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Harbor Freight and Hobby Lobby are two places you need to know your prices. Like Hobby Lobby has a gallon of regular Elmers white glue for 25.95 where Walmart has the same gallon for 12.95 or less and Harbor Freight has this add for a new product for 29.95 Last Thursday we bought the same type only 2 led 5000 lumens for 19.95 at Walmart. And this type with the metal covering the top of the bulb is not as good as the fixtures that have only the box and no reflector so the light will shine on the ceiling also which helps light up the area much better. I put the good kind in my shop and this kind in wife's shop...I replaced a fixture for her that had the starter go bad and the starter would have cost more than the new fixture with led bulbs and all of her fixtures have the older duller bulbs.....but at that time the LED T 8's were not available. Don't know how many people as versed on all the types of Led replacement bulbs there are and what might be the best for anyone. Especially if you already have T 8's but with the older dimmer bulbs. Well I found 1000 bulbs.com has some real good clear explanations for the 4 or 5 types available. All the items a person can get from both Hobby Lobby and a regular store the regular store prices are almost always cheaper... We didn't figure in the 40% discount on any one item if you take a picture of the discount thingy to show the clerks so I don't know how that figures in... but something we started to get the other day we decided to go to Lowes or HD and it was much cheaper than HL..
Ok---be easy on me--- Beside throwing them into the garbage Has anyone found an acceptable way to recycle/up cycle these "nominally effective" POS HF clamps??? the pads for other clamps? The pins in case you need them the bars for ?? etc. talking the bar clamps not the "F" style screw clamps be easy please
I needed a quick workbench so I could set up for gun maintenance and reloading away from the dust of the woodshop. The wood bench with four drawers and a vice looked like it would do the job and it was $119.00 with a coupon. The first one I picked up the top was totally destroyed beyond repair. After a trip to HF for a replacement I put it together easily by not reading the instructions. About a half hour and some extra screws and glue it is surprisingly very sturdy and will fit my needs. All that is left is assemble the drawers and mount my reloading equipment. Someday I will build a better one and donate this one to Habitat. My rating: 4.5 stars for quality and assembly and -1.5 for packaging.