The Best Tool Deals of February 2022

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Best Tool Deals

Chloe Jeong / The Spruce

Having the best tool for the job can make a huge difference in your ability to do improvement work, and to do it right. After all, you don’t want to go through all the trouble to plan your home renovations and DIY projects, just to find that you can’t quite get there with your basic household kit. But the truth is, tools can get expensive—especially compact power tools that are easy to hold and use yet still deliver the power you need, which is why we looked for the very best tool deals.

If there’s a decent amount of home improvement work in your future, keeping an eye out for tool deals will help you snag what you need when the price is lowest—so you don't totally blow your renovation budget. Sometimes, you can find even better deals when you buy in bundles with batteries, charging stations, and more. It's a great time to add some tools to your collection for a fraction of their original price.

From drills and impact drivers to oscillating tools, nail guns, and more, these are the best tool deals you can find right now.

We update these sales weekly, but products go fast! If something is out of stock or no longer discounted, check back next week for a batch of new deals.

Bosch PS31 12 Volt Max 3/8 in. Cordless Drill/Driver Kit

Bosch PS31-2A 12-Volt Max Lithium-Ion 3/8-Inch 2-Speed Drill/Driver Kit with 2 Batteries, Charger and Case
Courtesy of

Normally $129, Now $99 at Amazon

This drill is absurdly light, weighing in at just over 2 pounds, and has a 7-inch head that makes it convenient for squeezing into small spaces. Yet it’s still powerful enough for many DIY jobs, with a maximum speed of 1,300 rpm and 265 inch-pounds of torque. The kit includes two batteries, which stay charged for longer than many comparable drills on the market.

The lowest price we've seen is $85 at Amazon.

BLACK+DECKER 20V Drill/Driver

20V Drill/Driver


Normally $60, Now $49

This compact, cordless drill is lightweight and perfect for all of your home DIY projects. With 115 pounds of torque and 650 rpm, you can use it to drill cleanly through drywall, metal, plastic, and wood. The ergonomic handle and lightweight design make it easy on your wrists, and an integrated LED light at the front of the drill illuminates your workspace.

The lowest price we've seen is $39.

Highever Magnetic Wristband, Perfect Stocking Stuffers for Men, Tool Belt Magnetic Wristband for Holding Screws, Nails, Drill Bits, Cool Gifts Gadgets for Men, Women, Dad, Husband, Carpenters

Highever Magnetic Wristband

Courtesy of Amazon

Normally $20, Now $15 at Amazon

If you don't want to worry about carrying a bunch of nails and screws around for your next home project, this magnetic wristband will keep them nearby. It's great for adjusting without having to leave your DIY setting, and you can carry a plethora of items thanks to 15 magnets and two pockets.

The lowest price we've seen is $11.

Katzco Chainsaw Sharpener File Kit

Katzco Chainsaw Sharpener File Kit

Courtesy of Amazon

Normally $32, Now $16

If you’re looking for an even more affordable (and non-electric) way to sharpen a chainsaw, this eight-piece file kit has everything you need to do it manually. The kit can be used on any chainsaw, and comes with three round fine-tooth files, a filing guide, depth-gauge tool, fine-tooth flat file, and a hardwood handle.

The lowest price we've seen is $13.

NuMax S2-118G2 Pneumatic 2-in-1 Brad Nailer

S2-118G2 Nail Gun


Normally $50, Now $41

This budget option comes with some decidedly high-end features, including the ability to use multiple types of nails and brads and a no-mar tip, which prevents the gun from digging in and damaging delicate trim. It’s a great choice for all your crown molding or baseboard installation needs around the house.

The lowest price we've seen is $25.

DEWALT DW660 5-Amp Rotary Tool

DW660 Rotary Tool


Normally $107, Now $61 at Amazon

30,000 rpm of drilling power meets anti-dust ingestion technology to make sure you can cut into your drywall without breathing in the accompanying particles. While this 3.2-pound Rotary Tool isn't cordless, 8 feet of cord helps ensure that you won't run out of cord length. Amazon offers a similar price.

The lowest price we've seen is $58.

PORTER-CABLE Oscillating Tool Kit

Porter Cable PCE605K52

Courtesy of Amazon

Normally $161, Now $134

With 52 accessories, a powerful 3-amp motor, and a depth and cutting guide, this oscillating tool kit is a proper toolkit workhorse. The quick-change system makes it easy to move from cutting to sanding without missing a beat. Yes, there’s a cord, but at 10 feet, you’ll still have enough flexibility to move around without feeling restricted.

Rockwell AW400 F80 Sonicrafter Oscillating Multi-Tool

F80 Oscillating Tool


Normally $160, Now $149

With a cutting load of 35 pounds and two angle options, this little 3-pound tool is dependable for everything from trimming precise cuts to slicing through metal pipes. Its 4.1-amp motor shifts seamlessly from slow to quick speeds—it runs from 10,000 to 19,000 opm—without stalling, so you can get the job done right.

