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Dewalt trigger clamps 4 pack 2 x 12” and 2 x 4.5” at Home Depot in store $19.98

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Home Depot has dewalt 4 pack trigger clamps on sale for $19.98 in store. YMMV

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What's the normal price?
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With a quick search I'm not readily seeing the "98" part number elsewhere - it is "83" for what I am seeing. But for those I'm seeing about $26 for two and $45 for four. I'm also seeing 4.5", 6", and 12" models without clarity on which are which.
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What's the normal price?
The normal price for a single DeWalt 12in 100lbs trigger clamp is $18, and $6 for the 4.5in 35lbs. This is definitely a pretty slick deal. If purchased individually, this set would retail around $48.
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Nice deal. Funny most of stores in NYC around me have none but the bed stuy Brooklyn one has 18.
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Damnit, dewalt makes it very hard to not fanboy out and just replace all my crap with black and yellow.
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Which are better these or Irwin?
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Which are better these or Irwin?
They are comparable in terms of quality, ease of use, and function.
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One can never have enough clamps. Second you think you have enough, you need two more.
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Very small clamps and clamping power. Good price though. I think the Irwin clamp deal is probably better.
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Which are better these or Irwin?
DeWalt and Irwin are both Stanley products. Keep in mind that these have only 35 and 100 pounds of clamping force.
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Which are better these or Irwin?
my buddy has these and I think they suck. Other clamps I use, Irwin and craftsman, every time I squeeze the release the clamp opens up. helpful when you're holding something and the clamp needs to be opened up more than it is. Don't know if these are updated but the dewalt clamps I've used only release tension. You can not open them with one hand.
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With a quick search I'm not readily seeing the "98" part number elsewhere - it is "83" for what I am seeing. But for those I'm seeing about $26 for two and $45 for four. I'm also seeing 4.5", 6", and 12" models without clarity on which are which.
This description matches up with the Dewalt product number DWHT98069D​:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/...1001493407

Consists of two 4.5 inch clamps and two 12 inch clamps. Clamping force matches up with the OP's item, so I think that this is the same item.
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