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Ryobi One+ 18V Lithium Ion Cordless 3-Tool Combo w/ 1.5Ah Battery/Charger Kit EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi One+ 18V Lithium Ion Cordless 3-Tool Combo w/ 1.5Ah Battery/Charger Kit (PCK100K) on sale for $109. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free ship to store option.

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Includes
  • Ryobi One+ 18V Drill/Driver w/ Screwdriver Bit (P215)
  • Ryobi One+ 18V Circular Saw w/ Blade and Blade Wrench (P505)
  • Ryobi One+ 18V Cordless Reciprocating Saw (P519)
  • Ryobi One+ 18V 1.5Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries (P189)
  • Ryobi One+ 18V Charger (P119)
  • Wood Cutting Blade
Warranty
  • Includes a 3-year manufacturers warranty w/ purchase [Details]

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  • Offer is part of Home Depot's Special Buy/Exclusive bundle offer; $163 Off or 59.93% Savings
  • Combo Kit is part of Ryobi+ One cordless tools that works on the same battery platform
  • Ryobi One+ kit includes a drill/driver, circular saw, reciprocating saw and battery w/ charger
  • Offer valid while promotional pricing/supplies last
Additional Notes
  • Product has scored a 4.5/5 star rating w/ over 2300+ customer reviews on Home Depot (w/ a 87% recommended product ratio)
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated
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They also have another 3 tool combo kit with battery for $89 (jig saw, drill, and flashlight).
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../314865836
Oh haha nah, I don't have any inside scoop or anything. It's not even anything factual per se..

This is just my opinion.

with how business models operate nowadays and the whole terrible shift to eco systems and subscription based models of revenue. Companies like RYOBI and its competitors are fighting for a limited number of potential customers, a subset or cohort within the population. Aka the people who use tools. This number seems to be less and less as it seems there are fewer diy type people" in the ballpark age range of 30-40. Younger than 30 and chances are they can probably use a pick axe like a pro in Minecraft, but have zero interest picking up any tool in real life let alone buying tools and knowing how to use them. I presume their rational is they can just call and/or pay someone to fix or do whatever they need done. Idk for sure.

With that in mind and the fact that once in an eco-system (apple, android, RYOBI, Milwaukee, etc.) people tend not to leave.

So the marketing department seem smart to me because running back to back deals like this, Especially the combos offering everything a person would need as a starter in any project they are undertaking. is a good way to lock in lifetime customers from this declining pool of this target demographic.

Thought process: Already got a RYOBI charger, battery And drill for this project" when the next project is needed, chances are high that customer will purchase a RYOBI impact wrench over the RIDGID, or Milwaukee, and on and on.

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Wow. Not a bad deal.
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They also have another 3 tool combo kit with battery for $89 (jig saw, drill, and flashlight).
https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../314865836
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Quote from HEATBaller :
Exchanged All 3 tools off a gift receipt got 3 decent tools.
Flashlight, fan, and inflator
i already have a good drill can i just exchange the drill after i buy the combo?
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Not able to see the deal
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Not able to see the deal
It's still active. Should be able to just click the link
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Quote from HEATBaller :
Exchanged All 3 tools off a gift receipt got 3 decent tools.
Flashlight, fan, and inflator
How did you exchange after purchase?
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Quote from HEATBaller :
Exchanged All 3 tools off a gift receipt got 3 decent tools.
Flashlight, fan, and inflator
how did you do that? purchased them with a gift receipt and swapped a tool with another?
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Man, RYOBI pretty smart, non-stop deals to lock people into their ecosystem while they can
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Man, RYOBI pretty smart, non-stop deals to lock people into their ecosystem while they can
While they can? I'm out of the loop. What's going on?
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While they can? I'm out of the loop. What's going on?
Oh haha nah, I don't have any inside scoop or anything. It's not even anything factual per se..

This is just my opinion.

with how business models operate nowadays and the whole terrible shift to eco systems and subscription based models of revenue. Companies like RYOBI and its competitors are fighting for a limited number of potential customers, a subset or cohort within the population. Aka the people who use tools. This number seems to be less and less as it seems there are fewer diy type people" in the ballpark age range of 30-40. Younger than 30 and chances are they can probably use a pick axe like a pro in Minecraft, but have zero interest picking up any tool in real life let alone buying tools and knowing how to use them. I presume their rational is they can just call and/or pay someone to fix or do whatever they need done. Idk for sure.

With that in mind and the fact that once in an eco-system (apple, android, RYOBI, Milwaukee, etc.) people tend not to leave.

So the marketing department seem smart to me because running back to back deals like this, Especially the combos offering everything a person would need as a starter in any project they are undertaking. is a good way to lock in lifetime customers from this declining pool of this target demographic.

Thought process: Already got a RYOBI charger, battery And drill for this project" when the next project is needed, chances are high that customer will purchase a RYOBI impact wrench over the RIDGID, or Milwaukee, and on and on.
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How did you exchange after purchase?
Unopened, and swapped for what I wanted.
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Tempted to pick up. I have each of these (sort of), but my Rec Saw and circular are the old blue ones. And... I don't know how many times I could use an extra drill. One for a drill bit and one for the screw bit.
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