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Bonus Tool w/ Purchase of Craftsman 20V MAX 2 Ah Li-Ion Battery/Charger EXPIRED

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Ace Hardware is Offering Select Bonus Tool with Purchase of Craftsman 2-Piece 20V MAX 2 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery & Charger Starter Kit for $79 when you follow instructions below. 2.5% Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Select Free Curbside Pickup where stock permits.

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  1. Click here and add Craftsman 2-Piece 20V MAX 2 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery & Charger Starter Kit to cart
  2. Select Your Choice of One Bonus Tool below
  3. Add Bonus Tool you've chosen to cart
  4. Bonus tool will be discounted, your total should be $79 + Free Store Pickup

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  • Offer is valid online only through 6/29/2021 11:59 pm CST or while supplies last.
  • Price Research: Savings vary depending on Bonus Tool chosen but starts at $64.99 Savings when you receive bonus tool for free. -slickdewmaster

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Free Power Tool of your choice with purchase of Craftsman Battery Starter Kit for $79.00 (reg. $129.99)

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Unless you got some special deal craftsman's lifetime warranty only applied to hand tools.
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The craftsman battery tools from Sears (both the 19.3V C3 and the 20V] are completely different tool lines than what Lowes and Ace Hardware sell.

The 20V that was sold by Sears is not compatible with what is sold by Lowes. I would think they are under no obligation to help you out.

I started off with the Craftsman C3 line. Many of their later tools were rebadges of what Ryobi used (miter saw, 18ga nailer, etc.).

Wasn't happy when they sold the line and started from scratch because of the battery incompatibility issues. Took a hard look at what they were producing and saw exact replicas of Kobalt and DeWalt tools in regards to form factor and appearance. Didn't feel like investing in a tool line that was going to play games and rebadge certain tools but make batteries proprietary. Just an FYI

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Can this same as hack deal with Home Depot by not picking up the battery?
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Quote from kennethphang :
Can this same as hack deal with Home Depot by not picking up the battery?
I'm not certain, but more likely Yes if the receipt shows individual prices.

Funny how their copying Ryobi's playbook to move units.
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I know this is a long shot, but does anyone know how to make the "select tool" a drill? :-)
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i have a 20v craftsman battery from Sears...it seems dead...is the lifetime warranty applicable on these batteries? Can i take it to Lowes or Ace and get a replacement?
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I'm in the app but how do you select the free tool?
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i have a 20v craftsman battery from Sears...it seems dead...is the lifetime warranty applicable on these batteries? Can i take it to Lowes or Ace and get a replacement?
they have lifetime warranty on batteries and drills? really? i thought it was only for tools
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Figured it out. Just add the tool to cart.
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Anybody knows something about the circular saw? I'm trying to buy one .
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Quote from spaceistheplace :
i have a 20v craftsman battery from Sears...it seems dead...is the lifetime warranty applicable on these batteries? Can i take it to Lowes or Ace and get a replacement?
Unless you got some special deal craftsman's lifetime warranty only applied to hand tools.
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Anybody knows something about the circular saw? I'm trying to buy one .
The 7 1/4 got really good reviews from YouTubers. Not sure on the 6.5.
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they have lifetime warranty on batteries and drills? really? i thought it was only for tools
I didn't find that anywhere on craftsman site. It say 3 years
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This is awesome, thanks for the post OP. I started using their wireless tools with a lot of hesitation and have been super happy with them.
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