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Nice deal! The drill combo had been running at 129 for the last several weeks. For 10 more bucks you get some nice added value.

Two things:

1) I returned these drills and went with the brushless 5 tool combo set on sale a few weeks ago. The brushed impact drill is noticeably larger and heavier than their brushless version. The brushed version probably would be great for most; I had just been borrowing a Dewalt XR Impact, and the Ryobi brushless feels nearly identical.

2) people hate on the flashlight. But it's something I'm glad they Include. During hurricane season, it's great to have another LED light with several battery backups!
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2) people hate on the flashlight. But it's something I'm glad they Include. During hurricane season, it's great to have another LED light with several battery backups!
Yup, couldnt agree with you more.

I also got this area light
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../305191740

Batteries + Flashlight + Area light = prepared for any power outage.
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Need a string trimmer deal - c'mon Ryobi!
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There is also a (decent, I think, I'm not a big Ryobi shopper) deal on a 6-tool combo with a starter set of drill/driver bits which is $299 right now: https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../312965436

includes circular saw, oscillating tool, recip saw, drill, driver, ye olde flashlight, 2 batteries charger and the drill/driver bits
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Nice deal! The drill combo had been running at 129 for the last several weeks. For 10 more bucks you get some nice added value.

Two things:

1) I returned these drills and went with the brushless 5 tool combo set on sale a few weeks ago. The brushed impact drill is noticeably larger and heavier than their brushless version. The brushed version probably would be great for most; I had just been borrowing a Dewalt XR Impact, and the Ryobi brushless feels nearly identical.

2) people hate on the flashlight. But it's something I'm glad they Include. During hurricane season, it's great to have another LED light with several battery backups!

we(i) dont hate on the flashlight for it being included, we hate on it for being a piece of garbage, lol. for $15 i can go out and buy a light that has 10x the output of this light that is much more durable and has a more efficient led chip. if i remember correctly this only has 2 brightness levels too. a tiny amount of investment on ryobi's part would make this a go to light rather than something that collects dust in the basement. add a usb outlet... something. anything. at this point it is the cheapest thing that they can toss in a kit to call it a 4 tool kit instead of 5 tool.

in any event, i cant wait for the brushless version of this exact combo to go on sale. ive already replaced my circ saw with a brushless, and my sawzall just died. time to upgrade the rest and take the brushed versions to my off grid cabin for use there.
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Need a string trimmer deal - c'mon Ryobi!
direct tools factory outlet has a 40v that is pretty cheap right now.
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we(i) dont hate on the flashlight for it being included, we hate on it for being a piece of garbage, lol. for $15 i can go out and buy a light that has 10x the output of this light that is much more durable and has a more efficient led chip. if i remember correctly this only has 2 brightness levels too. a tiny amount of investment on ryobi's part would make this a go to light rather than something that collects dust in the basement. add a usb outlet... something. anything. at this point it is the cheapest thing that they can toss in a kit to call it a 4 tool kit instead of 5 tool.

in any event, i cant wait for the brushless version of this exact combo to go on sale. ive already replaced my circ saw with a brushless, and my sawzall just died. time to upgrade the rest and take the brushed versions to my off grid cabin for use there.
I'm sure that those $15 lights you refer to are very nice for the purposes that they are made for, but do you really need a blinding 10x the light output for a worklight? Do they take Ryobi tool batteries? Do they get 35 hours of run time? Do they have rotating heads? Do they hang on 2x4's? Do they have mounting hooks and a nail slot for easy hanging anywhere?
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direct tools factory outlet has a 40v that is pretty cheap right now.
Thanks but im all-in on the 18v ecosystem.
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I'm sure that those $15 lights you refer to are very nice for the purposes that they are made for, but do you really need a blinding 10x the light output for a worklight? Do they take Ryobi tool batteries? Do they get 35 hours of run time? Do they have rotating heads? Do they hang on 2x4's? Do they have mounting hooks and a nail slot for easy hanging anywhere?
what if i told you that ryobi could have given us a light with all of these these ultra cool(aka pointless) features you speak of and ALSO do the thing it is supposed to do, well. aka, produce light from electricity.

lol. you are the same person that is always defending these lights. This is nearly a copy paste from your previous post ive seen here.

