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Dewalt ToughSystem DS130 $18.90 after Home Depot price match

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Price is listed for $21 online at Farm and Fleet. Home Depot will price match and beat by 10% at cash register for a final cost of $18.90 each. Purchased four of them myself.

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Just picked up 6 thanks op
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Curious, what are you needing so many for? I just ordered the tough systems set for $98 and am wondering if I need more of these. I have a dewalt brushless cordless circ saw, impact, drill, jigsaw, random orbital sander, light and 3 5ah and 3 2ah batteries + a few chargers, and a ryobi brad nailer. I'd like to have my tools in hard cases like these. I am just a hobbiest woodworker though (humidity isn't the best in the shop, so the gasket on the tough system stuff seem nice). Would I be better suited with something else?
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Curious, what are you needing so many for? I just ordered the tough systems set for $98 and am wondering if I need more of these. I have a dewalt brushless cordless circ saw, impact, drill, jigsaw, random orbital sander, light and 3 5ah and 3 2ah batteries + a few chargers, and a ryobi brad nailer. I'd like to have my tools in hard cases like these. I am just a hobbiest woodworker though (humidity isn't the best in the shop, so the gasket on the tough system stuff seem nice). Would I be better suited with something else?
Depends on how much stuff you have to store. You don't just need to use these for power tools. They can be used for other stuff too. I have a bunch of the DS150's from prior deals and some just have stuff like blades, or small parts (they come with storage bins inside) in them. I also setup a few as "kits" for different projects. Just grab a case and go. Everything I should need I know is in that case. The price makes them appealing, especially if you also grab the garage racks on sale (picked up a bunch for my garage a few weeks ago when they were on sale).
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Curious, what are you needing so many for? I just ordered the tough systems set for $98 and am wondering if I need more of these. I have a dewalt brushless cordless circ saw, impact, drill, jigsaw, random orbital sander, light and 3 5ah and 3 2ah batteries + a few chargers, and a ryobi brad nailer. I'd like to have my tools in hard cases like these. I am just a hobbiest woodworker though (humidity isn't the best in the shop, so the gasket on the tough system stuff seem nice). Would I be better suited with something else?
Not really sure what the point of them is. Truck toolbox -> Lowe's bucket works for me. If you have Ramboxes... even easier lol.

Or if it's too heavy just get the rolling cart with the large bottom box or milk crate.

But 2 buckets is pretty versatile. Fill up one with tools, stack the other underneath, go to work. Unload the tool bucket, the extra bucket can be used for mixing stuff, and the now empty tool bucket can be used for water. When done, clean the buckets and pack up your tools.

Edit: oh and the bucket can be used as a quick step stool which helps with just about anything outside of installing crown and paint cut ins.
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This case seems so flat though, can it hold much? Due to thickness of case material seems like it takes up a lot of space compared to the interior space.
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Not really sure what the point of them is. Truck toolbox -> Lowe's bucket works for me. If you have Ramboxes... even easier lol.

Or if it's too heavy just get the rolling cart with the large bottom box or milk crate.

But 2 buckets is pretty versatile. Fill up one with tools, stack the other underneath, go to work. Unload the tool bucket, the extra bucket can be used for mixing stuff, and the now empty tool bucket can be used for water. When done, clean the buckets and pack up your tools.
For me, I'm border line OCD about my tool organization. I have one box for each of my power tools (sometimes two tools in a box). Which includes all of that tools bits and attachments. I then put a 57mm Kaizen foam insert in it all, and cut out spaces for all of those tools, bits, and attachments. It's 15 minutes of work per box that first, and foremost, ensures my tools are secure and safe during transport. But it also ensures that I don't forget anything on a job site (if there's an empty space in a box, I'm missing something).

These boxes have saved me more money than they've cost me. That being said, it's a luxury not a necessity - a couple 5 gallon buckets are more than sufficient for some.
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This case seems so flat though, can it hold much? Due to thickness of case material seems like it takes up a lot of space compared to the interior space.
It depends on what you're trying to put in it, I guess. I hate packing a big box full and then having to dig for something for 10 minutes.

I use these, with a foam insert, to utilize as a makeshift tool case. Things like drills, drivers, compact routers, sawzalls, etc etc work great in them. The only power tools I have that doesn't fit are my circular saw and track saw. Works great for tool organization, safety, and even security on the job site. Don't regret it at all, especially at this price.
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It depends on what you're trying to put in it, I guess. I hate packing a big box full and then having to dig for something for 10 minutes.

I use these, with a foam insert, to utilize as a makeshift tool case. Things like drills, drivers, compact routers, sawzalls, etc etc work great in them. The only power tools I have that doesn't fit are my circular saw and track saw. Works great for tool organization, safety, and even security on the job site. Don't regret it at all, especially at this price.
I understand, I can be as well.

But for my work there are jobs that require too many different tools to bring along that many boxes. And for the jobs that are pretty specific and don't require as many tools, the box is too big to lug around. I like to keep the truck bed open for large materials or trash.

Different workflow, and I'll admit it's a tad annoying restocking the toolbox at the end of the day lol.
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Anyone done this when you don't have a local Farm and Fleet? Would love to go price match but policy is local stores and we have none of these around
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Thanks for the post. Considering but kinda spoiled by recent sale on ds150. Only bought 3 when I should've gotten a few more... May bite on this since I don't *really* need pressure equilization, and no top handle means more usable space.

Edit: nevermind it is in the title. Where is my mind.
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[delete] Title is misleading though... Either put it as farm and fleet + mention price match in post *or* add b&m/price match in the title. [/delete]
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Curious, what are you needing so many for? I just ordered the tough systems set for $98 and am wondering if I need more of these. I have a dewalt brushless cordless circ saw, impact, drill, jigsaw, random orbital sander, light and 3 5ah and 3 2ah batteries + a few chargers, and a ryobi brad nailer. I'd like to have my tools in hard cases like these. I am just a hobbiest woodworker though (humidity isn't the best in the shop, so the gasket on the tough system stuff seem nice). Would I be better suited with something else?
The set has one of these. You'd want more if you want to store more. I have one with Sawzall + charger/battery/blades. One with drill/driver/etc. One with angle grinder+discs. One with impact wrench + sockets. Etc. You get the idea.
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Anyone done this when you don't have a local Farm and Fleet? Would love to go price match but policy is local stores and we have none of these around
Home depo will match online price. Because you can order this item online you dont need to have a store
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oh yea i got this in the last years deal for $17, looks good, sturdy, and sitting unused in my basement collecting dust, in the same spot after it was delivered..

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Home depo will match online price. Because you can order this item online you dont need to have a store
It says they will include shipping price in the price match which would kill the deal. Do most cashier's not worry about this?
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