Top 2 Trending Tool Deals for November 2019
Why is it trending? 
In order to determine this list we look at three factors:
  1. Is the item discounted off of the original price and by how much?
  2. Has there been a recent price drop?
  3. What does the aggregate shopping behavior of Honey users tell us about the popularity of this product?
Using these data points, our custom algorithm dynamically updates the list.

There was a $5.00 price reduction, bringing the price down to $59.88, resulting in savings of 8%.

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Tool Deals, Offers, and Tips

Best Time to Buy Tools - If you like to plan ahead, then one great way to save on tools and equipment is by purchasing specialty tools at the end of their respective seasons. For instance, if you’re looking for indoor woodworking tools, try buying them in February and March when it’s the end of the Winter season. The same goes for outdoor yard and garden tools, which you can find the best deals on towards the end of the Summer season. If you don’t need the tool immediately but want to plan in advance for a project down the road, acquire your tools and equipment at the end of the season they’re typically used in. Or, if you need to use your tools sooner, see if you can buy at the zenith of special sales events. Father’s Day sales come up in the beginning of June, and Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales occur towards the end of November, where you can nab a new set of tools and equipment for between 30% to 50% off standard retail price!

Buy Combo Kits - Whether you’re building out a new tool shed or replacing equipment on your workbench, consider purchasing in combo kit packages. This way, you can stock up on all your necessary tools in a variety of sizes and fittings for just a fraction of the price of buying them individually. Combo kits for power tools will also provide a rechargeable battery that is compatible with every power tool in the package, and you’ll end up saving around 30% on per-item cost. So, instead of starting your new tool box piece-by-piece, acquire your tools in a range of combo kits for the best overall bargain.

Buy with Brand and Store Loyalty - When starting out your tool, power tool and equipment collection, do some research first to find out which manufacturer’s products are the most suited to your liking and situated within the most comfortable price range. This will come in handy because once you start buying from a particular manufacturer, you should really commit to this brand to enjoy the most savings over time. Once you’re in a manufacturer’s ecosystem, it is more affordable to remain loyal to this brand than to have products from multiple makers. This is especially true with power tools, which can often times employ different battery platforms for different manufacturers. If you stick with one maker, you can use your rechargeable battery over all of your tools. The same goes for the store you choose to shop at. Stores like Home Depot, Ace Hardware and Sears offer loyalty rewards programs where you can earn and accrue credit to use on your next purchase.
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