Ryobi Cordless 18V Li-Ion Hammer Drill 2 4.0Ah! Batteries £130 + 6% Quidco and Free Delivery @ B&Q
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Ryobi Cordless 18V Li-Ion Hammer Drill 2 4.0Ah! Batteries £130 + 6% Quidco and Free Delivery @ B&Q

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Found 29th Apr 2016
Great deal on a Ryobu Cordless 18V drill with 2x 4.0Ag batteries (not to be confused with the 1.3Ah cheaper batteries) ALSO 6% Quidco (£6.80 cashback)

Also B&Q have the Drill with twin 1.3Ah batteries on offer at: £87 (£11 off)

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This is around £169 at Ryobi Direct
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Cheaper alternative here:

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4% Quidco for orders under £100
6% Quidco for orders over £100
8% Quidco for orders over £200
Original Poster
£130:

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£87

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One of the worst tool in this price range. Lethargic batteries after some use. Buy a better tool instead.
maj2509

One of the worst tool in this price range. Lethargic batteries after some … One of the worst tool in this price range. Lethargic batteries after some use. Buy a better tool instead.



one of my batteries are broke after around 5 charges. wont power the drill anymore, even though the charger shows it as fully charged
maj2509

One of the worst tool in this price range. Lethargic batteries after some … One of the worst tool in this price range. Lethargic batteries after some use. Buy a better tool instead.



I have had a 4.0ah battery for over 2 years now constantly used on circular and jig saws; still does a great job one of the best things I have ever purchased as far as tools go.
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More comments available in deal @ £148: (250+ degrees)

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Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 29th Apr 2016
jough

I have had a 4.0ah battery for over 2 years now constantly used on … I have had a 4.0ah battery for over 2 years now constantly used on circular and jig saws; still does a great job one of the best things I have ever purchased as far as tools go.


I have tried ryobi twice n rubbish both times. Won't even pay half of the deal price. Buy Makita or Dewalt or some other good brands.
jough

I have had a 4.0ah battery for over 2 years now constantly used on … I have had a 4.0ah battery for over 2 years now constantly used on circular and jig saws; still does a great job one of the best things I have ever purchased as far as tools go.



​what exactly have you done to make it last 2 years using it "constantly" ??
paneds

​what exactly have you done to make it last 2 years using it "constantly" … ​what exactly have you done to make it last 2 years using it "constantly" ??



I make furniture/plant boxes etc.. from pallets, lay floors and general diy.. battery gets used a fair bit every week, not full on commercial use but a lot lot more than the average DIYer
Bought this at £150 4 weeks ago. Sold the bag and drill on eBay £30, then sold my Bosch 18v li for 60 on eBay (I just needed the Ryobi batteries and charger). I've an array of Ryobi one kit. Good value and new life to my tools!
jough

I have had a 4.0ah battery for over 2 years now constantly used on … I have had a 4.0ah battery for over 2 years now constantly used on circular and jig saws; still does a great job one of the best things I have ever purchased as far as tools go.



Me too, only mines probably 4 or 5 years old, I've worn out one circular saw, screwed down 9 rooms worth of flooring (just from the boxes left over, that's around 8000 screws), sawn kitchen worktops with a jigsaw, fitted doors and loads and loads of general DIY and apart from the saw, the original batteries are going strong, so are all the tools. This was without a doubt the best purchase I've ever made in DIY tools.

That said, at the age mine is, it's quite likely the supplier of the cells in the battery or the manufacturer have reduced quality over time.

mike
Never had a problem with Ryobi one + stuff. The 4.0ah batteries are good for the energy hungry tools, angle grinder, chop saw and impact gun, but the smaller batteries can be handy for working at height or in places where weight and fatigue can be an issue. Good warranty so if issues just contact them. They aren't professional grade tools but difference in price shows that.
Original Poster
I've just remembered why I stopped posting deals about a year ago!
Most problems with tools are caused by the tools using the tools.

Nothing wrong with Ryobi. They have earnt me £000's.

Good deal for the batteries alone.
This is the best drill I have purchased and use the batteries across 4 other Ryobi One products.

It's a phenomenal deal and all brand snobs should be ignored. Loads of tradesmen are using Ryobi.
ScoobyZ

I've just remembered why I stopped posting deals about a year ago!



​same me. but it's great deal. I bought it with 10% off voucher few days ago. paid £117 + tracked cashback £3+ from topcashback. I think it's a bargain for that price.
thank you.. this deal should be hotter than it is.
Just sold my drill for £27.99 on eBay. only actually wanted the batteries. After fees and postage etc the batteries, case and fast charger have cost me under £45. happy days.

the brushless version that takes these batteries can be got for about £70 new on eBay and is as good as any top brand.
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