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Home Depot: Ryobi One+ 1.5Ah/4.0Ah 18-Volt Lithium+ 10-Tool Kit for $299.00 (YMMV)

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Home Depot has Ryobi One+ 1.5Ah/4.0Ah 18-Volt Lithium+ 10-Tool Kit for $299.00 in some regions, Others appear to be at the $399 price yet.

This is the same kit that was $399 for black friday.

Link: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../301854305

Includes:
(2) 18-Volt Lithium+ batteries, (1.5Ah & 4Ah)
18-Volt charger
1/4" Impact driver
Brad nailer (18awg)
Drill/Driver
Jobplus with multitool head
Reciprocating saw (Sawzall)
Circular saw
Tire inflator w/ built in pressure guage
LED flashlight/work light, with rotatable head
Hand vac
FM Radio, With bluetooth integration and USB charging capability
2 carrying bags for easy portability

3-year limited warranty
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Shows $399 for me.

Edit: Nevermind. It updated in the app once I checked for express delivery.
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Last edited by Norris3 January 11, 2018 at 11:23 AM.
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I'm seeing $299 as OP posted.

Great deal! Especially if you don't own any of these tools.
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I bought this kit at $299. Like many others, I would prefer Milwaukee, but you'll pay twice as much. I'm more than impressed with the quality of the tools in the set and it's a great value. It's noteworthy that you get 2 batteries and one is the bigger 4.0 battery. I highly recommend the kit. I wish it had the jigsaw though, but it's cheap enough as a bare tool.
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I own several Ridgid Tools, and for more punishing work, I'm willing to pay for the Lifetime Service Agreement.

But I bought this for the odds and ends that I don't use often, it certainly makes life easier when I do need them. Was using the brad nailer last night to fix some trim.
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Edit: Never mind, I found the warranty info I was looking for:

https://www.ridgid.com/us/en/thre...imited-lsa

Seems like a solid service agreement that would help justify the significant price increase over Ryobi for those who use their tools daily or for a living. For the DIY home owner, Ryobi probably makes more sense at the given price point.
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The $79 express delivery fee seems not optional though =(
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The $79 express delivery fee seems not optional though =(
Store pickup is the way to go if that is a reasonable option for you.
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How many of the tools in here are truly truly useful though
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How many of the tools in here are truly truly useful though
For me, everything except the oscillating tool
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How many of the tools in here are truly truly useful though
The hand vac is the only item I'm not sure I'll get much use out of.
If you have any questions on the usefulness of a given item, I'd be happy to answer specific questions.
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Is Roybi reliable? How does it compare with other, like craftsman, dewalt, Bosch? New to tools, please share your thoughts. Thank you.
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Is Roybi reliable? How does it compare with other, like craftsman, dewalt, Bosch? New to tools, please share your thoughts. Thank you.
So my experience. I bought a set of these 18v tools back in probably 2002ish... I just this past summer finally killed the drill that came with it. Every other tool is still working fine, I replaced the Nicd's once and now onto the Li-ion batteries and they still work great. I've got about everything you can imagine that works with the 18v battery and no complaints from any of it.
The drill died, but is really my fault here is an explanation of things done with this set:
Finished 1000sq ft basement (all framing done with 3.5" screws)
Finished 2000qs ft basement (framing done as above)
Built 2 average sized decks (large screws used for it)
Built 3 massive decks + stairs (large screws used)
Built a large pool house (killed the drill here, was driving in some very large/long posi-drive screws from 2x8's into 6x6 support beams and let it get to hot
I REALLY should have been using their impact driver for the screws I was using, but I digress....
I bought them for average home owner stuff, but moved 2x while I had them and helped friends with other projects. They've done a TON and other that abusing the hell outta the drill everything else still works great 15ish years later.
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This is 10 Piece Set (Reg Price $498) which includes
  1. Drill Driver
  2. Impact Driver
  3. Reciprocating Saw
  4. Circular Saw 5 1/2 inch
  5. Brad Nailer
  6. Job Plus Multi Tool
  7. Handheld Vaccum
  8. Led Flashlight
  9. Bluetooth Speaker
  10. Power Inflator
Also includes 2 batteries, charger, and 2 carrying cases. Pretty good deal, the Brad Nailer and Job Plus alone will run almost $200.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../301854305
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