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CPO 15% off site wide (PREZ15): Milwaukee 2825-21PS M18 FUEL 10 in. Pole Saw Kit $340, M12 FUEL Hatchet $152, 15" Packout Tote $67, 450 lumen headlamp $25, a million others

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CPO has a sitewide Presidents' Day Weekend sale. 15% off with coupon code PREZ15 when you spend minimum $75. Free shipping over $99. Great especially for infrequently promo'd items. Matches or beats a number of front page deals. Lots of options from a number of brands including Milwaukee, Dewalt, Makita, Bosch. Some product exclusions.

Update: Included items will have a red tag (pic attached).

https://www.cpooutlets.com​ [cpooutlets.com]


Examples:

1. Milwaukee 2825-21PS M18 FUEL 10 in. Pole Saw 8.0 Kit with QUIK-LOK: $340

Includes:
  • M18 FUEL Power Head with QUIK-LOK - 2825-20
  • M18 FUEL QUIK-LOK 10 in. Pole Saw Attachment - 49-16-2720
  • M18 FUEL QUIK-LOK 3 ft. Attachment Extension - 49-16-2721
  • M18 REDLITHIUM HIGH OUTPUT XC 8 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery Pack - 48-11-1880
  • M18 / M12 Multi-Voltage Rapid Lithium-Ion Battery Charger - 48-59-1808
  • Shoulder Strap - 49-16-2722
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwaukee-2825-21ps-m18-fuel-10-in.-pole-saw-kit-with-quik-lok/miln2825-21ps.html​ [cpooutlets.com]



2. Milwaukee 2527-20 M12 FUEL HATCHET Brushless Lithium-Ion 6 in. Cordless Pruning Saw: $152
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...27-20.html



3. Milwaukee 48-22-8315 PACKOUT 15 in. Tote: $67
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...28315.html



4. Milwaukee 2104 450 lumen Spot/Flood Headlamp: $25
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...n2104.html


5. Milwaukee 2744-20 M18 FUEL 21-Degree Cordless Framing Nailer: $297 (OOS)
https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...44-20.html



Already posted but worth mentioning:

Bosch 12V Flexiclick 2.0 Kit is $127
https://www.cpooutlets.com/bosch-...40fcb.html

Bosch 18V Flexiclick 4.0 Kit is $210
https://www.cpooutlets.com/bosch-...fcb15.html
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All items are overpriced there. Donut buy.
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I own the MIlwaukee 21 degree framing nailer - paid full price from Northern Tool back in August because I couldn't wait any longer. It was the gateway for me to transition to owning Milwaukee and Dewalt - because the Dewalt cordless nailers are... lacking.

Worth. Every. Penny. I built a garage - probably have at least 20k nails through it, not a single jam.

https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...45-21.html
I'm tempted but since I have an air compressor, I ended up just buying an amazon warehouse deal for a Hitachi pneumatic and saved close to $300 over this milwaukee. Will see how it goes. Once I'm done with my home projects, this might just sit around collecting dust unless I start flipping houses...
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Andytime,

My post was not intended to be about the OP, but was also intended as a commentary on CPO's use of the term "sitewide". I appreciate your posts and I am sorry that my comment may have been misunderstood as attacking your efforts.
I agree. I saw this "sitewide" deal a couple days ago and was disappointed that the coupon code didn't apply to anything in my cart - only to go back to the fine print and find:
"Valid on select items, qualifying items are identified on the product page."
Big demerits to CPO for the misleading term, but thanks to Andy for pointing out some decent deals.
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Everything I need is priced higher at CPO right now. With the discount the price is similar to everyone else's regular price.
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Also all good. Was mostly referencing the "All items overpriced. Donut buy" and "Milwaukee deals aren't deals" posts. My allegiance is to the Depot for a reason. Just found a few good options here and rather than only post those items I made it a "site wide" deal (as they advertised) so people would take the initiative to look for other items they may want and hopefully get lucky.

I'll add that we will be hard pressed to find a 100% site wide discount code. There will always be exceptions and exclusions unless we start buying our tools from Bed Bath and Beyond and get their never ending 20% mailers. This CPO deal actually had many fewer exclusions than other recent coupon codes. Example: ACME is 10% off and you have to buy two qualifying items from a much shorter list.

Another thing that's nice is that the code doesn't exclude items already on sale. So there's some additional savings there where applicable.
There is no doubt that Andy has released a lot of good deals for Milwaukee so far. My first set of Milwaukee power tools was bought with the help of Andy. Andy is very serious and rigorous, and is very considerate to post historical prices for your reference. I don't think you need to care about other comments, because here, who is making contributions, who is in doubt but raising questions in good faith, and who is picky and faulty, everyone knows at a glance. All forums are actually the same, because when the sample is large enough, it can show humanity better.

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As usual OOS on anything worthwhile, they need an in stock only filter.
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Thanks OP! Was able to get the Propex tool set. Repped
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I own the MIlwaukee 21 degree framing nailer - paid full price from Northern Tool back in August because I couldn't wait any longer. It was the gateway for me to transition to owning Milwaukee and Dewalt - because the Dewalt cordless nailers are... lacking.

