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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit on sale for $199. Shipping is free, alternatively store pickup is free. Thanks brisar

Ryobi Tool Kit Includes
  • Drill/Driver
  • Circular Saw
  • Reciprocating Saw,
  • Worklight
  • AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
  • 2x 18-Volt ONE+ Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Dual Chemistry Charger
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Nice deal. Could be 11% better if you can buy in store at participating locations: https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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Tempting considering the nailer and batt is $188. TU
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Nice deal. Could be 11% better if you can buy in store at participating locations: https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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Very nice deal! I bought one early this week. I bought this for the 18 gauge brad nailer. 18 gauge brad nailer by tool only itself costs $129 and with one battery is $188. So getting 2 batteries and a nailer and other decent tools really worth it. I have used the drill and the circular saw from this batch and I like it.
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This is a good deal, but i do not understand who on earth would want a set without an impact driver. It is by far my most used cordless tool, and I would think I'm not alone on that. Yes, you could get by with a drill for most driving, but why suffer?

They are not alone in this, most budget lines offer sets missing it.
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This is a good deal, but i do not understand who on earth would want a set without an impact driver. It is by far my most used cordless tool, and I would think I'm not alone on that. Yes, you could get by with a drill for most driving, but why suffer?

They are not alone in this, most budget lines offer sets missing it.
Unless you're quickly driving/removing bigger screws in harder materials, a drill is a better drive tool than an impact driver. While there is a lot of overlap in what the two tools can do, if your goal is speed and power get the impact, but for general screwdriving the drill is going to allow for much better repeatability and precision - plus it can drill holes!
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Does anyone know if Home Depot match their own online prices? I have some Store Credit that can only be used in-store and was wondering if they will match this deal?
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Does anyone know if Home Depot match their own online prices? I have some Store Credit that can only be used in-store and was wondering if they will match this deal?
Unless it is a clearance item, their in-store price should be the same as their online price.
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Unless you're quickly driving/removing bigger screws in harder materials, a drill is a better drive tool than an impact driver. While there is a lot of overlap in what the two tools can do, if your goal is speed and power get the impact, but for general screwdriving the drill is going to allow for much better repeatability and precision - plus it can drill holes!
I'm with Preon on the impact driver. After having one I don't even want to sink a deck screw without it. It fits into smaller spaces as well.
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I'm with Preon on the impact driver. After having one I don't even want to sink a deck screw without it. It fits into smaller spaces as well.
Impact drivers are great for deck screws or anywhere else where you speed and torque are necessary. For finer tasks, drills shine because of the precise torque control that a clutch allows. Either can tackle the middle ground with aplomb.
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Good deal! I really needed just the nailer, but for a few more $s got the set. It's been this $199 price since before Christmas.
You cant really substitute a driver for a drill. Once you use one, you'll never go back.
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Impact drivers are great for deck screws or anywhere else where you speed and torque are necessary. For finer tasks, drills shine because of the precise torque control that a clutch allows. Either can tackle the middle ground with aplomb.
Exactly this. For high torque, lag screws, long screws, removing bolts , framing or autowork, impacts are great.

For Ikea assembly, setting doors, screwing brackets into walls or into anchors, or any fine work, you NEED drill with a clutch settings to limit the torque.
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Exactly this. For high torque, lag screws, long screws, removing bolts , framing or autowork, impacts are great.

For Ikea assembly, setting doors, screwing brackets into walls or into anchors, or any fine work, you NEED drill with a clutch settings to limit the torque.
ehh I just feather the impact till it impacts once or twice
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Purchased, thanks.
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