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Ryobi 18-Volt Drill and Circular Saw Kit

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Ryobi 18-Volt Drill and Circular Saw Kit
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Good post, I've used the circular saw from this kit many, many times. It's a very handy tool when you're working remotely

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Cheaper than buying two of the batteries.

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"Cheaper than buying 2 batteries"
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Just so you know this comes with 2 of the smaller P102 lithium batteries.  I own the saw, drill, reciprocating saw and a couple others.   You will be unhappy with these batteries with the circular saw, unless you are just making about 10 or so cuts between charges.
The saw takes alot of electricity and i found these batteries to be lacking.   I use the large lithium batteries with the saws.   For the drills these smaller batteries are ok and they keep the weight of the drill lower(the Ryobi drills are quite heavy by the way).
They had a special not long ago at the Home Depot for two of the large lithiums for $99.   When the package of two of the smaller ones go on sale they are less than the cost of this combination.    Don't forget to use the 10% off Lowes coupon when buying this.
 

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they also have the 2 items ......1drill and one impact  driver/drill......2batteries.......1charger.....carrying bag for 99$ .....regular $149.I got this set and applied for Home Depot card and received $25 off on the spot!Out of pocket was$74 plus tax..I think item# is p882.

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I ordered this item about 3 weeks ago online for $99. Called for a refund of the difference in price ($20) and got it. They have a 30 day price guarantee. Thanks for the post OP.

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"Batteries are 45% lighter and reduces user fatigue". In other words "We have reduced the capacity of the batteries by 45% in order to cut the cost of this item". Also note that the drill has three speeds: stop, go, and go a little slower. Not really useful as a power screwdriver.

You get what you pay for.

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Agree with others that this with a circular saw is a joke.

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TellyTubby said:   "Batteries are 45% lighter and reduces user fatigue". In other words "We have reduced the capacity of the batteries by 45% in order to cut the cost of this item". Also note that the drill has three speeds: stop, go, and go a little slower. Not really useful as a power screwdriver.

You get what you pay for.

Not sure if you are talking about a different drill/driver or haven't used it and just crapping on Ryobi for some reason.

I picked this up recently (still on sale, if you can find them); the drill has a Hi/Lo switch and the trigger has continuous speed control within those two power settings. The trigger has a nice feedback that makes it very easy to control the speed. I've used it a bunch this weekend and found easier than my old Black & Decker at driving screws. 

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TellyTubby said:   "Batteries are 45% lighter and reduces user fatigue". In other words "We have reduced the capacity of the batteries by 45% in order to cut the cost of this item". Also note that the drill has three speeds: stop, go, and go a little slower. Not really useful as a power screwdriver.

You get what you pay for.

About every cordless drill has infinite speed range, controlled electronically by a MOSFET that's switched on and off, a few hundred times a second. But drills can also have a 2-speed gearbox, which I believe this 18V Ryobi has. With the blue 18V NiCad models, there's a gear selector switch, but apparently at least some newer models automatically switch to the higher gear when the electronic trigger is squeezed enough.

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