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RIDGID 18V 3-Tool Cordless Combo Kit w/ 2x 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger, & Bag EXPIRED

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Home Depot has RIDGID 18V 3-Tool Cordless Combo Kit w/ 2x 2.0Ah Batteries, Charger, & Bag (R92163SBN) on sale for $159. Shipping is free or select free ship to store where available.

Thanks to community member Tracfoner for finding this deal.

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Key Features:
  • Drill/Driver:
    • Delivers 500 in./lbs. of torque
    • 2-speed settings
    • All metal gears for extended tool durability
    • 1/2 in. single sleeve ratcheting chuck
  • 5 in. Random Orbit Sander:
    • Dust-sealed switch increases longevity of the tool
    • SOFTStart Technology and brake pad helps prevent gouges on work surfaces
    • Enhanced Hex Grip Micro Texture for secure grip and maximum user comfort
    • On-board vacuum adaptor fits 1-1/4 in. or 2-1/2 in. standard vacuum hose
  • Circular Saw:
    • 7-1/4 in. blade size for maximum cutting depth and corded like performanceHeat treated aluminum base for durability during use on the jobsite
    • 0° to 56° bevel detent system positive stops at common angles for quick adjustments
    • Sight line blower directs debris away from the cut line for increased visibility
  • Batteries: Up to 2X more runtime and has 2X longer life compared to standard lithium-ion batteries
  • Charger: Compatible with all RIDGID 18-Volt Batteries
  • 100% Compatible: Works with all RIDGID 18-Volt Batteries, Tools, and Chargers
  • Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
  • Includes:
    • (1) R8600521 Compact 2-Speed 1/2 in. Drill/Driver with double-ended bit
    • (1) R8606B 5 in. Random Orbit Sander
    • (1) Dust Bag, 80 grit hook and loop sandpaper
    • (1) R8652 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw with blade and blade wrench
    • (2) R84007 2.0 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries
    • (1) R86093 18-Volt Charger
    • Tool Bag
    • Operator's Manual

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    • This is now priced $20 less than the previous Frontpage Deal from last November.
  • About this product:
    • This kit has a 4.4 out of 5 star overall rating based on over 1,200 reviews.
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Best deal I've seen on this combo.

Qualifies for LSA including batteries.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../314004007
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Brushed motor if you care.
What?! All of these cost less than 2 plywoods? I'm in!

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Brushed motor if you care.

All of the new line (both normal and Max) are all brushless, correct? Am I correct in assuming that these are the older ones they used to sell alongside the Octane line that they're now trying to unload?
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Quote from diversification :
All of the new line (both normal and Max) are all brushless, correct? Am I correct in assuming that these are the older ones they used to sell alongside the Octane line that they're now trying to unload?
R8652 is the circular saw in this combo - it's brushed, as are the the other tools. The comparable brushless circular saw (not in this kit) is the R8653.

Good kit for someone starting out with Ridgid on a budget :-)
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I picked up the minivac the other day and need some batteries.

I had my eye on this

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGI.../312422949

But for 30 more bucks, seems like this combo would be the way to go? I don't really need that stuff but can always put it to use, I'm sure
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What?! All of these cost less than 2 plywoods? I'm in!
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Anyone want to post the info about Rigid's warranty involving tools and batteries?

I can never remember the rules involved, would help others too.
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As long as you register the tool within the time allowed, forgot how long you have to do it, they will replace your batteries free of charge and your tools if they go bad. I had a 1/2 drill with a bad chuck and they replaced that free of charge along with two batteries. You have to take your tools to a certified Ridgid repair center, mine was about 4 miles from me.
https://www.ridgid.com/us/en/serv...ers-repair
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Is this all cordless can't tell
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As someone who knows nothing about tools besides inferring that brushless is better… this or the ryobi sets that have been posted?
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This plus a reconditioned impact driver from direct tools ($20-40 depending on the sale) makes for a pretty good set.
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As someone who knows nothing about tools besides inferring that brushless is better… this or the ryobi sets that have been posted?
Ryobi is an entry-level line and Ridgid mid-tier. There's a lot more versatility in the Ryobi system with all the attachments, Ridgid is more targeted with a much smaller set of essentials. Ridgid also has a lifetime warranty for their devices and the batteries that come with them if you register them.

You'll have to decide what meets your needs - the flexibility of Ryobi or the quality and warranty of Ridgid.
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As long as you register the tool within the time allowed, forgot how long you have to do it, they will replace your batteries free of charge and your tools if they go bad. I had a 1/2 drill with a bad chuck and they replaced that free of charge along with two batteries. You have to take your tools to a certified Ridgid repair center, mine was about 4 miles from me.
https://www.ridgid.com/us/en/serv...ers-repair
Time to register is 90 days from date of purchase (not pickup or delivery date if you do online ordering). Once you register they review your information then approve your LSA. Sometimes they approve within few days, sometimes it takes forever and I have to email them about it but it gets approved. Make sure to save your receipt and make digital copy of you ever need it. If a tool gets discontinued they usually replace with latest model or next best model.
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