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Ryobi one+ r18pd5-0 18v 50nm cordless brushless percussion drill (body only) £67.19 delivered @ SGS engineering
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Ryobi one+ r18pd5-0 18v 50nm cordless brushless percussion drill (body only) £67.19 delivered @ SGS engineering

£67.19£89.9925% Free P&P FreeSGS Engineering UK Deals
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Posted 29th May

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New R18PD5 Percussion Drill from Ryobi is ideal for drilling in wood or metal, driving screws or even drilling in masonry thanks to the hammer function. Ryobi’s Brushless technology uses patented electronics to deliver more runtime and power. e-Torque™ control automatically drives screws flush for a perfect finish every time. 13mm ratcheting chuck for improved bit gripping strength and durability. 2 gears to control the max speed to match different materials and applications. LED lights up your work area for better visibility. Includes Double ended bit

Additionally this drill is part of the ONE+ range meaning its compatible with any existing ONE+ batteries and chargers, and will hold multiple Ryobi drill bits up to a max drilling capacity of 38mm in wood surfaces.

Specifications:
Chuck capacity (mm): 13
Max drilling steel (mm): 13
Max. drilling masonry (mm): 13
Max. drilling wood (mm): 32
Max. percussion rate (bpm): 6800 / 23800
Max. torque (Nm): 50
Torque settings: Automatic
Power: 18V
Vibration drilling into concrete [m|s²]: 13.9
Vibration drilling into concrete uncertainty [m|s²]: 1.5
Vibration drilling into Metal [m|s²]: <2.5
Vibration drilling into metal uncertainty [m|s²]: 1.5
Vibration screw driving [m|s²]: <2.5
Vibration screw driving uncertainty [m|s²]: 1.5
Sound power level [dB[A]]: 94.5
Sound power level uncertainty [dB[A]]: 3.0
Sound pressure level (dB(A)): 83.5
Sound pressure level uncertainty [dB[A]]: 3.0

Note: This is a bare unit without any batteries or a charger. You can use any ONE+ battery with this product.
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I can recommend this model: I’ve had it for a year and a half and it’s made mincemeat of anything I throw in its way. Great at driving too
Nice spot. So tempting to add to Ryobi collection
Avoid SGS probably the worst company I have ever dealt with. Complete shysters.
I know it’s a lower spec as in not brushless but I just picked this up from amazon it’s the R18PD3 not the PD5 model but the PD3 comes as a kit with 2 1.5ah batteries and charger but no bag for £75, I have various other Ryobi tools so have higher AH batteries should I need them but this will just be used as a spare drill so I don’t have to keep swapping bits over,

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

side note have had no issues with SGS Engineering when I’ve purchased from them in the past
Got the one from amazon too and couldn't be happier. I also wanted the brushless model but do I really need it for the ocassional DIY ?
TBH is quite a lot of money for non professional drill without charger and batts - which are most expensive.

You can get any pro targeted drill for this sort of money
toolstop.co.uk/jcb…ly/
I just got this one. Seems to be same if not better spec.
2.0ah battery for £18 and the charger for about the same.
Spookyleaf30/05/2020 00:57

https://www.toolstop.co.uk/jcb-18blcd-b-18v-brushless-combi-drill-body-only/#mz-expanded-view-832671832849I just got this one. Seems to be same if not better spec.2.0ah battery for £18 and the charger for about the same.


Do you know if the Worx power share battery will fit that JCB?
keiron9930/05/2020 12:29

Do you know if the Worx power share battery will fit that JCB?


Couldn't say. Unsure of the fitment type
For the people who also have this, do you find when it chooches the noise is really high irritating pitch? I don't normally need ear plugs for drills and impacts but with ryobi its really ear piercing...
Inquisitor30/05/2020 15:16

For the people who also have this, do you find when it chooches the noise …For the people who also have this, do you find when it chooches the noise is really high irritating pitch? I don't normally need ear plugs for drills and impacts but with ryobi its really ear piercing...


No this is relatively quiet. I have brushless drill/driver. The driver clicks loudly so when I was doing a deck project after 6pm I switched to this for drilling and driving screws. When using the auto function for driving screws it does not click it just stops. If you press the trigger again on the same screw, be careful it could take your hand off at the wrist . Really nice drill worth the price. It's twice as much as the entry level Ryobi but 4X better in terms of performance. No brainer if you had the batteries already like I do.
Look on here for the amazon deal, drill two batteries and charger for £69
JB_Englishman01/06/2020 10:07

Look on here for the amazon deal, drill two batteries and charger for £69


Sorry do you have a link
tas_shah04/06/2020 23:44

Sorry do you have a link


Its gone back up to £74.95 now but still a great deal with 2 batteries and a charger over the bare model Amazon link
Hope this helps
xtightgitx29/05/2020 21:08

Avoid SGS probably the worst company I have ever dealt with. Complete …Avoid SGS probably the worst company I have ever dealt with. Complete shysters.


In what way?

I’e purchased a previous ryobi drill as well as an SGS petrol pro. grass cutter, and they have been more than helpful via phone and email, and with their own ‘blue’ products you can get spare parts.. unlike most of the other far eastern equivalents at diy retailers.
I bought a garage trolley jack. Arrived in a battered box and clearly wasn't new. They denied everything and refused a refund basically accusing me of trying to defraud them.

Had to threaten them with the small claims court before they would relent. It took ages to get a refund but only a few hours to get the negative trust pilot review removed.

Up until that point I had spent over £1500 with them over the years. Never again though.
This is the problem, its not always price that matters, when things go wrong you need to know your seller will put it right. And if you brought online, where did you get it from can you find the email receipt etc. I know some folkes dont like amazon but at there is a lot of benefits like at least you can look back though your purchases for years if nessesary, print out a receipt. And if its though a third party seller and they font honour warranty claims Amazon have stepped in for me and sorted it. If in anyway first couple of weeks even if you have used it, send it back free, no quibble money back.
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