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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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Reciprocating Saw: Features tool-free blade change
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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.
Batteries go bad with every tool company. What did they tell you when you brought it in for warranty replacement?
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I bought this combo for $250 a couple of months back when I moved into my new house. It has already saved me more than that.

I used it for small repairs around the house. Fixing window operators, screwing down French doors, cutting floor boards with the saw, etc. Last night I used the reciprocating saw to cut my main door lock that got jammed. Still haven't done anything that the battery didn't last for.

One of my best investments this year.
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Bought this same kit for same price six months ago—love it. Bought a two pack of bigger batteries, as the included ones are small. Have since bought the jigsaw—not great—but this kit is a great value. Surprised at how good the hammer drill is. Circular saw is small—2x4 cutting is the max, be aware of that. I use these tools hard over the weekend, so not sure if sporadic use gets a different result.
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not brushless
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Plus 11% rebate for in-store purchases at some locations this week.

https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
Just bought it in store $149.99 plus free 2 batteries Manchester, ct homedept
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Just bought it in store $149.99 plus free 2 batteries Manchester, ct homedept
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Those that have this kit, how is the impact driver and drill? For brushed tools, are these their bottom of the line driver and drill? Honestly, these are probably the 2 tools I'll use the most from this combo kit. Not sure if it's better for me to wait for future sales of better "brushed" driver/drill combos.

Do these models have the 3 led lights? And does the impact driver have multiple speeds? Or just one speed?

I think I'm going to pull the trigger.
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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.
So, I think Roybi is targeting its customers.

My problem stated with this advertised special price, and the drill went haywire after a few use. I send to Ryobi for a repair, took more than a year to get my tool back. They're very clever with excuses my they're holding unto customer's property. When I got my drill back, it was worse than condition it was sent to, and Ryobi said go and send it back. You can't be happy with their warranty services. That's why I haven't touch Ryobi for more than a decade.

Recently, I found good deal on Ryobi vacuum. People say things are bound to change in decade. Not so with Ryobi. Vacuum broke down after few use. I contacted Ryobi customer service, and they responds,

Thank you for your receipt, however , our products are exclusive with The Home Depot. Your unit was purchased from VIP tool outlet which is not one of our authorized reseller and we cannot honor any type of warranty. I would recommend contacting the seller and seeing if they have any type of warranty program. I hope this helps.
This is after several phone calls, which Ryobi does NOT pick up a phone in less than one to two hours, claiming they're busy. Three or four telephone call later, I submitted document request. You think I have right to be upset?

I had DeWalt, never been happier because it does not go haywire, and I regain more than 50% of my initial investment after nearly 10 years of use. Ryobi breaks a lot, according to Home Depot employee. They sell Ryobi, and they know it. Home Depot employee I spoke think you're an idiot to expect Ryobi will last; they survive on keep sellling junks to a new a new sucker.
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Sadly some of my Ryobi tools didn't survive lending out so I replaced them with the Milwaukee M18 sale stuff (circ saw, sawsall, angle grinder) and ... wow.

I'll still keep my drill, impact, and the many odds and ends that are cheap and handy from Ryobi, but the heavier tools...the circ saw in particular just don't compare.

Great price for a starter set, but if you find yourself using them regularly and struggling...it's not you. It's the tool. (well, probably) . Upgrading batteries has been mentioned and will help quite a bit.
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So, I think Roybi is targeting its customers.

My problem stated with this advertised special price, and the drill went haywire after a few use. I send to Ryobi for a repair, took more than a year to get my tool back. They're very clever with excuses my they're holding unto customer's property. When I got my drill back, it was worse than condition it was sent to, and Ryobi said go and send it back. You can't be happy with their warranty services. That's why I haven't touch Ryobi for more than a decade.

Recently, I found good deal on Ryobi vacuum. People say things are bound to change in decade. Not so with Ryobi. Vacuum broke down after few use. I contacted Ryobi customer service, and they responds,

Thank you for your receipt, however , our products are exclusive with The Home Depot. Your unit was purchased from VIP tool outlet which is not one of our authorized reseller and we cannot honor any type of warranty. I would recommend contacting the seller and seeing if they have any type of warranty program. I hope this helps.
This is after several phone calls, which Ryobi does NOT pick up a phone in less than one to two hours, claiming they're busy. Three or four telephone call later, I submitted document request. You think I have right to be upset?

