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Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless 4-Tool Kit (Sheet Sander, Jig Saw, Area Light, Hand Vac) EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has select Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless Tool Kits (Tools Only) on sale for $99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup an alternative option. Thanks cinderbomb

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  • Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless 4-Tool Kit (Tools Only; P1903N) $99
    • Includes
      • Ryobi 18V One+ 1/4 Sheet Sander
      • Ryobi 18V One+ Jig Saw
      • Ryobi 18V One+ Area Light
      • Ryobi 18V One+ Hand Vacuum


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All these tools are compatible with any Ryobi 18V One+ batteries (batteries & chargers are sold separately). Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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For those of you Ryobi fans who are tired of getting drills and batteries you don't need just to get savings in a bundle, there are a couple new bundles with just bare tools.

Router, Sander, and Hot Glue Gun

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302079335 OOS

Light, Sander, Vacuum, Brushed Jigsaw

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-18-Volt-ONE-Cordless-4-Tool-Kit-with-4-Assorted-ONE-Tools-Tools-Only-P1903N/302079331 [homedepot.com]
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if you're an at-home DIYer you can't get a better bang for the buck than ryobi. Extensive tools for the same batteries and enough power for most jobs (I built a deck last summer using only ryobi).

Sure it's not rigid or something a little more contract grade, but for 25 bucks per tool it's a great deal for the average person.
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Not sure why you're under the impression that Ryobi isn't "name brand"? They've been around for quite some time now and have widespread name recognition in several countries. In America, you can't help but notice Ryobi's displays when you walk into any Home Depot. They're not some Chinese no-name brand you'd find on eBay or HF.

Yes, you usually get what you pay for, but for the average home owner or DIYer, Ryobi offers a great value. And like most tool manufacturers, they offer different grades of tools within their own lineup (e.g., inexpensive tools found in starter combos vs the newer more expensive brushless versions). Their battery technology has improved too.

If you're a contractor who uses his tools everyday, in harsher environments where they get more exposure to the elements and abuse, then you'll probably want to spend the extra money on something more contractor grade, like Dewalt, Milwaukee, or even Rigid (I personally like their lifetime warranty).

But I don't think it's fair to call Ryobi "junk". Sure, not all of their tools are winners, but a good majority are. And they have one of the largest cordless systems out there, which was one of the things that attracted me to Ryobi 18V One+ tools, as opposed to other systems in the same price range (Kobalt, Craftsman C3, Porter Cable 20V, etc.)
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I am fairly certain the hot glue gun is.
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There's also a light combo kit.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302034529
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This is my favorite bundle, bought two of them back when the string lights were still $99 a piece.

RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 3-Tool Lighting Kit with Cable Lights, Spotlight, and LED Light (Tools Only)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../302034529
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nice deal
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I was waiting on a sander deal!
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But it's ryobi 🙄
What's wrong with Ryobi
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I had an 18v cordless set(not this one+) and all the tools were underpowered and junk. I'm guessing based on reviews they've improved but I still prefer the name brand sets. In most cases you get what you pay for.
if you're an at-home DIYer you can't get a better bang for the buck than ryobi. Extensive tools for the same batteries and enough power for most jobs (I built a deck last summer using only ryobi).

Sure it's not rigid or something a little more contract grade, but for 25 bucks per tool it's a great deal for the average person.
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Is Ryobi cordless sander good?

I have Ryobi tools(impact driver and regular driver set. I like its lower price and so handy), so looking for Ryobi cordless sander(orbital or corner cat sander) to sanding oak wood panel indoor steps and some solid wood table top. I saw mixed review. Someone recommended some corded sander instead.

Any one use Ryobi cordless sander?
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I had an 18v cordless set(not this one+) and all the tools were underpowered and junk. I'm guessing based on reviews they've improved but I still prefer the name brand sets. In most cases you get what you pay for.
Not sure when you owned one, but I've been using the Ryobi stuff for years; they perform great and have plenty of power.

I got the portable circular saw as part of a bundle and assume it could possible actually be useful - that is now one of favorite tools, so much easier than dragging an extension cord around. I can rip many, many feet of plywood and boards on a single charged battery.

I done a couple significant remolding jobs using mostly these tools.
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if you're an at-home DIYer you can't get a better bang for the buck than ryobi. Extensive tools for the same batteries and enough power for most jobs (I built a deck last summer using only ryobi).

Sure it's not rigid or something a little more contract grade, but for 25 bucks per tool it's a great deal for the average person.
First time home owner (5 months ago) and basic DIYer checking in. Ryobi has been fantastic for me to acquire some tools to get started on all the projects I now have without spending a fortune. Great deal Op!
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Wait, let's get this over with... Is it brushless? jk..
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if you're an at-home DIYer you can't get a better bang for the buck than ryobi. Extensive tools for the same batteries and enough power for most jobs (I built a deck last summer using only ryobi).

Sure it's not rigid or something a little more contract grade, but for 25 bucks per tool it's a great deal for the average person.
Ridgid is made by the same company. Ryobi = Ridgid. Half the cost
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