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Deal of the Day: 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer and 16-Gauge Straight Nailer 2-Tool Combo Kit (5/21/20) $269

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"Deal of the Day" 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer and 16-Gauge Straight Nailer 2-Tool Combo Kit for $269.00. Enjoy Smilie
  • Nailers: AirStrike Technology provides cordless convenience, eliminating the need for a compressor and bulky air hose
  • Nailers: Toolless depth-of-drive adjustment helps protect work surface and allows proper setting of finish nails
  • Nailers: Convenient adjustment dial regulates air pressure for optimum results
  • Nailers: Dry-fire lockout feature extends tool life
  • Nailers: 2 non-marring pads to keep work surface free of tool marks
  • Nailers: Selectable drive shift with single sequential or contact actuation
  • 1.3 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries: Up to 20% more runtime, 45% lighter weight, and holds charge 4X longer compared to 18-Volt Ni-Cd battery (P100)
  • Dual Chemistry Charger: Charges 18-Volt ONE+ batteries in as little as 1 hour
  • Dual Chemistry Charger: Indicator lights show status as batteries are charged and maintained
  • Dual Chemistry Charger: Maintenance mode batteries stored on charger are conditioned for peak performance
  • Part of the RYOBI ONE+ System of over 125 Cordless Tools
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) P320 18-Gauge AirStrike Brad Nailer, (1) P325 16-Gauge AirStrike Finish Nailer, (1) P102 1.3 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery, (1) P118 18-Volt Dual Chemistry Charger, sample brad nails, sample finish nails, (2) belt clips, and operator's manuals.
  • *Stem Pack Style Battery

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FYI: If you already have a charger and don't care for the puny 1.3 Ah battery, you can get both the nailers individually for $250.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../203810823

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I have the 16 gauge, it's a solid nailer. With a 4ah battery it does well.
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Wife's gonna be pissed about spending money again on this tramp named Ryobi !
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I have the 16 gauge, it's a solid nailer. With a 4ah battery it does well.
Agreed - I actually have a 9aH and have never worried about it over the course of a small project. It is great when you aren't doing a lot of trim nails for a project (not doing a whole house of trim for instance). It can be heavy over time with the larger batteries so having it doing molding can be a work out!
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Debating between getting cordless vs air compressor + corded nailers combo such as this https://www.homedepot.com/p/Porte.../203471431

Besides the obvious cordless, is there any compelling reason to buy cordless ones given the combo is cheaper and the compressor is more "scalable' to do other jobs? I have a few ryobi tools and batteries already so I only need the tools.

Main use case for me would be to do woodworking (bradnail + glue to quickly make joints) + plan to do some home DIY jobs such as installing window casing and crown molding.
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Debating between getting cordless vs air compressor + corded nailers combo such as this https://www.homedepot.com/p/Porte.../203471431

Besides the obvious cordless, is there any compelling reason to buy cordless ones given the combo is cheaper and the compressor is more "scalable' to do other jobs? I have a few ryobi tools and batteries already so I only need the tools.

Main use case for me would be to do woodworking (bradnail + glue to quickly make joints) + plan to do some home DIY jobs such as installing window casing and crown molding.
It's just a case of convenience. Having an air compressor, even a small one like that, comes in handy. Low tires, soccer balls, kids toys, etc.

You'd be well served by either. The advantage to the cordless is just that they're easier to use, especially for quick jobs. They don't have a heavy air hose that you run out of just a bit short of where you want to nail something. They are however quite a bit bigger, so the air tool might be easier to work into cramped spaces.
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I have the same Brad Nailer but I need a finishing one. I will wait till BF for a better deal on the finishing nailer. I was thinking I wanted an air compressor one but I love my battery-operated one so I figure I will just get the same. No need to carry an air compressor around when I have become spoil with a battery-powered one. Thanks to the OP for posting this. Good deal regardless.
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I have the 16 gauge, it's a solid nailer. With a 4ah battery it does well.
One minor thing I'm not happy with Ryobi is that I didn't know that my 15 gauge nailer requires a minimum of 4ah battery to function properly, if not it would jam intermittently. Even the new 3ah batteries didn't cut it.
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Ugg exactly what I needed but I wasn't looking to spend this much. What's the chance I can get both of these for under $200 on directtools?
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Sometimes I regret choosing DeWalt instead of Ryobi. The DeWalt 20v brad nailers are like $350 just for the one tool..
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I have a 16 gauge Ryobi cordless nailer I haven't used much because it always jams up. Piece of junk. Now my Hitachi cordless framing nailer, that is a work of art!
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Sometimes I regret choosing DeWalt instead of Ryobi. The DeWalt 20v brad nailers are like $350 just for the one tool..
Dewalt and Hitachi cordless nailers are awesome, these Ryobi ones are always jamming.
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Ugg exactly what I needed but I wasn't looking to spend this much. What's the chance I can get both of these for under $200 on directtools?
I bought the 18 gauge brad nailer on discount tools direct for $59.99 for what it's worth. I love it. Very convenient.
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I bought the 18 gauge brad nailer on discount tools direct for $59.99 for what it's worth. I love it. Very convenient.
Now that's a slickdeal for sure.
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