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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.

Store: HomeDepot



  • (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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Created 09-06-2019 at 05:52 AM by ultafraz
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Anyone know how long this deal lasts?
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arent these set every 2 weeks on sale !
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Wait till Black Friday and get a Ridgid set.
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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.
What difference does it make if you have upgraded set when Ryobi believes customers are stupid enough to spend money on a junk? I could never figure out how Ryobi does it, never had any Ryobi that lasts more than few use; this really is a Noble prized material that obsolete all kinds of known obsolescence technique to boost its sales number. Some part will break, and then Roybi thrives on dodging its warranty obligation.
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I bought one of these on a similar sale last year before buying a house. These things are life savers.

I have used evey tool more than i expected (minus the flashlight) and I have to say the best thing ever is the multitool and the but driver.

I would recommend this to anyone
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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.
I used Ryobi drills while putting an addition on a house, among other things (decks, sheds etc.). Battery operated saws however are worthless.
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What difference does it make if you have upgraded set when Ryobi believes customers are stupid enough to spend money on a junk? I could never figure out how Ryobi does it, never had any Ryobi that lasts more than few use; this really is a Noble prized material that obsolete all kinds of known obsolescence technique to boost its sales number. Some part will break, and then Roybi thrives on dodging its warranty obligation.
My cheap ryobi drill with the cheapest battery has been going strong for years now.

You just have to buy tools that match your work load. My shed was build using a ryobi drill over a weekend. My biggest comolaint if the battery life but i cant complain too much since its the lowest mah battery they make.

If your a weekend woodworker ryobi is great. If your doing professional work all the time then you shouldnt be looking at low priced tools.
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This set is great except for the 5 1/2 inch circular saw is a bit weak and almost useless, everything else is great. But if you don't need it right away, you should wait for the Black Friday sale and get a brushless set.
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BF is just 2 months away. The Ryobi deals are really good then
I agree if you can wait, wait. I remember buying tools this time a few years ago and when Black Friday came along I had a big old frown on my face because the deals were so insane.
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Ok so I see these deals and they have various brands and different voltages of batteries. Great comment about how this is really the lowest power version of the Royobi brand.

So..... What does one suggest for the medium to advanced home repair DIY bloke. I'm relatively handy round the house and it's would be nice to have an impact wrench that can screw in carriage bolts and a drill that last more than an hour! I don't mind dollar cost averaging over a year buy buying a semi pro power / quality drill and battery then say an impact drill.
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I bought this for a foreclosed house that needed almost everything redone since the previous owner didn't take care of the house. I have had it for about a year and a half now and it is still doing well. I mostly use the sawzall, drill, and impact driver. For those that are talking about a bigger battery, keep in mind that it will make your tool heavier. The circular saw will drain the battery in less than 10 minutes of cutting. If I'm going to be cutting one or two 2x4 and I'm too lazy to take out the extension cord then I'll just use my ryobi circular. In my opinion, corded is a better option if I have any decent amount of wood to cut. I bought Diablo blades for the sawzall and it cuts 1" copper pipes easily. I've used everything in this kit and every time I pick up one of the tools, I'm glad I made the purchase. As someone that repairs their house every weekend, I would recommend it.
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I agree if you can wait, wait. I remember buying tools this time a few years ago and when Black Friday came along I had a big old frown on my face because the deals were so insane.
Yeah last year was especially good. Free brushless tools and the price kept dropping within 90 days so you could get price adjustments. $259 down to $199 and lower
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My cheap ryobi drill with the cheapest battery has been going strong for years now.

You just have to buy tools that match your work load. My shed was build using a ryobi drill over a weekend. My biggest comolaint if the battery life but i cant complain too much since its the lowest mah battery they make.

If your a weekend woodworker ryobi is great. If your doing professional work all the time then you shouldnt be looking at low priced tools.
Ryobi's warranty support via Home Depot and Direct Tools Outlet has been really good in my experience, though I've had limited opportunity to use it.

I've completely destroyed a brushed set of Porter Cable 20v tools doing demolition and build work on my property, so I upgraded my core "hard use" tool set to Milwaukee M18 Fuel (drill, driver, sawzall, angle grinder) but purchased everything else Ryobi ONE+ (sanders, nail gun, planer, inflater, fans, propane heater, radio, etc..) and have been very happy with both lines in their respective roles. With the availability of 6-port chargers for both platforms it's easy to keep a healthy set of batteries for both platforms ready to rock without taking up insane amounts of space.
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Would love to start seeing more of the combo sets without the drill and driver.
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I invested pretty heavily into Ryob's 40V line with their cordless trimmer, hedge trimmer, and blower. I ended up with two batteries and chargers. Within two years I'm down to one battery and charger. This is with minimal use, maybe once a month. The one battery barely ever held a charge and the other charger just stopped working this pas weekend.

YMMV of course, but for my money I'll likely invest elsewhere next time.
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