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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18V drill + impact driver + charger + 2x 1Ah battery for $88

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Dec 22, 2017
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Ottawa

[Home Depot] Ryobi 18V drill + impact driver + charger + 2x 1Ah battery for $88

I just purchased this drill and driver combo online and thought I'd share it with others. Do you think it's a good deal?

They also have a Milwaukee set at 38% off - https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1000535182
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Sr. Member
Nov 24, 2015
686 posts
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Durham Region
this is already in the black friday thread
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Mar 17, 2015
342 posts
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Saskatoon, SK
Thanks OP. Not all of us look at the BF thread. A deal is a deal.

As to your question, I've been happy with all the Ryobi products I've purchased & used for last ten+ years. Batteries are slightly under powered but for average diy stuff should be fine. Can always upgrade batteries later. As reference, I invested in both Ryobi & Ridgid products but had I started with Ryobi, likely would never have gotten into ridgid. Both are great IMO.
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Jun 6, 2010
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Toronto, Ontario
This is hot!
Just the battery and charger itself is more than that.

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Nov 17, 2003
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Toronto
Anyone think that impact driver could be used to change car tires?
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Dec 24, 2005
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cryptobrian wrote: Anyone think that impact driver could be used to change car tires?
not happily - it is the wrong tool for the job

you need an impact wrench for that
not an impact driver
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Dec 14, 2012
40 posts
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EDMONTON
Just purchased with the bit set.
I was thinking of changing car tire too. I can manually break the nuts loose using a breaker bat, then use the driver to spin them?

I am thinking of returning the set if it cannot be used this way.
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windenchanter wrote: Just purchased with the bit set.
I was thinking of changing car tire too. I can manually break the nuts loose using a breaker bat, then use the driver to spin them?

I am thinking of returning the set if it cannot be used this way.
That shouldn't be a problem
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Aug 14, 2018
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GTA
this is a good buy :) finally something i can waste money on. and justify it.
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Jan 15, 2016
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Winnipeg, MB
cryptobrian wrote: Anyone think that impact driver could be used to change car tires?
Used a dewalt 20v impact to change a set just this season. Breaker bar didnt even get used hehe
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Jun 29, 2016
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Got this today. I wanted to give it a shot, if I didn't like it I will return.
So I kind of like it and I will keep it. The M18 is a better build, lighter but pricier.
It is heavier than I wanted, plasticky, but it is $88 for the drill + driver, charger and 2 batteries. With a 3 year warranty.
For my needs it should be fine, but they should make it a bit lighter and less bulky. The driver seems a bit lighter than the drill.
Too bad no deal on the fuel.
Overall I think it is a very decent deal considering the drill alone (w charger and 2 batteries) is $10 less and the best deal I found so far on a drill w 2 batteries was the B&D at CT for $81.
Btw props to HD. I wanted to get the price difference on the Husky workbench, but I lost the receipt. They found it and reimbursed no hassle.

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