Every year certain tools predictably fly off store shelves between Black Friday and Christmas. Multi-tools. Flashlights. Cordless drills and drivers. There are several sub-$40 cordless drill/driver options this year, a slew of $50-80 models, and an expanded selection of much better models at just under the $100 price point.
Bosch 18V Li-ion drill kit: $99 via Lowes BUY
Craftsman 19.2V XCP Li-ion drill kit: $99.99 via Sears BUY
Craftsman 19.2V Li-ion drill kit (2x batteries): $99.99 via Sears BUY
Craftsman 19.2V Li-ion drill & impact driver kit: $90 via Sears BUY
Dewalt 18V NiCad drill kit: $99 via Amazon, Home Depot, Lowes
Hitachi 18V Li-ion drill kit: $99 via Amazon BUY
Makita 18V Li-ion drill kit: $99 via Home Depot BUY
Milwaukee 18V Li-ion drill kit: $99 via Home Depot BUY
Ridgid Fuego 18V Li-ion drill kit: $99 via Home Depot BUY
Ryobi 18V One+ Li-ion drill & impact driver kit: $99 via Home Depot BUY
Skil 18V Li-ion drill kit: $76 after instant discount via Amazon BUY
And don’t forget about coupon codes SEARS2012 and BFHD2012 which take off an extra $5 off $50+ orders at Sears and Home Depot. For the time all of these models ship for free and are also available for free in-store pickup.
Dewalt’s $99 NiCad drill kit deal pops up at many retailers ahead of Father’s Day and the winter holidays, but when’s the last time you saw 18V Li-ion cordless drill/driver kits by Bosch, Makita, Ridgid, and Milwaukee for under $100?