Ryobi Cordless 18V Li-Ion Hammer Drill 2 4.0Ah! Batteries £125.00 USE voucher CLUBDCWY5 at B&Q
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Ryobi Cordless 18V Li-Ion Hammer Drill 2 4.0Ah! Batteries £125.00 USE voucher CLUBDCWY5 at B&Q

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Found 28th Apr 2017
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Been waiting for this to come back down in price.

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vassy4u

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You'd be far better off going for something like this for a fiver more:

http://www.screwfix.com/p/makita-dhp453sfew-18v-3-0ah-li-ion-lxt-cordless-combi-drill/2290j

Ok, they are only 3Ah batteries but the difference in overall quality far outweighs the difference in battery life - and to be frank, in day to day use you'd never notice the lesser battery life.
Edited by: "Tapasman" 28th Apr 2017
Yep the Makita is what I'd go for.
Tapasman

You'd be far better off going for something like this for a fiver … You'd be far better off going for something like this for a fiver more:http://www.screwfix.com/p/makita-dhp453sfew-18v-3-0ah-li-ion-lxt-cordless-combi-drill/2290jOk, they are only 3Ah batteries but the difference in overall quality far outweighs the difference in battery life - and to be frank, in day to day use you'd never notice the lesser battery life.



​I disagree. That's a very basic Makita model, not great quality.
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I wanted the One+ 4.0 batteries as i have other One+ tools.
Of course you're not going to get a top of the range Makita at that price point, but it's still streets ahead of the Ryobi.
Get this screwfix.com/p/b…PmA and a spare battery 4.ah for fifty quid and you've got a professional quality setup for £25 more. Ryobi look good but same quality as Einhell, MacAlister, Worx and the like so worth extra spend imho
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 28th Apr 2017

Is the Mikita one that's £129.99 at screwfix not worth it or would you say this with another battery is the best combination?


gazdoubleu

Get this … Get this http://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-gsb-18-2-li-plus-18v-4-0ah-li-ion-cordless-combi-drill/7434K?kpid=KINASEKPID&cm_mmc=GoogleLocal-_-Datafeed-_-Tools&cm_mmc=Google-_-Product%2520Listing%2520Ads-_-Sales%2520Tracking-_-sales%2520tracking%2520url&gclid=Cj0KEQjw0IvIBRDF0Yzq4qGE4IwBEiQATMQlMbA_PjVj4TYiEjrVlZRprvH3nwuMN2DOKezK0EXIkdgaAve48P8HAQ&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CISymfnixtMCFYhuGwodcN8PmA and a spare battery 4.ah for fifty quid and you've got a professional quality setup for £25 more. Ryobi look good but same quality as Einhell, MacAlister, Worx and the like so worth extra spend imho


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Tapasman

Of course you're not going to get a top of the range Makita at that price … Of course you're not going to get a top of the range Makita at that price point, but it's still streets ahead of the Ryobi.



​Based on what???
​BOSCH GSB 18-2-LI PLUS 4.0AH

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 38mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 63Nm hard / 24Nm soft. No. load speed: 0-500/0-1900rpm. Impact rate: . Overall length: 202mm. Weight: 1.5kg.

Makita DHP453SFEW 18V 3.0AH

Max. drilling capacity in masonry 13mm, wood 36mm, steel 13mm. Max. torque 42Nm hard / 27Nm soft. No. load speed: 0-400/0-1300rpm. Impact rate: . Overall length: 211mm. Weight: 1.7kg.

Makita is heavier, slower, much less torque, which means its much lighter duty.

The max torque on the Ryobi is 50Nm by the way, it has a 2 year warranty whereas the Bosch and Makita have 3

Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 28th Apr 2017
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