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  • Christmas Wish List HD Retail Prices

    Here's pricing and HD SKU's on the new tools. So check the ones you want and leave it for Momma to discover and go Christmas Shopping!

    HD SKU HD Price Ridgid No. Description

    371-880 $ 99.00 R3000 Heavy Duty Reciprocating Saw
    371-590 $119.00 R3200 7-1/4" Circular Saw
    371-533 $149.00 R3120 Variable Speed Orbital Jig Saw

    371-550 $169.00 R7120 Heavy Duty 1/2" Spade Handle Drill
    371-208 $139.00 R7100 Heavy Duty 1/2" 2-Speed VSR Drill
    371-208 $159.00 R5010 Heavy Duty 1/2" VSR Hammer/Pulse Drill

    370-834 $149.00 R2610 6" Variable Speed Dual Random Orbit Sander
    370-658 $ 69.97 R2600 5" Variable Speed Random Orbit Sander
    370-463 $ 49.97 R2500 1/4 Sheet Sander
    370-002 $ 89.97 R1000 4-1/2" Angle Grinder

    369-977 $479.00 R922 18v 4pc Cordless Combo Kit
    369-893 $379.00 R921 18v 3pc Cordless Combo Kit

    (No SKU or Price) R841151 18v X2 Cordless Hammer Drill
    369-501 $249.00 R84015 18v X2 Cordless 1/2" Drill
    369-039 $199.00 R83015 14.4v X2 Cordless 1/2" Drill
    369-010 $159.00 R82015 12v X2 Cordless 1/2" Drill

    369-002 $199.00 R84001 18v Cordless 3/8" Drill
    368-753 $169.00 R83001 14.4v Cordless 3/8" Drill
    368-680 $129.00 R82001 12v Cordless 3/8" Drill

    295-598 $597.00 MS1290LZ 12" Dual Compound Sliding Miter Saw w/ Exactline
    187-336 $299.00 MS1250LZ 12" Compound Miter Saw w/ Exactline
    187-029 $199.00 MS1065LZ 10" Compound Miter Saw w/ Exactline
    206-676 $199.00 MSUV Miter Saw Utility Vehicle

    105-495 $597.00 TS3650 10" Dual Cast Iron Table Saw

    These are all the tools listed in the retail brochure. The existing stationary tools are not included.
    Use the SKU's to check your local prices. Does anyone know if the SKU's are the same in Canada?
    If it don\'t fit, force it. If it breaks, \'needed fixin\' anyhow. 8{~

  • #2
    369-002 $199.00 R84001 18v Cordless 3/8" Drill
    368-753 $169.00 R83001 14.4v Cordless 3/8" Drill


    Hmmmm, decisions, decisions... [img]smile.gif[/img] Thanks for the work on the prices!

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    369-039 $199.00 R83015 14.4v X2 Cordless 1/2" Drill

    Double-hmmmmmmmmm....... My 1/2" drill is a thousand year old single speed Craftsman...... hmmmmmmm...........

    Dave

    [ 09-25-2003, 12:43 AM: Message edited by: Dave Arbuckle ]

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    • #3
      the variable speed jig saw in my home depot is only $119.00. i agree with the rest of your prices.

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      • #4
        all sku numbers are the same from canada to chili

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        • #5
          371-208 $159.00 R5010 Heavy Duty 1/2" VSR Hammer/Pulse Drill
          That's a pricey hammer drill! I've had my Milwaukee hammer drill for 7 years and it is as good as new. It cost me about $125 and is still priced that way. If I could put a chisel bit in it it would probably be a somewhat decent jackhammer. I'm sure the ridgid is a good hammer drill, but why so pricey?

          Also,What is the difference between a cordless X2 and the non X2? (besides price)
          www.TheWoodCellar.com

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Rafael:
            371-208 $159.00 R5010 Heavy Duty 1/2" VSR Hammer/Pulse Drill
            That's a pricey hammer drill! ...but why so pricey?
            Check out the owner's manual on the Ridgid web site. It has a lot of nice features.

