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Ryobi 18V One+ Impact Driver (Body Only)  £52.99 @ Amazon
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Ryobi 18V One+ Impact Driver (Body Only) £52.99 @ Amazon

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Good price. Amazing tool, its Nm is one of the best in class. I bought mine 2 years ago and I'd have to say its the best thing in my toolbox. I have yet to come across a screw it couldn't get through.
Completely agree with mrPfister above....had mine years and it's never let me down. Built decks, sheds, mezzanines with it and it's been solid.
Edited by: "umirza85" 3rd Oct
Tempted to wait for clearance at Homebase again to get this..
Bought a router, drill and 2x 2.5ah for £94 last month.
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 3rd Oct
This one is only 220Nm. The Brushless version can do 270Nm but some brands can do over 300Nm.

But this is a good price if you have batteries already.
Over 200nm is for bolt/nut removal... this is a cracking tool for everyday jobs, don't mistake it for an electric screwdriver-I have both and the Mrs has arthritis, with the screwdriver she's rounding out 3 in screws every time, but this thing can whack in 6 in rawl bolts effortlessly !
I think I would rather buy from Amazon for £10 more, with the recent experiences with Laptop Outlet UK selling as Amazon refurbished. I'm staying away from third party sellers.
RickyWong03/10/2019 13:50

This one is only 220Nm. The Brushless version can do 270Nm but some brands …This one is only 220Nm. The Brushless version can do 270Nm but some brands can do over 300Nm. But this is a good price if you have batteries already.


They do a bigger one with a socket adaptor rather than collet on the end
That’s an impact wrench. It does much more. But Don’t think the square head is very useful.
HerefordCiderApples03/10/2019 17:01

I think I would rather buy from Amazon for £10 more, with the recent …I think I would rather buy from Amazon for £10 more, with the recent experiences with Laptop Outlet UK selling as Amazon refurbished. I'm staying away from third party sellers.


Good call - mine turned up today - looks like a refurb/return. Unboxed. Works well enough.
Edited by: "Chris.Type.R" 4th Oct
Chris.Type.R04/10/2019 11:16

Good call - mine turned up today - looks like a refurb/return. Unboxed. …Good call - mine turned up today - looks like a refurb/return. Unboxed. Works well enough.


Mine also turned up in a bag , Looks like a display model , No hex /screwdriver piece did you get one ?
Seems this model's replacement is 170nm
Chris.Type.R04/10/2019 11:16

Good call - mine turned up today - looks like a refurb/return. Unboxed. …Good call - mine turned up today - looks like a refurb/return. Unboxed. Works well enough.


I didn't know I needed one of these. I have a 40 year old air impact driver which does the job but static. I'm looking at the 400Nm but the reviews are a bit sketchy. Most of my tools are Ryobi One+. This looks usefull but I would want enough oumph to undo tractor wheelnuts etc and to be used as an impact screwdriver,
Lards04/10/2019 19:15

Mine also turned up in a bag , Looks like a display model , No hex …Mine also turned up in a bag , Looks like a display model , No hex /screwdriver piece did you get one ?


Not that I noticed. There's a 'supplied with' page which suggests it should come with a bit and more importantly a socket adaptor. I'll probably not go to the trouble of returning mine but not sure this was that much of a deal in hindsight. direct-powertools.co.uk/PBS…BwE
HerefordCiderApples04/10/2019 23:59

I didn't know I needed one of these. I have a 40 year old air impact …I didn't know I needed one of these. I have a 40 year old air impact driver which does the job but static. I'm looking at the 400Nm but the reviews are a bit sketchy. Most of my tools are Ryobi One+. This looks usefull but I would want enough oumph to undo tractor wheelnuts etc and to be used as an impact screwdriver,


The Ryobi impact wrench is second only to the Milwaukee M18 impact wrench (which is the same manufacturer). All independent car shops I've been to have Milwaukee gear and American YouTube channels swear by it instead of pneumatics now for the ease and portability (the Milwaukee can easily do tractor wheel nuts etc but it is 2x to 3x the price of the Ryobi).
Sent it back yesterday, Not happy about the unboxed condition and missing parts.
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