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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit: Drill/Driver, Impact Driver & More

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ P1819 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit (P1819) w/ 2x Batteries, Charger & Bag on sale for $199. Shipping is free, otherwise select free curbside pickup where available.

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Note, availability for curbside pickup may vary by location.

Includes
  • 1x P215 18-Volt ONE+ Drill/Driver w/ Bit
  • 1x P235A 18-Volt ONE+ Impact Driver w/ Bit
  • 1x P519 18-Volt ONE+ Reciprocating Saw w/ Blade
  • 1x P505 18-Volt ONE+ Circular Saw w/ Blade & Blade Wrench
  • 1x P343 18-Volt ONE+ Multi-Tool
  • 1x P705 18-Volt ONE+ Work Light
  • 1x P189 18-Volt ONE+ 1.5 Ah Battery
  • 1x P197 18-Volt ONE+ 4.0 Ah High Capacity Battery
  • 1x P118B 18-Volt ONE+ Charger,
  • 1x Bag
  • 1x Operator's Manuals

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    • This Ryobi ONE+ P1819 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit (P1819) is priced $100 off (33% savings) the list price.
    • This offer also matches our previous frontpage deal from Oct of last year.
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The price of this tool set is usually 299.99 now they have it for 199.99. It's good for a DIY

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AquaGorilla831 asked this question on 05-21-2021 at 10:49 AM
05-22-2021 at 08:39 AM
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05-30-2021 at 11:40 AM
Why would you post this in the Question & Answer section?
highestdef asked this question on 05-21-2021 at 02:30 PM
05-27-2021 at 07:03 AM
yes they do
06-01-2021 at 12:15 PM
Yes, all tools are already inside the bag, inside the box. However its all orientated from the factory, so good luck putting it all back in the exact same position if you want to fit everything back in the bag.
MikkoBraun asked this question on 05-27-2021 at 05:57 PM
05-30-2021 at 11:41 AM
They are not advertised as brushless, because they are NOT brushless.

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Great starter kit. This is similar to what I bought first for the same price, and is very versatile for variety of tasks around the house. Beware though, once you're hooked, you'll soon setup an SD alert for Ryobi and will keep buying 18V line tools every time there's a deal until you have no more space in your garage. Which is pretty much where I am right now, but the urge is still strong.
link to equivalent Milwaukee combo kit?
There is only 18V for this kind of tool line of Ryobi, there are 40V but mostly for lawn equipment, etc. The difference are the amps capacity of each combo you buy this comes with 1.5Ah and 4Ah, if you were to use the saw with the smaller battery it would't last you very long or a whole project, maybe good for the flashlight, depending the power tool you are using you would need a bigger battery or having to wait a full charge or just use your bigger battery 4Ah or upgrade to 6Ah, etc or buy more eventually.

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Good deal. If one assumes the bag, 2x batteries and charger are worth $50, and the flashlight $10, the remaining 5x tools are like under $29 each, which is a good deal IF you need all/most of them.
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Pretty sure this is what I paid on BF for the same kit.
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Great starter kit. This is similar to what I bought first for the same price, and is very versatile for variety of tasks around the house. Beware though, once you're hooked, you'll soon setup an SD alert for Ryobi and will keep buying 18V line tools every time there's a deal until you have no more space in your garage. Which is pretty much where I am right now, but the urge is still strong.
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The best addictive starter kit tools, After I bought this set last year now searching for Ryobi 18v for any tools needed 😀
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Can anyone explain the different types of Ryobi batteries? I've been trying to access their website, but it keeps stalling out.
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Can anyone explain the different types of Ryobi batteries? I've been trying to access their website, but it keeps stalling out.
There is only 18V for this kind of tool line of Ryobi, there are 40V but mostly for lawn equipment, etc. The difference are the amps capacity of each combo you buy this comes with 1.5Ah and 4Ah, if you were to use the saw with the smaller battery it would't last you very long or a whole project, maybe good for the flashlight, depending the power tool you are using you would need a bigger battery or having to wait a full charge or just use your bigger battery 4Ah or upgrade to 6Ah, etc or buy more eventually.
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There is only 18V for this kind of tool line of Ryobi, there are 40V but mostly for lawn equipment, etc. The difference are the amps capacity of each combo you buy this comes with 1.5Ah and 4Ah, if you were to use the saw with the smaller battery it would't last you very long or a whole project, maybe good for the flashlight, depending the power tool you are using you would need a bigger battery or having to wait a full charge or just use your bigger battery 4Ah or upgrade to 6Ah, etc or buy more eventually.
I hear there's One+ and HP types of batteries? What the difference exactly? Just trying to prep for Ryobi Days and see if I want to get in on the action. I got the ryobi air cannon deal from DTO a couple of weeks ago, just wondering if I should consider getting into another battery line.
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Great starter kit. This is similar to what I bought first for the same price, and is very versatile for variety of tasks around the house. Beware though, once you're hooked, you'll soon setup an SD alert for Ryobi and will keep buying 18V line tools every time there's a deal until you have no more space in your garage. Which is pretty much where I am right now, but the urge is still strong.
lol this describes me too. I keep waiting fir the next Ryobi alert for more products to complete my collection.
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Should I hop on this or wait for the deal coming up on 5/24? Mostly looking for an impact driver and drill
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I hear there's One+ and HP types of batteries? What the difference exactly? Just trying to prep for Ryobi Days and see if I want to get in on the action. I got the ryobi air cannon deal from DTO a couple of weeks ago, just wondering if I should consider getting into another battery line.
all Ryobi batteries are 18+, the new tools line are one + HP which are more compact and efficient since all or most are brushless. If you use for work brushless is best for you less maintenance and battery should last you a little more compared to brush 18V One+ like this combo above, but for home or occasional use around this works.
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Deal is back for $20 less without the bit kit.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../309659455
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is it worth getting the drill bit set for $20 more?

with inflation already here and on the rise, this seems like a good deal.

i was hoping to get brushless, but $200 will only get you a 2 piece combo drill/impact.

with 6 tools, i can do more DIY stuff.
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is it worth getting the drill bit set for $20 more?
$20 is pretty much the full MSRP for that drill/driver bit set. Lots of sub-$20 sets pop up here on a regular basis, so get it if you need it right this minute, but otherwise watch and wait. Father's Day deals should be popping up in short order, so keep an eye.

And don't feel compelled to stick with a Ryobi brand bit set. Personally I'm not a big fan of their drill and driver bits. They're functional, but wear out in relatively short order in my experience.
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