Huge Black Friday Tool Deals
2010 Black Friday deals are posted up here. For some reason this article is the one that Google finds. Go figure.
UPDATE: We also researched some great internet tool deals here.
If you're like 80% of your fellow man, you'll be spending money like an insane person on Friday. It's the biggest shopping day of the year and to get you ahead of the game, here are some of the best deals that we've been able to find....
- Dewalt 18-Volt 3-Piece Compact Combo Kit - $199
- Dewalt 18-Volt Compact Drill/Driver Kit - $97
- Husky 2-Gallon Mini Air Compressor Kit - $59
- Husky Lithium-Ion Palm Dirver Tool Kit - $49.99
- Makita 5/8" Hammer Drill with Free Grinder - $99
- Poulan 40CC 18" Chainsaw - $99
- Ryobi 12-volt Lithium-Ion Drill Kit - $79
- Ryobi 6" Grinder With Work Light - $19.99
Read on for deals from Ace Hardware, Sears, and Harbor Freight.
- Black & Decker 120 Piece Drilling and Screwdriving Set - $9.99 (after $15 mail in rebate)
- Black & Decker Workmate X-Frame Workbench - $14.99 ($15 MIR)
- DeWalt 3/8" 9.6V Cordless Drill Kit - $59.99 ($30 MIR)
- DeWalt 7-1/4" Circular Saw - $59.99 ($30 MIR)
- DeWalt Orbital Jig Saw with Storage Bag - $59.99 ($30 MIR)
- Power Glide 3.6V Cordless Screwdriver - FREE ($9.99 MIR)
- Power Glide 8" Drill Press with Laser Guide - $49.99
- Power Glide 8-1/4" Compound Miter Saw with Laser Guide - $49.99
- Stanley 3 Pc. Wood Chisel Set - $1.99 ($5 MIR)
- Craftsman 1-HP, 2-Gallon Horizontal Compressor - $79.99
- Craftsman 10" AC Laser Sliding Compound Miter Saw - $189.99
- Craftsman 19.2V Cordless Drill - $39.99
- Craftsman Floor Cabinet w/ Shelves - $239.99
- Craftsman One-Handed 12" Bar Clamp - $9.99
- 18 Gauge Combo Nailer / Stapler Kit - $13.94
- 2-1/4 Ton Garage Jack - $37
- 3 Piece Micro Plane Set - $9.97
- Chicago 10" Compound Miter Saw - $49
- Chicago Laser Guided 7-1/4" Circular Saw - $29.99
- Drill Master 4-1/2" Angle Grinder - $8.88
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 20, 2007 5:00 AM