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RIDGID 18 Volt 5" Random Orbit Sander (Bare Tool, Factory Blemished) EXPIRED

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Factory Blemished but back in stock!


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Free shipping if you spend $100. Otherwise not a $7 flat rate as before. Was more for me. Seems to vary based on what else you order too.
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I swear they change my password all the time, I have bought from them numerous times... and each time my password is wrong. And I have a password management system, thinking they might need one too!

Shipping was expensive at 18.52 for two things, so I added an attachment for my jobmax
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Free shipping if you spend $100. Otherwise not a $7 flat rate as before. Was more for me. Seems to vary based on what else you order too.
I don't think that is correct! I tried to buy the Ryobi Blower $129, and it charged shipping still for some reason.
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I don't think that is correct! I tried to buy the Ryobi Blower $129, and it charged shipping still for some reason.
It's their deal of the day today. It does say some exclusions. I guess you found one of them, unfortunately.
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These worth it or are they a pain to use / underpowered? If I'd be better off just getting a corded one closer to $100 I would rather just do that. Anyone have experience with it compared to other options?
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Is this what I'd want to prep some outside trim with peeling paint? Cordless would be nice that kind of work.
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These worth it or are they a pain to use / underpowered? If I'd be better off just getting a corded one closer to $100 I would rather just do that. Anyone have experience with it compared to other options?
I can't speak for the Ridgid specifically, but I have the DeWalt and find it more than capable. So the class of tool itself isn't underpowered, and I'd venture to guess that the Ridgid is just fine.
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These worth it or are they a pain to use / underpowered? If I'd be better off just getting a corded one closer to $100 I would rather just do that. Anyone have experience with it compared to other options?
I would imagine that these blow through batteries. So keep that in mind if you don't already have a lot of batteries.
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When is that hammer drill coming back in stock! Then I could snag both of these!
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These worth it or are they a pain to use / underpowered? If I'd be better off just getting a corded one closer to $100 I would rather just do that. Anyone have experience with it compared to other options?
Depends what you're trying to do. I use it for light sanding duty. If you really want to get some layers off, turn it up high and have some extra batteries and chargers on standby. I've been thinking about buying a corded one bc it's just not that powerful.
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These worth it or are they a pain to use / underpowered? If I'd be better off just getting a corded one closer to $100 I would rather just do that. Anyone have experience with it compared to other options?
I like mine, even with the 2amp battery. I havent used it in a while but I don't remember being annoyed about batteries dying and I have two 2 amp batteries.
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Probably should edit title to show that this is a bare tool only - no batteries included.
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