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Ryobi free tool with purchase- price reduced $129

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Previously kit was $150 and now price decreased $129. I listed the products that seem to be a good price with the lowered separate cost, if you decide to not keep the battery kit.

Battery Kit:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308056104

Good deals:
Brushless Reciprocating saw- $61.90
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301848739

Brushless Circular saw- $61.90
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301848641

Brushless Jigsaw- $64.50
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../305439007

Brushless impact driver -$56.01
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301853896

6gal cordless wet dry vacuum- $59.08
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302775352


18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Battery Pack 4.0 Ah (2-Pack) (already posted on SD, definitely one of the better deals at $50)

All tools under this deal can be found at this link:
https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...1vZ2fkoo9f
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i missed the 2 free tools deal at $99
i bought these and am waiting to open/return them
hoping a better deal (even than $129) comes back, hopefully the $99 again- but prob wont

brushless circular saw 66.16
shop vac 6 gal 62.95
brushless recip saw 66.16
brushless jigsaw 69.14
brushless impact driver 59.48
4ah batt 2pk 59.48

at these prices, i prob wont bother to return them and then repurchase on this newer deal
price difference is too small
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i missed the 2 free tools deal at $99
i bought these and am waiting to open/return them
hoping a better deal (even than $129) comes back, hopefully the $99 again- but prob wont

brushless circular saw 66.16
shop vac 6 gal 62.95
brushless recip saw 66.16
brushless jigsaw 69.14
brushless impact driver 59.48
4ah batt 2pk 59.48

at these prices, i prob wont bother to return them and then repurchase on this newer deal
price difference is too small
I'm in the same boat. Bought the brushless recip saw and 2 3ah battery kit for $150. Gonna return today and buy again, or see if they'll do a price adjustment
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Quick tip - if you are purchasing with the intent to return - suggest you ship the item you want and select pick up in store for the item you don't. When not picked up for a few weeks, HD will cancel the order; saving you a trip to the service desk
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I may finally jump on that 6 gallon wet vac
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Is that the better of Ryobi impact drivers?
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Why the heck do they have to do this ... now I have to return and rebuy everything.
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i missed the 2 free tools deal at $99
i bought these and am waiting to open/return them
hoping a better deal (even than $129) comes back, hopefully the $99 again- but prob wont

brushless circular saw 66.16
shop vac 6 gal 62.95
brushless recip saw 66.16
brushless jigsaw 69.14
brushless impact driver 59.48
4ah batt 2pk 59.48

at these prices, i prob wont bother to return them and then repurchase on this newer deal
price difference is too small
Last year they had a Ryobi deal for a 3-tool kit plus two free tools that started out around $259 and dropped all the way to $159. So there's a decent chance this deal will drop further tool.
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Anybody have both the 6.5" and this brushless 7 1/4" circular saw that can comment if it's worth the upgrade? I don't have any of the HP+ batteries (but may down the road). I use the 6.5" mainly for breaking down sheet goods when I don't want to deal with the cord on my 7 1/4" Skil worm drive circ saw. My current one works ok but I tend to reach for the corded saw on thicker goods (even 3/4") for fear of the small one bogging down :-). I guess I don't trust it and don't like not being able to swap same-sized blades. After initial breakdown, I move on to my table saw for most additional cuts.
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Anybody have both the 6.5" and this brushless 7 1/4" circular saw that can comment if it's worth the upgrade? I don't have any of the HP+ batteries (but may down the road). I use the 6.5" mainly for breaking down sheet goods when I don't want to deal with the cord on my 7 1/4" Skil worm drive circ saw. My current one works ok but I tend to reach for the corded saw on thicker goods (even 3/4") for fear of the small one bogging down :-). I guess I don't trust it and don't like not being able to swap same-sized blades. After initial breakdown, I move on to my table saw for most additional cuts.
The 7-1/4" brushless circular saw is a big improvement, especially with a Diablo blade. The 6-1/2" will bog down and stall, whereas the 7-1/4" powers through.

The battery kit in this deal includes HP batteries, made for brushless tools.

There are a couple of YouTube videos demonstrating the differences and performance of the saws.
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Anybody have both the 6.5" and this brushless 7 1/4" circular saw that can comment if it's worth the upgrade? I don't have any of the HP+ batteries (but may down the road). I use the 6.5" mainly for breaking down sheet goods when I don't want to deal with the cord on my 7 1/4" Skil worm drive circ saw. My current one works ok but I tend to reach for the corded saw on thicker goods (even 3/4") for fear of the small one bogging down :-). I guess I don't trust it and don't like not being able to swap same-sized blades. After initial breakdown, I move on to my table saw for most additional cuts.
with the new batteries designed for brushless, the 7 1/4" brushless saw is a beast

way better than the craftsman 6.5 " one that i had before, which is the same as the ryobi one (both made by TTI)
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The 7-1/4" brushless circular saw is a big improvement, especially with a Diablo blade. The 6-1/2" will bog down and stall, whereas the 7-1/4" powers through.

The battery kit in this deal includes HP batteries, made for brushless tools.

There are a couple of YouTube videos demonstrating the differences and performance of the saws.
Cool, thanks, I'll see if I can find the comparison videos! I do have the 6.5" diablo blade so it does pretty good—never bogged down on me. But just like cars, I always want more power!
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What would cost be if you bought the set and then return the batteries?
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I may finally jump on that 6 gallon wet vac
pass on it, unless cordless is more important to you than power. It does not have great suction and it destroys (depletes charge) batteries in minutes.
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with the new batteries designed for brushless, the 7 1/4" brushless saw is a beast

way better than the craftsman 6.5 " one that i had before, which is the same as the ryobi one (both made by TTI)
It cuts like butter..just used today from directtool deal of 35.00 shipped
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