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RIDGID Buy Select kits get a 2.0 AH Battery for Free at Home Depot Starting at $99 (was $79 before 5-31)

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI...7Brest%7D+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 1/2 in. Compact Drill/Driver Kit with (2) 1.5Ah Batteries Charger and Bag
Plus another Free 2.0AH Battery for only $79 (appears to be $99 as of 5-31)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI...7Brest%7D+ 18-Volt Gen5x Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Brushless Compact Hammer Drill Kit with (2) 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger and Bag Plus another Free 2.0AH Battery $149

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI...7Brest%7D+ Gen5X Lithium-Ion Cordless 1/2 in. Brushless Compact Drill/Driver Kit with (2) 1.5Ah Batteries, Charger and Bag Plus a another Free 2.0AH Battery $129

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI...7Brest%7D+ STEALTH FORCE Brushless 18-Volt Hyper Lithium-Ion 1/4 in. Cordless Pulse Driver Kit with 2x2.0AH batteries plus another free 2.0AH Battery $199
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Maybe change to, Buy *Select* Kits...
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Solid deal on a $79 compact drill and end up with both a 1.5A-Hour and 2.0A-Hour battery.
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Maybe change to, Buy *Select* Kits...
My first Post, Thanks for the help.
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Solid deal on a $79 compact drill and end up with both a 1.5A-Hour and 2.0A-Hour battery.

I thought so too since this actually comes with 3 batteries and a drill for only $79. 2x1.5AH and a 2.0AH.
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FYI, this combo deal will NOT get you the lifetime service agreement on the free additional battery. At best, you'll get a 3 year limited warranty provided you register.

Only batteries included with specific kits will be included with Ridgid's LSA, provided you REGISTER your tool kits PROPERLY, and confirm that they are granted LSA status on their support website.
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that 129$ deal isn't a hammer drill right? but it has the handle?
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that 129$ deal isn't a hammer drill right? but it has the handle?
Yes the handle is included on the $129 drill/driver, but it is not a hammer drill. The $149 deal is a Brushless Hammer Drill. It also has 2 bigger batteries than the $129 deal.
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FYI, this combo deal will NOT get you the lifetime service agreement on the free additional battery. At best, you'll get a 3 year limited warranty provided you register.

Only batteries included with specific kits will be included with Ridgid's LSA, provided you REGISTER your tool kits PROPERLY, and confirm that they are granted LSA status on their support website.
This is huge.

The LSA is absolutely the Ridgid selling point. Two more LSA batteries is great, but good to note that the bonus battery would not be covered.
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Good luck with their LSA... I've had about 50% success rate. I actually returned some of the tools to depot because Ridgid didn't want to honor the LSA. I also struggled with them demanding a recipt showing purchase months after after entering all my information in their system.

In the long run, the trouble wasn't worth the extra few bucks. I've jumped to ryobi for less used tools and Milwaukee/DeWalt for the daily beaters.



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Good luck with their LSA... I've had about 50% success rate. I actually returned some of the tools to depot because Ridgid didn't want to honor the LSA. I also struggled with them demanding a recipt showing purchase months after after entering all my information in their system.

In the long run, the trouble wasn't worth the extra few bucks. I've jumped to ryobi for less used tools and Milwaukee/DeWalt for the daily beaters.

Sorry you have had bad luck. I had a Saw that went bad, they fixed it. I had 2 batteries that went bad after 11 years, they shipped me new ones. Guess that makes me a fanboy. Applause
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Sorry you have had bad luck. I had a Saw that went bad, they fixed it. I had 2 batteries that went bad after 11 years, they shipped me new ones. Guess that makes me a fanboy. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...2/applause.gif
I still love the tools i have and use from Ridgid. Honestly, there isn't much difference between their ridgid and ryobi lines anyway. I swapped the 18v router from ridgid to ryobi and they are 98% the same tool. Same with the multi tools. Hell you can use the same heads for the multi tools.
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I still love the tools i have and use from Ridgid. Honestly, there isn't much difference between their ridgid and ryobi lines anyway. I swapped the 18v router from ridgid to ryobi and they are 98% the same tool. Same with the multi tools. Hell you can use the same heads for the multi tools.
They are made but the same company which explains the common features and traits, but so is Milwaukee - I would say Ridgid/Milwaukee are closer to being the same than Ridgid/Ryobi
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Good luck with their LSA... I've had about 50% success rate. I actually returned some of the tools to depot because Ridgid didn't want to honor the LSA. I also struggled with them demanding a recipt showing purchase months after after entering all my information in their system.

In the long run, the trouble wasn't worth the extra few bucks. I've jumped to ryobi for less used tools and Milwaukee/DeWalt for the daily beaters.
I have registered at least 5 different tools and never had a problem with registration.
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Good luck with their LSA... I've had about 50% success rate. I actually returned some of the tools to depot because Ridgid didn't want to honor the LSA. I also struggled with them demanding a recipt showing purchase months after after entering all my information in their system.

In the long run, the trouble wasn't worth the extra few bucks. I've jumped to ryobi for less used tools and Milwaukee/DeWalt for the daily beaters.
Could you share more information? Why they did not honor? You lost the receipt?
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