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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Impact Driver Kit 1x1.5Ah - £76.30 @ Homebase reserve and collect only
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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Impact Driver Kit 1x1.5Ah - £76.30 @ Homebase reserve and collect only

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Got this one from winchester store. Cheapest around all sites. Needed for home DIY and 1 battery enough for me. Tried with 150mm timber screws on timber sleepers. Worked like magic . 220Nm !!!



The 18V Cordless Impact Driver is perfect to loosen or drive bolts and screws thanks to the powerful rotational force it applies. With various speed settings.




High power cordless impact driver perfect for screwing and loosening larger bolts.




Motor delivers 220Nm of torque to easily drive long screws and nuts.




Keyless bit changes 6.35mm (1/4 '') hex drive.




3 LED lights light up your work area, so you can see what you are doing.




Robust die-cast front gear housing to protect the motor.

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I don’t have this but anyone into DIY should get one. I recently bought a Makita one and wish I’d bought it decades ago.
Been waiting for these deals for ages.

For anyone interested though, £20 more gets you the brush less one (which I'd rather and just not get another tiny battery).
Good price always wait for reservation confirmation before traveling
I had one of these but moved to Makita a few years later, nothing wrong with it but the size and weight of this thing made it not so nice to use sometimes. Good price though
Jetaylor20/07/2019 10:48

Been waiting for these deals for ages.For anyone interested though, £20 …Been waiting for these deals for ages.For anyone interested though, £20 more gets you the brush less one (which I'd rather and just not get another tiny battery).


I could not find brushless one with battery at 97£. Share the link please.. I searched a lot before buying this one.
Jetaylor20/07/2019 10:48

Been waiting for these deals for ages.For anyone interested though, £20 …Been waiting for these deals for ages.For anyone interested though, £20 more gets you the brush less one (which I'd rather and just not get another tiny battery).


Check the torque on the brush less one, some brands it is much less than the brush version. Don't know if it applies to this one but worth checking.
Nicebob20/07/2019 14:52

Check the torque on the brush less one, some brands it is much less than …Check the torque on the brush less one, some brands it is much less than the brush version. Don't know if it applies to this one but worth checking.



"Brushless motor is electronically-controlled to optimise efficiency for up to 40% more run time per charge." With 270 Nm of torque. so Win-Win in this cas
sen00720/07/2019 13:53

I could not find brushless one with battery at 97£. Share the link …I could not find brushless one with battery at 97£. Share the link please.. I searched a lot before buying this one.


Maybe I wasn't clear. £97 is without the battery. My point was I'd rather pay the little extra amount for the brushless version WITHOUT a battery because that size battery is pretty underwhelming (Plus the point of the one+ system is you should hopefully already have batteries, which I do off the drill starter pack.

For reference, here is the brushless version for £96.95 from a retailer. It can be found cheaper on Ebay at around £70+ I believe and on occasion, used with a 5Ah battery too.
I'll wait for a better deal on a brushless drill with a bigger battery. They pop up every now and then
Toolstation einhell 3ah battery and charger is £25 at the moment and bare bones brushless impact drill is £76
My first thought was "bah, homebase never have anything" then i checked alnwick and they had 14! Result. Just picked mine up, thanks OP you rock
Prefer the wrench , brushless with bigger battery
snapdragon20/07/2019 10:39

I don’t have this but anyone into DIY should get one. I recently bought a …I don’t have this but anyone into DIY should get one. I recently bought a Makita one and wish I’d bought it decades ago.


Amen.
People still seem to confuse them with drills when they're really a different beast.

I find the most important thing in the real world isn't necessarily stated torque, but battery aH. Of all the cordless tools as much battery grunt as possible is really necessary for the way impact drivers are expected to work against resistance.
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