            Also, here is the link to the Metabo version.
            http://www.metabo.com/com/english/pr...850_impuls.htm

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            • #7
              I really like the look and the freel of the tools and will plan on acquiring at least one before year's end.
              As far as the tools are concerned, I think that I'll discover any potential defects within 36 months, so buying after the first of the year doesn't bother me. But having a tool with a perpetual battery sounds intriquing. That narrows the options to:
              369-977 $479.00 R922 18v 4pc Cordless Combo Kit
              369-893 $379.00 R921 18v 3pc Cordless Combo Kit

              (No SKU or Price) R841151 18v X2 Cordless Hammer Drill
              369-501 $249.00 R84015 18v X2 Cordless 1/2" Drill
              369-039 $199.00 R83015 14.4v X2 Cordless 1/2" Drill
              369-010 $159.00 R82015 12v X2 Cordless 1/2" Drill

              369-002 $199.00 R84001 18v Cordless 3/8" Drill
              368-753 $169.00 R83001 14.4v Cordless 3/8" Drill
              368-680 $129.00 R82001 12v Cordless 3/8" Drill

              I don't think I'm ready for a combo set yet, leaving the drills. I have a DeWalt 14.4v 3/8" with a spare battery, so your opinion please:
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              • Should I just stay with the corded tool?</font>
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              • Should I be looking at an X2 1/2" drill, or another 3/8" unit?</font>
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              • Should I go with a 12v to keep it light, another 14.4v for better torque, or an 18v for Tim-Taylor muscle?</font>
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              • Should I buy all three on separate receipts, use them for 90 days to decide which one I like and take the other two back?</font>
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              • Or should I go 18v in case I want to acquire a combo set and have battery interchangability? If so, how would I ever remember which battery had the lifetime service warranty?</font>
              Any thoughts to share?
              If it don\'t fit, force it. If it breaks, \'needed fixin\' anyhow. 8{~

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              • #8
                Went out Saturday and picked up a 14.4v cordless replacement to the aforementioned thousand year old Craftsman 1/2" drill. Pretty impressive machine, I think.

                Should I be looking at an X2 1/2" drill, or another 3/8" unit?

                My decision tree was that, if I needed to use a drill with over 3/8" shank (like a hole saw), I was stuck with the oldie. I have both a corded and a cordless 3/8", could not see the reason to have yet another.


                Should I go with a 12v to keep it light, another 14.4v for better torque, or an 18v for Tim-Taylor muscle?

                I was surprised that the 14.4v and the 18v, in this model, didn't have enough weight difference for me to notice. Most of the weight is in the tool. What kept me with the 14.4v is the fifty buck difference in price.

                Leave it to Ridgid, the carrying case has a soft-grip handle. That's a nice attention to detail there.

                Dave

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                • #9
                  Leave it to Ridgid, the carrying case has a soft-grip handle. That's a nice attention to detail there.
                  YEA!!! Real men need cushioned grip handles on their carry cases. LOL. Never thought I'd see comfort level in cases for tools.

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                  • #10
                    Real men need cushioned grip handles on their carry cases

                    Mike, y'all "real men" are welcome to wrap the damn thing in barbed wire...

                    Dave

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                    • #11
                      Dave A.

                      If it were me, I'd take the plastic money to the big box, buy one of each. Take em home, tyr em all out, keep the one that best suits the need.

                      With HD, you have a 30 day no ? asked return policy. I've done that before with certain things, it's worth a try.

                      Worst case senario? You end up with all the cordless drills you'll ever need! And your hands will be soft as a baby's behind with the soft grip handles on the cases.
                      John E. Adams<br /><a href=\"http://www.woodys-workshop.com\" target=\"_blank\">www.woodys-workshop.com</a>

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                      • #12
                        John, that would mean I'd have to go to the Borg -twice-! :shudder:

                        I just picked out the one I wanted, and got it. Different strokes, hunh?

                        Dave

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                        • #13
                          Dave,

                          Not sure what it's like in your area, but....

                          Alot of the associates in my area are well worth the trip...2, 3, 4 trips.

                          What they call it? Eye Candy?

                          Thing is too, they are not all stuck up, but darn ready and happy to stop what they doing for a good conversation!

                          sure glad the LOML doesn't like to go with! It sure adds a bright flame to a dying bed of of hot coals! Know what I mean???
                          John E. Adams<br /><a href=\"http://www.woodys-workshop.com\" target=\"_blank\">www.woodys-workshop.com</a>

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                          • #14
                            Woody, I'm a confirmed girl watcher, and I do believe I can safely say that, that isn't the case around here!

                            Dave
                            (we still allowed to say "girl watcher"?)

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                            • #15
                              Eric I have to agree with you and the only reason they were able to produce the torque was by slowing the drill down to a snails pace. not only will my DeWalt rip my skin off as well but it will do it faster then the ryobi...I mean ridgid tool.

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