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300-Piece RYOBI Multi-Material Drill & Drive Kit w/ Case

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Home Depot has 300-Piece RYOBI Multi-Material Drill & Drive Kit w/ Case on sale for $39.97. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on $45+ orders. Thanks SpenceMcGin
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RYOBI Multi-Material Drill and Drive Kit (300-Piece) with Case - $39.97 was $99.00

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As much as I love Ryobi (have over 60 tools) the bits and drivers leave a lot to be desired.
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There's better quality out there for sure, but keep this puppy in your trunk or behind your truck seat. Friends and family always want me to "look" at something when I stop to visit and instead of hauling around good stuff, this has had what I've needed to get the majority of repairs done. The quality will get you by, and you won't be searching through their unorganized mess of bits and drivers, and you won't be suicidal if this gets stolen out of your vehicle either. Just my 2 cents.
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Incorrect sir DeWalt is owned by Stanley Black and Decker. Ryobi is owned by TTI
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As much as I love Ryobi (have over 60 tools) the bits and drivers leave a lot to be desired.
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As much as I love Ryobi (have over 60 tools) the bits and drivers leave a lot to be desired.
What would you recommend?
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Dewalt, Hitachi, makita, and Milwaukee are all decent
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As much as I love Ryobi (have over 60 tools) the bits and drivers leave a lot to be desired.
Absolutely, I've bought many Ryobi products and their bits are one of the few regretful purchases.

edit: changed drill to bits, oops
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I bought this last spring when I got my first home, it's been very handy as someone who basically had very limited tools and accessories. I'd give it 4/5 stars because of quality. Edit: I also paid this same price.
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What would you recommend?
I personally like the Bosch stuff as it's affordable but you can't go wrong with DeWalt if you want to pay the premium. In my humble opinion almost anyone is better. Same way with their blades. My go-to their is Diablo.
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Tempted, even though I already have a much more extensive set of drill bits and driver set. But this is more than enough as a starter for household work. And much easier to take with me to help out friends and family who are less skilled.
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As much as I love Ryobi (have over 60 tools) the bits and drivers leave a lot to be desired.
lol 100% agree. I bought a ryobi Screw Extractor kit and the bit broke inside the screw i was trying to extract... making it even harder to get the screw out.

I'm sure most of these would be find but you can get most of what you would need piece mealed from other deals as they pop up from better brands with high quality bits for close to $40 bucks. It just wont all be in one box.
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Iirc their power tools are made by the same company that produces dewalt, craftsman and a few other higher end companies.

However the bits and kits are made by a less reputable company.
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I personally like the Bosch stuff as it's affordable but you can't go wrong with DeWalt if you want to pay the premium. In my humble opinion almost anyone is better. Same way with their blades. My go-to their is Diablo.
Yup. Diablo blade came out sparkling in ProjectFarm reviews (YouTube channel). Great blades
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There's better quality out there for sure, but keep this puppy in your trunk or behind your truck seat. Friends and family always want me to "look" at something when I stop to visit and instead of hauling around good stuff, this has had what I've needed to get the majority of repairs done. The quality will get you by, and you won't be searching through their unorganized mess of bits and drivers, and you won't be suicidal if this gets stolen out of your vehicle either. Just my 2 cents.
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All my Ryobi drill bits wobble significantly... Never again!
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Iirc their power tools are made by the same company that produces dewalt, craftsman and a few other higher end companies.

However the bits and kits are made by a less reputable company.
Incorrect sir DeWalt is owned by Stanley Black and Decker. Ryobi is owned by TTI
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