We sorted through Home Depot’s Black Friday 2017 sales flyer and listed out all of the featured tool deals. Following is a listing of all the tool deals, with some commentary mixed in.
I can’t say there are any surprises this year, but nonetheless, there are some good deals to be found.
Of all the Home Depot Black Friday deals this year, which will you probably buy?
Unless it says otherwise, the deals are valid from 11/23 thru 11/29.
I apologize for any errors there might be, I’m only human.
New: Online Only Deals
These deals go live starting Thanksgiving Day, at 6am.
Milwaukee M18 Fuel 16 Ga straight finish nailer kit: $219
Dewalt DCD771 cordless drill kit PLUS brushless oscillating multi-tool: $129
Gladiator Gearbox wall cabinet: $180
Gladiator hardwood workbench: $151.79
Genie 1/2 HP garage door opener: $118
The following deals should be available in-store and online, unless specified otherwise.
Interesting, that Milwaukee M18 combo kit is listed as an “exclusive.” So does that mean it’s not their standard combo kit?
Werner 6′ Fiberglass Ladder, Similar to this one,: $35
Rayovac 54pc AA and AAA battery assortment: $10
Ridgid 16 gallon shop vacuum: $40
Husky 46″ 9-drawer steel mobile work center, similar to this one: $199
Makita 18V drill, impact driver, LED light combo kit w/ 1.5Ah batteries: $149
Milwaukee M18 drill and impact driver combo kit: $149
Ridgid 18V Brushless drill and impact driver combo kit: $149
Dewalt 20V Max 5-tool cordless combo kit: $299
Makita 18V 5-tool cordless combo kit: $299 (Compare at Amazon)
Ridgid 18V 4-tool Gen5X Brushless cordless combo kit special edition: $299 (Learn More Here)
These promos are already available, online and in stores. Buy a new cordless combo kit, get your choice of 2 free bare tools.
Promo Page(via Home Depot)
There are additional “free tool with combo kit purchase” bundles available online. Some of them are incredibly good deals.
Buy Now(via Home Depot)
Makita 18V brushless drill 1-battery kit: $99 (Compare via Amazon)
Makita 18V brushless impact driver 1-battery kit: $99 (Compare at Amazon)
Makita 26pc Impact Gold screwdriver bit set: $15
Makita 9pc 3/8″ Impact Gold socket set: $15
Free 2-pack of Makita 18V batteries with X2 kit purchases
We’ve already told you about the M12 Fuel + Packout deals, but that non-brushless drill and impact driver combo kit for $99 is new to me. Good deal.
Milwaukee M18 Fuel 10″ sliding miter saw kit + free select power tool: $599
Milwaukee M18 Fuel hammer drill and impact driver kit + free select power tool: $399
Milwaukee M18 One-Key hammer drill and impact driver kit + free select power tool: $499
Milwaukee M12 drill and impact driver combo kit: $99
Milwaukee M12 Fuel hammer drill PLUS Packout kit: $99
Milwaukee M12 Fuel impact driver PLUS Packout kit: $99
Milwaukee M12 5-tool cordless combo kit: $199
That’s new this year – Milwaukee M18 compact BRUSHLESS drill and impact driver 1-battery kits, for $99. Sweet.
Some of the other deals are to be expected. I still have a good supply of Hole Dozer hole saws from my stock-up last year, and Sawzall blades too, but might stock up on more Shockwave bits.
Aww, nuts, there’s no current Milwaukee rebate on Shockwave accessories. But it looks like there are some Sawzall deals. There’s one where you buy $150 in Sawzall blades and you get a Milwaukee tech tool bag, or Packout case.
Milwaukee M18 brushless drill 1-battery kit: $99
Milwaukee M18 brushless impact driver 1-battery kit: $99
Milwaukee 46″ 16-drawer tool storage combo: $698
Milwaukee M12 3.0Ah battery 2-pack: $69
Milwaukee 25′ magnetic tape measure 2-pack: $25
Milwaukee 52″ 11-drawer raised work surface mobile tool cabinet: $498
Milwaukee 16pc Sawzall reciprocating saw blade set: $13
Milwaukee 40pc Shockwave impact bit set: $10
Milwaukee 15pc Shockwave drill bit set: $20
Milwaukee 16pc HoleDozer hole saw kit: $40 – Looks like you get one more hole saw than in last year’s promo set.
Dewalt 30pc MaxFit driving bit set: $10
Dewalt 72pc MaxFit driving bit set: $20
Dewalt Brushless drill and impact driver combo kit with ToughSystem case: $179
Dewalt 140pc MaxFit drill/driving bit set: $30
Dewalt 18V to 20V Max adapter and battery set: $99 (Also at Amazon)
Dewalt 20V Max 3-tool cordless combo kit (circular saw, hammer drill, oscillating tool, ToughSystem case, 4.0Ah batteries): $200
Dewalt 15A 12″ dual bevel compound miter saw with FREE stand (similar): $299
Dewalt 20V Max 7-tool cordless combo kit with ToughSystem case: $499
Dewalt’s 3pc ToughSystem combo deal is back, at a $98 price point, and so is Ridgid’s Pro tool storage combo. Personally, I like the Dewalt ToughSystem setup a lot more.
