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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Li-ion Ultimate 6-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2 Batteries EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Ultimate 6-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x Batteries, Charger & Tool Bag (P884) on sale for $199. Shipping is free or select free in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks brisar

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Just to add some user experience to the convo. I've had this exact set since 2015 for $249. While it worked for my entry level demands for about a year, I have upgraded every piece of this over the last 4 years. Here is the story.

The 1.5Ah batteries would never make it through a job. I now use four total 4Ah batteries. I've never used the multi-tool. The circular saw is only 5 1/2 inches, not the standard 7 1/4, making it's best use for finish work. The 1/4 inch impact driver is basically useless, so is IMO the 3/8 inch impact driver. I use a 1/2 inch brushless and it tackles most work. I also have a 1/2 inch Milwaukee which I prefer. The flashlight is fine, but I have way better ones so I rarely gets used. The reciprocating saw (sawzall) was a pretty tough piece of equipment, but it died back in December during a house demo. I have a corded Makita which really takes the Cake on demo work. I still use the drill gun, but I also upgraded to the hammer drill gun, which features drill, hammer, and screw settings. Two drill is better than one in some cases.

I also added on the 4 inch grinder (very good), the the cordless nail gun (acceptable), the sheet hand sander (junk), the random orbit buffer (very good), the jig saw (good), and the transfer pump (good).

Overall, I am very happy with the value for the money. These are cheaper than competition and slightly less powerful, but if the smaller tools work then you can't beat the price.
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lots of ryobi deals
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Love this kit! Have used all tools and am beyond impressed on the quality.
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lots of ryobi deals
It's because of the Home Depot spring Black Friday sale
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I've had this kit for a few years now and have added to it since then. Highly recommend for any weekend warrior/DIYer.
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Not brushless.
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Bought this on 3/10. Sweet!

Edit: Not sure why the downvotes? 30 day price guarantee. Going to get the difference today.
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I bought this kit a few years ago and its awesome! The tools have all took a serious beating and still working great. The only weak item is the batteries. Definitely need to grab the bigger versions.
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Just to add some user experience to the convo. I've had this exact set since 2015 for $249. While it worked for my entry level demands for about a year, I have upgraded every piece of this over the last 4 years. Here is the story.

The 1.5Ah batteries would never make it through a job. I now use four total 4Ah batteries. I've never used the multi-tool. The circular saw is only 5 1/2 inches, not the standard 7 1/4, making it's best use for finish work. The 1/4 inch impact driver is basically useless, so is IMO the 3/8 inch impact driver. I use a 1/2 inch brushless and it tackles most work. I also have a 1/2 inch Milwaukee which I prefer. The flashlight is fine, but I have way better ones so I rarely gets used. The reciprocating saw (sawzall) was a pretty tough piece of equipment, but it died back in December during a house demo. I have a corded Makita which really takes the Cake on demo work. I still use the drill gun, but I also upgraded to the hammer drill gun, which features drill, hammer, and screw settings. Two drill is better than one in some cases.

I also added on the 4 inch grinder (very good), the the cordless nail gun (acceptable), the sheet hand sander (junk), the random orbit buffer (very good), the jig saw (good), and the transfer pump (good).

Overall, I am very happy with the value for the money. These are cheaper than competition and slightly less powerful, but if the smaller tools work then you can't beat the price.
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Anyone on the fence, this set is awesome. If you are a DIYer or just do some occasional projects, buy this. I didn't know I needed an impact driver or multitool until I got them in this set.
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No need to purchase separate brushes, yay!
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Just to add some user experience to the convo. I've had this exact set since 2015 for $249. While it worked for my entry level demands for about a year, I have upgraded every piece of this over the last 4 years. Here is the story.

The 1.5Ah batteries would never make it through a job. I now use four total 4Ah batteries. I've never used the multi-tool. The circular saw is only 5 1/2 inches, not the standard 7 1/4, making it's best use for finish work. The 1/4 inch impact driver is basically useless, so is IMO the 3/8 inch impact driver. I use a 1/2 inch brushless and it tackles most work. I also have a 1/2 inch Milwaukee which I prefer. The flashlight is fine, but I have way better ones so I rarely gets used. The reciprocating saw (sawzall) was a pretty tough piece of equipment, but it died back in December during a house demo. I have a corded Makita which really takes the Cake on demo work. I still use the drill gun, but I also upgraded to the hammer drill gun, which features drill, hammer, and screw settings. Two drill is better than one in some cases.

I also added on the 4 inch grinder (very good), the the cordless nail gun (acceptable), the sheet hand sander (junk), the random orbit buffer (very good), the jig saw (good), and the transfer pump (good).

Overall, I am very happy with the value for the money. These are cheaper than competition and slightly less powerful, but if the smaller tools work then you can't beat the price.
I can't believe you have never used the multi tool... it's one of the best tools invented in the modern era!
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I can't believe you have never used the multi tool... it's one of the best tools invented in the modern era!
I don't do much scraping or plunge cutting. My primary use for the tools is mechanics, carpentry, and metal fabrication. I do some furniture restoration, but I use a random orbital and just hand sanding. I guess if I didn't have the grinder I might use it some, but it's literally never had a battery in it 🤔
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