RYOBI DRILL BIT ACCESSORY SET, 95 PIECE @ b&q was£18.02 now £10
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RYOBI DRILL BIT ACCESSORY SET, 95 PIECE @ b&q was£18.02 now £10

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Found 10th Nov
Not bad for 95 piece set

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Heat for Ryobi. In before the haters. Ryobi equipment in the last few years, especially the cordless range, is excellent.

My cordless drill and 4amp battery has lasted through an entire house renovation, loft flooring and landscaping a garden with 50% decking and climbing wall for the kids. Never faulted.

Great deal - heat added.
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 10th Nov
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Heat for Ryobi. In before the haters. Ryobi equipment in the last few years, especially the cordless range, is excellent.

My cordless drill and 4amp battery has lasted through an entire house renovation, loft flooring and landscaping a garden with 50% decking and climbing wall for the kids. Never faulted.

Great deal - heat added.
Edited by: "stevenfeeney" 10th Nov

These don't have good reviews on the b@q site

Like all of this type of sets it's a few mediocre drills and mainly screwdriver bits. Could be handy to have around the house for the very occasional DIYer but if you have plans to do some real work it's better to get what you need in decent quality kit.
Ryobi stuff is good but I doubt there's anything Ryobi about this beyond the name.

Ryobi stuff years ago was like the Skoda of the car Industry, all tradesmen and car salesmen extracting the urine
out of the brands.

How things have changed with Skoda and Ryobi don't you think ?

Both brands are really reliable and good quality now.
Edited by: "zippypants" 10th Nov

Not voting either way, but the reviews on the B&Q site suggest these might be made from a coagulated dairy product
Edited by: "o3mar" 11th Nov

Proofs in the pudding. If you just pretend to diy like me, then it's financially worthwhile up to a point. I've spent good money on tools I never use. Pointless, but always handy to have an inexpensive kit around for when the wife wants yet something else doing - it's about the only time I get to screw anything these days. The joys of middle-age. X
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