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Promoted 05-21-2015 by slickdewmaster at 11:58 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (P882) on sale for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks brisar


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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit receives 4.7 stars out of 5 stars with nearly 800 customer reviews from Home Depot. -slickdewmaster

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Last Edited by DeepWaters May 26, 2015 at 09:06 PM
From Post #85

They also have Super Combo and Ultimate Combo kits on sale. They may be attractive if you need more!

Not sure if they're permanently shifting to this price, since they're both marked "new lower price" rather than a sale.
  • Ryobi 18-Volt One+ Super Combo Kit ($129) [homedepot.com]
    • Drill
    • Reciprocating saw
    • Circular saw
    • Worklight
    • 2 batteries, 1 charger
    • Large bag
    • Compared to $99 deal: $30 more gets you reciprocating saw, circular saw, worklight, and large bag but you LOSE the impact driver. Driver only (no battery) goes for $79. ::sigh::...marketing...
  • Ryobi 18-Volt One+ Ultimate Combo Kit ($259) [homedepot.com]
    • Drill
    • Impact driver
    • Reciprocating saw
    • Circular saw
    • JobPlus with multi-tool attachment
    • Worklight
    • 2 batteries, 1 charger
    • Large bag
    • Compared to $99 deal: $160 more gets you reciprocating saw, circular saw, jobplus, and large bag (and you keep the impact driver).

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In what situations would I really need the driver for? This seems like a great deal.
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In what situations would I really need the driver for? This seems like a great deal.
Driving screws, driving lag bolts, driving nuts onto carriage bolts.... You can drive screws with the drill, but once you have the impact you probably rarely will again.
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Same price as last year. In for one with 5% cashback from urlhasbeenblocked.com and $15 off $75 Amex sync offer!
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Driving screws, driving lag bolts, driving nuts onto carriage bolts.... You can drive screws with the drill, but once you have the impact you probably rarely will again.

Thank you. I have one more question. I already have a 20v pole pruner from black and decker, how does Ryobi compare to B&D?
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Driving screws, driving lag bolts, driving nuts onto carriage bolts.... You can drive screws with the drill, but once you have the impact you probably rarely will again.
Yeah...longer screws, lag bolts, etc...or tougher/thicker materials. The impact driver gives you WAY more torque. It would be overkill for something like hanging a picture or mirror, but you could still use it. You just wouldn't want to pull the trigger all the way back.
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Thank you. I have one more question. I already have a 20v pole pruner from black and decker, how does Ryobi compare to B&D?
Ryobi is probably a step up from B&D...but at the risk of sounding rude, they're both on the lower end as far as brands go.
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Thank you. I have one more question. I already have a 20v pole pruner from black and decker, how does Ryobi compare to B&D?
Ryobi offers very good bang for the buck IMO, especially at this sale price. I think you'd have to jump up to around $200 to get to the next level in quality.
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Be forewarned, I started with this deal last fathers day. actually this deal plus a harbor freight 20% match. One year later I have 10+ more Ryobi tools now. It's a good enough line for homeowners. Just be warned that aside from this drill/driver, you may want to research what battery line you want to become invested in. I would have given at least a second thought to Ridgid, just because of their lifetime warranty.

Quote from rjohmit View Post :
Ryobi is probably a step up from B&D...but at the risk of sounding rude, they're both on the lower end as far as brands go.
I would respectfully agree with this sentiment.
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Last edited by Beardown34 May 21, 2015 at 09:41 AM
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Quote from rjohmit View Post :
Yeah...longer screws, lag bolts, etc...or tougher/thicker materials. The impact driver gives you WAY more torque. It would be overkill for something like hanging a picture or mirror, but you could still use it. You just wouldn't want to pull the trigger all the way back.
Quote from rjohmit View Post :
Ryobi is probably a step up from B&D...but at the risk of sounding rude, they're both on the lower end as far as brands go.
Quote from RugerRedhawk View Post :
Ryobi offers very good bang for the buck IMO, especially at this sale price. I think you'd have to jump up to around $200 to get to the next level in quality.
Thanks for all your answers, reps to all Smilie

I'm just looking for my first cordless drill, which I will use maybe a few times a month. But I also want just one brand that has various tools, like a string trimmer, lawnmower that can share batteries!
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Last edited by jmor May 21, 2015 at 09:51 AM
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It's significantly more money...almost double this sale price on the Ryobi. But if you can afford it, I would strongly consider this RIDGID set. They're better tools...and they have a lifetime warranty, including free battery replacement (must be purchased at HD to get the lifetime warranty).

I would be buying this RIDGID set if I hadn't gotten a DeWalt drill / impact combo for $10 from Lowes.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID.../205762719
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Last edited by rjohmit May 21, 2015 at 09:46 AM
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It's significantly more money...almost double this sale price. But if you can afford it, I would strongly consider this RIDGID set. They're better tools...and they have a lifetime warranty, including free battery replacement (must be purchased at HD to get the lifetime warranty).

http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID.../205762719
Definitely a good set, just depends on budget. Certainly no deck, shed, addition or other typical home renovation that the ryobi won't handle fine though.
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Quote from Beardown34 View Post :
One year later I have 10+ more Ryobi tools now. It's a good enough line for homeowners. Just be warned that aside from this drill/driver, you may want to research what battery line you want to become invested in. I would have given at least a second thought to Ridgid, just because of their lifetime warranty.
Yeah this is a consideration too...once you buy into one of these brands, you'll want to buy their other tools that use the same batteries. Otherwise you're dealing with (and lugging around) a bunch of different batteries and chargers, which is a pain in the a$$.
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