HAHA, Nope. I'm a subcontractor and I work on Lowe's computers all over the
place. My loyalty lies to just one BORG, the one it's named after. Big
Orange Retail Giant. Besides I can walk to HD, I'd get run over walking to
"Cartoons don't have any deep meaning.
They're just stupid drawings that give you a cheap laugh."
There are a lot of great buys at HF. Usually, they have multiple ads
going at once plus our local store will match catalog and internet prices.
As someone else mentioned, make sure you locate an ad since the items on
the shelf are not always labeled with the sale prices (even though they
ring up correctly at the register). Anyway, one item I'd definately
recommend that's currently on sale is their 60-tooth 10" blades for $10.
Here's a link to the blade:
I've bought about 7-8 of them and use them pretty much for everything now.
When they get dull, I just chuck em. Much easier than dealing with
I believe a combination blade is one which works well at both ripping
and cross-cutting. I have these blades on my tablesaw, my miter saw,
and my radial arm saw and have found that they work well for me in
all three places.
I'll buy that, but what about that blade that makes it do both? Most every
blade I ever saw with uniform tooth spacing and expecially at that count,
was listed as crosscut or plywood blade. I was just trying to learn sumpin.
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