The lowest price we've seen is $128.

DEWALT Lithium-Ion 4-1/2-Inch Grinder

Lithium Ion 4-1/2” grinder


Normally $139, Now $118

The cordless design makes this powerful angle grinder very portable and versatile. It’s great for a variety of projects, including construction, maintenance, and automotive work. The quick-change release makes it quick and easy to switch discs, and the 8,000-rpm motor provides all the power you need for cutting and grinding a variety of materials. Home Depot also offers a similar price.

The lowest price we've seen is $92.

DEWALT DW130V 1/2-inch Corded Drill

DeWalt 9-Amp 1/2-in Keyed Corded Drill

Courtesy of Lowe's 

Normally $225, Now $178 at Amazon

This drill might be lightweight, at just 7.5 pounds, but that definitely doesn’t mean you should underestimate its power. With a 9-amp, 120-volt motor with a variable speed range of 0 to 550 rpm, this drill provides 600 watts of power, giving it plenty of torque for all your mixing, drilling, and driving needs.

The lowest price we've seen is $167.

PORTER-CABLE Cordless Brad Nailer PCC790LA

Cordless Brad Nailer


Normally $229, Now $150

Battery-powered nail guns don’t offer as much power as their air-fueled cousins, but they’re more than enough for projects that use softer materials or shallower depths. This one is really easy to use and designed to be both portable (no cord) and comfortable to hold, thanks to the weight being centered near the handle. It comes with one battery, but you can get just the tool for $150.

This is the lowest price we've seen.

DEWALT Oscillating Tool Kit

Oscillating Tool Kit


Normally $219, Now $182

If you’re looking for a heavy-duty cutting tool, this one is a great pick. While most oscillating tools are 12 volts, this cordless one has 20, allowing it to slice through everything from sheetrock to wood to metal. This kit comes with 28 accessories, and the quick-change lever makes it quick and easy to swap between different blades. Amazon offers a similar price.

The lowest price we've seen is $125.

Craftsman V20 Cordless Drill Combo Kit CMCK401D2

V20 Cordless Drill Combo Kit


Normally $219, Now $199

It doesn't get much more convenient than a set of four tools that all recharge on one charger. This combo kit includes a 20-volt cordless drill with a 1/2-inch chuck and two variable speeds; a 20-volt cordless impact driver with a 1/4-inch chuck and 1,460 inch-pounds of torque; a 20-volt circular saw with a 6.5-inch blade spinning at 4,200 rpm; and a pivoting LED task light with 140 lumens.

The lowest price we've seen is $139.

RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit

RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit

 Courtesy of Home Depot

Normally $368, Now $199

With two batteries and a charger included, you'll never have to worry about running out of power with this cordless tool kit. As a bonus, nearly 175 different ONE+ tools work with this 18V battery.

The lowest price we've seen is $182.

Skil 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw

Skil 7-Inch Wet Tile Saw

Courtesy of Amazon

Normally $140, Now $86 at Amazon

If you’re looking for a way to cut small tiles for your bathroom or a kitchen backsplash project, you can’t go wrong with this compact wet saw. With a stainless-steel tabletop, blade cooling reservoir, an adjustable rip fence, and a miter gauge, it makes it easy to cut a variety of tiles and even make bevel cuts up to 45 degrees.

The lowest price we've seen is $74.

DEWALT 20-Volt Max Variable Speed Impact Driver

20-Volt Cordless Impact Driver


Normally $169, Now $99 at Home Depot

There’s nothing fancy about this impact driver, which makes it a great go-to option when you just want something that does its job reliably. The 20-volt driver can produce up to 1,400 inch-pounds of torque, but is still small enough to fit into cramped spaces. It also comes with a handy charging station so you’ll never run out of juice. Lowe's offers a similar price.

The lowest price we've seen is $94.

DEWALT DWE575SB Circular Saw

DWE575SB Circular Saw


Normally $159, Now $125 at Amazon

The top-notch laser guide built into this 15-amp saw makes it your best choice for cutting long pieces of wood without accidentally veering off course. A built-in dust blower keeps your line of sight clear, and a trigger-sensitive electric brake makes it easy to stop the blade quickly and efficiently. Amazon offers a similar price.

What Our Experts Say

"Shopping for tools can feel daunting, but if you know when to shop you can at least be assured you'll find a great deal, even if you have to decide on the brand first. While you can find a good deal on tools any time of year, the best time to look will be around holidays like Father's Day or the winter holidays, as they make great gifts and are often discounted to encourage shoppers. Additionally, be sure to watch around Black Friday as there also tend to be excellent offers during these sales as well." — Julie Ramhold, DealNews

Why Trust The Spruce?

Rebecca Isaacs has been an editor with the Spruce since April 2021 and enjoys scouring the internet for the latest home improvement deals. When she's not updating the best deals, she's swapping her keyboard for paintbrushes to renovate her own living spaces. She updates this page weekly.

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