Walmart isn’t exactly known as a tool destination, but they’ve got some decent Black Friday 2023 deals on tools and equipment.
Most of Walmart’s Black Friday tool deals are focused on Hart tools, which are essentially Ryobi tools specifically tailored to the needs – and price point appeal – of Walmart shoppers.
As a reminder, Hart is a Walmart-exclusive tool brand.
Black Friday 2023 Deal Guides
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This kit gives you a brushless 3/8″ ratchet, 2Ah battery, and a charger. As a bonus, the battery has a built-in USB port, allowing it to double as a portable power bank for charging your electronic devices.
It’s hard to have high expectations with a kit like this, but it does deliver a lot of capabilities for under a hundred bucks. Hart gives you a cordless drill, impact driver, reciprocating saw, flashlight, charger, and 2x Li-ion batteries.
One thing that surprised me is that the drill features a 1/2″ chuck. Normally at this type of price point smaller 3/8″ chucks are more common. Thumbs up to Hart for that.
Hart Cordless Hot Glue Gun Kit – $96.91
Glue sticks go in one end, and hot glue come out of the other.
The price seems good, considering that the kit gives you 2x 2Ah batteries. This lets you stick through longer projects without having to take a lengthy charging break.
There are a ton of different mechanics tool set options out there right now, especially at this price point. What sets this one apart is its organizational layout – two drawers and a top lid section, which seems convenient.
This looks to be the least expensive modular tool storage combo stack on the market right now.
A router – corded or cordless – can really elevate your woodworking projects, with decorate edges, functional grooves and dadoes, and more.
Less than $100 for the tool, battery, and charger seems excellent, even if it doesn’t seem to have a brushless motor.
It’s hard to ignore the value of an 18V/20V Max cordless circular saw with brushless motor and 7-1/4″ blade size that’s kitted with a charger and 4Ah battery for $129. This seems like a great buy.
It looks cheaper than the Ryobi 18V HP brushless kit that’s sold at Home Depot, but is considerably more affordable.
I was also surprised to see a brushless reciprocating saw kit with 4Ah battery at the same price.
A brushless angle grinder kit, too?
These all look to be decent deals for homeowners and DIYers with limited tool budgets and light duty needs.
Tired of lugging around an electric or gas engine-powered leaf blower? This cordless option looks reasonable for the money.