Home Depot Bar Clamps

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Home Depot Bar Clamps

I have 4 to 5 Home Depots around me. One of them is in a busy shopping center and is out of just about all the deals and another one of them in a bad location has most of it’s displays full. The others are somewhere in between. I guess it just depends on where you are. Also I just read an article saying that the DIY is dying, “Do it for me” is growing, and Home Depot is going to start going after the pros more. I know somebody writes every few month about how DIY is dying, but the point of the article is that Home Depot is preparing for declining sales to homeowners.

Home Depot Bar Clamps

I’m not sure why Home Depot has slashed the prices on these particular tools. In some of the Home Depot stores I’ve visited, the displays for these tools are almost empty or gone altogether, while in others displays of the same tools were still full.

Home Depot Bar Clamps

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I guess it just depends on where you are. Also I just read an article saying that the DIY is dying, “Do it for me” is growing, and Home Depot is going to start going after the pros more. I know somebody writes every few month about how DIY is dying, but the point of the article is that Home Depot is preparing for declining sales to homeowners.

Home Depot Bar Clamps

You have to look for the sets with more of the 2″ insert bits. There is one 56 pc holiday set that’s $12 right now marked down from 14.88. The one I can find on the Home Depot site, isn’t the right set, so I’m not linking to it. The one on display looks like it has 7 or 8 of the 2″ bits in Phillips, slotted, and square with an extra collar. I’m guessing it’ll drop in price again because I’ve seen a ton of them at every Home Depot I’ve been to.

Home Depot Bar Clamps

I have the 8 pc Dewalt max fit screwdriver set and I like them. You’re right about the 1″ insert bits not being compatible. I wish they wouldn’t put the yellow band around them that makes it look like they are. You have to look for the sets with more of the 2″ insert bits. There is one 56 pc holiday set that’s $12 right now marked down from 14.88. The one I can find on the Home Depot site, isn’t the right set, so I’m not linking to it. The one on display looks like it has 7 or 8 of the 2″ bits in Phillips, slotted, and square with an extra collar. I’m guessing it’ll drop in price again because I’ve seen a ton of them at every Home Depot I’ve been to. It’d be really nice if they made 2″ bit only set with a variety of bits. I rarely ever use the 1″ bits. If I have a choice I’ll grab a 2″ bit.

Home Depot Bar Clamps

I was excited last June when I spotted the deal on the 6 piece Bessey Clutch Clamp set. When Home Depot brought this set back for the holiday season, I still thought it was a good deal. Now that they’ve slashed the price to $17, it’s a deal that’s hard to refuse. I had to restrain myself from buying a few sets.

Home Depot Bar Clamps

Seems different Home Depot’s have different specials, but you really have to scan the sku’s. We have 3 HD’s within a very close proximity of each other, so I am able to compare easily. Don’t forget about Lowe’s, they also sneak in some descent specials, at mine, a 12″ Dewalt 80 Tooth fine blade is now $29.00

Home Depot Bar Clamps

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Myabe you guys can help me make up my mind. I picked up the Bosch GTS 1031 10″ saw for a yellow sticker price of $266.00 it is still in the box in my garage… The Dewalt looks very similar in design…. So, what would you do??? I’ll be using it for 95% home use, ripping small boards, doing some 1/2″ dados. want to build a nice stand to mount it on with feed out table etc… So, Bosch GTS 1031 or this Dewalt????

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