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Promoted 05-18-2016 by Corwin at 06:12 PM View Original Post
Home Depot.com has Ridgid 18-Volt 1/2" Impact Wrench Kit (R86010KN) on sale for $139. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup. Thanks bucknljake

Alternatively, the Ryobi One+ P1890 18V Impact Wrench Kit is currently on sale for $119 in this Frontpage deal.

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Written by Corwin

  • The Ridgid 18-Volt 1/2" Impact Wrench delivers up to 325 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. This also includes a 4Ah Hyper Lithium-ion Battery & charger.
  • Another plus for this kit: Upon registration, this tool is backed by the RIDGID Lifetime Service Agreement. Free batteries, free parts, free service, for life. -Corwin

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Edited May 18, 2016 at 12:31 PM by jersharocks
kit comes w/ a 4ah battery and charger. http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID.../206736719

The bare tool alone is normally $139 http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID.../203930523

325 ft. lbs. of torque
This kit includes a 4Ah Hyper Lithium-ion Battery
Upon registration, this tool is backed by the RIDGID Lifetime Service Agreement. Free batteries, free parts, free service, for life.
Die-cast gear box for increased durability and professional quality
1/2 in. dent pin anvil makes it compatible with popular impact rated sockets
Hex-grip micro texture for maximum user comfort
Grip light engages tri-beam LED light independently of trigger to illuminate work space
4Ah battery provides up to 4X more run time compared to standard lithium-ion batteries
4Ah battery provides over 2X longer life compared to standard lithium-ion batteries

link to the similar Ryobi deal also going on:
http://slickdeals.net/f/8750935-ryobi-one-p1890-18v-impact-wrench-kit-119-free-s-h

Also:
Dewalt 20V impact wrench (bare tool) $109 - must add to cart to see price http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT...602868-_-N
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I went with the Ryobi at $119 to keep from have yet a 4th type of battery for my tools.

There is some talk about the Ridgid drill in that thread, if anyone wants more information.

https://slickdeals.net/f/8750935-ryobi-one-p1890-18v-impact-wrench-kit-119-free-s-h?src=SiteSearch
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Is this a Gen4 or Gen5 Ridgid?
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Quote from WildflowerGuru View Post :
Is this a Gen4 or Gen5 Ridgid?
It's not brushless, if that's what you're holding your breath for.
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Quote from Craxcrawlin View Post :
It's not brushless, if that's what you're holding your breath for.
There are brushed and brushless gen5. Confusing but true
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This is a way better deal than two days ago, the other wrench with the older big battery for $20 less... between the superior tool and superior battery, way worth $20 more.
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Quote from WildflowerGuru View Post :
Is this a Gen4 or Gen5 Ridgid?

Display description on HD website says X4 so that means its Gen4...
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Quote from stanlee.steemer View Post :
Display description on HD website says X4 so that means its Gen4...

Here is a link to the tool itself on the factory website: https://www.ridgid.com/us/en/18v-...act-wrench

Says it on Ridgid's website X4. I thought they dropped the Gen4 altogether.

High torque output the X4 impact wrench produces 325 ft.-lbs. of torque for heavy duty applications

On the HD website all it says is the batteries are 4x (four times) the run time against standard LiOn.
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Last edited by WildflowerGuru May 18, 2016 at 07:26 AM

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Actually 4X in the description....

"This kit includes a 4Ah Hyper Lithium-ion Battery which gives you 4X the run-time when compared to standard lithium-ion batteries"

I don't see the Gen series. Ridgid website isn't saying anything, but I think they dropped Gen4 cordless from their website altogether.
I smell a new impact driver coming!
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Quote from WildflowerGuru View Post :
Is this a Gen4 or Gen5 Ridgid?

For some reason they don't make newer versions of some tools, this looks like one. Can't find a Gen 5X version of this...

https://www.ridgid.com/gen5x

Amazon description for the tool only is Gen X4

http://www.amazon.com/Ridgid-R860...B00HZUV2FA



Went ahead and snagged one, won't get too much use but occasionally is useful. Went on Raise.com and they had some good discounts on egift cards so saved about 7% by going that route. Too bad no e*bates on homedepot.com, is 3% on Lowes.com.
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Last edited by liquidiq May 18, 2016 at 07:34 AM
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Is this wrench better than the ryobi deal one?
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Quote from lupohki View Post :
Is this wrench better than the ryobi deal one?

Ryobi has 300 ft/lb of force, while the Ridgid is 325 ft/lb. The Ryobi has a 3-speed selector while the Ridgid does not. The best part of the Ridgid kits is the tool and battery have a LIFETIME replacement warranty if you are a homeowner and not a contractor. If you buy the batteries separately they have a 3-year warranty.


I have not used the tools side-by-side so cannot compare them that way.


In the past I had the full suite of 18V Ryobi tools, and upgraded to the Lithium Ion batteries after they came out. With light homeowner type use the batteries seemed to last about 7 years, and aren't a bad deal if you get the 4ah 2-pack for $99 (recently Ridgid has had the same deal - over the holidays at least) .


Over the past few years I started doing a major renovation on a home, and the 18V Ryobi tools were a little too lightweight for the task. The 1/4" impact driver started to not work too well and made some funny noises. The reciprocating saw motor started smoking and burned out. It was at that point that I found a deal on the Gen 5x kit for $399 and used a Lowes 10% printed coupon to get it even lower. Recently they've had some deals where you buy that kit and you get some free tools, although there aren't as many Gen 5x tools as X4, so that kit is pretty much the best of the bunch.

So it really boils down to what kind of use they are going to get, and if it is worth it for you to spend a little more for the Ridgid tools and peace of mind warranty. I have heard that Ryobi is the lower Ridgid brand. Below is what I found quickly from a post in 2008:


TTI is the parent company of OWT. OWT is the maker of Ryobi tools and they also make the RIDGID line. I think that the Milwaukee line isn't, yet anyways, made at the same factories as Ryobi and RIDGID but Milwaukee was purchased by TTI a year or so ago.

As far as Ryobi and RIDGID tools being the same but just a different color, that is incorrect. Each line of tools are made to different specification but in some cases they do share some similar design features.




More recent posts agree, and Milwaukee is fully under TTI now.

Here is an interesting video of the Ridgid vs Milwaukee: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWxHdGV2M4g
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Last edited by liquidiq May 18, 2016 at 08:03 AM
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Ridgid is a much greater deal! Lifetime warranty on batteries and as we all know they don't last forever. I replaced 2 of them last month and it was super easy. I walked into HD told them my battery is no longer holding a charge. They tested them, confirmed and had two in stock to give me right then and there.
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Ahh this is a great deal. Wish it was in the budget now, I have 2.0 batteries currently so the 4.0 added to the collection would be a nice bonus along with the wrench.
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