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Deal Hunter - I Deal Therefore I Am

Home Depot is offering ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Compact Drill/Driver Kit + Free Select Ryobi Power Tool (up to $79) on sale for $99.00 with free shipping. 

Deal Notes:  There are 19 different Ryobi ONE+power tools to pick from on the landing page. Click the top banner to see the main kit and add it to cart then add any of the 19 tools to cart to see the discount. 

Includes: (1) P208B compact drill/driver, (1) P118 dual-chemistry charger, (2) P102 18-Volt ONE+ lithium-ion batteries and (1) storage bag 

  • Equipped with 24-position clutch and 2-speed gear box to match your drilling and driving needs
  • LED light illuminates work surfaces for increased visibility
  • MAGTRAY magnetic holder offers convenient placement of screws and bits
  • 1/2 in. single-sleeve, keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for quick, easy bit changes
  • Top-mounted bubble level offers drilling and driving accuracy
  • Dual-chemistry charger energizes 18-Volt ONE+ batteries in as little as 1 hour
  • Indicator lights on charger show status as batteries are charged and maintained
  • Maintenance mode keeps batteries stored on charger conditioned for peak performance
  • New and improved GripZone overmold handle offers superb comfort, command and grip
  • Batteries are compatible with all Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ products
  • Tool weighs 2.7 lbs.
  • Protected by a 3-year limited warranty

Rated 4.5/5 stars with 212 customer reviews.

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These are the crappy batteries.

javajoejava said:   These are the crappy batteries.
Have you come across a Ryoby bundle that comes with a good battery? They rarely exist. Typically you get a better battery if it comes with one tool, or you always have the option of buy a better battery by itself. 

I've had these batteries for at least two years with zero problems. Like any batteries, they like to be kept on the charger when not in use.

Drew510 said:   I've had these batteries for at least two years with zero problems. Like any batteries, they like to be kept on the charger when not in use.
I can't say I would recommend storing them that way, then again chargers should stop charging when full. but I've never seen a battery lose charge on a charger to need charging again so it seems, so it seems unnecessary to store there. I have to go find the research now, but it said that ideally you wouldn't store your batteries over 90% for the longest life possible for Li-Ions. If I happen to walk by either my Milwaukee or Ryobi batteries charging while on the 4th light, I'll pull them off. And for sure you weren't supposed to do that with Ni-Cad, as they needed to cycle so they didn't get memory effect problems. 

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