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12-07-2022 at 08:01 AM.
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Please update your post and title. It's 18V Hammer Drill Kit (subcompact) and comes with two 2ah batteries and a charger. You probably should note the shipped cost vs instore pickup cost.
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12-07-2022 at 03:17 PM.
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https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/product/R8711K

DTO's daily deal today is a bargain: The RIDGID 18V SubCompact Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill Kit + 2 x 2.0 Ah Batteries & Charger for $65, or $80 including shipping.

Today only. At DTO: Factory Blemished = NEW and includes Lifetime Service Agreement

For reference, this combo kit currently sells for $179 on Home Depot: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../315310200

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RIDGID introduces the 18V SubCompact Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver Kit with (2) 2.0 Ah Batteries and 18V Charger. This model is 30% less weight and 30% more compact with optimized ergonomics. The 1/2 in. single-sleeve ratcheting chuck holds bits tight and secure. The integrated Brushless Motor Technology delivers more runtime, more power, and longer motor life. The 18V SubCompact Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver delivers 425 in./lbs. of torque and 0-450/0-1,700 RPM.
  • Hammer Drill/Driver:
  • Brushless motor technology delivers more runtime, more power, and longer motor life
  • This SubCompact model is 30% lighter weight and 30% more compact in comparison to RIDGID R86116 Brushless 1/2 in. Hammer Drill/Driver
  • Includes a hammer mode setting on the integrated clutch for concrete drilling
  • 24 position clutch ring for ultimate precision when driving
  • Reversible belt hook and bit holder apply to either side for additional customization
  • LED light illuminates the workspace
  • This hammer drill has a 1/2 in. single-sleeve ratcheting chuck
  • Batteries:
  • Two 2.0 Ah Batteries Included
  • Up to 2X more runtime and has 2X longer life compared to standard lithium-ion batteries
  • Charger:
  • 18V Charger compatible with all RIDGID 18V Batteries
  • 100% Compatible: Works with all RIDGID 18V Batteries, Tools, and Chargers


If you've been on the fence about picking anything up from their current 50% off sale, but concerned about the shipping cost, this might help get you over the edge. It's a great brushless do-it-all driver that's easy to carry around and reasonably lightweight.

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12-07-2022 at 03:20 PM.
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The typo of "Ridgid" is causing reposts because this one doesn't show up
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12-07-2022 at 04:18 PM.
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The #1 reason you buy Ridgid is the lifetime warranty. This site says 3 years. " RIDGID: Covered by a 3-Year Limited Warranty. Qualifying products are eligible for LSA when registered with RIDGID within 90 days of purchase."

I'd be pretty surprised if this is a qualifying product.

Buy directly from Home Depot AND register for the warranty. There is no other way.
This is wrong. Call Ridgid and confirm if you would like. All factory blemished and new qualify for LSA if registered within 90 days of purchase. I have 2 factory blemished Ridgid panel lights that were purchased at DTO and both were approved for LSA and show up in my Ridgid tool box on Ridgid's website.

Reconditioned tools are not eligible for LSA.
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12-07-2022 at 04:22 PM.
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Agreed about the main reason to buy the brand is the LSA warranty. BUT - I have piles of Ridgid 18v tools that I have purchased from DTO for my school, and all are registered with Ridgid and have the LSA warranty approved.

There's even a step right in the Ridgid warranty registration where it asks where the tool was purchased, and Direct Tool Outlet is one of the options you can select.

Maybe they'll stop honoring LSA for purchases through DTO, but they haven't yet. And DTO is owned by TTI - the parent company of Ridgid, Ryobi, and Milwaukee, so it's not some unauthorized seller.

There are lots of threads on here about it, and I've yet to see anyone say that they've been turned down for the LSA with a "factory blem" (new) tool from Direct Tools Outlet.
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12-07-2022 at 04:43 PM.
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For anyone remotely interested in the Ridgid line of cordless tools, this topic is like beating a dead horse. Yet here we are having to explain it, again.

I have eight separate DTO purchases of blemished Ridgid tools, all have been registered and are showing LSA on the ridgidpower website.

