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Select Lowe's Stores YMMV: 33-Piece Corded 3.5-Amp Variable Speed Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit with Soft Case $37.25 + Free Curbside Pickup

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Select Lowe's Stores (YMMV) have 33-Piece Corded 3.5-Amp Variable Speed Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit with Soft Case for $37.25.

Link: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hitachi-...1000225567

Brickseek: https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000225567
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Don't need one at the moment but for $40 I picked one up.
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case not tool still $149
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case not tool still $149
No, this is for the kit with tool and case.

The Lowes link is only provided for reference. It is showing it at the full price.
The BrickSeek link is provided to check your local store to see if it is on clearance.

This is a "YMMV" or "Your Mileage May Vary" Deal, meaning that it depends on whether or not your store has it for this price.
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Thanks! Ordered one for pick up. I hope they honor the price. Smilie
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nice, tons of stock in my area.... ordered 2
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Just picked one up. Thanks OP
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Anyone have a strong opinion on corded vs. cordless multi-tools?
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Anyone have a strong opinion on corded vs. cordless multi-tools?
IMHO, it depends on how long and how often you use it.

If you use it frequently in small amounts, cordless makes sense.

If you use it infrequently or in large amounts, corded makes sense (unless you have a number of batteries from the same system as the rest of your tools).

Personally, the only cordless tools I own are my DeWalt XR drill and impact driver, with my impact getting probably 90% of the use.

The rest of the stuff I own is corded - I never have to worry about batteries being charged or dying partway through a project.

There's also price to consider. For occasional use a basic $40 one probably works fine. If you use it frequently, then higher end ones work better. That said, I've never been really impressed with cheap cordless stuff. There's a huge difference between my DeWalt stuff and the Ryobi stuff my friend has. Even corded, the name brand stuff is in another league from the rest of my Harbor Freight stuff.

My personal mantra is "Buy a Harbor Freight tool first then if I use it a lot, buy a high end one". There's a lot of tools that I use maybe 1-2x/year, if that and the HF works wonders. There's also a lot of tools that I've learned that I use frequently and I'll notice/appreciate the better brands more.


That said, thanks OP! Placed an order for pickup here in CO for this. I have a basic WORX one that I've had a for a few years that I hate using the stupid hex key that seems to come loose all the time.
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I got it for pickup. Now I am really thinking whether it's really a deal. I will pick it up only if it's a deal... as I dont' need it NOW but good to be in garage tool set.. I see this at homedepot what is the difference.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Freem.../307569354
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I really want one but can't find it for that price online and oos in my area according to brickseek.

Can someone provide zipcode of where it still shows for this price online?
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I never in a million years would've guessed this was ever $149, but there are comments talking about it being on sale for $129 and it is currently on sale at Menards for $89. Grabbed one and the store (26330) had 4 more of their stock is accurate.
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