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Ryobi ONE+ 18V 4-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x Batteries + Charger/Bag Bundle

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18V 4-Tool Combo Kit w/ 2x Batteries + Charger & Bag Bundle on sale for $139. Shipping is free, alternatively, curbside pickup is free.

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Bundle Includes:
  • Ryobi Drill/Driver
  • Ryobi Impact Driver
  • Ryobi Reciprocating Saw
  • Ryobi Work Light
  • 1x 1.5 Ah Battery
  • 1x 4 Ah Battery
  • Charger w/ Bag
  • Bonus 70-Piece Impact Rated Driving Kit

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  • Home Depot Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 90-Days
  • Warranty: Includes 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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Do you literally go on every drill post and post the same comment over and over? It's annoying and not needed. Your probably not even in the market for a drill set.
Brushless is partially in the word itself, as it has to do with the electric motor- traditional electric motors have metal "brushes" that complete the electric circuit by contacting the coil of the motor, and are normally connected to the internal part that spins. These brushes can wear out over time, and are what caused the "spark" you might see on older drills when first turned on. Newer "brushless" motor drills are just that, and have normally better performance and efficiency. This set is great for the price, given how much brushed power tool kits like these used to go for on sale, and would today be considered a lower tier "entry tool set". Not sure if it's still available, but on Monday with a free tool hack there was a 6 tool 18v ryobi set with a circular saw, multi-tool, 1/4" impact, drill, light, reciprocating saw and 2 batteries (1 4ah and 1 1.5 ah I think) was like $123. I thought that deal was insane, however I didn't have someone I could think of that would benefit from having a full set like that to purchase.
If you actually needed brushless tools for the longevity, extra power and run time you wouldn't be buying ryobi

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Was $129 without the drill bits a few months ago so it still pretty good
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not brushless no go
I'm trying to research what brushless is... I assume it's better but if you can give me a hint I'd appreciate it!
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I'm trying to research what brushless is... I assume it's better but if you can give me a hint I'd appreciate it!
Quote from Perzdogg :
I'm trying to research what brushless is... I assume it's better but if you can give me a hint I'd appreciate it!
Nevermind--figured it out--looks like significant performance improvements when the tool has a brushless motor.
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I'm trying to research what brushless is... I assume it's better but if you can give me a hint I'd appreciate it!
Brushless is partially in the word itself, as it has to do with the electric motor- traditional electric motors have metal "brushes" that complete the electric circuit by contacting the coil of the motor, and are normally connected to the internal part that spins. These brushes can wear out over time, and are what caused the "spark" you might see on older drills when first turned on. Newer "brushless" motor drills are just that, and have normally better performance and efficiency. This set is great for the price, given how much brushed power tool kits like these used to go for on sale, and would today be considered a lower tier "entry tool set". Not sure if it's still available, but on Monday with a free tool hack there was a 6 tool 18v ryobi set with a circular saw, multi-tool, 1/4" impact, drill, light, reciprocating saw and 2 batteries (1 4ah and 1 1.5 ah I think) was like $123. I thought that deal was insane, however I didn't have someone I could think of that would benefit from having a full set like that to purchase.
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not brushless no go
Do you literally go on every drill post and post the same comment over and over? It's annoying and not needed. Your probably not even in the market for a drill set.
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Depends what you're needs are. I've read a lot of poor reviews for the flashlight design.I've owned lots of brands including Ryobi. The set isn't going to to compete with some of the more expensive brands on performance and durability. You're kind of going to get what you pay for. It's entry level. It may be better than nothing or better than a no name brand. The brand has a lot of other tool options you can add on to the set and it's easy to find them. 3 year warranty is good. I have a Bosch set and the warranty is 1 year. Make sure you register your tools when you buy them. I found out I had 2 months to register or I don't get my warranty.
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not brushless no go
I have had both brushed and brushless tools. My current brushless tools are DeWalt and I've not noticed much of a difference between them and the brushed versions I had before them. Both were used in a construction environment. I recently bought a cheap brushed Ryobi drill that I'm still waiting on because I just needed something basic and cheap for around the house.

So, basically, it really depends on what you need the tools for. If it's basic stuff around the house, cheap brushed is not a bad option. Lots of use or heavy use go more expensive and probably brushless.
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not brushless no go
If you actually needed brushless tools for the longevity, extra power and run time you wouldn't be buying ryobi
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not brushless no go
not air tool, no care.
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I HIGHLY suggest that anyone buying Ryobi get the HP version.

Right now you get a great deal. This two set with free battery. Return the extra battery and you still have 2. All for around $110?

You will love this drill far better. It's lighter, stronger, smaller.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../313438682
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I HIGHLY suggest that anyone buying Ryobi get the HP version.

Right now you get a great deal. This two set with free battery. Return the extra battery and you still have 2. All for around $110?

You will love this drill far better. It's lighter, stronger, smaller.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../313438682
Exactly what @cleanfreak said…you can get brushless impact drive and drill plus 2 1.5Ah batteries for $93 after returning the free battery.

With this deal for $50 additional dollars you get a $50 saw, a $15 bit set, a flashlight and upgrade one of the batteries from 1.5Ah to 4Ah.

Both are good deals but for the people wanting brushless the other deal is hard to beat.
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I got the brushless bundle of the same type of tools but without the bit set for $125 early this year. This is not a hot deal.
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