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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit (4-Tool) w/ (2) Compact Batteries for $176 w/FS

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless Combo Kit (4-Tool) w/ (2) Compact Batteries for $176 w/FS

Model # P883 Store SKU # 1000751344
  • Drill boasts 0-440 / 0-1600 RPM (no load speed)
  • Circular saw runs at 0-4700 RPM (no load speed) with left side blade for better cut line visibility
  • Reciprocating saw has 0-3100 SPM (no load speed)
  • Swivel head work light directs light where needed and has a removable lens for easy bulb changes
  • Works with all ONE+ batteries
  • Includes P271 drill with screwdriver bit, P504G circular saw with blade, P515 reciprocating saw with blade, P701G flashlight, P118 dual chemistry charger, 2 P102 18V ONE+ compact lithium-ion batteries, tool bag and operators manuals
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Batteries are only 1.3ah, a third of most others. Otherwise a good find OP.
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AndrewBond wrote: Batteries are only 1.3ah, a third of most others. Otherwise a good find OP.
Most are on the 2ah game so that's not far off essentially with both batteries a 2.6ah solution. This is a great weekend warrior kit but obviously not for the deck or play ground builder. Excellent price.
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This is a really good set. Bought two years ago. Batteries are crazy good, last forever. I have used all the tools. Used the circular saw a TON today. Need to find new blades for the other saw.
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lindmar wrote: This is a really good set. Bought two years ago. Batteries are crazy good, last forever. I have used all the tools. Used the circular saw a TON today. Need to find new blades for the other saw.
Good to know... I didn't think 1.3 aH batteries would last very long in a circular saw.
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Arrow wrote: Good to know... I didn't think 1.3 aH batteries would last very long in a circular saw.

With heavy use they will wear out, good to keep the two charged and rotating. That is the biggest drain.
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Which tool echo system is the best to get into? I wanted yard tools (trimmer/blower/mower) too seems only Ryobi has these options. The Rigid line seems really good too as I plan to learn how to become a DIY'er eventually,(build decks etc etc). For tools only is it better to get the 4ah Rigid line w/octane? And get a separate yard tools line like Ryobi?
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redi2roc wrote: Which tool echo system is the best to get into? I wanted yard tools (trimmer/blower/mower) too seems only Ryobi has these options. The Rigid line seems really good too as I plan to learn how to become a DIY'er eventually,(build decks etc etc). For tools only is it better to get the 4ah Rigid line w/octane? And get a separate yard tools line like Ryobi?
I would go with ryobi for both. People shit on it because its cheap - but it has its benefits. It's especially good for a diyer... They have so many tools. If you.need a specific tool... You'll be dropping 75-100 on it vs 2-300 with other brands.


Would I bring a ryobi sds+ drill to drill 500 holes in concrete? No.... But for a diyer and even moderate workplace ryobi is great.

I however wouldn't get this set. They just had a $186 for brushless drill/driver + impact, as well as a free tool... It Had the option for circular or reciprocating saw. Their brushless line has a 3 year warranty on it.

Ryobi days are supposed to happen in end of May - June.. It may be delayed due to covid... But look at least years prices and deals, if you're just starting out with ryobi.... It's worth the wait.
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redi2roc wrote: Which tool echo system is the best to get into? I wanted yard tools (trimmer/blower/mower) too seems only Ryobi has these options. The Rigid line seems really good too as I plan to learn how to become a DIY'er eventually,(build decks etc etc). For tools only is it better to get the 4ah Rigid line w/octane? And get a separate yard tools line like Ryobi?
DIY go Ryobi. If they fail/break they are cheap enough to replace. I love my milwaukee tools but if I could redo it I would have just bought Ryobi, saved the extra money and bought more. All the Ryobi tools I have I like and they have come a far way from their early cheaper days and for light yardwork they have a nice collection of 18v yard tools (weed wacker/mowers/etc.). They do have some decent big lot tool deals once in a while with 6/8/10 tool combos.
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Well said... this combo is pretty bad imho. The brushless deal is miles ahead of this... yes even with the $20 hike in price at $188, from a few days ago.
Ikarasu wrote: I would go with ryobi for both. People shit on it because its cheap - but it has its benefits. It's especially good for a diyer... They have so many tools. If you.need a specific tool... You'll be dropping 75-100 on it vs 2-300 with other brands.


Would I bring a ryobi sds+ drill to drill 500 holes in concrete? No.... But for a diyer and even moderate workplace ryobi is great.

I however wouldn't get this set. They just had a $186 for brushless drill/driver + impact, as well as a free tool... It Had the option for circular or reciprocating saw. Their brushless line has a 3 year warranty on it.

Ryobi days are supposed to happen in end of May - June.. It may be delayed due to covid... But look at least years prices and deals, if you're just starting out with ryobi.... It's worth the wait.
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