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Ryobi 18V ONE+ Brushless Combo w/ Hammer Drill, Impact Driver & Saw EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Lithium-Ion Brushless 3-Tool Combo Kit on sale for $139.50. Shipping is free or select free to ship-to-store pickup where available. Thanks harp50 & ImYoungxD

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Includes:
  • P251 Brushless Hammer Drill
  • P238 Brushless Impact Driver
  • P517 Brushless Reciprocating Saw or P508 Brushless Circular Saw
  • P107 Compact Lithium+ Battery
  • P108 High-Capacity Lithium+ Battery
  • P118 Charger
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I was once like you. Thought Ryobi was entry level garbage.

Needed an electric brad nailer so bought a 5 piece kit because it was like $20 more than the bradnailer alone.

I have a hitachi drill and milwaukee skill saw and they have been replaced by the Ryobis.
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I also enjoy all of my Ryobi tools. One of the biggest benefits to me is using the same batteries across all of the tools. Granted many other brands are doing similar with their batteries now also.
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This is brushless, are you referring to the normal 6-tool kit?
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Nice deal!!!!
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No way I believe this kit is/was ever $280. Hell, the 6-tool kit of this is only $299.
This is brushless, are you referring to the normal 6-tool kit?
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This is brushless, are you referring to the normal 6-tool kit?
Yes, I was. My mistake. Even still though... hard to believe ANY 3-piece Ryobi 18V kits goes for $280 though... brushless or not.
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Yes, I was. My mistake. Even still though... hard to believe ANY 3-piece Ryobi 18V kits goes for $280 though... brushless or not.
I was once like you. Thought Ryobi was entry level garbage.

Needed an electric brad nailer so bought a 5 piece kit because it was like $20 more than the bradnailer alone.

I have a hitachi drill and milwaukee skill saw and they have been replaced by the Ryobis.
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I was once like you. Thought Ryobi was entry level garbage.

Needed an electric brad nailer so bought a 5 piece kit because it was like $20 more than the bradnailer alone.

I have a hitachi drill and milwaukee skill saw and they have been replaced by the Ryobis.
I also enjoy all of my Ryobi tools. One of the biggest benefits to me is using the same batteries across all of the tools. Granted many other brands are doing similar with their batteries now also.
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This is a sweet deal considering this past winter they ran a deal with the brushless drill/battery + one free bare brushless tool for $149.99+tax.. while many returned the free tool making the deal sweeter, this deal gives 3x brushless tools and 2x batteries for even LESS. Repp'd OP!! Great find....
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I also enjoy all of my Ryobi tools. One of the biggest benefits to me is using the same batteries across all of the tools. Granted many other brands are doing similar with their batteries now also.
I'm really considering jumping into the ONE+ system. I always like to buy on the higher end, but not using them all day every day like a pro would I'm not sure it's worth it. I have a bunch of DeWalt 18v XRP stuff and while the tools have held up great, the battery technology is outdated. If I go with DeWalt or Milwaukee again, I think the tools will outlive the technology and end up being a waste.
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Brilliant! I was looking to get the hammer drill and circular saw last week, but missed out on the BOGO offer a month or two ago!
Thanks!!
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Also the 2 piece brushless hammer drill and impact driver is $114. Ryobi BRUSHLESS tools are really decent especially for a home owner. My biggest negative with them is their size, they are huge compared to Milwaukee models. The hammer drill is big, impact driver is so long compared to higher companies. But if you don't care about the size they really are very decent especially for the price.
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Yes, I was. My mistake. Even still though... hard to believe ANY 3-piece Ryobi 18V kits goes for $280 though... brushless or not.
The hammer drill kit is normally $149, on sale for $119, the bare impact driver is $99 and the bare sawzall is $119. $280 with 2 batteries would be a nice discount from the a-la-carte price and $139 is an amazing deal.

If anyone in the past has discounted Ryobi due to poor quality, and maybe based on their lower end tools often found in their multiple tool kits, then they should take another look at these higher end tools from them. They're really pretty good and a huge improvement over Ryobi's cheaper options.

Hammer Drill: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../300225309
Impact Driver: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../301853896
Reciprocating Saw: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../301848739

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This is an awesome deal, 3 brushless tools for a great price! I wish they have a 4 tools kit that includes the recip saw and circular saw.
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