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What was your first points redemption?

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  • #413458
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    Nothing so far. Still saving up

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    #413496
    DirtyWhiteBoy
    Pro
    Honolulu,, Hi.

    I also started out with the PowerB0XX PB360S.

    Dirty

    A Working Pro since 1988!

    Member since January 26, 2013.

    #413525
    r-ice
    Pro
    Durham region, ON

    It was the Bosch heated jacket. Asa person who lives in a snow covered area I knew that was what I wanted first.

    #413544
    58Chev
    Pro
    Etobicoke, ON

    I redeemed for the Starter kit SKC120-202L and the FL12.
    No regrets, the FL12 has become the most used hand held flash light in the home. I have to get a couple more as even my wife likes to use it.

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    #413553
    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    My first redemption was the PS22 brushless drill driver.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #413584
    smallerstick
    Pro
    North Bay, ON

    12v brushless driver kit. I have never looked back on that redemption.

    PS22 or PS32? Have the 22 and love it. Considering the PS32, but already have the PS31 (really not a fan of it either) and all the 18v drills, so I suppose I wont be getting it. PS22 now – my favourite for when I dont need an impact

    PS22 was my first … PS32 my second. Gotta say I wouldn’t part with either one.

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    #413589

    12v brushless driver kit. I have never looked back on that redemption.

    PS22 or PS32? Have the 22 and love it. Considering the PS32, but already have the PS31 (really not a fan of it either) and all the 18v drills, so I suppose I wont be getting it. PS22 now – my favourite for when I dont need an impact

    PS22 was my first … PS32 my second. Gotta say I wouldn’t part with either one.

    Maybe its because I already have a bunch of drills, but I really am not impressed by the Ps31 (or 41 really) maybe the brushless ones are that much better. The PS22 is a great tool. The ps31 and 41 are left on the shelf while the DDS182 (which replaced a 181) and IDH182 get all the use. They are so light, they feel about the same as the 12v, but so much smoother and more powerful.

    The 31 and 41 always feel like they’re straining to me, and take longer to drive – negating the weight benefit. Of the two though, the 41 gets some use – my 3 year old loves it. Its HIS “drill” (with an empty chuck)

    #413644

    baklader shorts. which I never wear anymore since I can’t wear shorts in the union.

    #413646

    I cannot remember — but I think it was the PowerBox 360…something I would typically never buy on my own. Glad I have it now, though. Love that thing.

    Orange County, CA

    #414349
    Dustincoc
    Pro
    Madrid, NY

    My first was the Powerbox 360s, Then the IDH182 Socket ready impact. No regets. I use the Impact all the time and the Powerbox anytime I’m in the shop.

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    #414365
    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    wow 50k for a 18V circ saw – thats pretty cool

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    #414391
    jponto07
    Moderator
    Bloomington, IN

    wow 50k for a 18V circ saw – thats pretty cool

    Where did you see that? The 18v saw with the L-box is 89,300 points…which is still an amazing deal, IMO.

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    #414527
    58Chev
    Pro
    Etobicoke, ON

    wow 50k for a 18V circ saw – thats pretty cool

    Where did you see that? The 18v saw with the L-box is 89,300 points…which is still an amazing deal, IMO.

    Page 1 of this thread. Dan posted up that’s what he redeemed for. Must have been way back in the beginning of time. LOL

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    #414554
    yellaD
    Pro

    LOL Where the tools made of stone?

    #414566
    r-ice
    Pro
    Durham region, ON

    wow 50k for a 18V circ saw – thats pretty cool

    Where did you see that? The 18v saw with the L-box is 89,300 points…which is still an amazing deal, IMO.

    Page 1 of this thread. Dan posted up that’s what he redeemed for. Must have been way back in the beginning of time. LOL

    wow! inflation so the cost of the tools must go up heh.

    #414605

    Nothing so far, but I’m new, and torn between waiting for a big item, and cashing in my points prior to potential inflation causing me to not achieve a bigger tool.

    W

    Will

    #414626
    yellaD
    Pro

    Nothing so far, but I’m new, and torn between waiting for a big item, and cashing in my points prior to potential inflation causing me to not achieve a bigger tool.

    W

    Me too, it’s tough to save for the big ones, there’s so many intermediate prizes that are awesome as well. Great deals.

    #414636

    What, we can redeem?? Lmao

    My first was a couple of L box 2s and a L box 1, I still can’t believe this place.

    #414645
    redwood
    Pro

    Like Scott, I can’t remember. It was either the 18V circ saw, 6″ sander, or the 360 radio.

    Yes, you newer guys were late getting on the boat. The point redemption costs were much lower then today. I don’t think there was anything over 100K. Though there were many fewer choices. You could also accumulate points much faster.

    Mark E.

    Pioneer, CA

    Working Pro 1972 - 2015
    Member since Jan 22, 2013
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    #414651
    Doobie
    Moderator

    Like Scott, I can’t remember. It was either the 18V circ saw, 6″ sander, or the 360 radio.

    Yes, you newer guys were late getting on the boat. The point redemption costs were much lower then today. I don’t think there was anything over 100K. Though there were many fewer choices. You could also accumulate points much faster.

    Sounds like the ‘good old days’ to some degree. Wish I would have been here sooner, still, I’m very happy with what is here.

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