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Ridgid 18-Volt Brushless 1/4 in. Drywall Screwdriver Kit w/ Collated Attachment IN STORE ONLY YMMV $99

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Found this at my local HD for $99. The sign said originally $199 but the last price on the website shows $159. Not as versatile as a lot of the other Ridgid deals going around, but if you need one this is a pretty good price with the kit.
Brick Seek [brickseek.com] is only showing clearance and no prices near me. Not available to order online.

Store: Home Depot
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../304304101
RIDGID Brushless 18-Volt Drywall Screw gun Kit with Collated Attachment. This tool offers 2-in-1 functionality, both drywall nose cone and collated attachment, to help tackle a variety of applications. With registration, this kit is backed by the Industry's Only Lifetime Service Agreement.

Includes:
  • (1) R86630 Brushless drywall screw gun
  • (2) AC840086 2.0 Ah lithium-ion batteries
  • (1) Charger
  • (1) Drywall nose cone
  • (1) Collated attachment
  • (1) Bag
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Thanks. Good deal for something I was hoping would go on sale for my ridgid collection
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Not a big Ridgid fan but this seems like an amazing deal.
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Any way to check price without going to store?
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This is a good deal for a tool, charger and two batteries as long as you successfully register it with Ridgid for their Lifetime Service Agreement (LSA). The only caveat I would say here are the tools and batteries are of an older generation.

Don't forget to register!
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This is a good deal for a tool, charger and two batteries as long as you successfully register it with Ridgid for their Lifetime Service Agreement (LSA). The only caveat I would say here are the tools and batteries are of an older generation.

Don't forget to register!
I believe this is the newest model for the tool. Batteries are technically still the newest model (though not octane - which is not completely replacing the standard ones). Even without the LSA this is a great deal at 1/3 the price of the other brands right now.
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Not a big Ridgid fan but this seems like an amazing deal.
Why no love for big orange?
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Why no love for big orange?
The truth is that he's a big Makita fan boy who posts his disdain for more affordable tools in practically every Ridgid discussion.

From my perspective, Ridgids are a very capable option that won't break the bank and the LSA seals the deal with free replacement batteries for life.
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Bought this last week for $159, just went to another HD and was able to pick up for $99. Opened it up to check it out and it was missing the nose cone and bits. I returned for the $159 and kept the one I bought last week and let them know it was missing pieces. Picked up some collated screws and did a few test drives. This will help out with all the drywall I am replacing as I fix up my house. This deal came at a good time for me.
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I believe this is the newest model for the tool. Batteries are technically still the newest model (though not octane - which is not completely replacing the standard ones). Even without the LSA this is a great deal at 1/3 the price of the other brands right now.
This may still be the Octane one just not labeled as Octane. It has the contacts that the Octane tools have to work with the Octane batteries.
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Not a big Ridgid fan but this seems like an amazing deal.
May i ask why? Ridgid seems to get compared to dewalt now
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Can you provide me an example when i posted my disdain for Ridgid? The only time i have spoken badly about Ridgid was when people tried to say they are of equal quality as the big 3. I will say that Ridgid and DeWalt are getting closer in quality but that is more a function of DeWalts quality dropping. Sorry the truth doesn't jive with your feelings.
Here's one: "I dont think much of Ridgid tools but what i do know is they tend to stand behind what they sell."

And another: "In all fairness, they are priced a lot cheaper than other brands so them being big, heavy and having poor fit and finish sorta comes with the territory."

The better question is, is there a Ridgid thread in which you did not feel the need to express your dislike of them? Did Ridgid steal your girlfriend or something?
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Here's one: "I dont think much of Ridgid tools but what i do know is they tend to stand behind what they sell."

And another: "In all fairness, they are priced a lot cheaper than other brands so them being big, heavy and having poor fit and finish sorta comes with the territory."

The better question is, is there a Ridgid thread in which you did not feel the need to express your dislike of them? Did Ridgid steal your girlfriend or something?
Those are the examples you came up with? So me saying a company stands behind their products is suddenly negative?? As for the other comment, it's 100% accurate. I don't have dislike for Ridgid, I just know what they are and choose not to buy them. They make a tools that provide a lot of value for some, just not me.
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