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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Li-Ion Brushless 1/2" Hammer Drill Kit (Factory Blemished)

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Direct Tools Factory Outlet has Ryobi ONE+ 18V Lithium-Ion Brushless 1/2" Hammer Drill Kit (Factory Blemished, P1813) on sale for $77.99. Shipping starts at $7 flat-rate on your entire order. Thanks Wicked_Jester

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  • P251 18V ONE+ Brushless 1/2" Hammer Drill/Driver
  • P108 18V ONE+ 4.0Ah Lithium+ Hight Capacity battery
  • P117 18V ONE+ Dual Chemistry Charger w/ IntelliPort Technology
  • Screwdriver bit
  • Auxiliary handle assembly
  • Tool bag
  • Operator's manual
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Hey was looking through Direct Tools Outlet's website and noticed a great price on the Ryobi Hammer Drill. I believe this was just $150 a few months ago. There is most likely a new model coming out so they are getting rid of these.

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https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...it/p/P1813
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Yes, but it's nice the factory blemished Ryobi tools still come with a 3 year warranty like the new models.
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(1) hammer drill, brushless, 750 in-lbs torque
(1) high capacity lithium+ battery 4.0ah
(1) dual chemistry charger
(1) screwdriver bit
(1) auxiliary handle assembly
(1) tool bag

Same kit listed on Home Depot for $159 Ryobi P1813 [homedepot.com]
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impact wrench for lug nuts
hammer drill for drilling into masonry and concrete
impact driver for driving
drill for drilling into wood, drywall, plaster, metal, etc
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btw it comes with a 4.0 amp battery
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A price somewhere in this post would be helpful. Preferably in the title. Good deal.
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I have this drill and like it... though I can only compare it to the cheapest harbor freight plug-in hammer drill, the brushless ryobi completely blows it away. To be fair, the cheap HF model was close to useless (and I am a HF fanboy).
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(1) hammer drill, brushless, 750 in-lbs torque
(1) high capacity lithium+ battery 4.0ah
(1) dual chemistry charger
(1) screwdriver bit
(1) auxiliary handle assembly
(1) tool bag

Same kit listed on Home Depot for $159 Ryobi P1813 [homedepot.com]
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Nice title
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Note: This is Factory Blemished
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Yes, but it's nice the factory blemished Ryobi tools still come with a 3 year warranty like the new models.
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A price somewhere in this post would be helpful. Preferably in the title. Good deal.
Thanks! It's my first slickdeals post 🙄
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Yes, but it's nice the factory blemished Ryobi tools still come with a 3 year warranty like the new models.
it's also important to note that many of these tools are in fact brand new with no issues whatsoever, but are required by TTI to sell as factory blemished when selling directly to consumers as to not violate the contracts they made with the brands they manufacture for
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Yes, but it's nice the factory blemished Ryobi tools still come with a 3 year warranty like the new models.
Correct, it's "labeled" factory blemished because of an exclusive "new" agreement with Home Depot.
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Any coupons to Factory Direct? free shipping coupons or anything?
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$90.27 shipped, not bad! 👍
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I've got a few of these from buying kits/promos over past couple years. Personally I think these are great drills - plenty of power, multiple speeds, brake on trigger release, last a long time. I have used a few other drills, while some nicer ones exist they were notably more expensive. I'm not pulling trigger today only bc I anticipate I'll buy some more kits over holiday sales and don't need a dozen drills.
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