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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver + Impact Driver Combo Kit, 2-Tool, 2 Batts $83 (Was $159)

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[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver + Impact Driver Combo Kit, 2-Tool, 2 Batts $83 (Was $159)

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Been using this set all year, home handyman, working on my truck, etc
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I have this set as well as a brushless Milwaukee. This set is great for home use and even better if you have someone helping you that isn't so handy with power tools (my friends that were helping me were stripping screws with my Milwaukee and this is much easier for them to handle. Thanks OP.
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I only need the charger.... looks like this deal is better than just buying the charger alone?
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Clee wrote: I only need the charger.... looks like this deal is better than just buying the charger alone?
Charger should go to $20-30 on Kijiji, wait for people to part out, or buy it and sell the rest:

$20 Drill
$30 Impact
$20x2 Batteries
$10 Bag...(maybe)

Free charger basically
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Daijoubu wrote: Charger should go to $20-30 on Kijiji, wait for people to part out, or buy it and sell the rest:

$20 Drill
$30 Impact
$20x2 Batteries
$10 Bag...(maybe)

Free charger basically
I might keep the 2 batteries too, seems like a deal.
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batman09 wrote: I have this set as well as a brushless Milwaukee. This set is great for home use and even better if you have someone helping you that isn't so handy with power tools (my friends that were helping me were stripping screws with my Milwaukee and this is much easier for them to handle. Thanks OP.
I too own this set and a (not brushless) milwaukee M18. I cannot agree with your assessment. milwaukee is way easier to operate IMO. how do you strip screws? asking because I literally never had this problem even with phillips. just not press hard enough? I dont see how RYOBI would help with that.

that said, this kit is still very usable. if you are building something, I don't recommend it. otherwise, yeah, it's super good value.
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Clee wrote: I might keep the 2 batteries too, seems like a deal.
I could buy the charge from you - if in GTA, let me know
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the impact good for removing lug nuts?
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elfion wrote: I too own this set and a (not brushless) milwaukee M18. I cannot agree with your assessment. milwaukee is way easier to operate IMO. how do you strip screws? asking because I literally never had this problem even with phillips. just not press hard enough? I dont see how RYOBI would help with that.

that said, this kit is still very usable. if you are building something, I don't recommend it. otherwise, yeah, it's super good value.
I know right, switch to philips head screws lol
slidxe wrote: the impact good for removing lug nuts?
Need to break them loose first with a breaker bar, while it might have enough power, it is lose in the tiny hex adapter
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slidxe wrote: the impact good for removing lug nuts?
This isn't the right size impact wrench for work like that - it's only rated for 133lb/ft
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I've been using this set for a couple months. Used them to build some furniture with my kreg pocket hole jig, work fine.

The only thing its missing is a little light to shine where you are drilling/driving.

But for 88 bucks, it's a really good deal.

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