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Lowes job site tool bag combo $58.98 was 163

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I saw that at Lowe's while shopping for a gift. The 18" rolling bag is great materia and Sturdy. The 15" tote is nice and spacious. This also comes with a set of nice knee pads. Original price seems kind of inflated at 163 but I think this is a sea
Compared to the recent Home Depot tote bag.

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4-In-1 jobsite combo features an 18 inch rolling tool bag, 15 inch open tool tote, 12 inch tool bag and a bonus pair of premium comfort hinge gel kneepads

• Complete tool storage and transport solution

• Great for larger power tools and hand tool with 43 total pockets

• Rolling bag provides large main compartment to hold larger power tools

https://www.lowes.com/pd/AWP-18-i...1001339960
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Retail price seems very overpriced. I expected it to come with tools for that price.

Even at $60 I don't see a deal here. Thanks for posting but a pass for me.
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$60 is $20 too much for this. Nevertheless good deal if you have 10 off 50 coupon.
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$60 is $20 too much for this. Nevertheless good deal if you have 10 off 50 coupon.
Do coupons even work anymore? I believe they don't work online? At least not for me.

They work in store, but I've heard they don't work on sale or clearance? Can anyone confirm?
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Coupons can be purchased online, but do not work on clearance items. I don't know about sale items. This says new low price. The way I do it is go to self check out. Once you scan your items you scan the coupon from your phone. It'll lower the price afterwards.
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I have the Husky rolling bag and it's head up very well. From what I recall seeing in store, Husky and Amp roller bags are very similar. Both should do well.

I think this is a really good deal considering the additional bags. Thanks OP.

Also, Home Depot has their roller tote as a combo for $90

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../301852266

Admittedly, I'd buy the Husky combo.
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Can anyone confirm using a coupon on this?
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Great deal with other bags and knee pads. The knee pads are $25, and very sturdy extra bags were worth $17 and $15. The big cart bag is solid and goes for $79 alone. That's at least $135 total.
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I used an AWP bag to carry my tools for jobs around the house for about a decade. I loved that thing, and it was really easy to organize with pockets (sizeable ones) all over it. The bottom finally wore out a couple years ago. I couldn't find anything with a comparable organization, but I bought a large-ish AWP. Not entirely thrilled because the pockets aren't as good, but the durability appears similar.

As for the cost of these bags, they are ALL expensive. I originally tried a Husky as a replacement, but the price wasn't better than AWP offerings (didn't like the bag overall, returned it). Personally, I don't see the need for a rolling bag, especially since I keep my power tools in the basement, but for a pro, I guess it would make sense.

For the three bags plus the kneepads, seems like a good price for that brand.
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