We came across a couple of Klein Tools Black Friday deals for 2021, and they’re both pretty compelling.
There are two “special buy” bundles – a voltage detecting and testing kit, and a screwdriver bundle set. The included tools are a bit different (and more premium from what I can) than previous years’ deal bundles. As usual, they’re both really good values.
In addition to these special holiday season tool bundles, there are two new discount offers. If you come across any other Klein Tool promos, please let us know in comments!
Klein Tools – Buy More, Save More
Home Depot has a new “buy more, save more” deal on Klein Tools. It’s definitely worth a look, although there are only 16 eligible items at the moment.
- $7 off $70+
- $15 off $100+
- $30 off $150+
- $50 off $200+
You get the maximum savings when you just meet each tier’s spending threshold, with equivalent discounts from 10% up to $25%.
Klein Tools – Save $7 off $70+
Amazon has a similar promo, and they say there are more than 200 qualifying SKUs.
Klein Tools 3pc Screwdriver Set – $19.88
This is one of the few times in history where a brand’s “$X in value” claims are spot-on. Klein says this set gives you $34 in value for $20. If you were to buy the screwdrivers separately at Amazon, it’d set you back nearly $36.
I’ve purchased the 4-in-1 screwdriver and used variations of the full-size and stubby screwdrivers before, all with great results so far. I’d be all over this if I didn’t already have a drawer and tool bag full of Klein multi-bit screwdrivers.
If you need a couple of good multi-bit screwdrivers, this set covers the full gamut at a great price.
- Compare 10-in-1 at Amazon – $14.98
- Compare 4-in-1 at Amazon – $9.97
- Compare Stubby at Amazon – $10.97
Klein Tools 3pc Voltage and GFCI Outlet Tester Kit – $29.88
Here’s another example of a brand hitting the nail on the head with their value claims. This set comes with a voltage tester, non-contact voltage tester with built-in flashlight, and a GFCI receptacle tester with large backlit LCD display. It would cost you ~$59 to pick up the same combination of tools from Amazon.
As with the screwdriver bundle, this is a good buy if at least 2 of the 3 tools are already on your shopping list.
- Compare ET45 Voltage Tester – $9.99
- Compare NCVT3P at Amazon – $28.97
- Compare RT250 Outlet Tester – $19.97
Funny, that 6 in 1 is actually a 10 in 1. Nice screwdrivers. The precision one spins so smoothly. The only other driver (that I have) with a spin cap that smooth is the iFixit one. $19.88 is definitely a good price.
6 bit tips
3 nutdriver sockets
1 hex driver
I originally described it as a 6-in-1, because that’s what some product pages list it as, but Klein described it as a 10-in-1 in their packaging card details.
Klein’s precision screwdrivers are great!
HNS Tools – doing a 5% off sale on Fiber Optic Tools:
Use code FIBER
Thanks. Been waiting for this. I need a new non-contact voltage tester so for $10 more I might as well get 2 other tools.
I’ll pick up both if they still exist at my local HD and give as gifts. Just bought multiple Klein bundles (Toner-Pro and Probe-Pro Kit, VDV Scout Pro 3 Tester Kit, etc.) that you had advised were good deals in an earlier post. When compared to Amazon, I saved quite a bit. Thanks Stuart.
Tried to purchase the voltage tester set for pickup TWICE this morning (both stores indicated inventory of +20), both times my order was cancelled by the store approximately 45 min. later.
Just ordered ship to store. I’m guessing that will be cancelled in the next couple of hours.
Voltage tester set is now showing as $56.91
I still see $29.88. My guess is that your stores didn’t put their displays out yet. I only found this at one of my stores so far. If you see a different price online, try changing your zip code or selecting a different store.
The tester kit for me is NOT available for ship to store or pickup at all – it says “buy in store” and “ship to home for free with $45+ order”.
The screwdriver set for is is available for store pickup and “ship to home for free with $45+ order.”
I do see them at $29.88 at other zip codes. Ship to store is still showing as received and processing, but the date for store delivery went from Friday to Monday, Nov 15. Maybe that’s the day they’re supposed to put them out…? Ah, the adventure!
It’s possible that’s when “Pro Black Friday” is scheduled for.
I always search for the displays in electrical ahead of time, and they find their way to the main aisle close to Black Friday.