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Ordered December 1st, finally shipped December 14th. I know this was a day after the sale, but the item I really needed was miraculously back in stock... when it wasn't on sale with free shipping.
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Ordered December 1st, finally shipped December 14th. I know this was a day after the sale, but the item I really needed was miraculously back in stock... when it wasn't on sale with free shipping.

Same, though they did say through email that they would adjust the price after I reordered. I took it as a sign that I just didn't need what I had ordered after all (Ridgid flip top table).
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No dewalt.

They do have the rigid table saw Home Depot has
It's a store for TTI, so...
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Just out of topi question ..

For a home DIY'er : Ridgid or Dewalt ? In basic tools like jigsaw, driller and impact driver.
Actually, I suggest for general purposes to get a good tool for a decent price -- Ryobi for cordless, or Rigid for corded tools. DeWalt is literally not worth the extra expense, and believe it or not is not much better quality. I have used or owned most of the bigger name brands in the past, such as Ryobi, Makita, Porter Cable, DeWalt, Milwaukee, etc. .Ryobi stacks up nicely. Rigid does make significantly better corded tools though, even though they are a lot more expensive.

Look at Direct Tools Outlet (factory outlet store for both Ryobi and Rigid)

If you are on a budget and need good tools, another option for cordless is Bauer or Hercules from harbor freight. Search Google for Harbor Freight Tools. Do not get their "Warrior" brand as it is "homeowner" grade, IE junk.. If you have a harbor freight store locally, get the 2yr extended warranty, and keep the receipt. If it breaks within those two years, you can get a free replacement same day. All brands have their warrantees, but, like DeWalt, Rigid, Ryobi, and the rest it sucks to have to ship off a tool then wait 2 to 6 weeks for it to get repaired and then shipped back. The factory tools outlet will also help if you buy direct, and in one case they shipped me a free, easily replaced part for an expensive Ryobi cordless air-nailer that was damaged in shipping.
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Actually, I suggest for general purposes to get a good tool for a decent price -- Ryobi for cordless, or Rigid for corded tools. DeWalt is literally not worth the extra expense, and believe it or not is not much better quality. I have used or owned most of the bigger name brands in the past, such as Ryobi, Makita, Porter Cable, DeWalt, Milwaukee, etc. .Ryobi stacks up nicely. Rigid does make significantly better corded tools though, even though they are a lot more expensive.

Look at Direct Tools Outlet (factory outlet store for both Ryobi and Rigid)

If you are on a budget and need good tools, another option for cordless is Bauer or Hercules from harbor freight. Search Google for Harbor Freight Tools. Do not get their "Warrior" brand as it is "homeowner" grade, IE junk.. If you have a harbor freight store locally, get the 2yr extended warranty, and keep the receipt. If it breaks within those two years, you can get a free replacement same day. All brands have their warrantees, but, like DeWalt, Rigid, Ryobi, and the rest it sucks to have to ship off a tool then wait 2 to 6 weeks for it to get repaired and then shipped back. The factory tools outlet will also help if you buy direct, and in one case they shipped me a free, easily replaced part for an expensive Ryobi cordless air-nailer that was damaged in shipping.
Thank you my friend .... I got a good deal from Lowe's on Dewalt and bought them.

Thank you again.
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Thank you my friend .... I got a good deal from Lowe's on Dewalt and bought them.

Thank you again.
DeWalt is not a bad tool, just more expensive than it is actually worth. You should be happy with your purchase.

I went with Ryobi because they are really good quality and have the largest tool line of all the brands, and don't change battery hookup with every whim. They are also the innovators, When a new tool type in invented for cordless, they generally invented it. The rest are always playing catch-up.
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