to me.

You could also use it to run a power strip up into the cabinet to power multiple chargers/devices.
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The grommet is there so that you could have a battery charger in the cabinet and run the power cable for it back down through the grommet to an outlet. At least that seems to be the most practical use to me.

You could also use it to run a power strip up into the cabinet to power multiple chargers/devices.
That's pretty cool as cutting holes in metal for running cables can be dangerous for the cables without having your own rings/grommets to protect.

Thanks for the info.
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amazon price matched
Good catch! Amazon is awesome, but still can't beat with the extra 15% off on this deal.

While Jet was swirling around the toilet trying to compete with Amazon...there was a surprising buyout by WalMart for 3 billion just recently, so it looks like jet is here to stay.
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The grommet is there so that you could have a battery charger in the cabinet and run the power cable for it back down through the grommet to an outlet. At least that seems to be the most practical use to me.

You could also use it to run a power strip up into the cabinet to power multiple chargers/devices.
Shouldn't charge in an enclosed space.
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Shouldn't charge in an enclosed space.
Meh, most have thermal cutoff, and the heat wouldn't be significant, especially if lithium ion. I personally keep my batteries in the basement since I don't keep my garage as cool/warm as the house.
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