Black Friday Tool Deals - 2010
So there's a lot going on and here are some things that caught our eye...
For starters, there are big tool bargain roundups at blackfriday.info, dealnews.com, and theblackfridaynews.com
Amazon's HQ for Black Friday (probably through at least Monday) sales is here. We'd call out some items, but it's likely that they'll be shifting things around all weekend, and knowing them, probably on an hour by hour basis.
Ohio Power Tool - They're offering free shipping until the end of the year. Their top deals page is here. The one we like is that if you get the Milwaukee M12 driver and Hackzall kit, they'll throw in an M12 drill for free. More info on that one here. There's also the Ridgid Pinup Calendar, free with any Ridgid order or $15 on its own here. We also got word that there are going to be other cool deals starting Monday.
Tool Barn - They've also got free shipping, in addition to an automatic 10%-15% off depending on the brand. More info here.
Tool Nut - There are some nice deals listed here (make sure to check out the title of the page), particularly the Fein MultiMaster price ($299 for the FMM Top...oh snap!). They also have some crazy deals on woodworking equipment here.
Sears - It looks like there will be a shifting selection of deals here. Right now, there's a lot of nice prices for hand tool sets and tool storage.
Acme Tools (formerly Tool Crib) - Their front page has a scrolling selection of bargains. Some good prices as well as some 'buy one, get one free' sort of things.
Harbor Freight - We're not sure if HF is having any Black Friday sales, but everything is so inexpensive there, it's sort of like every day is Black Friday. Their tag line is, "Quality Tools at Ridiculously Low Prices." At least they've got it half right. Actually, we shouldn't say that, there are a lot of people who have contacted us saying that their $35 oscillating tool works great.
Tool King - There are a lot of deals here, so check their main page
for the low down. Seem like they've got some stellar deals on the DeWalt 12-volt line among others.
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 25, 2010 5:00 AM