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Home Depot has the Ridgid 18V Cordless Drill/Driver & Impact Driver Combo Kit w/ 2x Batteries & Charger + 25-Piece Ryobi Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set on sale for $89. Shipping is free.

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  • 1x Ridgid 18V 1/2 in. Drill/Driver (R86001)
  • 1x Ridgid 18V 1/4 in. Impact Driver (R86002)
  • 2x 2.0 Ah Batteries
  • 1x Charger
  • 1x Tool Bag
  • 25-Piece Ryobi Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set

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Product Overview
RIDGID introduces the 18V Cordless 2-Tool Combo Kit with Batteries, Charger, Bag and Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set (25-Piece). The 18V 1/2 in. Drill/Driver features a powerful motor that delivers 525 in./lbs. of torque and provides 20% faster drilling when compared to the previous generation (R8600521). This model is 15% lighter weight and offers enhanced ergonomics while still delivering the power needed around the jobsite. The 18V 1/2 in. Drill/Driver includes a 2-speed gearbox that provides speed of 0-500 RPM or 0-1,800 RPM. This 18V Impact Driver features a powerful motor that delivers 1,850 in./lbs. of torque and 33% faster driving when compared to the previous generation R86034. The RIDGID 18V Impact Driver provides speeds up to 2,800 RPM and 3,600 IPM via the variable speed trigger. As always, this RIDGID 18V 2-Tool Combo Kit is 100% compatible with all RIDGID 18V batteries. Best of all, this combo kit is backed by the Industry's Only Lifetime Service Agreement, simply register within 90 days of purchase for FREE Parts, Free Service, For LIFE. The R9272 includes the 18V 1/2 in. Drill/Driver, 18V Impact Driver, (2) 2.0 Ah Batteries, Charger, (2) Driving Bits, Tool Bag and Operator's Manuals. The 25-Piece Round Shank Black Oxide Drill Bit Set assortment of drilling bits are perfect for materials including wood, metal and plastic surfaces. The bits are constructed out of high speed steel with a black oxide finish to offer superior durability and 3X longer life.
Drill/Driver: Powerful motor delivers 525 in./lbs. of torque and 0-500/0-1,800 RPM
Drill/Driver: 15% lighter weight for enhanced user comfort when compared to R8600521 RIDGID 18V Drill/Driver
Drill/Driver: 20% faster drilling to complete the job quicker when compared to R8600521 RIDGID 18V Drill/Driver
Impact Driver: Powerful motor delivers 1,850 in./lbs. of torque and 2,900 RPM
Impact Driver: 33% Faster speed of drive when compared to R86034 RIDGID 18V Impact Driver
Both tools feature LED lights for improved visibility in low light situations
Batteries: Up to 3X more runtime when compared to R870015 RIDGID 1.5 Ah Battery
Batteries: 10% Lighter Weight and 10 % More Compact when compared to R840086 RIDGID 2.0 Ah Battery
100% Compatible: Works with all RIDGID 18V Batteries, Tools and Chargers
Lifetime Service Agreement with registration within 90 days of purchase
Includes: (1) R86001 18V 1/2 in. Drill/Driver, (1) R86002 18V 1/4 in. Impact Driver, (2) 2.0 Ah Batteries ,Charger, (2) Driving Bits, Tool Bag and Operator's Manuals
RIDGID: Build for a Lifetime
Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set (25-Piece): Black oxide drill bits provide 3X longer life and faster drilling
Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set (25-Piece): 135 degree split point drills on contact to prevent your bit from walking
Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set (25-Piece): For use on metal, wood and plastic surfaces
Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set (25-Piece): The compact case for easy bit access and mobility
Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set (25-Piece): Consumable item
Black Oxide Round Shank Drill Bit Set (25-Piece): Set includes drill bit sizes from 1/16 in. to 3/8 in.
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This is an odd set as ridgid seems to have taken a step backwards, a couple generations, bringing back the Brushed motors with the terribly mounted led lighting in the handles. For the price it's a deal. The same Brushed set years ago was $99. When ridgid went brushless prices took off. Then people learned the hard way brushless isn't always the best system for consistent use as the motors burn out and can't be repaired by changing the brushes. I wonder if stepping backwards into Brushed motors ridgid is trying to offset those burnt out LSA losses with prior existing tech.

I see a lot of Ryobi talk. It's good for the homeowner. Ryobi has a lot of gimmick tools as well. But it's just not really a tool I'd trust for consistent use regardless of what motors or internal parts cross the assembly line with other brands. Ridgid is along side Ryobi as both are home depot brands. I trust the prior generation of ridgid tools. The latest Gen feels cheap. In the end find a brand you trust so you don't invest in various tools and batteries that don't work off each other.

