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

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Home Depot has 6-Tool Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Ultimate Combo Kit w/ 2 Batteries + Charger (P884) for $199. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks ultafraz

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

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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RYOBi has 18V Lithium-Ion 6-Tool-Combo-Kit at a New Lower Price.

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  • (1) P208B Drill/Driver with screwdriver bit,
  • (1) P506 Circular Saw with blade and blade wrench,
  • (1) P514 Reciprocating Saw with (2) blades and hex key,
  • (1) P236A Impact Driver with Phillips bit and socket adaptor,
  • (1) P246 JobPlus Base with P570 Multi-Tool Attachment Head, blades, sample sandpaper and sanding pads, Allen wrench, Universal Multi-Tool Accessory Adaptor,
  • (1) P704 Worklight,
  • (1) P117 Dual Chemistry Charger, (2) 1.5 Ah LITHIUM+ Compact Batteries,
  • (1) P117 Dual Chemistry Charger with IntelliPort Technology,
  • (1) Tool Bag, operator's manuals



https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../203466936
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* IF* you have a Menards store in your area, and the Home Depot store you are buying from is on the list of participating locations.

That giant kit of tools for the price is tempting at first glance, but tools like the sawzal and circ saw are going to eat those batteries in just a few minutes of operation. The 6.5" saw is particularly gutless with the 1.3 ah basic Lithium batteries, and pretty much useless for ripping plywood, though it's ok cross cutting or mitering dimensional umber with a speed square. The sawzall will also crush those batteries through anything but quick, occasional cuts.

Personally, I'd start with a smaller brushless kit that included some better batteries and use that as a starting point, like this one:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../305439006

You are paying more for better tools and batteries which will likely be a lot more useful in practice than the larger kit. The impact driver in this kit is one of the best performers in it's class, the drill-driver is a great tool and a larger 7.25" brushless circ saw with a larger Lithium+ class battery is going to be of much greater use breaking down sheet goods, etc..

Take it from someone who started with a cheap kit and struggled to complete homeowner projects before replacing all of it with better tools... The impact, drill and circular saw are likely the most-used battery powered tools in the homeowner arsenal and you will likely keep them far beyond the 3 year warranty, so buy a decent set to start and then add the specialty tools you need from there as-needed.
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If you have to spend $100 or more to get better batteries to make this kit usable you've now dropped close to $300 in a kit that still includes the lowest performing tools in the Ryobi lineup which is a bad value, even if the price is cheap. In my opinion it would be better to start with a different kit that includes both higher quality, better performing tools and larger/higher performance batteries that you can then add to as needed with other tools you'll actually use.

Unless you need something right now, I'd wait for the next round of Ryobi sales at Home Depot (Columbus Day, Veterans Day, and of course Black Friday-Christmas) as you'll likely find the brushless kit and other Ryobi stuff on sale or inclusive of extra batteries and other worthwhile add-ins. Home Depot's Ryobi days usually happens around May-June and, aside from Black Friday, is normally the best time to buy Ryobi stuff throughout the year.

Also note that Direct Tools Factory Outlet can be a great resource for buying Ryobi and Ridid tools as it's owned and operated by TTI, both brand's parent company. They offer refurb, returned and factory blemish Ryobi stuff for anywhere from 20-75% off of retail with a minimum 1 year warranty (the "blemish" stuff is brand new with the full 3 year warranty), and often run additional %20-25 discounts on top of that in their retail stores. If you are investing in the Ryobi One+ platform you should really swing through and see what they have in stock first, I believe this same kit goes for $120 or less regularly in their store.
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I found this a decent basic cordless tool collection for the occasional household project which you run into and you don't want the hassle of dragging out a long extension cord. I was surprised how often I used the versatile multi-tool when I first picked up this kit. Also appreciate the cordless aspect of the sawzall when pruning trees. Have yet to use the circular saw which I agree is too small for large projects, but like most homeowners I have other saws that are more efficient in cutting larger pieces of lumber. Also if you purchase this kit you will undoubtedly purchase one or two of the higher capacity battery sets when they go on sale. Bottom line IMHO, a good bang for the buck for the average diy homeowner who needs a basic tool set.
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Plus 11% rebate for in-store purchases at some locations this week.

https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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Plus 11% rebate for in-store purchases at some locations this week.

https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
* IF* you have a Menards store in your area, and the Home Depot store you are buying from is on the list of participating locations.

That giant kit of tools for the price is tempting at first glance, but tools like the sawzal and circ saw are going to eat those batteries in just a few minutes of operation. The 6.5" saw is particularly gutless with the 1.3 ah basic Lithium batteries, and pretty much useless for ripping plywood, though it's ok cross cutting or mitering dimensional umber with a speed square. The sawzall will also crush those batteries through anything but quick, occasional cuts.

Personally, I'd start with a smaller brushless kit that included some better batteries and use that as a starting point, like this one:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../305439006

You are paying more for better tools and batteries which will likely be a lot more useful in practice than the larger kit. The impact driver in this kit is one of the best performers in it's class, the drill-driver is a great tool and a larger 7.25" brushless circ saw with a larger Lithium+ class battery is going to be of much greater use breaking down sheet goods, etc..

