Tool Deals on the Internet
It's tough to know where to buy online? How do you know who's legit and who's heading to Taiwan with your credit card number? The following stores are ones that we buy a lot of tools from. We've had nothing but good experiences with them as far as ordering, returning, and shipping goes...
Amazon.com - We buy a lot of tools through Amazon. It's quick, easy,and they've got a great selection.
- Spend over $500 on Bosch tools, get a free PS20-2 Litheon Pocket Driver with 2 batteries. Details here. Offer good until December 3rd. The $500 mark isn't that unrealistic with great items like their new table saw (with the new style of blade guard), their jigsaw, and their outstanding router.
- Buy 3 tools, get the 4th one free - Just like it sounds. Details here. The list of eligible tools is 10,599 items long, so there's a big selection. We quickly checked it out and saw a number of great tools on it like the Denali 115-Piece Home Repair Tool Kit, the Kreg R3 Pocket Hole Jig System, the Drill Doctor Bit Sharpener, a nice DeWalt 30 Piece Drilling and Driving Set, and our all-time favorite tool, the Leatherman Blast. The complete list of eligible tools is here.
- Buy a power tool and get 20% off on any accessory. Details here. For example, if you get the Makita 18-Volt Li-Ion Driver Drill, you should be able to get 20% off on selected Makita gloves. The eligible list of tools is here, and once you click on a tool, scroll down to see the available accessories.
Tool King - Not only is Tool King a great store, but they also run a great tool blog, Toologics.
- Fee Shipping on orders over $99. For orders under $99, shipping is only $5. Details
- Rebates and Promotions - They've got a ton, ranging from $15 mail-in-rebate on select DeWalt nailers, to a free Milwaukee impact driver with the purchase of a Milwaukee combo kit. These promotions and many more
- Compressor, Pressure Washer, and Generator Sale. Here.
- Hot Deals of the Week. Here.
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 21, 2007 5:09 AM