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Home Depot has another round of tool deals of the day, featuring cordless power tools, hand tools, and accessories, from brands such as Milwaukee, Dewalt, Ridgid, and Ryobi.
As usual, there are a couple of returning tool deals, and some new ones. It’s worth a quick browse-through, and I thought I’d highlight a couple of deals that stood out to me.
The deals end at 3am ET 7/19/23 unless supplies sell out sooner.
Milwaukee M18 Fuel 3/8″ Impact Wrench Kit
With this bundle, you get the M18 Fuel 3/8″ impact wrench (2854), which delivers 250 ft-lbs max torque, 2x High Output 6Ah batteries, and a charger.
The tool-only retails for $229 by itself. This bundle is on sale for $279. That seems like a great deal to me.
This is an extension of a current “buy a starter kit for $299, get a free tool” promo, but with added $20 savings as part of the deal of the day.
If you want something that can deliver more torque, there are other impact wrench kits and bundles on sale.
Milwaukee M18 Rover LED Light Kit Bundle
This bundle gives you the M18 Rover LED worklight, 2366-20, which typically retails for $149 by itself.
For $10 more than the tool-only price, you get a 5Ah battery and charger.
The worklight delivers up to 4,000 lumens of TrueView output and can be powered by battery or AC extension cord (not included).
Milwaukee M18 Rocket LED Tripod Light with Battery
The popular Rocket LED tripod light is also on sale – it’s bundled with a 5Ah battery for $189.
Do you need a charger? Longer runtime? There’s another deal bundle where you get the light with 2x 6Ah HO batteries and a charger for $279.
Bucket Boss Tool Belt with Suspenders
I haven’t seen much activity from the Bucket Boss tool storage accessory brand in a few years, and so this blue leather tool belt – and two others (in red and green) – definitely got my attention.
It features 19 pockets, with a leather belt and mixed construction tool pouches made with 1680D 2-ply poly fabric.
The suspenders have a “LoadBear” stretch suspension.
Apparently these aren’t new to the brand, but new to me.
Amazon is matching the price of the blue and green tool belts, and has much better pricing on the red version.
Milwaukee Hardline EDC Knife 2-Pack
Milwaukee’s Hardline folding knives are decent. They’re reasonably well-made, and their D2 blades are well suited for work.
The 48-22-1994 has a 3-inch plain edge drop point blade, and the 48-22-1998 has a 3-inch partially serrated Tanto-style blade.
Of the two, I prefer the plain edge blade – they’re easier to sharpen – but the Tanto style could be an all-around workhorse.
I don’t recall seeing the Hardline knives on sale for a while.
Would I choose differently for the same money? Yes – the Civivi Elementum might be a well-matched alternative. But I feel that the Hardline series can be a good intro into EDC knives.