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Worn-out Drill Exchange at Home Depot

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There’s not much better than to give something with little value only to receive something useful in return. You have to admit that old, worn-out and non-working drills hanging around the shop are of little value , except maybe as paperweights. But if you stop in to your local Home Depot, you can turn those deadbeats into a nice little discount on a new Lithium-ion drill.

The “Home Depot Power Drill Trade In, Trade Up” event began on October 25th and runs through Sunday, November 8th. The event offers customers the chance to bring in their used or broken power drills and get 15 percent off a new Lithium-ion powered drill.

So gather up those old nickel-cadmium or nickel-metal-hydride powered drills, regardless of make or manufacturer, and get a discount off a new drill. You’ll be cleaning your shop and greening up the environment by doing something that’s eco-friendly.

And if you’re so lucky as to not having any deadbeat drills ripe for the recycle bins, give me a call. I’ll bet we can rustle up a trade-in or two.

– Glen D. Huey

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  • Glen

    For all our Canadian readers, I’m afraid you’ll have to cross the border to take advantage of this trade-in event. But you never know. This is a pilot program and it may spread across the border sometime in the future.

  • cronejp

    Is it safe to assume that this trade in deal is only for USA Home Depot locations? There isn’t any information on the Home Depot Canada website.

    I’ve got an old black and decker that holds its charge for about 90 seconds that is just begging for a tradein on a new bosch litheon…

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