Home Depot The Home Depot Spring Black Friday: Schlage Touchscreen Deadbolt $147, Ryobi Cordless Combo $88, Bounty Paper Towels $13 + More Ryobi 18V ONE+ Cordless Drill Combo $88 + More!

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Spring Black Friday isn't a thing, but it is at The Home Depot, because their Spring Black Friday Event is on now and you can view the entire flyer now on RedFlagDeals!

We've listed a few of the Spring Black Friday deals available to help give you some shopping inspiration.

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The Home Depot Spring Friday Event is effective online and in-stores from April 12 to 18. HomeDepot.ca offers free shipping with most orders over $49.00, with the exception of oversized items and major appliances, along with a free in-store pickup option with select products.

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    • dont buy it for the batteries, they are the P102 which are notorious for high failure rates,
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    • miksterz1 wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 12:45 pm
      Seems a great deal. I'm not certain but it might be the lowest price ever. You get a drill, impact driver, 2 batteries, and a carrying case. Note the price goes live on April 12
      I have the drill and another set of M12 drill/driver, but may get this for a backup set.
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    • I have the M12 impact 1000 in/lbs. Great for interior stuff. This has a supposed 1600 in/lbs... worth it for more outside summer work? Already have the brad nailer and HC battery.
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    • $88 is a great deal for a 18V drill+driver kit.
      I'd buy this if I didn't already own a kit already.
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    • Damn, I bought the Rigid Deal a while ago... hopefully the Rigid one is better quality. Came with two extra, larger capacity batteries too.
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    • Have the older version of this pack (one battery no bag). Anyone know what is improved with the newer versions?

      I have these two drills, another drill with multi-tool pack, and a impact wrench. Love them all and have had no issue with them. It's even sweeter that I probably only spent a total of $125 as I bought them all on sales like these. Only issue is that my contractor friends have no respect for them.
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    • snipzy wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 1:16 pm
      Damn, I bought the Rigid Deal a while ago... hopefully the Rigid one is better quality. Came with two extra, larger capacity batteries too.
      Rigid pretty much has lifetime warranty, or so I heard.
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    • This or the RIDGID set which costed $105 after returning the extra batteries?
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    • The Ridgid set is $115 including tax in Ontario, after returning the extra batteries. So $16 more in total, compared to the Ryobi. The Ridgid is worth the extra 16 bucks. I bought a set myself. Better in every respect, and with a lifetime warranty. The Ryobi is 3 years. Ridgid deal expires today.
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    • Have the Ryobi drill. Fine for around the house DIY stuff.

      Looking for opinions on the impact drill for use of removing lug nuts for swapping summer/winter tires.

      Ridgid is no good for me since no near a Home Depot today but driving past one on the weekend so could get the Ryobi.
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    • treasureseeker3 wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 1:41 pm
      Have the Ryobi drill. Fine for around the house DIY stuff.

      Looking for opinions on the impact drill for use of removing lug nuts for swapping summer/winter tires.

      Ridgid is no good for me since no near a Home Depot today but driving past one on the weekend so could get the Ryobi.
      It probably won't be able to remove your lugs unless you pre-loosen them. That's what I do, then use the drill to remove the lugs, put them back on, then use torque wrench to tighten.
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    • Would this be a good deal for someone who rarely uses it once every 1-2 years? I am thinking of getting this to go with the Ryobi tire inflator.

      Would the batteries die if they are not used?
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    • treasureseeker3 wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 1:41 pm
      Have the Ryobi drill. Fine for around the house DIY stuff.

      Looking for opinions on the impact drill for use of removing lug nuts for swapping summer/winter tires.

      Ridgid is no good for me since no near a Home Depot today but driving past one on the weekend so could get the Ryobi.
      Wrong tool for lug nuts. Need an impact WRENCH for that.

      You could loosen the lug with a breaker bar (~$15) and then use the impact to unscrew the lug just to save a bit of time, but the impact DRIVER won't break the lugs loose.
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    • treasureseeker3 wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 1:41 pm
      Have the Ryobi drill. Fine for around the house DIY stuff.

      Looking for opinions on the impact drill for use of removing lug nuts for swapping summer/winter tires.

      Ridgid is no good for me since no near a Home Depot today but driving past one on the weekend so could get the Ryobi.
      I have this set and it is capable of loosing my lugs which are torqued to 100ftlb. If they are any tighter you probably will need to preloosen them. Just my $0.02
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    • tatung wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 1:19 pm
      Have the older version of this pack (one battery no bag). Anyone know what is improved with the newer versions?

      I have these two drills, another drill with multi-tool pack, and a impact wrench. Love them all and have had no issue with them. It's even sweeter that I probably only spent a total of $125 as I bought them all on sales like these. Only issue is that my contractor friends have no respect for them.
      Generally new models will be a bit more powerful, like someone said here this has 1600 in/lbs driving so your model is probably a bit less unless you technically have the same model number drill but who knows maybe its just an extra battery? Are you using them for home use or contracting? Your contractor friends probably have tools with better quality parts so theirs will probably last longer for their uses, I would never use these on a job site where I am trying to make money but around the house? Hell for $88, if your gonna do some drilling and driving a deck or something, these are plenty good enough.
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    • I currently have a lightweight 20V B&D drill that is surprisingly good enough for stuff around the home, but I would like an impact driver for the wood shop I'm building out. The good thing about the B&D was that it shares batteries with my blower and trimmer.

      Is this kit worth it? I was thinking I would splurge on a good brushless impact driver or drill/driver set when a good deal comes up. With proprietary battery systems, I'm trying to make conscious decisions on which brands I buy...
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    • treasureseeker3 wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 1:41 pm
      Have the Ryobi drill. Fine for around the house DIY stuff.

      Looking for opinions on the impact drill for use of removing lug nuts for swapping summer/winter tires.

      Ridgid is no good for me since no near a Home Depot today but driving past one on the weekend so could get the Ryobi.
      r22yu wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 1:51 pm
      Wrong tool for lug nuts. Need an impact WRENCH for that.

      You could loosen the lug with a breaker bar (~$15) and then use the impact to unscrew the lug just to save a bit of time, but the impact DRIVER won't break the lugs loose.
      Like the others said, impact driver is the wrong tool for this. The torque spec for lug nuts on a regular passenger car is right around the maximum torque rating on the driver, and less after you add on the necessary adapters.

      I have tried this exact tool on 80ftlb lug nuts with a hex to 1/2" adapter, and you have to leave it to hammer more than 15-20s to break those loose. I can get it off by hand in half that time. It also wobbles more with the adapter so it could scratch your rims if you care about that.
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    • Same for me. I'll add the tire inflator.
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    • Jon Lai wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 2:27 pm
      I currently have a lightweight 20V B&D drill that is surprisingly good enough for stuff around the home, but I would like an impact driver for the wood shop I'm building out. The good thing about the B&D was that it shares batteries with my blower and trimmer.

      Is this kit worth it? I was thinking I would splurge on a good brushless impact driver or drill/driver set when a good deal comes up. With proprietary battery systems, I'm trying to make conscious decisions on which brands I buy...
      In my opinion, this is definitely worth it for any non-pro that isn't already deeply invested in a different line of products. Ryobi has tons of other very nice tools that go on sale often.
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    • T3rry wrote:
      Apr 11th, 2018 12:55 pm
      dont buy it for the batteries, they are the P102 which are notorious for high failure rates,
      Source? I have the p102 batteries and they haven't failed me.
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