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Ryobi 18-Volt One+ Drill & Impact Driver Kit

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Update: Promo code OCTOBERHD has expired. Price slightly increased from $91 back to $99 

Home Depot.com has Ryobi 18-Volt One+ Drill & Impact Driver Kit (P1832) on sale for $99. Shipping is free, alternatively you may select free store pickup. Thanks Exmoor

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  • Drill
  • Impact Driver
  • 2x 18V Lithium-Ion Batteries
  • Dual Charger
  • Carrying Bag
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Home Depot is currently selling the Ryobi Drill/Impact set with two compact lithium ion batteries for $99. Standard pricing is $149. This matches the price for the very similar Porter Cable (sold at Lowes) that made it to the front page a few weeks ago. In my opinion, Ryobi has a lot more useful tools [ryobitools.com] that work with their battery system and could be a better buy for some people for this reason.

The appear to have two similar items at this price. For some reason, both have the same Home Depot in store SKU. If you look up the SKU to see which stores have it, it will show you how many of either one they have. The stores I visited locally only had the older set. It's unclear what you will receive if you order the newer model online, but the internet item number is different so you may get lucky.

The older, P882 set - http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../203406854

Newer P1832 set - http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../207092155

The main difference I could find with the newer set is that the impact drive is the P236 (older set is P234G) and has a built in LED light, an improved bit holder and slightly higher power. I have not been able to discern which drill is included in the newer set and what differences there may be.

YMMV: Home Depot will usually accept printed Lowes coupons, at least in store. I was able to use a printed $15 off $50 with this set in store to bring the price down to $84. I spoke online with a CSR who said they would adjust the price for online orders if Lowes sold the same item (they don't) so YMMV there, but it might be worth a try.
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Just some feedback on these drill/drivers. I had an office job, but started buying rental properties in 2011 when the downturn happened. At that point the real estate stuff was just a "hobby." I bought the Ryobis then and bought a good number of their other cordless tools (circular saw, tile saw, hedge trimmer, weed whacker). Frankly the other cordless tools were pretty crappy both in terms of power/cutting ability and run time.

But these drill/drivers are a great value for the price. For those asking about the Porter Cables, I've tried both and I like the Ryobis a lot more. As my real estate business took off I ended up buying 3 sets total (6 drill/drivers) over time. Usually they go for $99 during holidays, but adding this coupon on makes it pretty slick. I've put them through the ringer (I slowly became a part-time and then a full-time contractor) and 5 are still kicking. The only one that died was 1 drill, which was more user error than anything (a new guy was mixing concrete and didn't downshift the drill correctly and burned it out). The impact drivers themselves are pretty amazing too. We have driven in excess of 500 lbs of screws using those 3 drivers.

Don't buy the larger batteries, I still have one that we don't use. The bigger one is TOO heavy and most people will not normally drain a battery. One of the most power intensive tasks is driving screws. To put it in perspective on one deck project I had two batteries fully charged at the start of the day. We were using 2.5" screws to screw on the deck boards and I can't give you an exact count of screws we went through, but after the first battery died I started charging it right away and switched to the second battery. By the time the second battery died, the first battery had not finished charging but had gotten far enough along for us to start using again. In this manner I was just flip flopping between the batteries and there was never a point that day where I was sitting and waiting for a battery. These drill/drivers are more than enough for any DIY-type person. One tip on the battery, as you are using the drill/drivers and the battery is low enough that the drill/driver stops, don't keep pushing it. Switch the batteries out and start charging them. Don't think 1 more screw, hole, etc. That will help with the longevity of the battery. In 5 years (300+ days/yr of heavy usage) we have "used" 2 of the original 6 batteries. In my mind they have done more than I would have every expected for the price.

I've since upgraded to brushless Dewalts (2-3x the price) and the Dewalts are definitely better, but for the normal person probably not worth it. I still have the 5 remaining drill/drivers laying around to use whenever the Dewalts are all being used. Another tip I've also recently purchased the cordless Ryobi nailers and they are my new favorites. It is SO much easier to carry around versus a compressor and the hose. Obviously the best part is the batteries are interchangeable. But, like I said earlier other than the nailers I wasn't a big fan of the other tools in the set. If anyone has any more questions I can answer them to the best of my ability.
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this is for the older version of the impact... with slightly lower numbers and no led lights. not that that should stop you... just be aware.

dont get the new one for the led lights. they are worthless. only light when you pull the trigger. by that point you better already knwo what youre aiming at!
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Don't see the $99 price on either.
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It's $99 on the app. This is a good starter kit. BTW- the impact is my "go to" when my 12v Craftsman can't do it.
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confirmed $99 on the app.

i have the impact driver and have to say it really is very useful.

some people may not like the compact batteries, but if u do any work where ur holding the drill for a long time or working over ur head, the compact batteries are a lot easier on the user.
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this is for the older version of the impact... with slightly lower numbers and no led lights. not that that should stop you... just be aware.

dont get the new one for the led lights. they are worthless. only light when you pull the trigger. by that point you better already knwo what youre aiming at!
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It seems both sets comes with old style batteries and charger?
Or I am missing something?
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I picked this up last Friday. 2 batteries, charger, Drill and P234 driver. This driver does not have the TRI-Beam Leds. But they are both good tools.
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It seems both sets comes with old style batteries and charger?
Or I am missing something?
It is an intellisense charger, it just isn't green.

The batteries are one + but are not the new llithium +
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I got the last gen of this set last year, except with a Hammer Drill + Impact driver for the same price. Been super happy with them. Was able to drill through cinderblock with the right drill bit. They seem sturdy and feel good in the hand. 2 Batteries is also very convenient.
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This would be nice to have but it's not an emergency for me. How have the Black Friday sales on these types of tools compared to this deal in the past?
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Excuse my ignorance: Is there any set that comes with the new model and the new lithium battery?
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Excuse my ignorance: Is there any set that comes with the new model and the new lithium battery?
the beauty of these ryobi deals is buy them when they go on sale (like this one is). the next set may have better batteries and then these batteries become ur back up batteries. just keep collecting them and build ur tool inventory.
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I had put one in my cart right before the newer ones sold out. Whew! Hope I get my order fulfilled.
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Looks like both sets are OOS online. My local locations had 10+ per store earlier today, but I can't confirm if the price has changed.
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