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Certified Preowned Ryobi Brad Nailer - $63.74 (Free Shipping)

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Certified Preowned Ryobi Brad Nailer - $63.74 (Free Shipping)

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"certified pre-owned"? Seriously, they act like this is a Lexus.
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What's included:

ZRP320 Brad Nailer

Belt Clip

Operator's manual

No battery included!!


My sister has one of these and I drool whenever I see it (it is very quiet compared to a compressor driven nail gun). However I am deep into dewalt and would hate to buy this and a separate battery/charger just so I can use it on occasion
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I bought 6 certified preowned nailers from them so far and they come in almost new condition with a "RECON" word melted into the plastic / rubber. All the nailers are working fine.
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Any discount code to sweeten the deal?
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Good deal if you need one right now, was $56 last month (with code)
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Quote from abruce42
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Any discount code to sweeten the deal?
no discount codes apply to this deal to make it sweeter, already tried
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For reference these are regularly $129 at Home Depot. Used they are $80-$90 shipped on ebay. I'd say this is a pretty good value.
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Not bad, thanks OP.
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"certified pre-owned"? Seriously, they act like this is a Lexus.
Join us for our January to Remember holiday sales event! You will surely find the Ryobi of your dreams with our special prices and deals! Come on down! Lol
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If I did not already own the DeWalt brad and also the finish nailer, I'd be all over this deal fo sho! Peace
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In for one!! Thanks again. I also ended up picking up a nice blower that is significantly cheaper than homedepot.com
Thanks again for your help! Free shipping, but had to pay a little bit of tax, but not bad. Very happy since I just started my Ryobi tool collection this past Christmas!
Now I just have to make a organizer in my garage for the tools!
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If I did not already own the DeWalt brad and also the finish nailer, I'd be all over this deal fo sho! Peace
I have the Dewalt 16 gauge nailer and Ryobi stapler, brad nailer and 15 gauge nailer. The Ryobi stuffs seem to work as well as the Dewalt stuff and I didn't notice any significant differences other than the huge difference in price and also maybe the Ryobi nailers are slightly slower to shoot after the trigger was depressed.
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thx op in 4 1 plus a crown stapler.
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