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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Kit (Drill/Driver, Impact Driver, Reciprocating Saw, Work Light)

$129
$199.00
w/ 2 Batteries & More + Free S/H
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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18V 4-Tool Combo Kit (P1818) on sale for $129. Shipping is free, otherwise choose free store pickup where stock permits.

Note: Availability for pickup may vary by location.

Thanks to community member tunabreath for finding this deal.

Includes:
  • 1x 18-Volt ONE+ Drill/Driver with screwdriver bit (P215)
  • 1x 18-Volt ONE+ Impact Driver with bit (P235A)
  • 1x 18-Volt ONE+ Reciprocating Saw with wood cutting blade (P519)
  • 1x 18-Volt ONE+ Work Light (P705)
  • 1x 18-Volt ONE+ 1.5 Ah Compact Battery (P189)
  • 1x 18-Volt ONE+ 4.0 Ah High Capacity Battery (P197)
  • 1x 18-Volt Charger (P118B)
  • 1x Tool bag
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty

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Home Depot has RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless 4-Tool Combo Kit with (2) Batteries, 18-Volt Charger, and Bag for $129. Shipping is free.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../309659432 >Now $139 > Now $129

Includes:
  • (1) P215 18-Volt ONE+ Drill/Driver with screwdriver bit
  • (1) P235A 18-Volt ONE+ Impact Driver with bit
  • (1) P519 18-Volt ONE+ Reciprocating Saw with wood cutting blade
  • (1) P705 18-Volt ONE+ Work Light
  • (1) P189 18-Volt ONE+ 1.5 Ah Compact Battery
  • (1) P197 18-Volt ONE+ 4.0 Ah High Capacity Battery
  • (1) P118B 18-Volt Charger
  • (1) bag
  • and operator's manuals
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Seems to me there's a WHOLE lot of, 'It's good enough for homeowners but not for pros' stuff in this, and other, threads.

Over the past 20 years, I have had dozens of Ryobi battery tools. Some remain unused because they came in a package deal back when I needed batteries and the price was right. Know what? I have had exactly one Ryobi tool fail. And, it was their lowest end, blue,18V blower/sweeper. The blower/impeller wheel broke at the hub. And, that happened in the past 2 weeks. OK, one knock on Ryobi - That part is not available.

I have used Ryobi drills, impact drivers, 5.5" circular saws, blowers, weed-eaters, flashlights, reciprocating saws, multi-tool, grinder, etc. both professionally on rental property projects and for personal use. Based on my experience, they have performed extremely well.

I tried a DeWALT drill years ago - The plastic housing twisted to an unacceptable degree and it was returned. I had the original Makita 9.6V drills, etc. (later the 12V versions) and they were under-powered. But, so is most lower voltage stuff. I have a corded Milwaukee circular saw but it is heavy, cumbersome, etc. Sure, it makes a deeper, faster cut but it ain't battery-powered! I also have corded Makita reciprocating saws and a Milwaukee Sawzall - They work well. But, again, they need a cord. The Sawzall's weight comes in handy when cutting steel clamped in a vise. But, I have several vises and all have outlets within inches. I'll also mention that there just isn't any substitute for a Bosch SDS-Plus 11236VS or similar rotary hammer/drill. Those things are nothing short of amazing. The first time I used one, I was shocked. Mine were bought used and have seen a good bit of action without a single failure. BUT, they have cords - Great cords - But, still, cords.

A fair estimate is that I use the Ryobi battery tools 98% of the time. Of course, I am not (generally) into production work where I have to frame 100+ feet of wall a day. But, doing rehab work on rental properties will tax almost any power tool.

I wrote this in an attempt to clear the air a bit on the Ryobi-is-second-rate notion that seems to be present in threads like this one. YMMV but I appreciate the reliability and the battery compatibility of Ryobi tools. I do not, particularly, like their upper management for reasons that I won't go into. Except to say that I absolutely despise their promo emails that employ rapidly changing images - Blink, blink, blink, etc. VERY annoying. (As is that bank of animated Emojis that appears to the right of the box I am currently typing in!)

I just ordered a 40V Ryobi lawnmower (not because I really cut a lot of grass - I don't) but because I need something more than a weed-eater now and then and a gas mower would be more trouble to use/maintain. I also ordered an 18V Ryobi 6.5" circular saw because the 5.5" models won't quite cut through some "wet" treated lumber now and then - due to wet lumber being thicker than dry lumber. But, my little 5.5" saws have seen a lot of action and have never failed.

Ryobi ain't perfect. But, generally, they have two types of batteries and that's it. You don't need the whole gamut of 9V, 12/14V, 18/20V, 36/40V, 60V, etc. That is a very important factor for me.

OK. So, I take care of my tools. They are not rained on, they are almost never over-heated, they are oiled/sharpened/cleaned as required, etc. I wish I could say they have never been dropped but I can't. However, the few times my Ryobi tools have been dropped, the worst result was dented or scarred plastic. It's amazing that one impact driver is still operational and in one piece!

Maybe I am lucky.

Maybe Ryobi is second rate. I doubt it.

One last thing. I believe they warrant their stuff for 3 years minimum. Maybe that's incorrect because I didn't bother to check. I had a battery once that was replaced under warranty. At the time, the process was not a simple one. I don't know how it works now for reasons that should be obvious, if you've read this far.
If you have to lie in order to get a refund, that sounds like fraud.

And no, they won't take back one piece of a boxed kit.
Someone tell Home Depot and Ryobi we need a deal for the brushless tools!

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This is a great starter set.
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Someone tell Home Depot and Ryobi we need a deal for the brushless tools!
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Someone tell Home Depot and Ryobi we need a deal for the brushless tools!
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../314857867
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Been waiting on a Ryobi blower deal forever... 😞
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Price is starting to make me want to start off with all Ryobi instead of saving up for each pricey dewalt tool…
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Quote from Th0m4svu :
Price is starting to make me want to start off with all Ryobi instead of saving up for each pricey dewalt tool…
Ryobi is a great start to having tools for the first years of the DIY life, and certainly more than capable of handling home stuff. I have been happy with them for a couple of years now.
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This is a killer deal! I already have the reciprocating saw, anyone know if I could buy this kit and return the saw for the full $79? Or would it be a modified return price similar to the ryobi days deal?

Worst case I could always return my saw from ryobi days deal and keep this one. Just trying to see which would give best refund.

This is an awesome deal, especially with 1.5 and 4ah batteries + charger.
This is a kit in one box. You can't return part of it. You could sell locally
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This or the 5 piece set for $149?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI...280033-_-N
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Technically, you can return one item to the store for store credit. Just say you got it as a gift but didn't get a receipt. Worked for me.
If you have to lie in order to get a refund, that sounds like fraud.

And no, they won't take back one piece of a boxed kit.
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I bought the $199 (reg $299) set and have used and love the saws more than any other power tool I have. Still holding up after 4 years of casual use. https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../309659455
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This or the 5 piece set for $149?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI...280033-_-N [homedepot.com]
Thanks Smilie The kit you mentioned has a hand vac that I've been wanting to purchase.
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