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18-Volt OCTANE Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Combo Kit with Hammer Drill, Impact Driver, (2) OCTANE Batteries, Charger + 2 FREE TOOLS OF CHOICE, $349 Home Depot

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but $349 instore B&M, maybe YMMV, not sure if its nation wide.

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Ridgid has their lifetime warranty (agreement)
these are their top of the line OCTANE BRUSHLESS tools and all the free tools are also their current best octane brushless options. Not the older Gen5x stuff

Here are some of the choices:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../306925920
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../301996008
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../304304108
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../308056101
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../305436645
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../308056194

comes with these 2:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../304304102
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../308056100

some good specs on these too

FYI, spec wise no ryobi tool even their brushless beats these. And if you price it out, its about the same if not even the rigid being on top and you get lifetime warranty and higher spec tools
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If you buy in store you can get the starter kit and choose your free tool(s). This is advantageous for anyone who doesn't need the starter kit but wants a discount on the bare tools.
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I've had good impressions with rigid but with my latest 18 brad nailer rigid says action is required before my lifetime service agreement will be active and I have 60 days to send in my original receipt or I will lose the said agreement...this is despite uploading a photo of my receipt during the LSA registration process...

oh and they didn't email me anything regarding the issue, i had to log back into their website to find this out!

I really like the braid nailer but i'm tempted to just return it to home depot if rigid's gonna make me jump hoops and not even contact me about it
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I've had good impressions with rigid but with my latest 18 brad nailer rigid says action is required before my lifetime service agreement will be active and I have 60 days to send in my original receipt or I will lose the said agreement...this is despite uploading a photo of my receipt during the LSA registration process...

oh and they didn't email me anything regarding the issue, i had to log back into their website to find this out!

I really like the braid nailer but i'm tempted to just return it to home depot if rigid's gonna make me jump hoops and not even contact me about it
Having to mail in a receipt because they can't verify it electronically is hardly "jumping through hoops"... I've had this happen on one of my many tools and batteries. I also haven't had any issues getting new batteries if needed, few simple questions and they mail them out. I'm the new world where everything is built to get to the market fast and fail because they cut corners, I'll take the warranty over most anything... also helps their drills, drivers, saws are all pretty damn good. Only thing I went to Dewalt for is their jigsaw and oscillating tool, they're both worlds better... and Milwaukee I use their 12V Fuel line, for the size, the drill and driver are pretty amazing.
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I may need to jump on this. For those in the right areas, don't forget the 11% rebate.
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I may need to jump on this. For those in the right areas, don't forget the 11% rebate.
I think California is excluded.
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I think California is excluded.
the good parts of the country, CA/NY always excluded Wink

anybody have a breakdown of the instore purchase? wondering if the return process gives the same discount on the bare tools.
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the good parts of the country, CA/NY always excluded Wink

anybody have a breakdown of the instore purchase? wondering if the return process gives the same discount on the bare tools.
Wouldn't that be because Menards isn't in those areas..thus no reason to match a non local competitor?
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Wouldn't that be because Menards isn't in those areas..thus no reason to match a non local competitor?
yes indeed, i was just being stupid Smilie
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the good parts of the country, CA/NY always excluded Wink

anybody have a breakdown of the instore purchase? wondering if the return process gives the same discount on the bare tools.
How can those be the good parts then? 🤪
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I needed a couple new tools so I bought starter kit and sold my Brushless GEN5X tools and now have octane tool. Broke even, but now have Octane tools and extra battery.
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I needed a couple new tools so I bought starter kit and sold my Brushless GEN5X tools and now have octane tool. Broke even, but now have Octane tools and extra battery.
the Octane drill is HUGE in comparison to the Brushless Gen5X I replaced it with... but man that thing is a monster of a drill Smilie
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I don't really understand that first kit... It has the hammer drill, the impact driver, then two additional 6 mode 1/4 impact drivers (which I'm not even sure how they're different than the first impact driver.) In what situation would someone need 3 impact drivers? Is that intended for someone buying these for their contracting team or something like that?

Also, what's the difference between those impact drivers?
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I don't really understand that first kit... It has the hammer drill, the impact driver, then two additional 6 mode 1/4 impact drivers (which I'm not even sure how they're different than the first impact driver.) In what situation would someone need 3 impact drivers? Is that intended for someone buying these for their contracting team or something like that?

Also, what's the difference between those impact drivers?
Contractors needing multiple drivers. Or if you're like me, you can keep a different bit in each, so you don't have to keep switching when you grabbed a bunch of screws that have different heads (phillips, square, star, etc) because you're too lazy to put them away properly.... :p
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Contractors needing multiple drivers. Or if you're like me, you can keep a different bit in each, so you don't have to keep switching when you grabbed a bunch of screws that have different heads (phillips, square, star, etc) because you're too lazy to put them away properly.... :p
Gotcha. Is there any difference between the three drivers in that set? The first one and the additional pair are listed a bit differently.
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