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Ridgid 18 Volt Brad Nailer Kit (18 Gauge) - Factory Blemished $160

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I know the the 20% off sale at Direct Tools Outlet has already been posted. However, this kit did not appear for me when I sorted by "Ridgid."

Posting this for those who may have missed out on the bare tool for $140. 2AH battery and charger for $20 more isn't too bad, IMO.

This kit includes: Brad Nailer, 2AH Lithium-Ion Battery, Charger, Sample Nails, & Belt Clip, Operator's Manuals

Like other Factory Blemished tools from DTO, this qualifies for the Lifetime Service Agreement, as long as you follow the directions to register.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com.../p/R09890K
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How did you find this? I've been looking at the site for 2 days now thinking about what to get. Amazing
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How did you find this? I've been looking at the site for 2 days now thinking about what to get. Amazing
Had to directly search for it! I had stumbled across it a few weeks ago like that, and had held off hoping for a sale. Sadly I twiddled my thumbs too long and missed out on the 13" planer! I'm hoping that comes back in stock before the sale ends.
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Had to directly search for it! I had stumbled across it a few weeks ago like that, and had held off hoping for a sale. Sadly I twiddled my thumbs too long and missed out on the 13" planer! I'm hoping that comes back in stock before the sale ends.
Great deal. Thanks for posting. Rep'd.
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Pros: great deal

Cons: I don't need to spend more money and I don't need this tool right now...
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Pros: great deal

Cons: I don't need to spend more money and I don't need this tool right now...
This is a problem I understand well. lol
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This is a problem I understand well. lol
Hahaha. I have the ryobi one and it works great. Still sitting looking at this debating...
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Hahaha. I have the ryobi one and it works great. Still sitting looking at this debating...
I have the 20v Porter Cable 16ga and 18ga set, and have been super happy with them.

However, I recently switched over to Ridgid for everything else, and snagged the 16ga kit for $125 a few weeks back. That one is solid, and feel pretty good about the fact that if it fails, I don't have to worry about replacing it!
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I have the 20v Porter Cable 16ga and 18ga set, and have been super happy with them.

However, I recently switched over to Ridgid for everything else, and snagged the 16ga kit for $125 a few weeks back. That one is solid, and feel pretty good about the fact that if it fails, I don't have to worry about replacing it!
Wow, how did you get the kit for 125??
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Wow, how did you get the kit for 125??
Direct Tool Outlet in Smithfield, NC was clearing them out. Happened to stop in while on a road trip and snagged the last one! An absolute steal for that kit with the LSA.
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Direct Tool Outlet in Smithfield, NC was clearing them out. Happened to stop in while on a road trip and snagged the last one! An absolute steal for that kit with the LSA.
Incredible. I'd buy that in a second. I've had some issues with my ryobi 16ga and wouldn't mind replacing it. The 18ga has been money tho so tough to justify the money. Thanks again for the information!
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Incredible. I'd buy that in a second. I've had some issues with my ryobi 16ga and wouldn't mind replacing it. The 18ga has been money tho so tough to justify the money. Thanks again for the information!
Happy to help! Good luck with the tough decision!
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Pros: great deal

Cons: I don't need to spend more money and I don't need this tool right now...
So in for 2?
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I bought Ryobi 2 days ago for 135 on the site. I don't have any tools and batteries from any of these brands. Is Rigid better than ryobi with price difference 25$. Ryobi comes with 1.3Ah where as rigid with 2.0Ah ?
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I bought Ryobi 2 days ago for 135 on the site. I don't have any tools and batteries from any of these brands. Is Rigid better than ryobi with price difference 25$. Ryobi comes with 1.3Ah where as rigid with 2.0Ah ?
Ridgid tends to be better build tools, so they tends to be a bit more expensive. Ryobi are great tools too so you cant go wrong.
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