ryobi brushless cordless drill with 2 x 2.5aH lithium plus batteries + fast charger £149.99 @ Homebase - HotUKDeals
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ryobi brushless cordless drill with 2 x 2.5aH lithium plus batteries + fast charger £149.99 @ Homebase

£149.99 @ Homebase
This is my first post but looks to be a good price for the brushless drill with 2 x 2.5ah lithium plus batteries and the fast charger. If you sign up to the newsletter there is a 5 pound voucher code…
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1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago
This is my first post but looks to be a good price for the brushless drill with 2 x 2.5ah lithium plus batteries and the fast charger.
If you sign up to the newsletter there is a 5 pound voucher code available too.
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#1
This is one of them deals where know it is a good bit of kit but the £150 tag far outweighs the product.

Not voted just my opinion.
#2
makita 18v with 2x 3.0ah batterys charger and case for same price at screwfix, not brushless but better than ryobi any day, ryobi is for keen diy makita is a trade tool.
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paneds
makita 18v with 2x 3.0ah batterys charger and case for same price at screwfix, not brushless but better than ryobi any day, ryobi is for keen diy makita is a trade tool.


​Whilst to a certain extent I agree with you, on paper at least the ryobi has better spec than the Makita, with more torque, higher load speed, larger drilling capacity for wood, and a higher percussion rate, both have metal gearboxes. I'm not a trade user, but for a brushless drill this seems a good price, a comparable Makita brushless being around £320. If you don't want a trade tool this seems like a great option.
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paneds
makita 18v with 2x 3.0ah batterys charger and case for same price at screwfix, not brushless but better than ryobi any day, ryobi is for keen diy makita is a trade tool.
In this instance the Ryobi are a bettee purchase.
#5
Been after a Ryobi charger for a while but they never go on sale unfortunately.
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paneds
makita 18v with 2x 3.0ah batterys charger and case for same price at screwfix, not brushless but better than ryobi any day, ryobi is for keen diy makita is a trade tool.


​Do I need to stop using my Ryobi kit for work then? I hope I've not been doing anything wrong for the past 12 years. :(
#7
£160 now.

I'm kinda annoyed with Ryobi drill.
To be fair, it's taken a load of abuse.
Last year it started slipping out of gear - though that justified getting a new super-duper brushless one.
Nope, turned out to be the gear selector - dab of super glue and it's STILL working fine over 10 years later, so really can't justify a new shiny toy! :(

(Ryobi is owned by the same parent company as Milwaukee by the way, though are typically a little more cheaply made.)

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