Dewalt was mentioned, I've had lots of issues with Dewalt chucks on their drills. So much I stopped using Dewalt. Ridgid never a problem with the chuck, I've also noticed battery failures in Dewalt more than any other brand. Just my real world observation working in the entertainment industry where guys run tools 12 hours a day. Ridgid, you either get a good battery, or you don't. I've had a few DOA new in the package batteries from ridgid.

With Ryobi VS ridgid batteries. Ridgid batteries are easier to pocket and carry being flat on top as Ryobi has the old type neck that goes into the handle.

Lastly it's always a pet peeve of mine when people mistakenly refer to the ridgid Lifetime Service Agreement as a lifetime warranty. Read the LSA stipulations and requirements. It's Not a warranty. If you send something in it's on your own dime, and if they don't honor the service agreement it's your dime to have it sent back. It's a marketing gimmick for the most part.

All that said I choose ridgid over all other brands. But as stated the prior Gen of tools. Not sure I'd trust the latest Gen as it just doesn't feel proper and again they stepped backwards not forwards to advance the tech. All based on my experience of course. You're opinion may vary.
So the trick with Ridgid is to go on the home Depot app daily and just browse their tools. Randomly for one day only they will have crazy 30-60 percent off online only. Goes away the next day. Just check while you poop
I have had my two batteries replaced three times and chuck once, over the last 15 years, and it didn't cost me a dime. I dropped the drill off at an authorized repair facility for the Chuck and batteries once and twice they sent me batteries after claiming on their website. I never had to ship my drill or batteries. I have nothing but praise for Ridgid!

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I picked up this set a year ago and it has not let me down in the slightest. Signed up for the warranty without any real hassle.

My only complaint is just how expensive the other tools are and that they rarely go on any meaningful sales. I'm just your average homeowner that does some small woodworking projects on the side occasionally, but I sorta wish I had went with a Ryobi cordless system instead. Is that crazy?
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Brushless?
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I picked up this set a year ago and it has not let me down in the slightest. Signed up for the warranty without any real hassle.

My only complaint is just how expensive the other tools are and that they rarely go on any meaningful sales. I'm just your average homeowner that does some small woodworking projects on the side occasionally, but I sorta wish I had went with a Ryobi cordless system instead. Is that crazy?
I could not agree more with your comment ..I have been using a hyper tough 20v walmart set and I am a homeowner as well but I like to do all the work around the house myself without running to a handyman . My 20V hyper tough has never failed me. When I upgrade I will go for Ryobi just for their variety and low prices but on the flip side I might end up with tools which I don't really need :-) !
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I picked up this set a year ago and it has not let me down in the slightest. Signed up for the warranty without any real hassle.

My only complaint is just how expensive the other tools are and that they rarely go on any meaningful sales. I'm just your average homeowner that does some small woodworking projects on the side occasionally, but I sorta wish I had went with a Ryobi cordless system instead. Is that crazy?
Ryobi is so good that I consider it overkill for home, but not good for heavy contractor use. You won't go wrong with them, plus their variety of tools is insane! They almost have a 18v kitchen blender lol
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Brushless?
I don't think so, Tim.
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I picked up this set a year ago and it has not let me down in the slightest. Signed up for the warranty without any real hassle.

My only complaint is just how expensive the other tools are and that they rarely go on any meaningful sales. I'm just your average homeowner that does some small woodworking projects on the side occasionally, but I sorta wish I had went with a Ryobi cordless system instead. Is that crazy?
I am way into Ridgid and Milwaukee m12 ecosystem already but my next upgrade is switching to Ryobi.
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I picked up this set a year ago and it has not let me down in the slightest. Signed up for the warranty without any real hassle.

My only complaint is just how expensive the other tools are and that they rarely go on any meaningful sales. I'm just your average homeowner that does some small woodworking projects on the side occasionally, but I sorta wish I had went with a Ryobi cordless system instead. Is that crazy?
So the trick with Ridgid is to go on the home Depot app daily and just browse their tools. Randomly for one day only they will have crazy 30-60 percent off online only. Goes away the next day. Just check while you poop
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How r this vs the DeWalt posted earlier..Any thoughts..I need something to drill for brick,wood around home only
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I am way into Ridgid and Milwaukee m12 ecosystem already but my next upgrade is switching to Ryobi.
Why? I ask because I'm currently looking to do the exact opposite. Trying to decide between rigid and Milwaukee. Milwaukee seems to be what all the pros use, but rigid has the best warranty.
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How r this vs the DeWalt posted earlier..Any thoughts..I need something to drill for brick,wood around home only
Not sure about the DeWalt you're referring to, but you need a hammer drill for brick and this particular Ridgid does not have that function.
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This is an odd set as ridgid seems to have taken a step backwards, a couple generations, bringing back the Brushed motors with the terribly mounted led lighting in the handles. For the price it's a deal. The same Brushed set years ago was $99. When ridgid went brushless prices took off. Then people learned the hard way brushless isn't always the best system for consistent use as the motors burn out and can't be repaired by changing the brushes. I wonder if stepping backwards into Brushed motors ridgid is trying to offset those burnt out LSA losses with prior existing tech.

