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Ridgid 18V Cordless 5-Tool Kit: Hammer Drill, Impact Driver, Circular Saw & More EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ridgid 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit (R9652) on sale for $299. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks todd270z

Bundle includes:
  • R8611503 Hammer Drill
  • R86035 Impact Driver
  • R8652 Circular Saw
  • R8642 Reciprocating Saw
  • R8694 LED Work Light
  • R840095 18V Charger
  • 2x R840087 18V 4.0 Ah Lithium-Ion High Capacity Batteries
  • Auxiliary handle
  • 2x Bits
  • Circular Saw Blade w/ Blade Wrench
  • Reciprocating Saw Blade
  • 3x Belt Hooks
  • Contractor's Bag
  • Operator's Manuals
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Home Depot has the Ridgid 5-tool Cordless kit including hammer drill, impact driver, circular saw, reciprocating saw, LED worklight and two 4.0 Ah batteries with charger and bag for $299. Lifetime free parts & service with registration. Regular $499. Limit 2. Shipping is free or pick up in store.

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I had a 12 year old brushed hammer drill burn up and sent it in for LSA. They replaced it with a brand new brushless hammer drill with 2 batteries at Homedepot! All my 12 year old lithium batteries are still going strong to this day. I will never buy anything else.
Brushed tools... Available as factory blemished from direct tools outlet regularly for $279.

The $599 reg price kit at HD are the brushless tools.

EDIT: I'm not dissing the tools themselves because they're "brushed". I was merely pointing out that these are the brushed versions. It took me a long while to figure that out given the last deal post at SD and presence of the permanent magnets.

I have also read that a couple of the brushed versions of these tools have more power than the brushless versions, though I forget which.

I ultimately held off buying this set from Direct Tools because I figured I wanted the Ridgid hammer drill-impract driver combo and would go corded with recip and circular saws.
I had a rough time getting the LSA activated too and I followed every instruction perfectly. I triple checked every serial #, uploaded receipts, etc. The 90 day registration period is barely enough time. I checked my status every day and it finally REJECTED me. I called and kept my cool and the lady manually overrode it to approve me and said she "didn't understand why I was rejected for LSA in the first place" I had brand new tools by the way.

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Brushed tools... Available as factory blemished from direct tools outlet regularly for $279.

The $599 reg price kit at HD are the brushless tools.

EDIT: I'm not dissing the tools themselves because they're "brushed". I was merely pointing out that these are the brushed versions. It took me a long while to figure that out given the last deal post at SD and presence of the permanent magnets.

I have also read that a couple of the brushed versions of these tools have more power than the brushless versions, though I forget which.

I ultimately held off buying this set from Direct Tools because I figured I wanted the Ridgid hammer drill-impract driver combo and would go corded with recip and circular saws.
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From the reviews, these brushed tools are just as powerful or more so than a lot of the brushless tools. I don't know this to be fact, but for my uses the "old" brushed motors will be fine. And, to save $20 I wouldn't give up the lifetime service plan that I doubt the ones at the outlet come with.
That is incorrect; the factory blemished tools from DTO are eligible for the LSA.
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That is incorrect; the factory blemished tools from DTO are eligible for the LSA.
They say that but I followed every step for a fac blem belt sander I bought over winter, yet it doesnt appear in my account.

I think the whole ridgid lsa thing is a lie or at least super stingy. Id rather take a no nonsense 5 year warranty over this carrot on a rope bs.
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They say that but I followed every step for a fac blem belt sander I bought over winter, yet it doesnt appear in my account.

I think the whole ridgid lsa thing is a lie or at least super stingy. Id rather take a no nonsense 5 year warranty over this carrot on a rope bs.

Every Ridgid tool I've bought shows up in my account for the LSA. All I've had to do was put in the information on the site and I upload the receipt. I can't speak for how well it works since I haven't had to use the service.
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I had a 12 year old brushed hammer drill burn up and sent it in for LSA. They replaced it with a brand new brushless hammer drill with 2 batteries at Homedepot! All my 12 year old lithium batteries are still going strong to this day. I will never buy anything else.
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You are the only one.
I second what jiannichan said. Just bought SDS Rotary Hanmer 2 weeks ago and already in my account with LSA
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Do these combo kits ever come up without the drill + driver? I want to build out a Rigid collection but already have the drill-driver combo.
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They say that but I followed every step for a fac blem belt sander I bought over winter, yet it doesnt appear in my account.

I think the whole ridgid lsa thing is a lie or at least super stingy. Id rather take a no nonsense 5 year warranty over this carrot on a rope bs.
Then you didn't follow every step. Everything I've ever purchased is registered for LSA in my account including 3 factory blem items.

Had to have my drill serviced. It was as painless as dropping it off at home depot and picking it up a week later.
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They say that but I followed every step for a fac blem belt sander I bought over winter, yet it doesnt appear in my account.

I think the whole ridgid lsa thing is a lie or at least super stingy. Id rather take a no nonsense 5 year warranty over this carrot on a rope bs.
Contact support. I had a hiccup registering once and they had it fixed within a few minutes with a phone call.
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Every Ridgid tool I've bought shows up in my account for the LSA. All I've had to do was put in the information on the site and I upload the receipt. I can't speak for how well it works since I haven't had to use the service.
I had a rough time getting the LSA activated too and I followed every instruction perfectly. I triple checked every serial #, uploaded receipts, etc. The 90 day registration period is barely enough time. I checked my status every day and it finally REJECTED me. I called and kept my cool and the lady manually overrode it to approve me and said she "didn't understand why I was rejected for LSA in the first place" I had brand new tools by the way.
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I bought this tool set 3 years ago and have been using it for home projects and they work flawlessly. Unfortunately my hammer drill&impact driver with both batteries were stolen in January. Have been waiting for this deal until I gave up and bought the octane drill/driver set 2 weeks ago for $350. Definitely returning those and getting this.
For those who had issues registering perhaps clear your cookies on your browser or something because I have registered countless ridgid tools and never had any issues.
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