Your desperate attempt to come to ryobi's defense for screwing you over with a light that they could have made 10x better with minimal effort is quite honorable, if not incredibly misguided.

yes the light i refer to has WELL over 35 hours of run time, lol. its quite an easy task. on a smaller battery, too cause its a decent led chip instead of the garbage chip ryobi throws in these.. and yeah, 10x brighter is an option. an option that you can... wait for it... not use because the light has more than 2 light level settings!!!! because the manufacturer decided to spend an extra 5 cents a piece on a better switch. they also have magnetic tail caps so they can mount in a lot of places. they have a wider beam so a rotating head to shine the really splotchy beam pattern isnt necessary. they are made of more durable metal, and also have a universal 1" body with tons of mounting options for them. there are also $7 headlamps that do the same thing with no need for a corny 2x4 mount. ohh, and they also have microusb chargers built in so you can run them off of ryobi's batteries using a ryobi usb device.

this light cost them pennies to make. if they would have put any more effort into making it a beter light, we wouldnt have to go out and buy their real lights with real features and decent light coverage.
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what if i told you that ryobi could have given us a light with all of these these ultra cool(aka pointless) features you speak of and ALSO do the thing it is supposed to do, well. aka, produce light from electricity.

lol. you are the same person that is always defending these lights. This is nearly a copy paste from your previous post ive seen here.

Your desperate attempt to come to ryobi's defense for screwing you over with a light that they could have made 10x better with minimal effort is quite honorable, if not incredibly misguided.

yes the light i refer to has WELL over 35 hours of run time, lol. its quite an easy task. on a smaller battery, too cause its a decent led chip instead of the garbage chip ryobi throws in these.. and yeah, 10x brighter is an option. an option that you can... wait for it... not use because the light has more than 2 light level settings!!!! because the manufacturer decided to spend an extra 5 cents a piece on a better switch. they also have magnetic tail caps so they can mount in a lot of places. they have a wider beam so a rotating head to shine the really splotchy beam pattern isnt necessary. they are made of more durable metal, and also have a universal 1" body with tons of mounting options for them. there are also $7 headlamps that do the same thing with no need for a corny 2x4 mount. ohh, and they also have microusb chargers built in so you can run them off of ryobi's batteries using a ryobi usb device.

this light cost them pennies to make. if they would have put any more effort into making it a beter light, we wouldnt have to go out and buy their real lights with real features and decent light coverage.
Wow, how did you see "desperation" in what I posted? Can we maybe leave the personal emotion aside and stick to discussing the tools?

I simply copied my post from the last time this deal was posted and someone (was it you?) criticized this light in comparison to some other unspecified light that lacks the utility of the one in this kit.

Of course you can buy "better" lights, but as far as worklights go, this light is fine, has many useful features, and uses Ryobi batteries.

Edit: Ryobi does offer brighter work lights if that is what you are after, but they're not included in these inexpensive multi tool kits.
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Still showing $199.00 for me.
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Wow, how did you see "desperation" in what I posted? Can we maybe leave the personal emotion aside and stick to discussing the tools?

I simply copied my post from the last time this deal was posted and someone (was it you?) criticized this light in comparison to some other unspecified light that lacks the utility of the one in this kit.

Of course you can buy "better" lights, but as far as worklights go, this light is fine, has many useful features, and uses Ryobi batteries.

Edit: Ryobi does offer brighter work lights if that is what you are after, but they're not included in these inexpensive multi tool kits.
i see "desperation" in someone using gimmicky nonsensefeatures as a reason its a good light. its like touting the quality of your car based off of the cup holders. i also see desperation on ryobi's part trying to make the light seem attractive by offering all of these non useful features. this is not a personal emotion, lol. but nice try picking out one word i used and using it as a smoke screen to attempt to invalidate all of my very accurate points on why this light is a joke.


you keep saying "it uses ryobi batteries"... ok, i get it. what is your point? i want ryobi to include useful lights in these kits, not toy lights. guess what? those lights would also use ryobi batteries.


ryobi offers brighter work lights because they know this thing is worthless and doesnt get the job done for 95% of people.
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I see $199?
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....doesnt get the job done for 95% of people.
Let's skip all the emotional bluster and just stick to the facts:
95% of customers recommended
I understand that you in particular don't like this light, but most people do and the reviews are overwhelming positive with 4.7 star average over 500 reviews.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../300509751
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