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RIDGID 18V Brushless SubCompact Combo Kit (3-Tool) with 2 Batteries - $212.96 after coupon

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Ridgid Subcompact Combo set (Drill/driver, impact driver, and impact wrench). I wasn't able to find this using the standard search and only stumbled across it when looking at the drill/driver and impact driver combo for $199. For an extra $30 I think it will be worth having the impact wrench in the garage. Comes with two 2.0 Ah batteries. The non-subcompact drill/driver and impact driver combo with two 1.5Ah is $149.

I paired this with a coupon from Quik Coupons for another $20 off orders over $200. The coupon can be purchased for $2.97 which saves an additional $17 before tax. Use code VIP40 when purchasing the coupon. It only works with online orders.

https://quik-coupons.com/product/one-1x-20-off-200-printable-coupon-copy/

Only available in my area (Oklahoma) ordering online. It was not available or advertised in store. My total after tax was $227.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../313392849
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Man, I wish this was the Hammer Drill version!
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Quote from marcwsu1978 :
Man, I wish this was the Hammer Drill version!
Agreed. I'm holding out for better specials on the hammer drill although I'll likely get the larger brushless or Octane version.
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Agreed. I'm holding out for better specials on the hammer drill although I'll likely get the larger brushless or Octane version.
I think the Octane is discontinued.
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In for one, thanks OP! Been eyeing this exact same set for several months now, hoping it would drop even more and the $20 off coupon was enough for me to pull the trigger!
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In for one, thanks OP! Been eyeing this exact same set for several months now, hoping it would drop even more and the $20 off coupon was enough for me to pull the trigger!
It's not the best deal ever but close to the previous $199 low from a while back. I had to jump at this once my first Ryobi drill/driver from 12 years ago finally bit the dust. It will be a huge upgrade and my first step into the RIDGID ecosystem.
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I think the Octane is discontinued.
What? Why? Did they just go and focus on Milwaukee fuel products?
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So is Ridgid basically the best of the low to mid-end brands, i.e. compared to Ryobi, DeWalt, Craftsman, HF, etc.? Or is it in a class by itself, better than these but not quite in Milwaukee, or Snap-On territory? I'd like to get a new drill, impact driver & 3/8" impact wrench, all brushless and as compact as I can afford, and am weighing the various options in terms of brands and lines. So far these seem like the best compromise between cost and quality for non-pro use. Milwaukee seems even nicer but it's also quite a bit pricier. Does Ridgid ever run Ryobi Days-like sales? I'm not in a rush and can wait till next spring or summer.
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