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6-Tool Ryobi 18V ONE+ Ultimate Combo Kit w/ 2 Batteries/Charger

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Home Depot.com has 6-Tool Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Ultimate Combo Kit w/ 2 Batteries + Charger (P884) on sale for $199. Shipping is free or select store pickup if stock permits. Thanks orbm1

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  • Includes:
    • P208B Drill/Driver with Screwdriver Bit
    • P506 Circular Saw
    • P514 Reciprocating Saw
    • P236A Impact Driver
    • P246 JobPlus Base
    • P570 Multi-tool Head
    • P704 Worklight
    • P117 Dual Chemistry Charger
    • 2x P107 18V ONE+ Compact Lithium+ Lithium-ion Batteries
    • Wood/Metal Cutting Blade
    • Segment Saw Blade
    • Sanding Pad
    • 5-Piece Sandpaper
    • Allen Wrench
    • Universal Multi-tool Accessory Adaptor
    • Tool Bag
    • Operator's Manuals
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Not a bad set. Wish it came with better batteries.

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Product Overview
Perfect starter kit for every DIY need
Includes: (6) Tools, (2) Batteries, (1) Charger, and Tool Bag
World's Largest 18-Volt Tool System*
Model #: P884
Sku #: 621375
Internet #: 203466936
RYOBI introduces the 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit with (2) 1.5 Ah LITHIUM+ Batteries, Charger, and Tool Bag. The variable-speed reciprocating saw includes a blade with a 7/8 in. stroke length capable of 3,100 SPM. For high-torque fastening jobs, turn to the impact driver for spinning lag bolts and deck screws. A carbide-tipped blade comes with the 5-1/2 in. circular saw, capable of carving through material at speeds up to 4700 RPM (no load). A keyless chuck secures 1/2 in. bits into the drill, a variable-speed device that allows you to select one of 24 clutch settings for optimal torque. Cut, scrape and sand hard-to-reach spaces with the JobPlus Base and multi-tool adapter (some JobPlus accessories sold separately). With the included ONE+ worklight, you'll never lose sight of your projects. This worklight can be positioned on its belly, rear, or hung from above with the ability to rotate and point the head where desired. Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, this 6-Tool Combo Kit includes a Drill/Driver with Screwdriver Bit, a Circular Saw with Blade and Blade Wrench, a Reciprocating Saw with two Blades and a Hex Key, an Impact Driver with Phillips Bit and Socket Adaptor, a JobPlus Base with Multi-Tool Attachment Head, Wood Cutting Blade, Segment Saw Blade, Sanding Pad, Sample Sandpaper, an Allen Wrench, a Universal Multi-Tool Accessory Adaptor, a Worklight, a Charger, two 1.5 Ah LITHIUM+ Batteries, a Tool Bag, and operator's manuals.
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Brushless is massively overrated for the average user. I have had my non-brushless ryobi for more than 8 years and i kick the shit out of it. Built decks, furniture, shelves, and done several remodels. Looks like hell with all the scuffs, but the thing is still going strong.
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I disagree with your 1-2 years assessment. I have some really old (blue) Ryobi tools that still work just fine, and some -- like my impact driver and reciprocating saw -- have seen a lot if use. Also, some of their original lithium-ion batteries lasted almost 10 years for me before they finally died. I would strongly suggest getting some 3-4Ah batteries to compliment this set
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When you said "1-2 YEARS" that appears to be saying that is how long the tools -- or batteries -- would last. Even using only the smaller batteries that come with the kit (that BTW are more powerful than the NiCD ones that came with my original kit) I would expect the tools to last at least 10 years for the average homeowner user.
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nice for the price
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This is a decent starter kit for the price. It would be a hot deal if they offered a free tool with it during Ryobi Days! FYI, getting a Diablo blade for that circular saw should make it a bit more useful.
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Value quality with decent price.
Good for small home project.
None of this is brushless, so don't expect it will last long, especially with 1.5Ah battery. I would say good for 1-2 years.

I still don't get it, what makes them think that a f***ing flash light is considered power tool?
A $10 flash light is smaller and better than any "so-called power tool" flash light.
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Perfect starter set for the occasional diyer. Bigger batteries and a hammer drill instead of regular drill would be nice. But for $199 i cant complain.
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Wish they would include the angle grinder and round sander in more of these combos. Had my Ryobi lithium set for 10 years and still going strong. Even my older 18v nicad tools (now running lithium) are still working, although showing their wear.
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Value quality with decent price.
Good for small home project.
None of this is brushless, so don't expect it will last long, especially with 1.5Ah battery. I would say good for 1-2 years.

I still don't get it, what makes them think that a f***ing flash light is considered power tool?
A $10 flash light is smaller and better than any "so-called power tool" flash light.
They are cheap to make, can be thrown in a set to make the number of tools bigger
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Sure wish they would offer more compelling packages. Most of these tools appear to be 2012 vintage, initial release models.
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Value quality with decent price.
Good for small home project.
None of this is brushless, so don't expect it will last long, especially with 1.5Ah battery. I would say good for 1-2 years.

I still don't get it, what makes them think that a f***ing flash light is considered power tool?
A $10 flash light is smaller and better than any "so-called power tool" flash light.
To be fair every brand does it. And the larger the set the worse. Ive seen 10 pc sets with a flash light, radio, and a blower making it a 7 piece real tool set
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The circular saw is quite weak (and tiny, under 6" blade), but the throw in circular saws usually are.

But the drill, impact, cut-off tool and reciprocal saw are all quite decent. Especially the recip saw as that one has anti-vibration added into the design unlike their previous model. That older one without anti-vibration worked just fine, but you'd feel it after.

Overall for the price, it's probably the best you'll do on a starter set.
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None of this is brushless, so don't expect it will last long, especially with 1.5Ah battery. I would say good for 1-2 years.
I disagree with your 1-2 years assessment. I have some really old (blue) Ryobi tools that still work just fine, and some -- like my impact driver and reciprocating saw -- have seen a lot if use. Also, some of their original lithium-ion batteries lasted almost 10 years for me before they finally died. I would strongly suggest getting some 3-4Ah batteries to compliment this set
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The circular saw is quite weak (and tiny, under 6" blade), but the throw in circular saws usually are.
Precisely why I suggested upgrading the blade in my earlier post!
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I still don't get it, what makes them think that a f***ing flash light is considered power tool?
A $10 flash light is smaller and better than any "so-called power tool" flash light.
And it looks to still be the incadscent light too! What a friggin joke...cheap ba$tard$!!
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I disagree with your 1-2 years assessment. I have some really old (blue) Ryobi tools that still work just fine, and some -- like my impact driver and reciprocating saw -- have seen a lot if use. Also, some of their original lithium-ion batteries lasted almost 10 years for me before they finally died. I would strongly suggest getting some 3-4Ah batteries to compliment this set
That's what I said. It's good for small projects. 1.5Ah battery wouldn't last as long as 3 or 4 Ah battery. You need to swap battery after couple hours of use. The battery seat would deteriorate sooner than using the bigger battery.

Ryobi tools are small, lights, and feels cheap. When you use bigger battery it diverts center of gravity and increased the DROPPING rate while you're working. Unlike other brands, dewalts and ridgid bigger battery wouldn't change the center of gravity since their tools are small yet somehow heavy and sturdy.
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