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Ryobi 18V ONE+ Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit w/ 3x 2.0Ah Batteries & Charger EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 18V ONE+ Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit w/ Batteries & Charger (P1980N) on sale for $209.40. Shipping is free. Thanks aepro

Includes:
  • Ryobi Brushless Drill/Driver w/ Screwdriver Bit (P252)
  • Ryobi Brushless Circular Saw (P508)
  • Ryobi Brushless Impact Driver & Bit (P239)
  • Ryobi Brushless 4.5" Angle Grinder/Cut-Off Tool (P423)
  • Ryobi LED Light (P705)
  • 3x Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 2.0 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries (P190)
  • Ryobi Dual Chemistry Charger (P118)
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 18V ONE+ Cordless 5-Tool Combo Kit w/ Batteries & Charger (P1980N) on sale for $209.40. Shipping is free.

Includes:
Ryobi Brushless Drill/Driver w/ Screwdriver Bit (P252)
Ryobi Brushless Circular Saw (P508)
Ryobi Brushless Impact Driver & Bit (P239)
Ryobi Brushless 4.5" Angle Grinder/Cut-Off Tool (P423)
Ryobi LED Light (P705)
3x Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 2.0 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries (P190)
Ryobi Dual Chemistry Charger (P118)
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Wish I could take them off your hands (i.e. make that trade). I like the 2Ah batteries as a light reasonable capacity choice for tools which don't require a lot of power. Flashlights are the obvious choice, but also light duty use of the drill and impact driver as well as some misc. tools like the low pressure inflator.

That said, the 1 2Ah and 1 3Ah HP batteries supplied with previous similar deals was a good packaging choice IMHO.​ You do want the additional power for that full size circular saw.
I agree but this is why they sell the bundle so cheap. To get rid of the outdated batteries. Just be happy its not the 1.3's anymore

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This is a FP Deal from yesterday that is now back in stock, for those who missed it.
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i wish ryobi would offer some sort of option to swap decent batteries into these kits. 2ah batteries really handicap the tools, PARTICULARLY the brushless versions. mine essentially collect dust getting used only when im desperate. id rather 1 3ah/4ah etc over a half dozen 2ah.
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i wish ryobi would offer some sort of option to swap decent batteries into these kits. 2ah batteries really handicap the tools, PARTICULARLY the brushless versions. mine essentially collect dust getting used only when im desperate. id rather 1 3ah/4ah etc over a half dozen 2ah.
I agree but this is why they sell the bundle so cheap. To get rid of the outdated batteries. Just be happy its not the 1.3's anymore
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No longer available online, it's saying when I try to checkout.
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Interesting, some pictures show the lower model impact, but when scrolling through HD page one or two show the upgraded impact model..
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just transferred money over to buy it, and its dead
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So the 2ah batteries don't last long I'm guessing. How long is not long?
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So the 2ah batteries don't last long I'm guessing. How long is not long?
I have the wet/dry vac and it runs for 30 minutes exactly on a 9ah Battery.
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I have the wet/dry vac and it runs for 30 minutes exactly on a 9ah Battery.
Thanks!
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was too late Frown
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Dangit, was too slow
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i wish ryobi would offer some sort of option to swap decent batteries into these kits. 2ah batteries really handicap the tools, PARTICULARLY the brushless versions. mine essentially collect dust getting used only when im desperate. id rather 1 3ah/4ah etc over a half dozen 2ah.
Wish I could take them off your hands (i.e. make that trade). I like the 2Ah batteries as a light reasonable capacity choice for tools which don't require a lot of power. Flashlights are the obvious choice, but also light duty use of the drill and impact driver as well as some misc. tools like the low pressure inflator.

That said, the 1 2Ah and 1 3Ah HP batteries supplied with previous similar deals was a good packaging choice IMHO.​ You do want the additional power for that full size circular saw.
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Great deal, for sure. I already have most of these tools and can vouch for them.

That LED light, though, is weak sauce. Why does there nearly always have to be one worthless filler in every tool kit?
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