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Looking to get into the Ridgid market. Looking for a impact, possible hammer drill, recip saw and circular saw. Whats the best price I could see that set up go on sale for?
Just wanted to say I have all of their drills and they are fantastic. The impact freaking kicks major butt and the regular drill does as well. Good luck sir.
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Try to get about $75 per tool, that's what they prorate the tools to in the bundle deals.

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That will never stop being scummy to me.
How is it scummy to return an item that has a pro-rated return value? If they didn't want returns they would do all of their deals like this one where everything is bundled together.
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Just wanted to say I have all of their drills and they are fantastic. The impact freaking kicks major butt and the regular drill does as well. Good luck sir.
Thanks glad to hear. I have Ryobi now and I'm on my 6 battery so I'm done with them
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Looking to get into the Ridgid market. Looking for a impact, possible hammer drill, recip saw and circular saw. Whats the best price I could see that set up go on sale for?
I'd probably look for a Impact and Hammer drill combo that came with some batteries. They pop up here on SD fairly frequently.

Then the recip saw and circular saw in this deal is solid. Alternatively, they usually have buy two batteries (~$160) and get a free tool. If you went that route, then I'd look for whatever missing tool you needed on ebay, or similar.

The buy two batteries and get a free tool is a decent way to get some extra batteries if you'll be tackling some all day, weekend warrior projects. Couple that with the initial drill combo, you'd be set.

All in you should easily be able to get what you needed for <$400. I'm in the Ridgid ecosystem and the tools and batteries have been bulletproof. Have 8+ year old lithium batteries that are still going just as strong as brand new.
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Since I've started getting some of the Octane tools I can say that they are definitely an improvement. I went from gen5x and skipped over the brushless ones. The biggest improvement is to the circular saw, the Octane version is far superior.

That said, the single best deal for the Ridgid tools on sale today is the jig saw. Nothing fancy, but it works great and is a legit deal at almost half off. Wish it had been on sale a year ago when I had to buy one.
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Corporate is well aware of how returns work and carved that out as an option rather than only allowing a full return. I haven't done that but only because i recently switched to Ryobi and I've been buying these bundles for the tools , too. There's no good reason for a moral objection here.
This is correct. It's not a scan to buy the tools this way. Home Depot build it in to their pricing structure. They don't care at all. The actual scam is when they force the bundle like this deal is showing and you can't return part of it.
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I'd probably look for a Impact and Hammer drill combo that came with some batteries. They pop up here on SD fairly frequently.

Then the recip saw and circular saw in this deal is solid. Alternatively, they usually have buy two batteries (~$160) and get a free tool. If you went that route, then I'd look for whatever missing tool you needed on ebay, or similar.

The buy two batteries and get a free tool is a decent way to get some extra batteries if you'll be tackling some all day, weekend warrior projects. Couple that with the initial drill combo, you'd be set.

All in you should easily be able to get what you needed for <$400. I'm in the Ridgid ecosystem and the tools and batteries have been bulletproof. Have 8+ year old lithium batteries that are still going just as strong as brand new.
Thanks. If you buy a tool off eBay can you warranty it? I have Ryobi now and I'm on my 6 battery so I'm done with them
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Thanks glad to hear. I have Ryobi now and I'm on my 6 battery so I'm done with them
What? That's 100% operator error. I've been on Ryobi since one+ started and haven't had a single lithium battery go bad since they switched from the crappy Ni-CD. I've got close to 20 batteries in all sizes and they sit in the garage in all weather. Not a single problem.
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That will never stop being scummy to me.
if home depot didn't want it to happen, they would put a stop to it
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Thanks glad to hear. I have Ryobi now and I'm on my 6 battery so I'm done with them
your charger is probably defective
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That will never stop being scummy to me.
And these preachy comments will never stop being annoying to me. Wake up. If HD has an issue with it, they would have changed the ability to do the "trick" long ago.

The fact is, it's been going on forever, and everyone is aware of it, including HD. They don't change it because they have likely sold millions of dollars in tools because of this "trick" that otherwise would likely not have been sold.

More importantly, it has the added benefit to HD of sucking in customers into their Ryobi system, who then spend even more money on Ryobi products. HD would be crazy to stop it. Even at the greater "discounts," it's a gold mine for HD's Ryobi sales.
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had to pull the trigger on the Ridgid shop kit, pretty hard to beat 2 4ah batteries, impact driver, impact wrench and angle grinder for $279.

have to return my stuff now i got during xmas.
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Just wanted to say I have all of their drills and they are fantastic. The impact freaking kicks major butt and the regular drill does as well. Good luck sir.
Impact wrench couldnt get a caliper bolt off last week. Granted the angle was off and I had to use an adaptor, but it still didnt work even at the highest setting. A bit disappointed.
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