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Ryobi 18V ONE+ 6-Tool Kit w/ Batteries/Charger/Bag + 60pc Drill & Drive Kit EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit w/ (2) Batteries, Charger & Bag + Bonus 60-pc Drill & Drive Kit on sale for $220.97. Shipping is free to home or to store for pickup.

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Includes:
  • 6 Tools, 2 Batteries, Charger, Bag, and Accessories
  • Bonus Drill and Drive Kit (60-Piece)
  • Over 175 ONE+ Tools – All Work With Any RYOBI ONE+ 18V Battery

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UPDATE:
The 6-tool available at $199 as of 5/19. (normally at $299)
(previous deal on same 6-tool combo + bit set at $220 is not available anymore)

Normally $299.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../309659455
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I appreciate your input on the overall set, but it is unfair to compare prices from 4 years ago and say it isn't much of a deal. Comparing the current price over the last year's varying cost is much more appropriate.

In 2017, my house was worth about 300-325k - Today, it is worth about 100k more.Peace
This is a nice set if your starting some DIY projects. I feel Ryobi gets a bad rep, but they do a great job in keeping tools backwards compatible with their evolving batteries. If I didn't have the tools I have already, I'd go with this.
Doesn't work like that. The tools are a kit under one sku.

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Looks nice.
I would get it if I didn't already have Ridgid drill and driver. Trying not to rathole myself with multiple lines.

The oscillating tool plus a 4Ah + 1.5Ah battery seems worthwhile. Ryobi has a lot of tools to go with the line up, and based on what I've seen is very good for a basic to intermediate DIY'r
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I don't need like 4 of the tools, is it worth it buy and return the driver, drill, reciprocating saw, circular saw? I want the batteries, charger, multitool, and I guess - the light and bag.
Doesn't work like that. The tools are a kit under one sku.
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I love my Ryobi tools. I have a large collection, with the batteries and chargers to go with them. They were part of my every day DIY life in our "fixer-upper" that we owned for a little over 5 years. We've since sold that house, but I still have my tools and use them often.

That being said, this is not much of a deal in my opinion. I bought a similar combo back in December of 2017 for $159.43. It was the 7 tool combo kit with charger, bag, and two 1.3Ah batteries. Yes, this kit has a 1.5ah and 4.0ah battery, so that's an improvement. Also, the drill and drive kit is useful (I have the same one...pretty sure I bought it for < $20). But does it close the $60 gap? Nah.

I appreciate your input on the overall set, but it is unfair to compare prices from 4 years ago and say it isn't much of a deal. Comparing the current price over the last year's varying cost is much more appropriate.

In 2017, my house was worth about 300-325k - Today, it is worth about 100k more.Peace
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This is a nice set if your starting some DIY projects. I feel Ryobi gets a bad rep, but they do a great job in keeping tools backwards compatible with their evolving batteries. If I didn't have the tools I have already, I'd go with this.
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I only need the multi-tool since I already have everything else. Could of course sell the rest, but maybe I just sit this one out since I already bought the router/two sanders combo earlier this week. laugh out loud
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Good chance to jump into the ecosystem if you are on the fence. I will wait until the 25th to cherry pick individual tools when the Home Depot sale goes online. I have most of the tools in this set already.
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Good chance to jump into the ecosystem if you are on the fence. I will wait until the 25th to cherry pick individual tools when the Home Depot sale goes online. I have most of the tools in this set already.
Kind of being cheap here but hey I'm on Slickdeals. New home owner and looking to get Ryobi tools (I have 0 tools) and a weed Wacker soon.

Feel like I only need a drill and recip saw plus batteries. You think memorial day sales will be better?
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I love my Ryobi tools. I have a large collection, with the batteries and chargers to go with them. They were part of my every day DIY life in our "fixer-upper" that we owned for a little over 5 years. We've since sold that house, but I still have my tools and use them often.

That being said, this is not much of a deal in my opinion. I bought a similar combo back in December of 2017 for $159.43. It was the 7 tool combo kit with charger, bag, and two 1.3Ah batteries. Yes, this kit has a 1.5ah and 4.0ah battery, so that's an improvement. Also, the drill and drive kit is useful (I have the same one...pretty sure I bought it for < $20). But does it close the $60 gap? Nah.
I got this same deal ur referencing, I think it was around Christmas 2017 cause I got the set for my hubby. I don't think they'll ever be that price again tho the way the economy is heading
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Kind of being cheap here but hey I'm on Slickdeals. New home owner and looking to get Ryobi tools (I have 0 tools) and a weed Wacker soon.

Feel like I only need a drill and recip saw plus batteries. You think memorial day sales will be better?
Yes, it's buy two batteries, get one free tool for $99.

https://slickdeals.net/f/15013669-ryobi-days-2021-4ah-battery-2-pack-free-tool-starting-5-24-home-depot?v=1
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Quote from migg13 :
Kind of being cheap here but hey I'm on Slickdeals. New home owner and looking to get Ryobi tools (I have 0 tools) and a weed Wacker soon.

Feel like I only need a drill and recip saw plus batteries. You think memorial day sales will be better?
The drill and impact driver alone (tool only) is probably about $100. The batteries and charger alone would probably cost $60. For $60 you can get all the other tools in this set for really cheap in case you ever need them.
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