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sunnyeg 44 94 May 16, 2016 at 09:21 PM in Tools (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 05-17-2016 by Discombobulated at 05:31 AM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has Ryobi One+ P1890 18V Impact Wrench Kit on sale for $119. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks sunnyeg

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary.

Includes
  • Ryobi One+ P261 3-Speed 1/2" Impact Wrench
  • Ryobi P118 Dual Chemistry Charger
  • Ryobi P180 18V One+ High Capacity Lithium+ Battery

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Written by Discombobulated

The Ryobi 18V One+ Impact Wrench offers up to 300 ft.lbs of torque and up to 3,200 impacts per minutes allowing you to use this tool for a variety of heavy duty applications. Also features a three-speed selector switch and tribeam LED lights. Great price for this unit as it includes the battery & charger


Product is not sold in stores. Cannot be shipped to the following state(s): AK, GU, HI, PR, VI. - Discombobulated

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Edited May 17, 2016 at 05:28 AM by BostonGirl
Looks a very good deal

This kit includes newer version impact wrench P261, P118 dual chemistry charger and P108 18-Volt ONE+ 4 ah high capacity lithium+ battery.
linky [homedepot.com]


Bare tool P261 alone sells for $119
P261 Bare Tool [homedepot.com]
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#3
Not sure if it is considered a good deal because i already have tons of batteries, but I prob will be in for one
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I was at home depot today, there were lots of Ryobi power tool sets on sale
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I've been wanting this for some time and was holding out for a Special Buy, thanks OP!
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That battery retails for $99 by itself
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thanks. in for 1
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Quote from TravisO2 View Post :
That battery retails for $99 by itself
laugh out loudlaugh out loud So this price is not bad.
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Quote from egaeug View Post :
laugh out loudlaugh out loud So this price is not bad.
Yeah, thats a good price !
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Been thinking about rotating my tires at home. Is this more than good enough for that purpose?
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Quote from F1Racer View Post :
Been thinking about rotating my tires at home. Is this more than good enough for that purpose?
For your Formula One street legal racecar?
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You'll need an impact socket to match your vehicle's lugs.


Here are youtube reviews [youtube.com] of this impact wrench


Includes:
P261 3-speed 1/2 in. impact wrench
P118 dual chemistry charger
P108 18-Volt ONE+ high capacity 4Ah lithium+ battery

Read the Home Depot reviews on this tool only [homedepot.com].


If anyone wanted to add an Impact Wrench to their tools, this would be an excellent deal. No need to source a battery or charger. No need to match your established cordless set. Homeowners would rarely use it. Most people rarely use these. One battery is all you'll need. So definitely worth the purchase price. I'm sure Ryobi will have deals on batteries several times this year at HD, they always do.
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Last edited by WildflowerGuru May 17, 2016 at 04:37 AM
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Quote from F1Racer View Post :
Been thinking about rotating my tires at home. Is this more than good enough for that purpose?
Might have to break them first with a tire iron, and make sure to have a torque wrench to torque them when you are done.
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Quote from TravisO2 View Post :
That battery retails for $99 by itself

Is this the same battery?

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../204321540

I got 2 at a "special buy" price of $85
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FYI, for those that prefer those (4ah) batteries, like I do. HD usually has those on "special buy" 2-3Xs a year for $99 for 2 of the batteries. And, for whatever reason, the last time (January, I think) they were $79 for 2 (yes, $79 for 2 of the big 4ah batteries).
My only beef about this line of tools is with the batteries. The quality level is poor. I usually write the month/year on each battery and all the time i have batteries that die @9-12 months (maybe I should save those receipts better). But, I have a few batteries for over 4 yrs that still run really strong.
Problems aside, I use these tools all the time and I love this system. Next on my list is their garage door opener (they are really on to something). Oh, and now this tool (thanks OP), this one one of the few tools I DON'T have).
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Been thinking about rotating my tires at home. Is this more than good enough for that purpose?
It should be. Before I graded my air impact, it delivered 400 ft/#s. Though I set it on max to remove lug nuts, I always set it on "2" out of "4" (manual said that was = to about 200 ft/#s). Every few times I used it I would check with a "4-way" tire iron and found that it felt snug enough to stay tight yet, would allow my wife or daughter to remove them if there was an emergency. (using the "2" setting was a good way to ensure equal pressure).
This is definitely what i will be using them for.
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