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Craftsman Rapid Digger
$8.99
http://www.sears.com/craftsman-rapid-digger/p-07109968000P

This Craftsman Rapid Digger suits your garden needs. From the easy tasks to the summer projects, this Craftsman is sure to live up to it's name among the most reliable tools a man could own.

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Finally! As a man looking to own reliable tools to suit my garden needs, a rapid digger from Craftsman!
This will make a valuable addition to my also-reliable Craftsman sledge hammer that I got a few weeks back (also for gardening).
Fellow menfolk, rejoice!

Sorry ladies, this doesn't seem to be the tool for you (no pink handle and such).

I have one and it is a Handy tool

Just need a roll of plastic, duct tape and some zip ties... Dexter.

$6 saving only ....

simbat said:   $6 saving only ....
  40% off makes hot... Can't always count the dollars.

letsspendlotsofmoney said:   
simbat said:   $6 saving only ....
  40% off makes hot... Can't always count the dollars.

 Plus, many of us get free $5 or $10 of SYWR  Surprise points or have points that are expiring soon so we're always looking for cheap items to buy with points.

This is one Handy tool if you ever need it for what it is intended, or protection I'm sure. With $4 in points to use, I'll grab another. It will also go well with the Garden Mattock I got free from Sears a couple months back. Didn't need it, but free!!

UkeDoggie said:   Finally! As a man looking to own reliable tools to suit my garden needs, a rapid digger from Craftsman!
This will make a valuable addition to my also-reliable Craftsman sledge hammer that I got a few weeks back (also for gardening).
Fellow menfolk, rejoice!

Sorry ladies, this doesn't seem to be the tool for you (no pink handle and such).

  Talk about a "tool"

Regardless the 40% off I would spend more money on gas and not counting the time mo pick it up in store, than the $6 savings from MSRP which is probably more like $3-$4 from the regular discount price makes no sense to me.

Back in the day we used to call this a pick-axe. Just ask Pete.



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