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5-Tool Kit: Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit w/ Brad Nailer EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 5-Tool Kit: Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit w/ Brad Nailer on sale for $199. Shipping is free. Thanks coyotefreek

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This combo kit provides the essential tools for your DIY needs including a Drill/Driver, Circular Saw, Reciprocating Saw, Worklight and an AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer. It also includes two 18-Volt ONE+ Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries and a Dual Chemistry Charger which charges included batteries in as little as 1-hour. - brisar

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Edited July 7, 2016 at 03:34 PM by coyotefreek
Great deal on a basic tool kit. The Brad nailer alone is normally $119, add to that two batteries, charger, drill, circular saw, reciprocating saw and worklight. Only $199 [homedepot.com] for everything with free shipping.

Another option is the 6 piece kit which adds a impact driver, it also upgrades to the higher capacity Lithium + batteries, upgrades to the reciprocating saw with ANTI-VIBE handle, and Circular saw with exactline laser, Drill/driver with LED light. $259 with free shipping [homedepot.com]. Thanks jeff34270 and skyler286.

Ryobi introduces the 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Combo Kit with Brad Nailer, an online only Special Buy available while supplies last. This combo kit provides the essential tools for your DIY needs including a Drill/Driver, Circular Saw, Reciprocating Saw, Worklight and an AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer. It also includes two 18-Volt ONE+ Compact Lithium-Ion Batteries and a Dual Chemistry Charger which charges included batteries in as little as 1 hour.

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Last Edited by coyotefreek July 7, 2016 at 03:37 PM
Another option is the 6 piece kit which adds a impact driver, it also upgrades to the higher capacity Lithium + batteries, upgrades to the reciprocating saw with ANTI-VIBE handle, and Circular saw with exactline laser, Drill/driver with LED light. $259 with free shipping [homedepot.com]. Thanks jeff34270 and skyler286.

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I think that's a 5-1/2 blade circular saw, right?
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+1 for the Brad nailer. I paid $80 for one refurbed and love it.
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What can a average person do with a Brad nailer?
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What can a average person do with a Brad nailer?
nail average stuff
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What can a average person do with a Brad nailer?
All types of DIY awesomeness! Crown molding, add trim, build things like benches, end tables, I have a planter project I am going to use my nailer on.

Does anyone have a code that would make this deal sweeter??
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I just finished nailing trim with this nailer. It's fantastic and worth every penny, especially after I got halfway through another room trying to do it by hand. If I didn't already have the other tools I would have been mad that I didn't get his deal! Highly recommend this set. Others will say it's low quality but I'm an amateur DIY guy and I have found all of these tools to be fantastic.
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What can a average person do with a Brad nailer?
We bought a brad nailer 10 years ago when we bought our 40 year old house. Spent the first year remodeling the place which included new baseboard throughout, some crown molding, chair rail and picture framing all the windows with trim. That nailer remains unused for the last 9 years. This is a great deal if you hace a similar situation coming up....

If not, I'd wait until Thanksgiving if you can when the 6 tool Ultimate kit might be 199 again. Instead of the nailer, it comes with a impact driver and multi tool. I found those two tools to be extremely useful.

I picked the 6 piece ultimate set up during this year's spring black Friday for 199.

Here is that deal from the spring:

https://slickdeals.net/f/8644922-ryobi-one-18-volt-ultimate-combo-kit-6-tool-199-home-depot-fs
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I think that's a 5-1/2 blade circular saw, right?
You are right.

This saw, and those batteries. Good for cutting 1 to 2 inch trim maybe. A 2"x4" would be about the limit, and that only if it is a 90 deg cross cut, and it still may leave a little bead of wood at bottom of cut. (Thus needing to flip over the cut to the other side, or simply file off. It's max cut is close to the size of a 2x4. ) Edit to note, forgot about ripping plywood with these size batteries. You may can do thin stuff, but this saw will suck them up.

Here is the manual: http://manuals.ryobitools.com/documents/2505

Cutting Depth at 0º
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1-9/16 in.
Cutting Depth at 45º
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1-1/8 in.
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I want just the nailer. I own all these other tools in other brands. I had to fix a fence not close to any outlet. I didn't want to filll my compressor and drag it out all the way out there. I borrowed this nailer from my neighbor and it was a piece of cake.
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You are right.

This saw, and those batteries. Good for cutting 1 to 2 inch trim maybe. A 2"x4" would be about the limit, and that only if it is a 90 deg cross cut, and it still may leave a little bead of wood at bottom of cut. (Thus needing to flip over the cut to the other side, or simply file off. It's max cut is close to the size of a 2x4. ) Edit to note, forgot about ripping plywood with these size batteries. You may can do thin stuff, but this saw will suck them up.

Here is the manual: http://manuals.ryobitools.com/documents/2505

Cutting Depth at 0º
...............................................
1-9/16 in.
Cutting Depth at 45º
...............................................
1-1/8 in.
I love this saw and have done quite a few things with it. A really big thing to know is that it is just barely NOT deep enough to cut a standard 2×4. You will need the bigger saw. The plus size is that this thing is small and lightweight. You can't build a deck with this saw, but would be perfect for the decking itself.
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I want just the nailer. I own all these other tools in other brands. I had to fix a fence not close to any outlet. I didn't want to filll my compressor and drag it out all the way out there. I borrowed this nailer from my neighbor and it was a piece of cake.
The nailer is also on sale, just look around
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