Take it from someone who started with a cheap kit and struggled to complete homeowner projects before replacing all of it with better tools... The impact, drill and circular saw are likely the most-used battery powered tools in the homeowner arsenal and you will likely keep them far beyond the 3 year warranty, so buy a decent set to start and then add the specialty tools you need from there as-needed.
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I found this a decent basic cordless tool collection for the occasional household project which you run into and you don't want the hassle of dragging out a long extension cord. I was surprised how often I used the versatile multi-tool when I first picked up this kit. Also appreciate the cordless aspect of the sawzall when pruning trees. Have yet to use the circular saw which I agree is too small for large projects, but like most homeowners I have other saws that are more efficient in cutting larger pieces of lumber. Also if you purchase this kit you will undoubtedly purchase one or two of the higher capacity battery sets when they go on sale. Bottom line IMHO, a good bang for the buck for the average diy homeowner who needs a basic tool set.
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Thinking of getting this for my niece / future nephew in law who are getting married and just bought a house that they are remodeling. He does not have any tools, so this is a good starter kit for newbies. Basically to put furniture together and hang up frames im guessing for the most part.
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I found this a decent basic cordless tool collection for the occasional household project which you run into and you don't want the hassle of dragging out a long extension cord. I was surprised how often I used the versatile multi-tool when I first picked up this kit. Also appreciate the cordless aspect of the sawzall when pruning trees. Have yet to use the circular saw which I agree is too small for large projects, but like most homeowners I have other saws that are more efficient in cutting larger pieces of lumber. Also if you purchase this kit you will undoubtedly purchase one or two of the higher capacity battery sets when they go on sale. Bottom line IMHO, a good bang for the buck for the average diy homeowner who needs a basic tool set.
If you have to spend $100 or more to get better batteries to make this kit usable you've now dropped close to $300 in a kit that still includes the lowest performing tools in the Ryobi lineup which is a bad value, even if the price is cheap. In my opinion it would be better to start with a different kit that includes both higher quality, better performing tools and larger/higher performance batteries that you can then add to as needed with other tools you'll actually use.

Unless you need something right now, I'd wait for the next round of Ryobi sales at Home Depot (Columbus Day, Veterans Day, and of course Black Friday-Christmas) as you'll likely find the brushless kit and other Ryobi stuff on sale or inclusive of extra batteries and other worthwhile add-ins. Home Depot's Ryobi days usually happens around May-June and, aside from Black Friday, is normally the best time to buy Ryobi stuff throughout the year.

Also note that Direct Tools Factory Outlet can be a great resource for buying Ryobi and Ridid tools as it's owned and operated by TTI, both brand's parent company. They offer refurb, returned and factory blemish Ryobi stuff for anywhere from 20-75% off of retail with a minimum 1 year warranty (the "blemish" stuff is brand new with the full 3 year warranty), and often run additional %20-25 discounts on top of that in their retail stores. If you are investing in the Ryobi One+ platform you should really swing through and see what they have in stock first, I believe this same kit goes for $120 or less regularly in their store.
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Samsung pay has 2% rebate right now
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I have this kit and it's perfect for small jobs. It's definitely not the type you would want for a contractor or a large remodel, it's great for smaller stuff and light work around the house.

Yuppieir is right about the quality to an extent. I would still say that this kit is a good value at this price (price I paid for it on black Friday a few years ago). I still use this at a minimum weekly with no issues.
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I have this kit. I love them. Easy to add to with other tools that use same battery. Get it if you don't have a kit yet... We remodeled my whole house using these.
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I've had this set for three years now and its been awesome! Worth every penny. I bought a home a few years ago that needed a lot of work, and this set did everything I needed it to. I've used the hell out of every tool, especially the drill ( I've drilled through metal, used it to mix mortar, dropped it off 6 foot ladders by accident), and everything still works flawlessly. You'll definitely want to invest in the bigger batteries though. The ones that come with it don't last. You can maybe do about 10-12 cuts on 2x4's with the saw before the battery drains.
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Echoing a lot of the other comments, try to wait until you can get a brushless kit where you choose what's in it. I think they go for like $275 or $300, and while I'm not normally one to advocate for spending more money, they're absolutely worth it if you plan on using the tools.

If you're gonna use the saws in this kit like once ever, it's not too bad I guess, but they really aren't good at all. I use my brushless ryobi circular saw to rip sheets of MDF and plywood and it does it without any issues, these really struggle.
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BF is just 2 months away. The Ryobi deals are really good then
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Another option to get into brushless core tools to get started with Ryobi, this is a really solid buy for $150:

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com/p1845

Direct Tools is owned by TTI so you are buying direct from the manufacturer, "factory blemished" is really a new overstock tool with an extra sticker on the box, full 3 year warranty, etc..

If you have a DTO store locally and they stock this kit it will be %20 off assuming they continue their One+ sale through Sunday, which puts the price at $120... a very solid stating point for building your Ryobi collection.
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