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Ryobi 18 volt Brushless tools on sale at Home Depot

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When ordering you need to request in store pickup for the tool and have the batteries shipped. Immediately after placing the order cancel the batteries and it will still give you the discounted price. All prices are before sales tax. This should also work for any combo deals that are not brushless.

18 Volt Brushless Circular Saw $64.96
18 Volt Brushless Jig Saw $61.92 >$72.99
18 Volt Brushless Reciprocating Saw $72.99
18 Volt Brushless Angle Grinder $49.50
18 Volt Brushless Impact Driver $49.50

You need to add each item separately. First add the batteries here. https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../308056104

Then add the tool separately. I did one order at a time.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301848641

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../305439007

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301848739

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../301853890

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I do not know how much I have spent on Ryobi tools and batteries, but I know that I have spent at least $1,000. Damn SD
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I have spent a few have hundreds on Ryobi tools since November and have added 6 tools and a few batteries. With 10 tools now, I only want to get the sliding compound miter saw.
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I think the only tool i need is the multi tool. I have a few brushless but I'm not using them enough to switch to brushless. Doing tasks around the house with the correct tools certainly prevents headaches though.
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I'm sure this has been posted many times in different ways, but I appreciate the OP's work putting it into one post and breaking it down into price per tool. Thanks!
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I'm sure this has been posted many times in different ways, but I appreciate the OP's work putting it into one post and breaking it down into price per tool. Thanks!
Same here. Thumbs up!
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I have purchased the starter set, reconditioned brushless impact, tire inflator, reconditioned Bluetooth speaker, power inverter, and a few batteries that came with various deals along the way from ryobi. At work, all the tools are Milwaukee. Certain specific things are admittedly better than the ryobi versions, but for the average homeowner ryobi is a perfectly fine choice. FWIW, I have the Milwaukee 1/2 inch drive impact mainly for mechanical work on my car (it is the best I know of available for torque) and their 7" circular saw replaced my ryobi 6.xx" that died from the starter kit I originally started with. I think for the variability of the ryobi offerings, it can't be beaten, but for specific specialty tools like the impact wrench I got from Milwaukee it may be worth it to have multiple systems depending on your needs. Thanks for posting OP, I hope my two cents helps someone with their decision!
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I was dragging my feet last time, lmk when stapler and soldering station are available again
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Need the impact wrench
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Same also. Great org work if nothing else!
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Really wish these deals included the Brad Nailer
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I ordered the batteries shipped and the impact driver for pick up. After I received the confirmation email I canceled the battery order. It was canceled but I also got an email that the impact driver was also canceled. What am i doing wrong? I tried it with the circular saw also and same result.
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Uh jeez, I could use another drill driver at this point. I either already have or don't need the ones mentioned in this deal.
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