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[Home Depot] Ryobi ONE+ 6-Tool Kit (updated version) w 1.5/4.0ah Batteries $328 (+ Free $184 Brad Nailer)

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[Home Depot] Ryobi ONE+ 6-Tool Kit (updated version) w 1.5/4.0ah Batteries $328 (+ Free $184 Brad Nailer)

UPDATE: BONUS DEAL MAY BE EXPIRED ALREADY. SORRY GUYS :( Didn't think this sale has been going on THAT long to be over already.

Looking for home DIY'er tool kits came across this: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001411527
Regular $399 on sale for $328 (meh) but it comes with a Free Ryobi One+ Brad Nailer (184 value), which I think makes it kinda warm?

Overview:
Model # P1819|Store SKU # 1001411527
Drill/Driver: 24-position clutch and 2-speed gearbox (0 450 RPM and 0 - 1,750 RPM) to match your drilling and driving needs
Impact Driver: Delivers up to 1,800 -inch/lbs. of torque and 3200 IPM (impacts per minute) for the most demanding applications
Reciprocating Saw: 1 -inch Stroke Length and 3,400 SPM (Strokes per Minute) for up to 60% faster cutting (vs P514).
Circular Saw: Compact design for better handling and front pommel handle for 2-handed operation
Multi-Tool: Variable speed dial achieves 10,000-20,000 OPM for optimal control
Includes: (1) P215 18V ONE+ Drill/Driver with bit, (1) P235A 18V ONE+ Impact Driver with bit, (1) P519 18V ONE+ Reciprocating Saw with blade, (1) P505 18V ONE+ Circular Saw with blade and blade wrench, (1) P343 18V ONE+ Multi-Tool
Includes: (1) P705 18V ONE+ Work Light, (1) P189 18V ONE+ 1.5 Ah Battery, (1) P197 18V ONE+ 4.0 Ah High Capacity Battery, (1) P118B 18V ONE+ Charger, (1) Bag, and operator's manuals

Video Overview of complete kit
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If anyone needs a Brad Nailer, I'll get this kit for myself and sell you the Brad Nailer, let me know.
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PureSolidness wrote: If anyone needs a Brad Nailer, I'll get this kit for myself and sell you the Brad Nailer, let me know.
Send you a PM, let me know :)
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I have this tool kit plus lawn mower, trimmer, and impact wrench. All run under the same 18v battery. The whole eco system rocks. I'll never go back to wired power tools again.
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andrew1joe871622 wrote: I have this tool kit plus lawn mower, trimmer, and impact wrench. All run under the same 18v battery. The whole eco system rocks. I'll never go back to wired power tools again.
LOL I actually just ordered the impact wrench yesterday! This one with the included 4.0 battery and charger for 129: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001170239

Which I think is a pretty decent price seeing how the 4.0bat/charger separately is 118 Astonished Face: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001027514
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PureSolidness wrote: If anyone needs a Brad Nailer, I'll get this kit for myself and sell you the Brad Nailer, let me know.
Where are you located?
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PureSolidness wrote: Replied :)



Bradford/Newmarket but can meet up GTA area
Thanks for the response. Unfortunately we’re pretty far apart as I’m in Hamilton. I’m sure someone else will take you up on the offer though!
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ChicoQuente wrote: Thanks for the response. Unfortunately we’re pretty far apart as I’m in Hamilton. I’m sure someone else will take you up on the offer though!
No worries! Good luck in your quest for a more local nailer :)
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Just an fyi...these are not the better brushless tools.
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smacd wrote: Just an fyi...these are not the better brushless tools.
Is it a real big issue? I just placed an order, and am a newbie to these power tools.
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PureSolidness wrote: LOL I actually just ordered the impact wrench yesterday! This one with the included 4.0 battery and charger for 129: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001170239

Which I think is a pretty decent price seeing how the 4.0bat/charger separately is 118 Astonished Face: https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001027514
Good deal. Bought this impact/battery for $138, no regrets.
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Am I missing something? i don't see a brad nailer listed in the link?
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bigredlemon wrote: Am I missing something? i don't see a brad nailer listed in the link?
Hmmm weird, when I posted it all the way to when I last checked (I thought it was after 12am) it was up. This sale even still shows on the Ryobi tool kit directory https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/catego ... Name:RYOBI, but not when you go to the model... either this the bonus sale ended at 12am (I didn't think this one has been up that long) or RFD effect, which I doubt.... Deal dead already? Sorry guys :( Anyone know how to move to expired?
icemannn123 wrote: And thank you OP!
NP! It looks like we may have gotten in on this in the nick of time as the bonus seems to be over already Astonished Face
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I would have been interested in the brad nailer but unfortunately I only have Dewalt batteries Disappointed Face (and heard of issues using the makeshift plastic adapter for Ryobi to Dewalt). The Ryobi brad nailer is well reviewed so this was a pretty good deal IMO:

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IIRC the free brad nailer offer was already on last week, but the combo kit was not on sale yet.
seems like the combo kit just went on sale just as the brad nailer offer was finishing and there was a small overlap.

I've been trying to hunt down which stores still have the old 6 piece kit which is on clearance for $199 (50% off)
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I'd be interested in someone's nailer. Located in Brampton but can meet up elsewhere.

Pm with price and location
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Not bad for the price... my take on these tools (as a DIY weekend warrior / wood worker hobbyist).

The impact driver and drill are decent... most are these days. The batteries should be decent... the 1.5 should have been a 2.0 instead... as 1.5 is kinda useless imho for any kind of work. The the 18g nailer is good and being free is even better, you'll get a lot of use from it for any kinda of home reno. The multi-tool is good but bulky... very seldom used tool, but when you need it you'll love it :)

Onto the bad... the light is garbage and filler pretty much. The sawzal is terrible... too much vibration and weak. The circular is usable... But the blade is too short for angle cuts, plus 5-1/2 blades are more expensive then generic 7 1/4 or 6 1/2 blades. And the saw is somewhat "dangerous" for a newbie... as there is no electronic brake that comes with most cordless circular saws these days... which is ridiculous from ryobi considering my 8yr old milwaukee 18v circular saw has electronic brake.

That's my 2 cents... it's a good deal for just the batteries, drill+impact, brad nailer, and multi-tool.
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