Edit: blemished get LSA, not reconditioned - I always get those mixed up.
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12-07-2022 at 05:03 PM.
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Quote from Fretty :
For anyone remotely interested in the Ridgid line of cordless tools, this topic is like beating a dead horse. Yet here we are having to explain it, again.

I have eight separate DTO purchases of blemished Ridgid tools, all have been registered and are showing LSA on the ridgidpower website.

Edit: blemished get LSA, not reconditioned - I always get those mixed up.
There should really be a sticky FAQ on all DTO posts, stating:
— "blemished" = new w/ warranty
— "reconditioned" = refurbs or returns
— customer service is lacking
— yes, you (usually) need to pay for shipping, and it can be slow
— DTO is owned by TTI who owns all the brands sold there.
— not all DTO prices are great. But some deals are excellent, and better than you'll ever see at Home Depot.

Similarly, there should be a sticky on Home Depot threads that explains "the hack".
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12-07-2022 at 05:07 PM.
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The #1 reason you buy Ridgid is the lifetime warranty. This site says 3 years. " RIDGID: Covered by a 3-Year Limited Warranty. Qualifying products are eligible for LSA when registered with RIDGID within 90 days of purchase."

I'd be pretty surprised if this is a qualifying product.

Buy directly from Home Depot AND register for the warranty. There is no other way.
How's it feel to be so confidently incorrect?
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12-07-2022 at 05:20 PM.
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Quote from Brookwood5 :
The #1 reason you buy Ridgid is the lifetime warranty. This site says 3 years. " RIDGID: Covered by a 3-Year Limited Warranty. Qualifying products are eligible for LSA when registered with RIDGID within 90 days of purchase."

I'd be pretty surprised if this is a qualifying product.

Buy directly from Home Depot AND register for the warranty. There is no other way.
The factory-blemished 7-1/4" Ridgid circular saw that I purchased from DTO back in May qualified for the LSA.

I did have to email Ridgid to finish processing the LSA, but for some reason, I've had to do that with every Ridgid tool I've purchased from Home Depot as well.
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12-07-2022 at 05:34 PM.
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Quote from Brookwood5 :
The #1 reason you buy Ridgid is the lifetime warranty. This site says 3 years. " RIDGID: Covered by a 3-Year Limited Warranty. Qualifying products are eligible for LSA when registered with RIDGID within 90 days of purchase."

I'd be pretty surprised if this is a qualifying product.

Buy directly from Home Depot AND register for the warranty. There is no other way.

Please don't post things that are completely not true.



Quote from Fretty :
For anyone remotely interested in the Ridgid line of cordless tools, this topic is like beating a dead horse. Yet here we are having to explain it, again.

I have eight separate DTO purchases of blemished Ridgid tools, all have been registered and are showing LSA on the ridgidpower website.

Edit: blemished get LSA, not reconditioned - I always get those mixed up.
COMPLETELY AGREE


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Why does this topic have to come up in practically EVERY SINGLE Ridgid Blemished DTO sale???

DTO Blemished Ridgid tools qualify for the full warranty

And yes I have purchased many blemished tools from DTO and they are all registered for the lifetime warranty
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12-07-2022 at 05:59 PM.
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Thanks OP. I'm returning this Black Friday kit from Home Depot that is still in the box for $140

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../320306478

and picking up the hammer drill kit and impact driver kit instead. So upgraded drill, plus an extra battery, extra charger, and extra bag for $10. Sweet!!
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12-07-2022 at 06:42 PM.
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Quote from mekkon :
There should really be a sticky FAQ on all DTO posts, stating:
— "blemished" = new w/ warranty
— "reconditioned" = refurbs or returns
— customer service is lacking
— yes, you (usually) need to pay for shipping, and it can be slow
— DTO is owned by TTI who owns all the brands sold there.
— not all DTO prices are great. But some deals are excellent, and better than you'll ever see at Home Depot.

Similarly, there should be a sticky on Home Depot threads that explains "the hack".
Great suggestion and I second this.
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12-07-2022 at 06:50 PM.
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Anyone know what the pickup time allowed from a DTO store is before they will cancel the order?
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