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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Ultimate Combo Kit (6-Tool) **Starts 3/30** $199 at homedepot.com

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Great set at a great price!

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nice price. I just paid about $140 for the batteries, drill, and driver from this set.
The drill and driver both have LED lights - a HUGE help. (note: I can't find exact model numbers, but the pictures look like they have them like mine)
The lithium batteries are a huge step up from NiCD - a lot longer life per charge. And, these have the built in charge meter on the battery - push a button to see how much charge is left.

I'm loving what I have, and wish I would have gotten the rest of the tools in this set.

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Very good deal for someone starting out. None of the tools will last a lifetime and are unlikely to stand-up to heavy commercial use for years and years. But for the avergae home owner doing a renovation project or for something to help outfit the toolbag of a new home owner, very good value. They're also great for construction guys who want a tool they don't mind if it walks off the jobsite, gets abused, etc.

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jarfykk said:   Very good deal for someone starting out. None of the tools will last a lifetime and are unlikely to stand-up to heavy commercial use for years and years. But for the avergae home owner doing a renovation project or for something to help outfit the toolbag of a new home owner, very good value. They're also great for construction guys who want a tool they don't mind if it walks off the jobsite, gets abused, etc.
    I know contractors that have some of these because they are so light. When you are cutting something above your head on a ladder the corded Milwaukee Super Sawzall can be hard to dance with. I can use the Ryobi sawzall one handed if I dont need a nice cut. 

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Got this last time it was on sale at this price. Great collection of power tools for the average homeowner.

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Does anyone know what is the torque value on the impact drive?

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I got in on this deal...great value!

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is it better than dewalt?

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pedybrand said:   is it better than dewalt?
  
Dewalt is just a "pro" version of Black and Decker.  It is still a good tool, but I consider Ryobi and Makita a step up.

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bridgetbattle said:   Does anyone know what is the torque value on the impact drive?
  model P236 is 1,600 in/lb, 300ft/lb

If you need to zip tires on and off, you will need the 1/2" impact.  I own both and this is perfect for pulling lug nuts after they have been loosened with a tire iron.  I also use it to drive lag bolts in to wood, disassemble the most unreliable riding mower on earth, all sorts of jobs.  I bought the 1/2" model because I was doing more work on cars, and I was tired of pulling out a compressor for air tools.  If mine failed today I would replace it without a second thought.

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