I had DeWalt, never been happier because it does not go haywire, and I regain more than 50% of my initial investment after nearly 10 years of use. Ryobi breaks a lot, according to Home Depot employee. They sell Ryobi, and they know it. Home Depot employee I spoke think you're an idiot to expect Ryobi will last; they survive on keep sellling junks to a new a new sucker.
And ive been to hardware stores that think dewalt is shit. Been to car dealerships that think fords/chevy/toyotas are shit and people are idiots for buying them...and tbey sell them.

Im not saying you or others havent had bad experiences. That hapoens with every brand (my dewalt shit the bed after 3 years of mild use and i had to pay for shipping both ways to have it repaired). My Hitatchi had an issue with the drill bits getting stuck (fixed as well).

Plenty of people have had great expierence with ryobi (me being one of them). Some not so much. The exact same thing can be said for every brand out there.

Your argument of a min wage home depot employees opinion being the be all end all is asinine. The woodworkers guild im part of recommends ryobi for people looking fir decebt tools as they are starting out or if they are only weekend woodworkers. Ill take a person whos been woodworking for decades over a cashier who works 30 hours a week at a home depot....
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LOL, the negative posts here point out that tools which cost a couple hundred each are better than tools that are $200 for 6. Flabbergasting news!

That being said, Ryobis, though clearly not the best quality out there, are very functional tools that will get the job done for the typical homeowner or hobbyist. I've even seen the occasional professional sporting a neon green Ryobi now and then, but if you rely on your tools for a living (and don't have a backup), then you should be paying out the nose for a higher end brand that has next day warranty service. (Though Ryobi's warranty coverage is nothing like the year long embellishment someone prevaricated earlier.)
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And ive been to hardware stores that think dewalt is shit. Been to car dealerships that think fords/chevy/toyotas are shit and people are idiots for buying them...and tbey sell them.

Im not saying you or others havent had bad experiences. That hapoens with every brand (my dewalt shit the bed after 3 years of mild use and i had to pay for shipping both ways to have it repaired). My Hitatchi had an issue with the drill bits getting stuck (fixed as well).

Plenty of people have had great expierence with ryobi (me being one of them). Some not so much. The exact same thing can be said for every brand out there.

Your argument of a min wage home depot employees opinion being the be all end all is asinine. The woodworkers guild im part of recommends ryobi for people looking fir decebt tools as they are starting out or if they are only weekend woodworkers. Ill take a person whos been woodworking for decades over a cashier who works 30 hours a week at a home depot....
If you use Ryobi for contractor's work, I'd suggest good quality paint to hide your tools brand, preemptively taking care your employer's/boss's suspicion, if you're competent and that your work will earn his hard earn money. Personally, I would send the worker home if the worker shows up with inadequate and unusable tools. Why? I don't like to deal with unserious people, who is better suited for posting paid posters.
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If you use Ryobi for contractor's work, I'd suggest good quality paint to hide your tools brand, preemptively taking care your employer's/boss's suspicion, if you're competent and that your work will earn his hard earn money. Personally, I would send the worker home if the worker shows up with inadequate and unusable tools. Why? I don't like to deal with unserious people, who is better suited for posting paid posters.
Why are you bringing up contractors?

If your a contractor why the shit would you be looking at budget tools? You completely miss the target customer for these.

Just because something isnt professional grade doesnt mean its shit. You buy tools for what you do. For weekend woodworkers and beginners this is a great kit. If your building a hotel...then no.

Like i nentioned earlier. I used a ryobi drill to build my shed. Ive built countless cabinets as well using it. Works great.

You might have the most asinine posts ive ever seen on this forum.
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Pondered for a few days, finally dived in. The trade war and tariff is my concern - am afraid that this black friday or Xmas sales will be a lot different from previous years.
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