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Home Depot is offering 1 Ryobi ONE+ Bare Tool (various) for Free when you purchase Ryobi 18V ONE+ Brushless Hammer Drill Kit for $149. Select free store pickup if stock permits. Thanks benmhogan

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Home depot is having a sale if you buy a Ryobi one Brushless hammer drill combo you get a free bare tool up to a $119 value. I picked up the new brushless 7-1/4 circular saw.

For my order i got:

Brushless hammer drill + 4ah battery + charger + case and the 7-1/2 circular saw for $149.00. Shipping is free.

Just add the drill and any of the other tools listed on the page below to your cart to see the savings.

https://www.homedepot.com/b/Featu...5yc1vZcik4

They also launched a bunch of new brushless tools like a sander, impact driver, reciprocating saw, angle grinder as well as a shopvac.
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Just FYI this was the only review I could find that mentioned the overvolt protection being too sensitive:

https://toolcraze.net/ryobi-18v-b...eo-review/

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Hammer drills use chiseling, fracturing, and drilling all in one. The hammering motion is to fracture the material (like a hammer and chisel would be used) combine with the spinning of the bit helps to chisel out some otherwise more stubborn to detach small obstructions and the drill flutes out the debris to clear the point of impact from any cuttings that were just detached. Usually they also are heavier than other types of drills and these will often have a rod mounted to the side used for gauging drill depth.

An impact wrench (another drill type that Ryobi sells) uses a hammering motion rotationally to "strike" on the wrench to help break loose the nut, bolt, or screw. These are usually used to remove items and typically come with a 1/2" square drive for impact sockets (although with adapters you can use them with a lot of other bits in a pinch). They also "strike" in the rotational direction with a large amount of force and have high torque motors which use up batteries quickly. They are typically also very heavy compared to some of the ones to follow.

An impact driver is much like a light duty impact wrench the 3 main differences are, lighter, the Chuck is usually a 1/4" drive hexagon bit speed chuck, and less torque and hammer force (but unlike the hammer drill the "striking" or more appropriately we should call it "tapping" force is still in the rotational direction). They are used for breaking loosing small fasteners which might be stuck and are VERY efficient at driving screws without stripping them. The one feature missing is the lack of a torque clutch which reduces the risk of over tightening the fastener. I have stripped out many a screw or nut/bolt over the years. After owning one I will never drive another screw without it. They are that good.

The last is a drill which most often have a 3 toothed chuck for clamping onto circular or hexagon shapes which include drill bits, wire wheels, grinding bits, sanding bits, some Mason bits, and most fastener bits like Phillips and torques. They also may have a torque clutch which is used to limit the amount of rotational torque you will apply to the fastener to not over tighten the fastener. Typically marginally heavier that an impact driver. They can do a lot but typically only drill holes well, the other optional bits like sanding etc. will get you by in a pinch but are not ideal for extended use.

So there's drills 101 and sorry for offending anyone if I left out a major category of drills. Smilie

Hope this helps the novice's.
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Ryobi's 18V batteries would actually be 20V the way that most other manufacturers are (somewhat dishonestly) measuring these days. More importantly, 18V is enough -- if you have 10 2000mAh li-ion cells internally, wired in a 2p5s pattern to make a 4AH 18V pack, and figure that these cells can probably only be discharged at ~5-6C to prevent reduction of cell life, that only works out to 20-24 amps. Why does this matter? The only benefit to increasing voltage is to reduce amperage coming from the battery and going through the tool. At 20 amps, you haven't reached the point where it's a problem yet, meaning that 20V is enough for the tool to be able to pull all of the power that the battery's cells are physically capable of supplying. Increasing the voltage doesn't increase the power the pack will supply, because to increase a pack's voltage, the maximum current must be decreased unless you plan to make the pack bigger -- to achieve real benefit form higher voltage, you need a physically larger battery pack with more cells. That makes the batteries unwieldy for hand tools like this, and that's why you mostly only see the higher voltages on yard equipment -- physically larger packs are acceptable there.

TL;DR: 18V (or "20V" if you ask the marketing wanks) is enough to fully harness the power provided by a hand-tool sized pack, and higher voltages are only really needed for yard tool sized packs.
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No. A hammer drill works similarly to hitting the non business end of your drill bit while rotating it. Kind of a rapid in and out motion. An impact driver applies a hammering action in the direction of rotation (sort of like hammering on a breaker bar or ratchet)
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Impact wrench for $66 is a good deal.
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The 6-station multi-battery charger [homedepot.com] aslo appears to qualify for this deal even though they don't show it on the qualifying tools page linked by the OP.
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Seems like a great deal. Shows up as advertised in cart. I almost bought the two battery pack today for $99. Wonder if that gets a discount too.

edit. I just added the two pack of 4.0mh batteries and it still was 149.99. awesome deal.
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Purchased the hammer drill combo just 2 weeks ago. Was able to return it and get it again but with the new brushless skill saw. Awesome deal!
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I would be all over this if it was a different kit- maybe one of the starter kits with the saw, driver, etc.

Would make for a great Christmas gift for Dad.

Also- the mitre saw for $99 being eligible for one of the free items is AWESOME. Sure, you can't cut a 2x6 with it but I've used mine to cut a ton of 2x4s and trim and suchZ I love mine.
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Seems like a great deal. Shows up as advertised in cart. I almost bought the two battery pack today for $99. Wonder if that gets a discount too.

edit. I just added the two pack of 4.0mh batteries and it still was 149.99. awesome deal.
Picked up the same batteries as well. Now I can start purchasing bare tools to expand my system.
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seems like all brands are having similar deals:

https://www.homedepot.com/c/Power_Tool_Savings
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Looks like a really good deal if you need those tools. Go with brushless when you can.
Good marketing on their part to get you into the Ryobi battery ecosystem.
Just be warned the battery will last 10 minutes on some of the tools like angle grinder, belt sander and circular saw.
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great deal! Reps to OP. Just got the Hammer Drill combo and Impact Wrench for $149. I may just keep the battery and Impact Wrench and sell the drill though.

Quick question though, I have a "standard" Ryobi charger that was used for a 1.3Ah battery. Will this charge the big 4.0Ah batteries as well?
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great deal! Reps to OP. Just got the Hammer Drill combo and Impact Wrench for $149. I may just keep the battery and Impact Wrench and sell the drill though.

Quick question though, I have a "standard" Ryobi charger that was used for a 1.3Ah battery. Will this charge the big 4.0Ah batteries as well?
Yes it will, just takes a little longer.
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