I Bought Another Pallet of Home Depot Tool Returns for $3,400

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I Bought Another Pallet of Home Depot Tool Returns for $3,400, was it worth it.....?

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All Comments (21)
  • @benwagoner9741
    For the tools, why not see if there are any local schools that could use them? Or even if there are kids who are in wood shop classes to get them started, they might want them. Great video!
  • @rclarenceboyce
    That Ryobi mattress inflator is one of the most used tools in my shop. I use it to blow off dust and shavings off everything. It's way quicker than a bench brush and way more convenient than using an air compressor.
  • @CamRob_56
    I work at Lowe’s so we get some real doozies of returns. A lot of the cashiers are not taught to check product (I assume to avoid confrontation with aggressive customers). Once we got a 5 gallon bucket of paint, that was actually just water, tools kits returned with no batteries or chargers and a whole lot of buy one get one, where the buy one was returned. One time after a pretty bad rain we sold like 25 shop vacs and got like 10 returned I assumed after being used thoroughly.
  • @JamesLee-uz2cm
    Since being injured and being declared disabled 6 years ago I've been doing absolutely nothing. I've been watching these videos....I think I'll clean out space in the garage and hit up yard sales for tools to start woodworking. Hopefully by spring I'll be making stuff! Being a former chef I wanna make my own custom cutting board!
  • @PMichaels
    School wood shops or drama departments would love those tools! Also, community theater groups might want some too. My son is in high school theater and they are always looking for extra drills, drivers, saws, and bits. That would be a wonderful gesture by you! Nice video!
  • @camwinstone
    The guy who invented the Black and Decker Workmate lived local to me and he was a very rich man. He negotiated a small royalty for each Workmate sold and they sold a lot. Also in the ‘80s DeWalt bought Swiss power tool company Elu. Their colour was charcoal grey with orange highlights like switches, these also became B&D professional, colour, all black and DeWalt. I still have a 20 year old 1/2 inch DeWalt router that is an Elu, still working great.
  • @twindadcreations
    Every episode gives me another reason to be baffled by the fact that John still has all of his appendages.
  • @leenoah1505
    My husband worked 12 years at Walmart. His favorite "return" story: A 12 year old Weber grill brought back with hot dogs still rolling around inside it - and they gave the customer money back! 😳
  • @faheem_786
    I just went down a rabbit hole and watched a guy make table lamps using epoxy and LEDs and I thought of something epic because I've binge watched so many of your videos over the last month. Imagine a cave table filled with blue epoxy to look like water and a light fitted underneath it so it looks like an underwater cave? 🤯 You could even add little details to like seaweed or algae it would literally be the most epic thing ever. You are the one who could pull this off John I believe in you sir. I really love the channel by the way you guys bring personality to the videos and make them fun which is so awesome as opposed to hearing someone talking over a time lapse which can be boring at times.
  • @Raibeart4
    I don't understand why people hate on Ryobi so much. My stepdad still has the cordless Ryobi tools from when they came out in the 90's, they still work and they have taken a beating. He used to be a carpenter. I have several Ryobi tools. My drill has been dropped from 8ft+ several times. I drop f bombs like crazy when it happens but the drill still works like brand new. My wife and I have a house that was built in 1881 and it constantly needs work. Ryobi is my go to because of it's affordable price and Ryobi is extremely reliable.
  • @siebe41
    The ryobi inflator for the air mattress is a great little tool. I use it to blow off work surfaces in my shop instead of firing up the air compressor.
  • @joevillinger9907
    Love your videos. Watching them has made me get back into woodworking. Thank you
  • I could use the 10 Amp batteries. Pallet videos are fun to watch when it's not hole saws.
  • Hey John. I look forward to your show each week. From the builds to the boxes and all the shenanigans in between. If you haven’t found a home for some of that dewalt stuff I will gladly pay for it. I am only 2.5hrs from Pittsburgh area. Keep up the fun and entertainment.
  • @vegasmainiac7745
    I work for a big box home improvement store so I watch for the tool deals. Corporate does some wild stuff with pricing, they'll clearance a bunch of stuff down to ridiculous prices for like a day then shoot them back up to regular price. I grab em when they're low and resell them. I got 6 Dewalt hammer drill impact driver sets with a regular and max battery just like the one you got for $79 each. I resold all but one for $150 each, all went in 2 days. Chaching!
  • @lisacatlin8161
    I just discovered your channel tonight and subscribed after the first episode. I am a fairly new woodworker, having graduated from San Diego State University at the age of 58 in May 2022! I am setting up a small shop in my 2 car garage and am checking out tools I need at home. I've never heard about palette auctions so I'm going to check them out. Your show is top-notch and very well done!
  • @kariko07
    That “Yeeaaah, you’re different” Brilliant!!
  • @cedricvanasch587
    loved the "yeah you're different" when holding his hand near a working chainsaw :D crazy guy
  • @balsqueak
    Dewalt is owned by Stanley Black and Decker. Ryobi is usually great for the price point. They're owned by TTI, who owns Millwaukee. TTI also manufactures Rigid. There’s a ton of rebranding type stuff and tech sharing going on with those brands and you can totally get a great tool for cheap.