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44-Piece Ryobi Steel Impact Driving Kit w/ Carrying Case

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Home Depot has select Ryobi Drill & Driver Accessories on sale listed below. Select free in-store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45 or over. Thanks Corwin

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Ryobi drivers and bits, like Ryobi tools, are perfectly fine for 95% of people. I've used all sorts of brands and I honestly feel there's barely any difference between any of them, as long as you aren't talking about K-Mart no-name junk, brandless combination wrenches from Taiwan (the only reason they don't strip out is that they always snap off first), or half (not all) of what Harbor Freight sells. Any Lowe's, HD or Menard's brand of most stuff isn't usually too bad, in my experience.
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Hmm, I don't need all those drivers, but the drill bits look like the same bunch I bought a couple years ago, and I'm sure I paid at least nine bucks just for those. Not the best deal in the history of all deals, but pretty good if you'll use them.

You won't find this for $2-$5 after xmas unless you're very lucky, and I sure wouldn't count that, or wait that long for something I need. I don't know about you, but I don't have the time or the will (or the need) to "monitor this closely" to maybe save $4-$7 2 months from now.
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I thought the 95% used their tools once every 10 years when the winds pick up to weigh their picnic napkins down.
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So many HD deals... Going to grab me a set as backup. Thanks!
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At least the 44 piece kit has been that price since the 28th of October at my store when funny enough I was looking at this and took a picture. Does it actually go for $15 usually?
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Does the 117pcs work with a craftsman impact drill? Or regular drill
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Does the 117pcs work with a craftsman impact drill? Or regular drill
That set does not appear to be for impact use, but would work in any regular drill.
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At least the 44 piece kit has been that price since the 28th of October at my store when funny enough I was looking at this and took a picture. Does it actually go for $15 usually?
I picked up a set the other day. It's part of the pile of stuff they put in the front for holiday sales. So I don't think it was another price.
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all of this holiday special shit goes to $2-$5 almost immediately after xmas

monitor it closely since you have 90 days
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Low quality set.. step it up a notch and invest in the Milwaukee alternatives for the bits and drill sets. They'll last MUCH longer. These will shatter before your eyes almost after each use.
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Hmm, I don't need all those drivers, but the drill bits look like the same bunch I bought a couple years ago, and I'm sure I paid at least nine bucks just for those. Not the best deal in the history of all deals, but pretty good if you'll use them.

You won't find this for $2-$5 after xmas unless you're very lucky, and I sure wouldn't count that, or wait that long for something I need. I don't know about you, but I don't have the time or the will (or the need) to "monitor this closely" to maybe save $4-$7 2 months from now.
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Low quality set.. step it up a notch and invest in the Milwaukee alternatives for the bits and drill sets. They'll last MUCH longer. These will shatter before your eyes almost after each use.
Ryobi drivers and bits, like Ryobi tools, are perfectly fine for 95% of people. I've used all sorts of brands and I honestly feel there's barely any difference between any of them, as long as you aren't talking about K-Mart no-name junk, brandless combination wrenches from Taiwan (the only reason they don't strip out is that they always snap off first), or half (not all) of what Harbor Freight sells. Any Lowe's, HD or Menard's brand of most stuff isn't usually too bad, in my experience.
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Ryobi drivers and bits, like Ryobi tools, are perfectly fine for 95% of people. I've used all sorts of brands and I honestly feel there's barely any difference between any of them, as long as you aren't talking about K-Mart no-name junk, brandless combination wrenches from Taiwan (the only reason they don't strip out is that they always snap off first), or half (not all) of what Harbor Freight sells. Any Lowe's, HD or Menard's brand of most stuff isn't usually too bad, in my experience.
To each their own. I own this set as well as the drill bits. They've all snapped in half and the majority of these sets are softer in metal than the screws they're matched for. As it is with the majority of what people choose to invest in, buy nice or buy twice.

I speak from personal experience with these sets. I run a Ryobi 18v/Milwaukee M18 ecosytem myself with 75% of my tools being Ryobi.
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To each their own. I own this set as well as the drill bits. They've all snapped in half and the majority of these sets are softer in metal than the screws they're matched for. As it is with the majority of what people choose to invest in, buy nice or buy twice.

I speak from personal experience with these sets. I run a Ryobi 18v/Milwaukee M18 ecosytem myself with 75% of my tools being Ryobi.
You don't sound like you are part of the 95%. They use their tools a few times a year to express their creative side or build Ikea stuff.
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You don't sound like you are part of the 95%. They use their tools a few times a year to express their creative side or build Ikea stuff.
I thought the 95% used their tools once every 10 years when the winds pick up to weigh their picnic napkins down.
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Wow, nice deal, thanks.
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