There will also be a Packout combo on sale, starting Monday 11/13 as part of the Pro Black Friday sales event.
Ryobi’s got some new brushless tools out. These are the tools I teased about a few weeks ago. They’re quite good, and although I can find some compromises, they’re not sacrifices. Ryobi’s One+ lineup continues to be a top choice for DIYers and even value-minded pros.
Ryobi Brushless hammer drill kit PLUS FREE select power tool: $149
Ryobi 18V drill and impact driver combo kit: $99
Ryobi 18V 4Ah battery 2-pack: $79
Ryobi 18V 4-tool cordless combo kit: $119
Rypbi 18V 10-tool cordless combo kit: $399
Ryobi 18V drill kit: $49
Ryobi 18V impact driver kit: $49
Rypbi 195pc drill and driving bit set: $20
Ryobi 15A 12″ sliding miter saw (similar): $199
Ryobi 18V inflator: $20
Ryobi 18V Airstrike 18 gauge brad nailer: $99 Read More Here
Ryobi 35pc black oxide drill bit set: $5
Ryobi 55pc driving bit set: $5
Ryobi 130pc black oxide drill and driving bit set: $10
Ryobi 32pc Ti drill bit set: $10
Buy a compact Ryobi battery pack and no-frills charger, and get a free radio controlled truck? Cool!
Their Airstrike brad nailer is also on sale, at $99 for the bare tool.
Magnetic Stereo Speaker: $20
Husky 31″ 1-drawer mechanics cart: $99 (in-store only)
Husky 26″ 10-drawer tool storage combo: $278 (in-store only)
Husky 36″ 12-drawer tool storage combo: $349
Husky 52″ 15-drawer tool storage combo: $598
Husky 46pc stubby tool set: $15
Husky 65pc mechanics tool set: $30
Husky 111pc mechanics tool set: $50
Husky 230pc mechanics tool set: $99
Husky 2pc groove joint pliers: $10
Husky 14pc screwdriver set: $15
Husky 2-pack reflective ratcheting tie down set: $7
Husky 2-pack 500 lumens LED flashlights: $20
Husky 3pc utility knife set: $10
Husky 10pc 3/8″ ratchet and socket set: $10
Husky 11pc 1/4″ ratchet and socket set: $10
Husky 10″ tool bag or 16″ tool box: $5 (in-store only)
While not shown here, some of the new Husky mechanics tool sets in Home Depot’s gift centers this year are regular sets but with bonus tools included. The displays say something like “+ 38 more tools.”
Porter Cable 6 gallon air compressor: $99 (Also at Amazon)
Porter Cable 6 gallon air compressor and nailer kit: $199 (Also at Amazon)
Porter Cable 18 gauge brad nailer: $50 (Also at Amazon)
Porter Cable 21° framing nailer: $129 (Compare at Amazon)
That Ridgid air compressor looks familiar, but I can’t find previous mention of it in our post archives. It looks to have a very compact footprint.
Dewalt 25′ tape measure 2-pack: $15
Bosch 30′ self-leveling cross-line laser: $40 (Similar product at Amazon)
Bosch 65′ laser distance measuring tool: $40 (Also at Amazon)
Gerber Suspension multi-tool: $20 (Compare at Amazon)
Avanti 2-pack 12″ saw blades: $35
Anvil 14pc spring clamp set: $5
HDX 2-pack interlocking organizers: $10
1/5 HP Air Mover/Carpet Dryer: $60
$40 for a Bosch self-leveling cross-line laser looks to be a very good deal.
Gorilla Ladders 20″ aluminum work platform with 250 lb capacity: $20
Husky 3 pairs of medium-duty work gloves: $15
Husky 4-tier heavy duty steel storage shelf: $129
Ryobi 18V hybrid air blower kit: $70
I’ve been testing a Gorilla Ladders work platform, and they’re very good. $20 for this 250 lb capacity model seems like a good buy.
27 gallon tote: $7
Gorilla ladders 3-step stool, type II 225 lb capacity: $10
Diablo 7-1/4″ 24T framing saw blade 2-pack (similar single blade): $10
So, what do you think about Home Depot’s Black Friday tool deals for 2017?
There are a few surprises, but I was also hoping for a little more. There are Leatherman Rev multi-tool displays on the sales floors, but I was hoping for a Skeletool sale, or maybe a Sidekick, as in recent years.
No Husky insulated screwdrivers this year? I thought that was a very good buy that I wanted to recommend again.
But overall, the deals are solid, and there are certainly some “take my money!!!” deals. There will also be some “Pro Black Friday” deals that many of you will probably find appealing. I’ll post more about those once details are made available.
Shop Now(Home Depot Tool Deals Page)
Some of the deals are already live.