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RYOBI 100-Piece Drill and Drive Set-A981007 - The Home Depot $14.88

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Been this price since Thanksgiving
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Hahaha. Retail price is $90.
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These are very soft. For light work only. Read the reviews.
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Hahaha. Retail price is $90.
Yeah 90 bucks retail is a joke
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When these go on sale for like $10 I buy because they all break.. even with light duty. I remember trying to drill into stucco so I could hang a camera and a bit snapped. These are utter garbage and perfect for throwing away or letting someone borrow so if they don't come back, you don't care. I'm no pro, just a weekend warrior when my slave driver wants something fixed, hung or replaced. These bits will snap, especially the thinner ones.. you can feel the difference in weight on the bosch or even the tapcon bit that comes with the screws.
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avoid ryobi bits at all costs, your'e better off buying whatever bit you need at walmart for $2, at least those won't break or snap until the 2nd or 3rd time you use them
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I'm a Ryobi (One+) fan and I have to concur with the comments: Ryobi bits (drill and driver) break and dull too easily. Fine for light use.
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lol @ retail price... dont be tricked, people.
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Quote from beware :
When these go on sale for like $10 I buy because they all break.. even with light duty. I remember trying to drill into stucco so I could hang a camera and a bit snapped. These are utter garbage and perfect for throwing away or letting someone borrow so if they don't come back, you don't care. I'm no pro, just a weekend warrior when my slave driver wants something fixed, hung or replaced. These bits will snap, especially the thinner ones.. you can feel the difference in weight on the bosch or even the tapcon bit that comes with the screws.
Drilling into stucco is considered light duty?
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Drilling into stucco is considered light duty?
It is when you're using a masonry bit. Those things are supposed to got through concrete.
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The normal price is $29 so it still is a good deal. But $90!?!?
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90 orig price is a joke. Many other ryibo tool are on sale too... and those orig price are not inflated.
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Yup its definitely not worth 90 just like everyone is saying. The 60 piece is on sale for $12.98 with a regular price of 19.99. This just says $90 worth of tools.
That said the black oxcide bits are decent just drilled though 1/8" stainless with that and a 12v driver. Great set for basic homeowners doing stuff around the house.
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$15 is about all this is worth at best anyway. Stay away from Ryobi bits except for their Titanium coated drill bits. Their impact bits are AWFUL.

Summary-- tools good, bits bad.
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