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Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit w/ Batteries, Charger & Bag

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit w/ Batteries, Charger & Bag (P1819) on sale for $199. Shipping is free. Thanks Tsx69

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  • Ryobi 18V One+ Drill/Driver w/ Bit (P215)
  • Ryobi 18V One+ Impact Driver w/ Bit (P235A)
  • Ryobi 18V One+ Reciprocating Saw w/ Blade (P519)
  • Ryobi 18V One+ Circular Saw w/ Blade + Blade Wrench (P505)
  • Ryobi 18V One+ Multi-Tool (P343)
  • Ryobi 18V One+ Work Light (P705)
  • Ryobi 18V One+ 1.5 Ah Battery (P189)
  • Ryobi 18V One+ 4.0 Ah High Capacity Battery (P197)
  • Ryobi 18+ One+ Charger (P118B)
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Part of Ryobi One+ system of over 125 cordless tool. Great starter kit for a variety of usage/operation. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Was looking around and found this. Good deal or wait for dewalt father's day specials?



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Disregard the naysayers. Ryobi is a quality brand for homeowners. I started with this pack when I first got a home and added many more since then. each piece has performed well. Brushless is nice, but there's nothing wrong with these conventional ones.
Great deal for a basic/starter DIY set. For $200 you get battery versions of most of the must-haves, on a reliable value-oriented platform that you can build on later.
At $199 it's a great deal. Ryobi is a reliable brand, not pro level or every day heavy use. They make a ton of tools that all use the same battery pack. Even if you end up wanting more, $199 won't break the bank, especially if you decide to start investing in better and (much) more expensive brands this will seem like a drop in the bucket in retrospect.

Edit: showing $299 for me in CA.

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are you sure its 199 and not 299? at 199 its heck of deal. What zipcode are seeing 199?
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are you sure its 199 and not 299? at 199 its heck of deal. What zipcode are seeing 199?

I'm using 27107 zipcode. NC.
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Showing up as $199 for me.

First time home owner and looking to buy tools for diy projects. Is this a good buy? It's kind of overwhelming with so many brands and different models between each brand. Please suggest? Thanks!
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Showing up as $199 for me.

First time home owner and looking to buy tools for diy projects. Is this a good buy? It's kind of overwhelming with so many brands and different models between each brand. Please suggest? Thanks!

First time home owner over here as well. Heard Ryobi is categorized for DIY home owners. Not as good as dewalt and some other top brand tools, but it will get the job done.
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Showing up as $199 for me.

First time home owner and looking to buy tools for diy projects. Is this a good buy? It's kind of overwhelming with so many brands and different models between each brand. Please suggest? Thanks!
At $199 it's a great deal. Ryobi is a reliable brand, not pro level or every day heavy use. They make a ton of tools that all use the same battery pack. Even if you end up wanting more, $199 won't break the bank, especially if you decide to start investing in better and (much) more expensive brands this will seem like a drop in the bucket in retrospect.

Edit: showing $299 for me in CA.
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This is a great starter set, I have all these tools myself and they have all worked great for me with no issues.
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Great deal for a basic/starter DIY set. For $200 you get battery versions of most of the must-haves, on a reliable value-oriented platform that you can build on later.
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Is a flashlight considered a tool?
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expensive for older model non-brushless ryobi tools
i'm shocked ryobi is still peddling some of these models in 2020
These are all new designs/refreshed back in 2019, probably exact same motors, as old base model tools, but the molded cases are new designs on all of these tools and LED light instead of incandescent bulb. I originally bought that kit 3 years ago and had buyer's remorse and took it back, the saw literally only could do five or six rips before the battery was dead.
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These are all new designs/refreshed back in 2019, probably exact same motors, as old base model tools, but the molded cases are new designs on all of these tools and LED light instead of incandescent bulb. I originally bought that kit 3 years ago and had buyer's remorse and took it back, the saw literally only could do five or six rips before the battery was dead.
Wait so you're saying this set is better than the one you bought?
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Wait so you're saying this set is better than the one you bought?
Slightly - it has one larger battery instead of just two small 1.3ah or 1.5ah's. LED light. But mostly it's just cosmetic design upgraded. They used to have 2 tiers of brushed tools, the drill was more compact and recip saw would have anti vibe feature but I don't know that new models have that 2 tier approach.

compare it to the 4 tool starter kit, that one used to have the lower tier stuff in it compared to the 6 tool one. at a minimum when I bought the kit 3 years ago I wished I would have gone with the 6 tool with the upgraded tools. But overall I ended up going with a DeWalt brushless set up and never looked back
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Is a flashlight considered a tool?
a cheap dim inefficient flashlight. lol. yep. and then if you want a decent light, you need to spend more money on one.

the flashlight is a junk filler item.
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