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Ridgid 18V Cordless Drill/Driver & Impact Driver w/ 2 Batteries, Charger, & Bag

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Home Depot has Ridgid 18V Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver & Impact Driver 2-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x 2.0 Ah Batteries, Charger, & Bag (R96021SB) for $99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks eboebo

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.

Includes:
  • (1) R860052 Compact Drill/Driver
  • (1) R86034 Impact Driver
  • (2) 18-Volt 2.0 Ah Batteries
  • (1) 18-Volt Charger
  • (1) tool bag
  • (2) driving bits
  • (1) belt hook with screw, and operator's manual
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This is a great deal for anyone who wants a drill and impact driver combo and does not need the hammerdrill..

Includes: Drill, Impact Driver, (2) Batteries, Charger, and Bag

$99.00 shipped free or store pick up

https://www.homedepot.com/p/18-Vo.../308503673
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Are you talking about an impact driver or hammer drill here? I've never heard of a tool class called an impact drill in any official capacity...

Likewise, I think it's a little naive to say that Ryobi has the "best" in the market when comparing performance specifications. Ryobi is known for being a budget oriented brand more than anything else. "Best bang for your buck" more aptly applies to Ryobi in my honest opinion.
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You should put the brand in the title. Thanks.
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In case anyone gets this far, it's Ridgid.
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You should put the brand in the title. Thanks.
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Is a very solid deal, but for anyone seriously looking this is a generation back (x4) and not brushless. Definitely a good value at this price though, and about $70 or $80 cheaper than the newer brushless Gen5.
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Personally, I'm oscillating between this deal and the directtools Gen5 pre-owned kit w/ hammer drill and larger batteries for $115. Trying to decide how important that LSA is...
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Is a very solid deal, but for anyone seriously looking this is a generation back (x4) and not brushless. Definitely a good value at this price though, and about $70 or $80 cheaper than the newer brushless Gen5.
This is almost 3 generations back when you consider it's X4 and brushed. There was a Gen5x brushed set, Gen5x brushless, and now the Octane brushless set.

It's not a bad deal for Lifetime Service Agreement (LSA) on the batteries (and the tools obviously), but if you are ever going to push either tool to the limits in any way, the brushed drivers in both of these are going to leave a little more to be desired compared to the brushless options. I'm not a contractor but I think Ridgid's brushless models will last a lifetime for your average diy homeowner and will give more consistent performance over anything brushed
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Very good starter kit for Rigid. I thought it was Ryobi and was going to mention that Ryobi has arguably the best impact drill in the market when all metrics are considered
The p290? It is good but not the best. Certainly beat bang for your buck but not the best lb for lb. Ridgid does have a fantastic impact that retails for more than the p290. Also, worth mentioning these are not brushless tools. Imo non brushless ryobi is not worth it unless you use your tools seldom, or lightly. the same is true for ridgid. Milwaukee or Dewalt brushed handles more business.
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is there any way we can get 20% coupon like lowes from home depot?
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Very good starter kit for Rigid. I thought it was Ryobi and was going to mention that Ryobi has arguably the best impact drill in the market when all metrics are considered
Are you talking about an impact driver or hammer drill here? I've never heard of a tool class called an impact drill in any official capacity...

Likewise, I think it's a little naive to say that Ryobi has the "best" in the market when comparing performance specifications. Ryobi is known for being a budget oriented brand more than anything else. "Best bang for your buck" more aptly applies to Ryobi in my honest opinion.
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is there any way we can get 20% coupon like lowes from home depot?
10% coupons from moving kits I think still work, but Home Depot has greatly diminished any POS discounts and rather market in store and website discounts now. There are exceptions but those are very few and far between now
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Personally, I'm oscillating between this deal and the directtools Gen5 pre-owned kit w/ hammer drill and larger batteries for $115. Trying to decide how important that LSA is...
I have have several tools from Ridgid, and buying the bundle was a great deal...every too I added comes with lifetime warranty's.... the Orignal batteries x2 have been replaced a couple times in 8 years by walking into Home Depot and the manager giving new one off the shelf. I had the original flash light go out.... Home Depot manager walked out to isle with me and said pick which one I wanted...haha. Light cannon it was. Granted this is special treatment because I'm nice to everyone there. But for the most part Ridgid is great. None of my tools failed ....the only issue I have is the saws are not very powerful and go through batteries fast
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Have used Ridgid cordless tools since first introduced and have never had any problem.
HD is great with the life time warranty on batteries and the tools do have decent power , well built and balanced.
From my experience I believe this would hold up well for most users
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