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RYOBI ONE+ 18V Cordless 6-Tool Combo Kit with (2) 2.0 Ah Batteries and Charger-PCK400KN - $299.00 at Home Depot

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Can add 99$ free gift with the purchase. You can return that to make the deal at 230$.

Includes: (1) P215 1/2 in. Drill/Driver, (1) P235A 1/4 in. Impact Driver, (1) P507 6-1/2 in. Circular Saw, (1) P519 Reciprocating Saw, (1) P320 18-Gauge Brad Nailer, (1) P705 LED Light

Includes: (2) P190 2Ah Batteries, (1) P118B 2A 18V Lithium-Ion Charger, (2) Screwdriving Bits, 6-1/2 in. Circular Saw Blade, Reciprocating Saw Blade, 1-1/4 in. Brad Nails

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Not too shabby. I got the 6 but the multi tool Instead of nail gun during last ryobi days for $199. May be worth holding out for another one like that unless your in a hurry or I am missing something.
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Not too shabby. I got the 6 but the multi tool Instead of nail gun during last ryobi days for $199. May be worth holding out for another one like that unless your in a hurry or I am missing something.
I don't know how often this combo gets a discount and a free tool that can be returned(you can check to pick up the tool in store at checkout and let it cancel itself) . So, posted if anyone is interested.
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Quote from a33321654 :
Not too shabby. I got the 6 but the multi tool Instead of nail gun during last ryobi days for $199. May be worth holding out for another one like that unless your in a hurry or I am missing something.
That one is still available for $199.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../315855633
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I don't know how often this combo gets a discount and a free tool that can be returned(you can check to pick up the tool in store at checkout and let it cancel itself) . So, posted if anyone is interested.
For sure. Thanks for posting! I love my set. They are tougher than I thought so far.
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Would love a deal with nail gun and sander. I have too many drills and drivers already
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I only need the brad nailer. It was on sale for $99 a few weeks ago.

Thinking about not picking up the free sprayer for ~$75 refund. That will make this 6-Tool combo ~$250 after tax.

Do y'all think I can offload everything except the brad nailer for ~$200? Making the brad nailer ~$50
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Would love a deal with nail gun and sander. I have too many drills and drivers already
same here. the drill is a standard item in every deal . . . hard to get into another deal unless you know someone who needs a drill without a battery
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Would love a deal with nail gun and sander. I have too many drills and drivers already
I would check on Direct Tools Outlet. They have Ryobi orbital sander for 30$
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I only need the brad nailer. It was on sale for $99 a few weeks ago.

Thinking about not picking up the free sprayer for ~$75 refund. That will make this 6-Tool combo ~$250 after tax.

Do y'all think I can offload everything except the brad nailer for ~$200? Making the brad nailer ~$50
Still $99 at my store in Clearwater, Fl
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What is the difference between this set and the earlier one which was posted for 199 20 days ago?
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Solid deal? Desperately need to replace my old Hitachi tool set and can make use of all of these aside from the sprayer which I would be returning to make this deal under 250.. Ryobi should be perfect for me as I just do DIY/House projects.. no contracting work etc so Milwaukee would be overkill

EDIT: Purchased. $224.63 before tax after cancelling the sprayer. Didn't want to pass up a kit that had everything I needed that came with larger than 1.5ah batteries.
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Be sure to use a 4AH battery with the nailer for proper performance (probably the 3AH HP as well). Using the 2AH probably works on paper, but I would not be surprised if it does not work as expected using those batteries.

The main issue is how the batteries are configured internally. They can be connected in serial or parallel. I wrote extensively about this before, but smaller packs are serial and larger pack are parallel. Parallel allows the draw to be evenly distributed to the two packs of cells, resulting in less heat generation and actually getting the power specified on paper. Serial has to give the full draw from all the cells resulting in them heating up faster and degrading their ability to provide the specified power. The nailer fires quickly, but the draw must be very high for that duration.

My point is don't think you have a bad tool because whatever battery is not running it right. Always try the biggest one you have, and multiple batteries if necessary. It's the quickest way to confirm if it's the tool or the battery with the issue. If you identify a bad battery early enough Ryobi will replace them. Small tools can run fine on under performing batteries and you will not notice it. When in doubt I check what the tool + battery includes and try to only use that or larger.

It's great the Ryobi battery system has stayed the same for ever, but feels counterintuitive when you need different batteries for some tools. I gave up trying to 100% figure it all out and just use the above as a rule of thumb. I'm glad I did that awhile back because the Torque Test channel on YouTube basically confirmed the new HP batteries don't give you a true performance boost even when using their new HP 1/2 brushless impact. They had to buy the new 9AH HP to get extra power and that seems excessive considering the battery cost as much, if not more, than the tool.
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Be sure to use a 4AH battery with the nailer for proper performance (probably the 3AH HP as well). Using the 2AH probably works on paper, but I would not be surprised if it does not work as expected using those batteries.

The main issue is how the batteries are configured internally. They can be connected in serial or parallel. I wrote extensively about this before, but smaller packs are serial and larger pack are parallel. Parallel allows the draw to be evenly distributed to the two packs of cells, resulting in less heat generation and actually getting the power specified on paper. Serial has to give the full draw from all the cells resulting in them heating up faster and degrading their ability to provide the specified power. The nailer fires quickly, but the draw must be very high for that duration.

My point is don't think you have a bad tool because whatever battery is not running it right. Always try the biggest one you have, and multiple batteries if necessary. It's the quickest way to confirm if it's the tool or the battery with the issue. If you identify a bad battery early enough Ryobi will replace them. Small tools can run fine on under performing batteries and you will not notice it. When in doubt I check what the tool + battery includes and try to only use that or larger.

It's great the Ryobi battery system has stayed the same for ever, but feels counterintuitive when you need different batteries for some tools. I gave up trying to 100% figure it all out and just use the above as a rule of thumb. I'm glad I did that awhile back because the Torque Test channel on YouTube basically confirmed the new HP batteries don't give you a true performance boost even when using their new HP 1/2 brushless impact. They had to buy the new 9AH HP to get extra power and that seems excessive considering the battery cost as much, if not more, than the tool.
I have the nailer and used it with 2AH and 1.5AH and haven't had any issues with driving 2" brads into crown, baseboard, and other 1x and 2x material.
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Would love a deal with nail gun and sander. I have too many drills and drivers already
Unless you're sanding outside and wearing a respirator I'd suggest a wired sander with shop vac to vacuum the dust. Sander is the one tool I see zero need for a wireless version of since I always have mine attached to a shop vac hose.
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