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Ryobi 18V ONE+ 3-Tool Combo Kit + Reciprocating Saw & Impact Wrench

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 3-Tool Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Combo Kit + Reciprocating Saw & Impact Wrench (P1837-P517-P261) on sale for $259. Shipping is free or you may select in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks RyanR7466

Alternatively, Home Depot has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 3-Tool Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Combo Kit + 2 Ryobi ONE+ Tools or Batteries (various) on sale for $259 each. Shipping is free or you may select in-store pickup if stock permits.
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Seemingly great deal from Home Depot right now, I pieced a similar kit together getting bargains along the way and probably still spent more than this. 3 brushless tools, impact wrench, and recip saw with a 4.0 and 2.0 battery.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../306764477
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You could, but the impact driver is less powerful (~167 ft/lbs) and is limited to normal hex driver type bits or socket adapters. The impact wrench is more powerful (~300 ft/lbs) and is set up to accept 1/2" drive sockets.
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An impact driver is like a screw driver. You put impact bits (Phillips, flathead, star, etc) in it to drive them into things. An impact wrench is like a wrench - you use it to take bolts off and on.
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The problem with all-encompassing threads like that one is that individual deals like this get lost in the mix and don't necessarily show up in searches.
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is an impact driver the same as an impact wrench or is that 2 diff things?
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is an impact driver the same as an impact wrench or is that 2 diff things?
An impact driver is like a screw driver. You put impact bits (Phillips, flathead, star, etc) in it to drive them into things. An impact wrench is like a wrench - you use it to take bolts off and on.
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is an impact driver the same as an impact wrench or is that 2 diff things?
Two different things. An impact driver is good for driving screws, an impact wrench is good for things that you would usually use a socket on (such as automotive work)
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It is a good deal. That's why there's been like a 50 page front post thread for the past week. lol
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thanks joshua and kyamcg. i figured so, but wasnt sure.

this might be a dumb question, but cant you just take an impact driver and put a bit in it that is in the shape of whatever wrench fitting you need and use it in the same way?
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It is a good deal. That's why there's been like a 50 page front post thread for the past week. lol
I stop by slickdeals and search "ryobi" freuquently and hadn't seen it. I can wipe it out if it's too redundant. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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thanks joshua and kyamcg. i figured so, but wasnt sure.

this might be a dumb question, but cant you just take an impact driver and put a bit in it that is in the shape of whatever wrench fitting you need and use it in the same way?

You could, but the impact driver is less powerful (~167 ft/lbs) and is limited to normal hex driver type bits or socket adapters. The impact wrench is more powerful (~300 ft/lbs) and is set up to accept 1/2" drive sockets.
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You could, but the impact driver is less powerful (~167 ft/lbs) and is limited to normal hex driver type bits or socket adapters. The impact wrench is more powerful (~300 ft/lbs) and is set up to accept 1/2" drive sockets.
thank you sir, this explains a lot .
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It is a good deal. That's why there's been like a 50 page front post thread for the past week. lol
The problem with all-encompassing threads like that one is that individual deals like this get lost in the mix and don't necessarily show up in searches.
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Seemingly great deal from Home Depot right now, I pieced a similar kit together getting bargains along the way and probably still spent more than this. 3 brushless tools, impact wrench, and recip saw with a 4.0 and 2.0 battery.

Just curious but what was your reasoning for choosing this set over all the others available [homedepot.com]? Is this one the most bang for the buck in your opinion?
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Lots of great deals on Ridgid sets too - $350 for 6 + 2 sets that seem like a better deal if you're not already tied into the Ryobi ecosystem (and if you are then this deal probably isn't for you either since you'd probably have the drill/driver).

This is probably my favorite example since it has everything I think I would use:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../306764627

Other options available:

https://www.homedepot.com/s/ridgi...206?NCNI-5
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It comes with 3.0ah and 2.0ah batteries, not 4.0ah one.
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Lots of great deals on Ridgid sets too - $350 for 6 + 2 sets that seem like a better deal if you're not already tied into the Ryobi ecosystem (and if you are then this deal probably isn't for you either since you'd probably have the drill/driver).

This is probably my favorite example since it has everything I think I would use:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../306764627

Other options available:

https://www.homedepot.com/s/ridgi...206?NCNI-5
Just remember that besides the bonus items, the tools for the Ridgid set is the older gen and not brushless.

Probably won't make a difference to most DIY but factor it into the price.
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