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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18 Volt ONE+ 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer $123 YMMV

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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18 Volt ONE+ 18-Gauge Cordless Brad Nailer $123 YMMV

I know there are several Ryobi threads being posted right now, but I thought this deal would warrant its own thread. The highly rated Ryobi 18 volt 18 gauge brad nailer is currently on sale for $144, down from $198. When I went to HD last week I noticed the Ryobi poster that showed the lower price of $128 (see picture below), so I pointed it out to the HD associate who gave it to me at this price, no question asked. I used the $5 email sign up discount and ended up paying $123 plus tax. YMMV

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WINNIPEG
18GA is basically finishing nails, primarily for trim like around door or window frames. For a larger project or for nailing boards thicker than 1" you're probably going to need an air powered nailer and a compressor.
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zerocool_maverick wrote:
Jun 7th, 2018 12:51 am
Is it strong enough for using to build a fence?
Not really... If you had some 2" brad nails and put it thru some 1x4 or something maybe it would hold... If any weight is on it, it won't hold, better off getting a real nailer or just screwing the fence.
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Oct 25, 2009
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I own this nailer and it is awesome! very happy with the purchase, paid 144ish 2 weeks ago
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Anybody had success with this @122 ? I am debating between Ridgid (own batteries) and this one, but Ridgid has very shitty reviews while this one seems awesome. I don't want to double 18V tool choice but I also don't want to buy garbage tool @200% of price. Plus - I didn't see Ridgid makes yard tools...mower, blower or trimmer (either they don't make it or HD doesn't carry it).
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MARKHAM
I own Ryobi and Ridgid (Older version though) 18GA cordless nailer. Personally I like Ridigd better, as it won't leave impact marks on the wood. I tried all settings on Ryobi but it still left marks.

However if you don't mind the marks, Ryobi is a better choice in terms of tool availability for home owners.
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Dec 26, 2011
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May jump on this. Thanks OP.

But this is the bare tool, correct?

How much are batteries?

Cheers
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MARKHAM
shanjam wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 11:30 am
May jump on this. Thanks OP.

But this is the bare tool, correct?

How much are batteries?

Cheers
P102 battery = $29.
You will need a charger, too, may cost you $30~$40 on Kijiji.
From RFD:
Self-propelled gas mower for $120 - Sears;
2-stage snowblower for $399 - Lowes;
Koodo $40/6GB PM migration plan;
Public Mobile $8 50/50 limited talk/text plan;
3GB LTE data monthly plan for $15 - Fido.
More to come for sure...
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Dec 26, 2011
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So, still a good deal compared to the kit?
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Sep 11, 2017
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I have DeWalt 20V tools and no Ryobi tools. There's a cordless nailer on sale for $279 at Atlas Tools right now. Given the price and quality differences, and the fact that I'd have to find a Ryobi battery and charger, should I just pay extra up front for the DeWalt?
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Otugrapes wrote:
Jun 16th, 2018 10:36 am
I have DeWalt 20V tools and no Ryobi tools. There's a cordless nailer on sale for $279 at Atlas Tools right now. Given the price and quality differences, and the fact that I'd have to find a Ryobi battery and charger, should I just pay extra up front for the DeWalt?
Dewalt is a different beast, its 1.5x-2x faster than the Ryobi. But its heavier. I have both, but I prefer the Ryobi for the job I need and its soooo lighter.
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vpower wrote:
Jun 16th, 2018 10:44 am
Dewalt is a different beast, its 1.5x-2x faster than the Ryobi. But its heavier. I have both, but I prefer the Ryobi for the job I need and its soooo lighter.
So you're saying I'll get more of a workout with the Dewalt? Face Savouring Delicious Food

Thanks for your reply!
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Btw, starting tomorrow, when you buy the 6pc for $298, the brad nailer is free

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