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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Li-Ion Cordless 1/4" Hex Impact Driver w/ Battery & Charger EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18V Li-Ion Cordless 1/4" Hex Impact Driver w/ 1.3-Ah Battery & Charger (P1870) on sale for $49. Select free store pickup if stock permits. Thanks jsm11482

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Delivers 1500-lbs. of torque for demanding applications. Includes Impact Driver, Battery, and Charger. Compatible with over 100+ Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Tools.

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This is a pretty good deal considering the next-cheapest 18V Ryobi impact driver is $79 for just the tool.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../205336113
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1500in-lbs. That's even lower torque than the P235 that is included in most kits. Still plenty for most homeowners.

This is a decent price, but I would personally get the brushless impact driver (tool only) as part of the battery-kit/drill-kit deal for $44. The increased torque rating (2000in-lbs) probably doesn't make a difference for most homeowner applications, but the other features such as LED illumination and torque-speed selection switch are worth it. I didn't have a torque switch on my previous impact driver and I would often drive screws too far in. It's a must have, IMO.
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Great price on a tool that is plenty good enough for most DIYers. Yeah, the other one that people are talking about is better, which it sure as hell better be at twice the price.
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The 3 speed brushless is exactly why I went for the $99 2x 3.0Amp battery + free tool. After using the 3 speed brushless, it is really worth the extra money (assuming you can still get in on the kit deal).
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1500in-lbs. That's even lower torque than the P235 that is included in most kits. Still plenty for most homeowners.

This is a decent price, but I would personally get the brushless impact driver (tool only) as part of the battery-kit/drill-kit deal for $44. The increased torque rating (2000in-lbs) probably doesn't make a difference for most homeowner applications, but the other features such as LED illumination and torque-speed selection switch are worth it. I didn't have a torque switch on my previous impact driver and I would often drive screws too far in. It's a must have, IMO.
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1500in-lbs. That's even lower torque than the P235 that is included in most kits. Still plenty for most homeowners.

This is a decent price, but I would personally get the brushless impact driver (tool only) as part of the battery-kit/drill-kit deal for $44. The increased torque rating (2000in-lbs) probably doesn't make a difference for most homeowner applications, but the other features such as LED illumination and torque-speed selection switch are worth it. I didn't have a torque switch on my previous impact driver and I would often drive screws too far in. It's a must have, IMO.
The 3 speed brushless is exactly why I went for the $99 2x 3.0Amp battery + free tool. After using the 3 speed brushless, it is really worth the extra money (assuming you can still get in on the kit deal).
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Great price on a tool that is plenty good enough for most DIYers. Yeah, the other one that people are talking about is better, which it sure as hell better be at twice the price.
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The 3 speed brushless is exactly why I went for the $99 2x 3.0Amp battery + free tool. After using the 3 speed brushless, it is really worth the extra money (assuming you can still get in on the kit deal).
I have the impact driver in this listing and I like it, but I heartily agree with your comment. I had not idea how nice of a tool an impact driver is when I got it. I wish I had gotten the nicer version and the nicer battery on that deal made it worth the extra price.
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Quick Q: Why do so many people prefer these for small jobs (vs a regular drill)? I've used large pneumatic impact wrenches for lug nuts plenty of times, but never really understood why everyone seemed to switch to small electric ones for lightweight jobs about 10 years ago (conversely, why are regular drills still sold?). TIA, I've got about 6-7 Ryobi tools and 4 batteries, so this is pretty appealing.
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Where is this deal ? I am looking for a drill

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1500in-lbs. That's even lower torque than the P235 that is included in most kits. Still plenty for most homeowners.

This is a decent price, but I would personally get the brushless impact driver (tool only) as part of the battery-kit/drill-kit deal for $44. The increased torque rating (2000in-lbs) probably doesn't make a difference for most homeowner applications, but the other features such as LED illumination and torque-speed selection switch are worth it. I didn't have a torque switch on my previous impact driver and I would often drive screws too far in. It's a must have, IMO.
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This is similar to this deal that went front page about a month ago. This one has a different battery.


https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/389451
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Quick Q: Why do so many people prefer these for small jobs (vs a regular drill)? I've used large pneumatic impact wrenches for lug nuts plenty of times, but never really understood why everyone seemed to switch to small electric ones for lightweight jobs about 10 years ago (conversely, why are regular drills still sold?). TIA, I've got about 6-7 Ryobi tools and 4 batteries, so this is pretty appealing.

Drill for drilling (holes), driver for driving (screws). Less stripped screw heads.
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This is similar to this deal that went front page about a month ago. This one has a different battery.

https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/389451
I think the previous similar deal has a better impact wrench and battery for the same price?
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Quick Q: Why do so many people prefer these for small jobs (vs a regular drill)? I've used large pneumatic impact wrenches for lug nuts plenty of times, but never really understood why everyone seemed to switch to small electric ones for lightweight jobs about 10 years ago (conversely, why are regular drills still sold?). TIA, I've got about 6-7 Ryobi tools and 4 batteries, so this is pretty appealing.
This "small electric" impact driver that you mentioned is so powerful and nice for driving screws that it will leave your drill in the dust. For drilling holes, a drill is still better than an impact driver.
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Where is this deal ? I am looking for a drill
It's this one. But the price assumes you return the battery+charger kit.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11597991-ryobi-18v-one-2-ct-battery-starter-kit-w-charger-bonus-bare-tool-99-free-store-pickup
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What is everyone using these for at home? Did it replace their actual drill for making holes/putting screws in the wall.

I guess my question is if I buy this should I just sell my regular Ryobi drill?
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What is everyone using these for at home? Did it replace their actual drill for making holes/putting screws in the wall.

I guess my question is if I buy this should I just sell my regular Ryobi drill?
I use a drill to drill holes and the impact to drive screws.
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