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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 1/4" Impact Driver w/ 1.5 Ah Battery & Charger EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 1/4" Impact Driver w/ 1.5 Ah Battery & Charger (P235AK1) on sale for $39. Shipping is free or select free ship-to-store where available.

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Key Features:
  • Impact Driver:
    • Weighs only 2.65 lbs.
    • Base has MAGTRAY Magnetic Bit Holder for carrying extra bits and hardware
    • 1/4 in. auto-load chuck
    • Provides up to 3200 IPM
    • 1800 in./lbs. of torque
  • Charger:
    • Compatible with all RYOBI ONE+ 18V Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Part of the Ryobi 18V ONE+ System of over 225 Cordless Tools
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
Includes:
  • 1x 1/4 in. Impact Driver w/ Screwdriver Bit (P235)
  • 1x 18V ONE+ 1.5 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery (P189)
  • 1x 18V ONE+ Charger (P119)
  • Operator's Manual

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  • About this deal:
    • This Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 1/4" Impact Driver w/ 1.5 Ah Battery & Charger (P235AK1) is priced $25.90 lower (39.9% savings) than the $64.90 list price.
  • About this product:
    • This impact driver has a 4.7 out of 5 star overall rating based on 175 reviews.
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 1/4 in. Impact Driver Kit w/ 1.5 Ah Battery & Charger for $39. Shipping is free.

Includes:
  • 1x 1/4 in. Impact Driver with screwdriver bit (P235)
  • 1x 18V ONE+ 1.5 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery (P189)
  • 1x 18V ONE+ Charger (P119)
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HonestStranger809 asked this question on 09-21-2021 at 11:28 AM
09-21-2021 at 11:28 AM
Better for drilling than the drill - faster and don't have to tighten the bits.
sonic2000 asked this question on 09-21-2021 at 11:31 AM
09-21-2021 at 11:31 AM
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI-Impact-Rated-Driving-Kit-70-Piece-AR2040/308135509
CoolMaid7725 asked this question on 09-21-2021 at 11:30 AM
09-21-2021 at 02:49 PM
You certainly could, but impacts are better for driving fasteners as the chuck tends to have more wobble, I would use a drill personally.
kif0702 asked this question on 09-21-2021 at 11:29 AM
09-21-2021 at 02:51 PM
I am a Ryobi person and this is a great deal, however I don't think its in the same league as the Milwaukee's. The M12s are more compact, and the fuel line will probably be more powerful. again those this is a really good price with a battery for normal diy.

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A "brushed" motor has a fixed magnet with coils that spin around, the coils need electricity to become magnetized and generate the rotation force, as the coil turns the brushes make contact with the next coil and energize it, rotate a little more that coil gets de-energized and the next one becomes energized. The brushes rub against the shaft that these coils sit on, constantly switching which coil they are powering. The brushes create a lot of friction and heat. This reduces motor life, reduces run time, and eats up some of your power. A brushless motor is the opposite, the coils are fixed, and instead of the rotation of the shaft physically switching which coils are contacted, they are all connected to a speed controller that electronically switched which coil should be energized. The magnet is on the shaft and is what rotates as the coils are activated, So no brushes, no additional friction, less heat, more available power, better run time, and no brushes to wear out over time.
Brushless motors typically have more power and longer battery/motor life. But at this price, this is a no brainer if you need an impact driver or don't have one. It's night and day when you have long screws or lag bolts, using an impact versus a regular driver.
Brushless is newer and better. The motor doesn't have brushes like this 1 so it is lighter, creates more power and runs cooler. Also last longer.

I say go m18 for that kinda stuff but ryobi for this level. Works great around the house and on cars for nuts/bolts. Doesn't have the power of a impact wrench but has enough

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Great price (though it's not brushless).

They'll send 1,799 of them to my store. Sold!
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Great price (though it's not brushless).

They'll send 1,799 of them to my store. Sold!
What is the difference between this and a brushless?
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What is the difference between this and a brushless?
Brushless is newer and better. The motor doesn't have brushes like this 1 so it is lighter, creates more power and runs cooler. Also last longer.

I say go m18 for that kinda stuff but ryobi for this level. Works great around the house and on cars for nuts/bolts. Doesn't have the power of a impact wrench but has enough
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Quote from OrangeSquirrel6374 :
What is the difference between this and a brushless?
Brushless motors typically have more power and longer battery/motor life. But at this price, this is a no brainer if you need an impact driver or don't have one. It's night and day when you have long screws or lag bolts, using an impact versus a regular driver.
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Quote from OrangeSquirrel6374 :
What is the difference between this and a brushless?
Other guy gave you a solid answer, I'll add that battery will last slightly longer on brushless. I work part time for a carpenter, this same driver and battery will last several hours and has plenty of power for most tasks, so don't take it as a weakness that it's not brushless.
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This is a phenomenal deal
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Quote from OrangeSquirrel6374 :
What is the difference between this and a brushless?
brushes

but if you have to ask, then you don't need brushless... every once in a while you can find a bare tool at this price, so with battery and charger this is a heckuva deal!
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Good price. Thanks op
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In for 1. Thanks
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This will make it easier raising and lowering support jack stands for an RV travel trailer. I had been using a B&D regular cordless drill from a previous slick deal, but this should make it effortless.
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Dummy question, but I've never heard a really compelling answer: Why choose this over a drill/driver?

I realize impact driving helps in high-torque stuff like car lugs, but for screws? And I know it fits in smaller spaces, which is nice.

Conversely, why havent these made traditional cordless drills more obsolete? Just curious, I don't want to be switching back and forth between two very redundant tools. But huge TU for the price!
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