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RYOBI Black Oxide Drill and Drive Kit (80-Piece) $11.88

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[Home Depot] RYOBI Black Oxide Drill and Drive Kit (80-Piece) $11.88

  • Great mix of drill and drive bits
  • Black-oxide finish on the drill bits provide a longer life
  • Driving bits fit most common fasteners
  • Magnetic bit holder secures all 1 -Inch insert bits
  • Hard plastic storage case makes transporting and storing easy
  • Includes: (1) magnetic bit holder, (10) black oxide drill bits, and (69) steel driving bits.
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Thanks OP. Just what I was looking for.
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Mar 11, 2014
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Got the ryobe 12 v drill tbat was on here for 29.99 2 weeks ago for my dad for Father's day. This will go great with it thanks OP.
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Wow a 80pc name brand kit for under 12 is a great deal
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Sep 1, 2008
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Warm. These are just ordinary bits about the same quality as no-name brands. Ryobi are reputable for their batteries and tool variety, not for the quality of their bits.
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Can this be used with ridgid drill and driver as well? I am sure it can but wanted to make sure
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Are they impact rated ?
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Anyone recommend a decent cordless drill from them for just basic household stuff?
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bobcat99 wrote: Yes, because there was no stock.
There was stock but it was limited. I know there was some around at my local HD at the time.

I've seen some truly hot threads with no stock at all gain tons of traction. Probably some for similar items.
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Mar 31, 2018
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I got a similar ryobi driver bit set a while ago. The bits are pretty crappy. They’re made of cheap metal so they deform and round off really easily. They’d be ok for some stuff, but you’d want to get some better quality bits for the ones you use most often.
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I always thought its best to save up for milwakee bits?
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coolgk wrote: Can this be used with ridgid drill and driver as well? I am sure it can but wanted to make sure
of course. these are standard across all drills and driver. will work with any drill or driver. great deal
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Ryobi don't make very good bits, unfortunately. Good tools and batteries, but not bits. See this comparison that includes their star bit:



Milwaukee would indeed be the way to go as they are universally well reviewed (online and word of mouth). Here's a decent impact rated starter kit for $19.98:

Milwaukee Tool Milwaukee Tool Milwaukee 32PC Shockwave Impact Duty Driver Bit Set
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1001000510

Or this impact rated kit for $39.98 which is a pretty good kit for the quality and what you get:
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/milwau ... 1001357838
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scottmg wrote: Anyone recommend a decent cordless drill from them for just basic household stuff?
Go Ryobi. They are fantastic for household diy. The same batteries you can use for any of their other 150+ tools. My most used tools are the Ryobi cordless glue gun and Ryobi inflator and Ryobi 120V inverter.... all using the same 18V battery as the drill. You can even buy 15 year old 18v Ryobi tools for next to nothing on craigslist or market place and they will work with the newest 18V Ryobi battery.

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