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RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer (Tool Only) with Sample Nails $99

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Jumped in on the Ryobi days battery deal, and been wanting this.
Not the best price ever, but it's pretty good.

Tool Only $99

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../203810823
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$99. Kindly put price in title and post.
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price in title and post please. $99 tool only

Decent price for new direct from HD.

Can get used or refurbished for about $65-70 at various locations.
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Sorry for the mishap, remembered to add the price and yet forgot.
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price in title and post please. $99 tool only

Decent price for new direct from HD.

Can get used or refurbished for about $65-70 at various locations.
haven't had much luck finding a decent deal on a refurb, have any of those sites handy?
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That nailer is always right at $100. Not a deal, unless you're in it for the sample nails or something.
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haven't had much luck finding a decent deal on a refurb, have any of those sites handy?
Check out VIP Outlet on eBay. I just recently bought this nailer from them as a refurb for $67 and change. They had it for $62 and some change plus tax. They had it listed for $78, but they had a 20% off coupon going for their whole store at the time. Their store description says they are a refurbisher, but the nailer I got was shipped directly from Home Depot's refurbishing center in Indiana. Looks great, works great. https://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_...i&_sacat=0


For what it's worth, they also currently have the 2 battery kit that is $100 at HD for a slight discount at $90.09 (brand new, not refurbs). However, no Ryobi nailers to be found on there at the moment.
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haven't had much luck finding a decent deal on a refurb, have any of those sites handy?
Direct Tools outlet is owned by Ryobi's parent company (Techtronic) and usually has these refurbed for $67.99: https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...rad-nailer

They also have new but blemished for $96.99: https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/p320

But I would go with new from Home Depot for $99.
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Direct Tools outlet is owned by Ryobi's parent company (Techtronic) and usually has these refurbed for $67.99: https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...rad-nailer

They also have new but blemished for $96.99: https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/p320

But I would go with new from Home Depot for $99.
Just a reminder to everyone that "bemished" from DTO is new in retail box with full warranty. They can't sell as "new" due to contract with Home Depot.

FWIW, I bought the big 15 gauge Airstrike nailer from them as a refurb in a special deal a few years ago and it's been perfect. If you don't have a store nearby I wouldn't bother - their website and shipping is terrible.
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thanks y'all -
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Redid my whole house with this nailer.
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its a bit heavy, but having no compressor to drag around easily out weighs that...
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If your looking for a better deal check pawnshops. I bought one that was near new for $40.

This thing is usually $99 to $129 depending which Home Depot you go to.
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there's a deal on SD right now for a $10 gift card with $100 home depot gift card purchase or something like that to make this deal even better
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