I see a lot of Ryobi talk. It's good for the homeowner. Ryobi has a lot of gimmick tools as well. But it's just not really a tool I'd trust for consistent use regardless of what motors or internal parts cross the assembly line with other brands. Ridgid is along side Ryobi as both are home depot brands. I trust the prior generation of ridgid tools. The latest Gen feels cheap. In the end find a brand you trust so you don't invest in various tools and batteries that don't work off each other.

Dewalt was mentioned, I've had lots of issues with Dewalt chucks on their drills. So much I stopped using Dewalt. Ridgid never a problem with the chuck, I've also noticed battery failures in Dewalt more than any other brand. Just my real world observation working in the entertainment industry where guys run tools 12 hours a day. Ridgid, you either get a good battery, or you don't. I've had a few DOA new in the package batteries from ridgid.

With Ryobi VS ridgid batteries. Ridgid batteries are easier to pocket and carry being flat on top as Ryobi has the old type neck that goes into the handle.

Lastly it's always a pet peeve of mine when people mistakenly refer to the ridgid Lifetime Service Agreement as a lifetime warranty. Read the LSA stipulations and requirements. It's Not a warranty. If you send something in it's on your own dime, and if they don't honor the service agreement it's your dime to have it sent back. It's a marketing gimmick for the most part.

All that said I choose ridgid over all other brands. But as stated the prior Gen of tools. Not sure I'd trust the latest Gen as it just doesn't feel proper and again they stepped backwards not forwards to advance the tech. All based on my experience of course. You're opinion may vary.
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Ridgid just put out a new brushless set of these, so take that for what it's worth. I own the drill from this set and like it. It's much smaller than the gen 4 one.

R872311K is the new impact. R87012K is the new drill. They are smaller overall.
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This is an odd set as ridgid seems to have taken a step backwards, a couple generations, bringing back the Brushed motors with the terribly mounted led lighting in the handles. For the price it's a deal. The same Brushed set years ago was $99. When ridgid went brushless prices took off. Then people learned the hard way brushless isn't always the best system for consistent use as the motors burn out and can't be repaired by changing the brushes. I wonder if stepping backwards into Brushed motors ridgid is trying to offset those burnt out LSA losses with prior existing tech.

I see a lot of Ryobi talk. It's good for the homeowner. Ryobi has a lot of gimmick tools as well. But it's just not really a tool I'd trust for consistent use regardless of what motors or internal parts cross the assembly line with other brands. Ridgid is along side Ryobi as both are home depot brands. I trust the prior generation of ridgid tools. The latest Gen feels cheap. In the end find a brand you trust so you don't invest in various tools and batteries that don't work off each other.

Dewalt was mentioned, I've had lots of issues with Dewalt chucks on their drills. So much I stopped using Dewalt. Ridgid never a problem with the chuck, I've also noticed battery failures in Dewalt more than any other brand. Just my real world observation working in the entertainment industry where guys run tools 12 hours a day. Ridgid, you either get a good battery, or you don't. I've had a few DOA new in the package batteries from ridgid.

With Ryobi VS ridgid batteries. Ridgid batteries are easier to pocket and carry being flat on top as Ryobi has the old type neck that goes into the handle.

Lastly it's always a pet peeve of mine when people mistakenly refer to the ridgid Lifetime Service Agreement as a lifetime warranty. Read the LSA stipulations and requirements. It's Not a warranty. If you send something in it's on your own dime, and if they don't honor the service agreement it's your dime to have it sent back. It's a marketing gimmick for the most part.

All that said I choose ridgid over all other brands. But as stated the prior Gen of tools. Not sure I'd trust the latest Gen as it just doesn't feel proper and again they stepped backwards not forwards to advance the tech. All based on my experience of course. You're opinion may vary.
I have had my two batteries replaced three times and chuck once, over the last 15 years, and it didn't cost me a dime. I dropped the drill off at an authorized repair facility for the Chuck and batteries once and twice they sent me batteries after claiming on their website. I never had to ship my drill or batteries. I have nothing but praise for Ridgid!
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