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[Home Depot] HD; 18v Ryobi Compact Drill Kit $50

Was just at the Home Depot in Port Coquitlam, BC and picked up a RYOBI 18v Compact Drill kit for half price. Reg $99.99, now $50.00. Comes with a carrying case, 18v charger, battery, and 1/2 drill. Not sure if this is just local of nationwide.
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colinl wrote: Was just at the Home Depot in Port Coquitlam, BC and picked up a RYOBI 18v Compact Drill kit for half price. Reg $99.99, now $50.00. Comes with a carrying case, 18v charger, battery, and 1/2 drill. Not sure if this is just local of nationwide.
was it the yellow one or the blue?
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This is the blue one. It is the NiCd model.
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12v li-ion pack is $40 now, it has one drill, two batteries, and one charger.
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sz1999 wrote: 12v li-ion pack is $40 now, it has one drill, two batteries, and one charger.
I need to replace my 18V Craftsman, any idea what the Li ion price is for 18V?
If I'm gonna replace I figure I'll upgrade to li ion ..
(preferably anything that comes with the impact driver :-) )
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Lith Ion is $179. You can use the Lith Ion battery in this unit if you switch.
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sz1999 wrote: 12v li-ion pack is $40 now, it has one drill, two batteries, and one charger.
YMMV, I was just in HD and it scanned in at 99.99... had no idea of any clearance on this item.
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mason wrote: YMMV, I was just in HD and it scanned in at 99.99... had no idea of any clearance on this item.
Same thing here in Ottawa :(
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On a related note I picked up a Ryobi One+ package that had an 18V ni-cad Hammer Drill as well as a recipricating saw at Home Depot. It was on for $79. I already had a One+ tool kit but it only had a single battery so I was looking to buy a second one anyways and I had been looking for a recipricating saw so this worked out really well.
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Hd I was at today, had 2 different items, one a $99 (Lion Impact drill) and one at $50 (the non impact version). The chuck looks very different for them booth. Unfortunelty they were sold out of the $50 one, but had plenty of the $99 dollar one.
Was also told that they were coded internally as Clearance and not Exit, so apparently there is a possibility that some stores may get more in.
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Keithsindiapaleale wrote: Hd I was at today, had 2 different items, one a $99 (Lion Impact drill) and one at $50 (the non impact version). The chuck looks very different for them booth. Unfortunelty they were sold out of the $50 one, but had plenty of the $99 dollar one.
Was also told that they were coded internally as Clearance and not Exit, so apparently there is a possibility that some stores may get more in.
OP's post clearly states 18v. Both the ones you have listed at 12v guns. neither of the ones you mentioned are hot. More than likely, those are regular prices.

*edit* Upon reading the thread, seems the discussion has gone to 12v guns. Whole different ball game. 12v is fine for driving screws in with an impact, but makes for a weak regular drill.

If all you need is something to occasionaly drive screws, 12v impact is the gun for you. $50 would be a fair price for such a product IMHO.
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ShaTR wrote: OP's post clearly states 18v. Both the ones you have listed at 12v guns. neither of the ones you mentioned are hot. More than likely, those are regular prices.

*edit* Upon reading the thread, seems the discussion has gone to 12v guns. Whole different ball game. 12v is fine for driving screws in with an impact, but makes for a weak regular drill.

If all you need is something to occasionaly drive screws, 12v impact is the gun for you. $50 would be a fair price for such a product IMHO.
I misread the OP also, but the 12v was half price of $99 so I just guessed it was it. There were no 18v in my area for that price.
I will get a scan of one tomorrow to be sure.
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About a half dozen of the 18V ones (same as the OP with carry case) at Beacon Hill in Calgary, at the front of the tool section with a big $50 sign above them.
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goflamesgo wrote: About a half dozen of the 18V ones (same as the OP with carry case) at Beacon Hill in Calgary, at the front of the tool section with a big $50 sign above them.
Nice, I need a new drill.... I'll check at the home depot on 16th ave tomorrow.
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Thanks OP. I have a set of the 18v one+ tools, and for basic home stuff they are great. Not industrial strength or anything, but handy to have.
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Anyone see this in MTL? I've been looking for a good compact drill

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