Worth. Every. Penny. I built a garage - probably have at least 20k nails through it, not a single jam.

https://www.cpooutlets.com/milwau...45-21.html
Dewalt doesn't always make the best tools, but their nailers are definitely some of the better ones. By lacking what exactly do you mean?
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Worked on the theMakita RT0701CX7 1-1/4 HP Compact Router Kit [cpooutlets.com]($149 everywhere 126.65 after code). It has the red tag, but initially got an error saying it couldn't be applied when I tried to paste the code (from the product page). Typed it instead, and it worked. I've bought from CPO several times in the past, mostly refurb stuff, and have had excellent service and zero issues with the refurb tools. My only gripe today is that it seems the filtering doesn't work (tried several mobile browsers and several desktop).

As for overall pricing, Given the tight real estate market and subsequent new and remodel building boom, I imagine they're moving plenty of product at MSRP.
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Dewalt doesn't always make the best tools, but their nailers are definitely some of the better ones. By lacking what exactly do you mean?
The battery powered ones? The 2+ second spin-up time for the flywheel is a dealbreaker when you're holding a 8.5lb+ nailer at every angle and extension possible for hours on end.

I have the Dewalt finish nailer and its fine - great even for what I need it for - but can usually the time to support with two hands and drive a nail in a precise location.
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Naysayers, nitpickers, haters, and trolls:

1. Read the OP.
2. A 15% off coupon code is not going to create an all-time low for every item, even if it includes 100% of items on a website. This is why the OP has some examples of good deals with links. The best deals are the rarely promo'd items (as stated) and items that are already on sale which benefit from an additional 15%.
3. Please consider posting deals yourselves. The critics above appear to have a combined 0 deals posted in the last 4+ years. Deal websites need deal postings.
4. When a deal is posted, look for the positive in it rather than the negative. Do your homework before posting, especially if you're going to make a blanket statement like "All items overpriced" when the OP already pointed out some really good prices, some of which meet or beat prior front page deals.
5. Thank you for solidifying my decision to take a hiatus and post elsewhere.

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How about "FFS, please stop posting that you bought this at a cheaper price that is no longer available. The point of the site is to direct people to deals that can get CURRENTLY. Unless otherwise noted, posters are not implying that every post is the best price ever."

EDIT: Also, I cannot rep you on this post because "You must spread some reputation around before giving it to Andytime again." Which is something I've read other people say here a lot. F the haters.
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Picked up the dewalt dch773 2" monster rotary hammer off this. 165 off 1100. Came out to 996 after tax. Gonna sell off the 12ah batteries, charger, and my dch733 1 7/8 rotary hammer which is beastly as well. Got plenty of 12ah already. Should net around 150 to 250 after selling. Picked my previously 1 7/8" dch733 for $400 cpo outlets on amazon on a price mistake! Price jumped up to 650 next day like everywhere else out there
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Quote from Andytime :
Naysayers, nitpickers, haters, and trolls:

1. Read the OP.
2. A 15% off coupon code is not going to create an all-time low for every item, even if it includes 100% of items on a website. This is why the OP has some examples of good deals with links. The best deals are the rarely promo'd items (as stated) and items that are already on sale which benefit from an additional 15%.
3. Please consider posting deals yourselves. The critics above appear to have a combined 0 deals posted in the last 4+ years. Deal websites need deal postings.
4. When a deal is posted, look for the positive in it rather than the negative. Do your homework before posting, especially if you're going to make a blanket statement like "All items overpriced" when the OP already pointed out some really good prices, some of which meet or beat prior front page deals.
5. Thank you for solidifying my decision to take a hiatus and post elsewhere.

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Wow, amazing -- when you post your own deal, you get kinda defensive. Maybe follow your own Rule #4... ya know? Look for the positive, lol! Meanwhile, you seem to do exactly the opposite on everyone else's posts...
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Wow, amazing -- when you post your own deal, you get kinda defensive. Maybe follow your own Rule #4... ya know? Look for the positive, lol! Meanwhile, you seem to do exactly the opposite on everyone else's posts...
You posted a normal everyday price, not a deal. It's sad how pathetic you are going through old posts to try to prove an unprovable point.
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You posted a normal everyday price, not a deal. It's sad how pathetic you are going through old posts to try to prove an unprovable point.
What's sad is your hypocrisy! When somebody questions YOUR deal, you seem to take it very personally and question why anyone would dare question your post... yet I have to laugh, you do the same thing to everyone else's posts! Half of YOUR comments are "no deal, regular price," while you berate others for criticizing your posting.

The deal you're referring to of mine was a few cents more than it's all time low 7 years ago and about 45% less than Knipex's list price. In order for something to be a good deal, it just has to be lower than what competitors sell it at... or close to a recent low price. According to you, almost anything sold at Costco would be a bad deal, bc that's Costco's regular price. Right? You got your handy dandy Camel flat line chart... oh, yeah, that item is 50% less than everywhere else, butttttt it's Costco's regular price, so no deal... how ridiculous.
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