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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless Li-Ion 7-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x Batteries, Charger, Bag EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Cordless Lithium-Ion 7-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x Batteries, Charger & Bag (P1909N) on sale for $149. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks bargainhunterforever

Home Depot also has Bosch 18V Li-Ion Drill/Driver, Reciprocating Saw, Impact Driver & Flashlight Power Tool Kit (CLPK495A-181) on sale for $149. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available.
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Depends on what you want it for. For normal homeowner Ryobi is best value and has most options. I love their extra tools like 10 inch polisher for car for 40 bucks. 25 dollar sweeper. Hedge trimmer for 70. All work great and are reasonably priced. I use their impact all the time and it works great. Now if I used it to make a living...I would go with something else. At this point, DeWalt, Milwaukee, Ridgid, and Bosch all make good tools so the important thing is if the line you choose has all the available tools you want at a price you can live with...thats my 2 cents.
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This practically starts a construction company for you.
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Erm erm... Let's get this one out of the way: "But is it brushless?"
The answer is no!
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The Bosch and Milwaukee bundles appear to be excellent deals as well.
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The Bosch and Milwaukee bundles appear to be excellent deals as well.
I wish I didn't have the Ryobi set and could have a legitimate reason to buy that Milwaukee set.
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What would be better to get? The rigid or the Ryobi drill and driver ?
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What would be better to get? The rigid or the Ryobi drill and driver ?
Ryobi has more available cordless tools that use the same battery, but the Ridgid batteries carry a longer warranty.
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Thx OP, sent the Ryobi set to my parent's house. Hated not having tools there when I went to visit them across the country.
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Erm erm... Let's get this one out of the way: "But is it brushless?"
The answer is no!
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Waiting for brushless Ridgid with lifetime batt repalcement
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[ATTACH]from[/ATTACH]Home Depot has 7-Tool Kit: Milwaukee M18 18V Li-Ion Cordless Combo Kit on sale for $359. Shipping is free or you may pick up in store if you prefer.

Included
M18 Hammer Drill/DriverM18 Hex Impact DriverM18 6" Circular SawM18 Hackzall Reciprocating SawM18 3/8" Right Angle DrillM18 Work LightM18 Compact Blower

https://homedepot.app.link/skkCxAG3RI
SKU# 302740102
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Price in title please
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Price in title please
I'm using an app and don't see a way of editing the title-first post.
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Waiting for brushless Ridgid with lifetime batt repalcement
They're on sale too
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How does this compare to the Milwaukee set? https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/11005975
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Ryobi has more available cordless tools that use the same battery, but the Ridgid batteries carry a longer warranty.
Depends on what you want it for. For normal homeowner Ryobi is best value and has most options. I love their extra tools like 10 inch polisher for car for 40 bucks. 25 dollar sweeper. Hedge trimmer for 70. All work great and are reasonably priced. I use their impact all the time and it works great. Now if I used it to make a living...I would go with something else. At this point, DeWalt, Milwaukee, Ridgid, and Bosch all make good tools so the important thing is if the line you choose has all the available tools you want at a price you can live with...thats my 2 cents.
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