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[Home Hardware] RADLEY 2 Tools 20 Volt Max Lithium-ion Cordless Combo Kit for $99.97

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[Home Hardware] RADLEY 2 Tools 20 Volt Max Lithium-ion Cordless Combo Kit for $99.97

Good option for occasional home use.

Product Overview
2 tool, cordless combo kit
Forward/neutral/reverse switch controls rotation direction
Lithium-ion offers one of the best energy to weight ratios with no memory loss and a slower loss of battery charge when not in use
Trigger activated built-in LED work lights help illuminate work areas
Soft grip on handles for added comfort and control
Maximum initial battery voltage: 20 V (measured without a workload)
Quick charge time; batteries recharge in less than 60 minutes

DRILL:
Two variable speeds : 0-350 and 1,400 RPM (no load) for precision speed control
3/8" keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
Easy front button battery release
Auto spindle lock

IMPACT DRIVER:
Powerful, high efficiency impact mechanism eliminates transfer of twisting torque to your hand
0-3,000 RPM (no load)
0-3,000 BPM
1/4" quick release hex drive for fast bit changes
1,400 in/lbs of torque provides ample power to drive or loosen bolts or screws
Cast aluminum gear head for increased durability

INCLUDES:
2 x 20 V Max 1.5 Ah removable Lithium-ion batteries (replacement battery - 5350-547)
Battery charger
Nylon tote

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Deal Addict
May 9, 2003
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I would consider these as a throwaway set. As once the batteries stop holding a charge - you will need to throw these away (ie lack of support).
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Jul 2, 2001
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The person who came up with that colour scheme must of been colour blind.
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Oct 22, 2005
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shabby wrote: The person who came up with that colour scheme must of been colour blind.
little bit of Makita blue and Ryobi green lol
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shabby wrote: The person who came up with that colour scheme must of been colour blind.
Expectation:
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bizzyseller wrote: I would consider these as a throwaway set. As once the batteries stop holding a charge - you will need to throw these away (ie lack of support).
Yeah, you're better off getting Ryobi if you want a budget-friendly tool ecosystem.
Whenever someone asks a question that starts with "Why do they..." or "Why don't they...", the answer is always a) money, b) stupidity, or c) both.
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Nov 8, 2007
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The color is for people who can't afford Makita/Ryobi.
Newbie
Jul 16, 2019
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For the price it's good for home use. Brushed are on the way out anyway and no matter what brand Li-Ion is good for about a couple of years. Upvoted.

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