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Posted 6 October 2022

Ryobi R18IW7-0 18V ONE+ Cordless Brushless 3-Speed Impact Wrench (Body Only) - £89.95 @ Amazon

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Great deals for the 3 speed brushless version. Also pay in 5 monthly installments of 5 X £17.99 interest free. I was going to purchase with Halfords before I saw this at £20 cheaper.

18 volts of power delivers up to 270Nm of torque for rapid nut attachment and removal

Brushless motor provides more power and longer life

3-Speed settings provide complete control and Versatility
Clever ‘auto-stop’ mode automatically tightens nuts to 120Nm (prevent over-tightening) - ideal for cars

Part of the Ryobi one+ system – over 100 tools powered by one battery

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    I've found the 270nm of torque to be not enough for most things.
    What are most things? I would be using it on a car tbh
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    Must admit I'm tempted, but also interested in the Ryobi Quiet Strike which at the moment is £35 more than this, but a different use tool.
    Voted hot OP (edited)
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    Tempted but my old workhorse Ryobi wrench has many years of use left in it.
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    Halfords is doing this one for £105 but with a 'free' 2Ah battery which is a better deal if you could do with an extra little battery.


    Having said that - the 270Nm is going to struggle with a lot of jobs. The 400Nm version is a much better buy at £107 for the bare tool.

    Or £120 for the 400Nm wrench with "starter kit" (2Ah battery, charger, sockets & bag)
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    Ryobi...no ta.... Get a DeWalt or Makita....
    That's just silly without taking price and type of usage into account. Ryobi is perfectly fine for heavy DIY or light trade.

    I've got a load of their tools, some going back to 2008 and they're still going strong.