Home Depot Cyber Monday 2023 tool deals are LIVE.
Today’s tool deals focus on Dewalt, Milwaukee, Ridgid, and Ryobi, and there are a couple of other brands mixed in.
Home Depot’s Cyber Monday sale ends at 3am EST 11/28/23 unless supplies sell out sooner.
Following are the deals I found most noteworthy, but there are plenty more. Let us know what you think about these deals in the comments section below.
I have used Milwaukee’s compact cordless stapler kit for many projects over the years. It’s awesome and works very well for driving in T50-sized staples. At $99 for the tool plus a complete starter kit, what are you waiting for?
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen this Atomic impact driver and PowerStack battery starter kit bundle in a Home Depot tool deal of the day. It’s – in my opinion – an unbeatable combination.
This is a pretty good deal. If you also want the SAE sockets, the combo tool set is a $99 special buy right now.
Or get this Dewalt compact mechanics tool set for just $23. You don’t need to buy into the ToughSystem to use it – plop it into a drawer and you’re set.
You get a lot for your money with this set – a clamp meter, non-contact voltage tester, a receptacle tester with GFCI, and a AC/DC voltage tester. Plus there’s a buy more, save more deal for anyone who has a bunch of Klein tools on their shopping list.
This isn’t really prime power cleaning season for most of the country. Other than possibly not being able to test it anytime soon, this looks to be a good deal.
Dewalt’s is my favorite and most-used cordless inflator. I have mainly used my test sample on tires and pool toys once or twice a year. It has high pressure and high volume settings, two types of hoses, and a couple of nozzle accessories.
The latest Atomic-series brushless drill kit was already a good buy. Now it’s even better, as you get a bonus bit kit at no extra cost.
Look no further if you need a brushless impact wrench with hog ring anvil.
The 3/8″ version is kitted with a battery – but no charger – for slightly more money.
If you’re working with wood and need more than a cordless sander, there are a bunch of tools included in Milwaukee’s “buy a starter kit get a free tool” promo.
The straight grinder was on sale yesterday. If you want to complete the set, or prefer a right angle grinder, this version’s now on sale. Personally I find right angle die grinders more useful.
“Happy Holidays, here’s a mud mixer.” The tool-only is $219, whereas the tool with a battery is $179.
Now this combo makes sense. Chances are that if you need a cordless framing naiker, you could use a brushless circular saw.
With this deal, you get a drywall cut-out tool plus a starter kit, and for far less than most brands’ tool-only option.
I guess we can call this a “weekend warrior” automotive 3-tool combo kit. If you just want an impact wrench, Home Depot has a different promo where you can get a more powerful Ridgid 18V brushless impact wrench kit for $149.
I’ve had good experiences with this vac. Milwaukee sent over an early production sample when it first came out, and it remains my go-to for most portable cleaning tasks.
A tool like this make frustrating tasks just a little easier. Usually.
While I’m sure these aren’t the best cordless string trimmer or blower out there, it’s hard to argue with the price.
Cordless blowers produce less noise than any comparably sized gas engine blowers I have ever heard. This one’s designed to be even quieter.
There are a couple of Champion generators on sale. All of the models seem to have pretty good reviews – how do you feel about this brand?.
There are more deals than these – be sure to check out the full list of deals of the day, and then take a peek at the PRO tool deals of the week.