Black & Decker 20V Cordless Drill Kit with 100pc Accessories Now $60 In-Store @ Canadian Tire (Was $150)!
Got pictures to hang but no tools? Here's a fantastic deal on a drill kit! In-stores at Canadian Tire right now, you can save $90 on the Black & Decker 20V lithium cordless drill kit, which also comes with 100 accessories. Originally priced at $149.99, it's now on sale for just $59.99!
- Click here to see this Black & Decker 20v drill kit @ CanadianTire.ca here
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July is notorious for being moving day, so whether you just moved or have been re-decorating, a drill kit is absolutely necessary for any home. Looking around, I found a Black & Decker 66pc hand tool and accessory drill kit on sale for $109.98 (reg. $190.39) at Amazon.ca. Great price as well for what it comes with but it really depends on what you need the tools for. The drill kit at Canadian Tire comes with all of the pieces that you may need to make nearly any hole. I like that it also comes with a hand-held screwdriver as those are definitely very handy in certain situations.
Out of 13 reviews on Canadian Tire's site, this drill kit also has a total of 4.1/5 stars! Here's what one reviewer had to say about it:
Drilled a hole on the wall in less than 2 minutes and tightened 6 screws without any efforts after bought it. The multi stage speed controlling is very smooth and makes no much noise, it's solid built, easy to handle and very good for home use. "
Another user titled his review with: "no more borrowing a drill from Dad", which made me chuckle. I have to admit that I, myself, was borrowing quite a few from my parents when I first moved out but it's definitely much less of a headache to get your own tools and accessories -- it saves you the headache of having to do things their way since it's their tools! :P
Don't forget that you can only get this item in-stores but my suggestion is that you check online first to make sure that there still is at least one drill kit in-stock before you head out. There's no way to reserve online but if you only see one left at your Canadian Tire store, then you could try giving them a call to see if they could put it aside for an hour. They may not do it but it's certainly worth a try as you wouldn't want to go there for nothing!
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