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http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00917191000P



If interested in 3:


Apply coupon codes:

SEARS2012

and

$15 off of $100 tools in your SYWR coupon center.



Plus..CB of your choice.

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How do you get to 3 for $88 - I've applied the SEARS2012 and it brings me down to $102.97. What other coupons or discounts are there?


What do you mean by CB of your choice?

tjfatwallet said:   How do you get to 3 for $88 - I've applied the SEARS2012 and it brings me down to $102.97. What other coupons or discounts are there?


What do you mean by CB of your choice?



I did list the other coupon in the OP you needed to use in your Sears/SYWR coupon center. If you are unfamiliar with the terms and/or program, I would suggest searching the forums for information to understand the details of the program.


Oddly, while "DD" - Dumpster Diving is on the FatWallet FAQ Acronym list..."CB" as commonly used here to mean CashBack.....isn't.

Thanks bought the 3. I never knew about the coupon center.

Thanks OP! In for 3 and used Discover 10% CB.

This is a great drill, I've had the earlier model for years. Considering picking up a second.

Notes:

single speed gearbox, no high/low speed selection.

charger appears to be a 3 hour charger.

otherwise great deal.

hpm.

SEARS2012 code shows up as $5 off $50, not $15 0ff $100

hpmaster said:   Notes:

single speed gearbox, no high/low speed selection.

charger appears to be a 3 hour charger.

otherwise great deal.

hpm.


According to the product description:
* Kit includes: 3/8 in. drill/driver, 19.2 volt DieHard battery, 1-hour charger
* Craftsman 19.2 Volt Drill Driver drills at high and low speeds with the flick of a finger

But if you use the link to the instruction manual, it does NOT show a hi/lo speed switch, and it says:
Your drill comes with a 10-12 hour charger for overnight charging of your 19.2 Volt battery (included).

So thanks to hpmaster for pointing that out. I sent an email to Sears; they probably just did a copy/paste of the better 1/2 inch model description on the web site..

Matr0skin said:   SEARS2012 code shows up as $5 off $50, not $15 0ff $100


Correct..and ?

Is there a big difference between 18V and 19.2V cordless drills? I assume 19.2V are better, but are they way better or just marginally better?

There is no $15 off $100 coupon in my SYWR Coupon Center. Not for Tools.

There is one for Garden Items, and I tried to apply it to this order, but it would not accept it.

tjfatwallet said:   There is no $15 off $100 coupon in my SYWR Coupon Center. Not for Tools.




Did you use it already on a prior order ? (since it's a one time use)

Great find. In for one. Thank you for taking time to share this deal.

Is this better than dewalt drills? Anyone?

TheSpruceDeuce said:   Is this better than dewalt drills? Anyone?

Depends on which models/sales you are comparing it to.

This one (or ones if you buy 3) are good for light to moderate work...or to just keep as a spare in a den/basement etc...when you don't want to run out to the garage just for a quick job, etc.

At first I got excited about this deal, but after looking at the description of this drill I noticed that the techical parameters are below average (for 19.2V drill): only 650RPM? 125 in/lbs torgue? These specs seem subpar

Consume Reports didn't recommend this one at the standard MSRP. But they did say it charges in 1 hour. And for the price, it was in the middle of the pack of more expensive ones. The 17310 model is highly recommended. At first I thought they were the same except for the battery, but they are apparently different in other ways.

v1rok said:   Is there a big difference between 18V and 19.2V cordless drills? I assume 19.2V are better, but are they way better or just marginally better?

I'll answer your question with a question. What do you plan to do with it?

I have a 6 yr old large size drill/driver like this one that's only 9 volts, but also it was only $19 at Harbor Freight..

I use it for driving screws/hanging pictures, as the battery only lasts 15-20 minutes now, however who hangs pictures for more than a few minutes at a time ?

For longer/tougher jobs, I have a 3/8" 120v drill and a dremel.



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