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40-Piece Ryobi Drill and Impact Drive Kit

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Home Depot has 40-Piece Ryobi Drill and Impact Drive Kit on sale for $9.97. Shipping is free.

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Details:
  • Black oxide drill bits provide longer life and faster drilling
  • 135° split points for drilling on contact and preventing walking
  • TORSION ZONE to absorb impact from high torque applications for 3X longer life
  • Variety of 1" and 2" bits are great when paired with the magnetic extension bit
  • Impact Nut Drivers for holding power, and durability for hex drive fasteners
  • Woodboring Spade Bits included providing up to 1" wood drilling capacity
Includes:
  • 12x black oxide drill bits
  • 2x woodboring spade bit
  • 4x bradpoint drill bits
  • 14x 1" impact drive bits
  • 4x 2" impact drive bits
  • 3x impact nut drivers
  • 1x impact magnetic bit holder
  • Clear front carrying case

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Free ship to home or in store pickup. 45% off regular price.

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You have to own 5 bit sets so you can have at least one non-broken 1/16" bit Smilie
I gotta imagine everyone on slickdeals owns atleast 5 bit sets at this point

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Thanks. Got one.
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Bought this set a year ago or so and it's been great for occasional home use. I've bought bigger sets since but the convenience keeps it around.
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Great! In for one. Now looking for a router bits deal
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I gotta imagine everyone on slickdeals owns atleast 5 bit sets at this point
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I gotta imagine everyone on slickdeals owns atleast 5 bit sets at this point
You have to own 5 bit sets so you can have at least one non-broken 1/16" bit Smilie
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Ryobi bits are not quality. The bit that comes with the impact driver lasted me one day. Milwaukee bits worked fine for same job.
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OK SO DONT USE THESE ON METAL LOL

I picked this set up and thought it would be better than my previous set from Lowes, but it seems to be the same quality. I'm having trouble with a shower being cold, so to access the internal assembly and adjust it I had to use an allan key. Screw is stripped so allan key did not work. I drilled the screw using one of these. THE BIT BROKE IN HALF.

https://postimg.cc/m17GS8wx

Like previous comment says, use Milwaukee. Also use COBALT Milwaukees for metal jobs.

On a side note, always drill away from all body parts.
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Anyone have a set of bits that would last? Looking to buy some as a new home owner.
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These go on sale quite often at this price.
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Anyone have a set of bits that would last? Looking to buy some as a new home owner.
These will be more than you need for most household stuff, mostly drywall and wood. At this price, buy a couple sets!
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I gotta imagine everyone on slickdeals owns atleast 5 bit sets at this point
Yes!! They seem like a great deal, but all of these sets are filled with bits that I'll never use. 90% of the time I use P2 bits, other times I use square and small star bits for more specialized screws. Does anyone ever use the straight bits, P1 or P3's?? Those will all end up at my estate sale.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
OK SO DONT USE THESE ON METAL LOL

I picked this set up and thought it would be better than my previous set from Lowes, but it seems to be the same quality. I'm having trouble with a shower being cold, so to access the internal assembly and adjust it I had to use an allan key. Screw is stripped so allan key did not work. I drilled the screw using one of these. THE BIT BROKE IN HALF.

https://postimg.cc/m17GS8wx

Like previous comment says, use Milwaukee. Also use COBALT Milwaukees for metal jobs.

On a side note, always drill away from all body parts.
Not here to defend Ryobi, but from your image the broken bit is one of the brad-point drill bits. Brad point drill bits are meant for wood/soft materials AFAIK. From the geometry of the bit one can tell brad points will not drill into metal efficiently.
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