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Ryobi R18PD3-0 18v One+ Hammer Drill (Body Only) £44.93 delivered @ SGS Engineering
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Ryobi R18PD3-0 18v One+ Hammer Drill (Body Only) £44.93 delivered @ SGS Engineering

£44.93£49.9510%SGS Engineering UK Deals
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Posted 3rd Jun
Seems like a good deal, the price keeps dropping on this one.



Edit: This is few £ cheaper than the lowest ever amazon price.
Edit2: Corrected the delivery charges.
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The Ryobi R18PD3-0 is a cordless percussion drill ideal for drilling in wood, metal or screwdriving, and features a 13mm ratcheting chuck for improved bit grip and durability. This model also benefits from two gear control to control the maximum speed making it suitable for a range of applications. Completing this handy tool are LED lights for added visibility and 24 torque settings to help drive screws flush everytime.

Part of the ONE+ Range
This Ryobi R18PD3-0 is part of the ONE Plus battery tool system, meaning that you can use any of your ONE+ batteries with this tool, or purchase a new ONE Plus battery from SGS today. This drill/driver is sold “body only” without a battery. This allows you to build your own ONE+ collection without spending money on necessary batteries and chargers. Being powered by lightweight lithium-ion batteries, means that you’re always ready to go with no self-discharge and no memory effect – with a long run time and high durability this drill can be relied on.

Note: This is a bare unit without any batteries or a charger. You can use any ONE+ battery with this product.

Features and Benefits
Powerful 18V battery motor
2 speed gearbox
24 clutch settings for greater control
Compatible with ONE+ battery power
Includes LED work light for increased visibility and accuracy
Easy access on board screw and bit storage
Includes Double ended bit

Specifications
Chuck capacity (mm): 13
Max drilling steel (mm): 13
Max. drilling masonry (mm): 13
Max. drilling wood (mm): 38
Max. percussion rate (bpm): 6500 / 23400
Max. torque (Nm): 50
Torque settings: 24
Power: 18V
Weight with battery pack (kg): 1.7
Sound pressure level (dB(A)): 85.6
Vibration drilling into concrete [m|s²]: 8.3
Vibration drilling into Metal [m|s²]: 1.1
Vibration screw driving [m|s²]: 0.7
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Great price. I’ve got a few of the One+ products now and they’re all very good.
U forgot delivery
SeanM66603/06/2020 20:37

U forgot delivery


Good point, £4.98 cheapest option for royal mail 2nd class
A ridiculous price for this. Would buy it if I didn’t already have it. Heat added
That's a really good price for a really good drill. I have this, and man, does it perform. If you're a Ryobi freak like me, and you don't have one, this is a top bargain and very versatile. Cue the kn*bs who start papping on about it doesn't come with a battery.....Read the descriptition,doofus!
How much are batteries for this?
Savvy104/06/2020 11:19

How much are batteries for this?


Don't forget the charger.
Savvy104/06/2020 11:19

How much are batteries for this?


Exactly. More than the drill just for one battery, never mind a charger and a spare. If you really must get Ryobi, get a starter set. Even professional-grade batteries like DeWalt and Bosch are cheaper than Ryobi.
Where’s all the “My drills better than your drill nah nah nah .... mines hairless.... I mean brushless and it’s lights up” comments gone
Ryobi was my first drill on sites when i was a youngun. Drill was ok then i added a grinder which was terrible. That was in the nicad days mind. Moved over to dewalt then makita which i have now. You can get a makita drill body for a little more than this price and the grinder is immense.. Moral of the story. Buy cheap buy twice. Ok for diy i suppose.
Edited by: "sparkyy" 4th Jun
I have one of these just installed my deck with it. Never faulted and that’s over a 1000 screws, ? there’s a set at B&Q diy.com/dep…prd that’s also good price get 2 batteries..
CptHales04/06/2020 19:07

I have one of these just installed my deck with it. Never faulted and …I have one of these just installed my deck with it. Never faulted and that’s over a 1000 screws, 😁 there’s a set at B&Q https://www.diy.com/departments/ryobi-one-cordless-1-3a-18v-brushed-percussion-drill-2-batteries-r18pd3-213s/4892210152725_BQ.prd that’s also good price get 2 batteries..


£85 with voucher code
Thanks for posting. We have added this to the Highlights section
RYOBI is one of the best quality brands,from Hiroshima-Japan.
Edited by: "koskesh" 4th Jun
CptHales04/06/2020 19:07

I have one of these just installed my deck with it. Never faulted and …I have one of these just installed my deck with it. Never faulted and that’s over a 1000 screws, 😁 there’s a set at B&Q https://www.diy.com/departments/ryobi-one-cordless-1-3a-18v-brushed-percussion-drill-2-batteries-r18pd3-213s/4892210152725_BQ.prd that’s also good price get 2 batteries..


I guess this doesn’t come with a charger? Can’t see on the page
andywedge04/06/2020 19:53

Thanks for posting. We have added this to the Highlights section


Why didn't you do this when I posted it 2 weeks ago?
sweep_the_leg_04/06/2020 21:26

Why didn't you do this when I posted it 2 weeks ago?



Deals need to be a certain temperature before we consider them for Highlights and it's now a few quid cheaper delivered than when you posted, which may explain why this thread attracted more hot votes.
jrdld04/06/2020 17:54

Exactly. More than the drill just for one battery, never mind a charger …Exactly. More than the drill just for one battery, never mind a charger and a spare. If you really must get Ryobi, get a starter set. Even professional-grade batteries like DeWalt and Bosch are cheaper than Ryobi.


Yea the amazon deal has 2x 1.5A batteries and charger for £30. Think that works a lot better for me as a Ryobi newcomer
I got this one from tooled up, it's a good drill but I do think even £45 is a little expensive for a brushed drill. I sometimes think the drill spins slower than my old one, that might be because it is more intelligent or might not
It’s good but you would be better off getting the one on Amazon for £74 with two batteries. I bought one the other day.
lxlramlxl04/06/2020 20:37

I guess this doesn’t come with a charger? Can’t see on the page


Yep one from B&Q comes with charger
I already have a relatively old Bosch 18v combi drill, but I’m deep in to Ryobi now, is there any benefit getting this?

I have a corded SDS Hammer for actual heavy drilling
andywedge04/06/2020 21:36

Deals need to be a certain temperature before we consider them for …Deals need to be a certain temperature before we consider them for Highlights and it's now a few quid cheaper delivered than when you posted, which may explain why this thread attracted more hot votes.


Incorrect. The price is the same.

I originally posted the deal without adding any postage charges on, so £39.95.

A HUKD moderator must have added the charges (incorrectly) and automatically chosen the Next Day option, at £6.99.

This is the same deal, but with 2nd Class Postage option added.

So, how do you explain how this thread attracts more hot votes and also, why continue to promote when I've already pointed out I'd submitted it over 2 weeks ago?
sweep_the_leg_04/06/2020 22:53

Incorrect. The price is the same.I originally posted the deal without …Incorrect. The price is the same.I originally posted the deal without adding any postage charges on, so £39.95. A HUKD moderator must have added the charges (incorrectly) and automatically chosen the Next Day option, at £6.99.This is the same deal, but with 2nd Class Postage option added.So, how do you explain how this thread attracts more hot votes and also, why continue to promote when I've already pointed out I'd submitted it over 2 weeks ago?


Seriously with everything going on, does it really matter? There are no prizes for it, we are all here to share and find bargains.
mango.carrot04/06/2020 22:45

I already have a relatively old Bosch 18v combi drill, but I’m deep in to R …I already have a relatively old Bosch 18v combi drill, but I’m deep in to Ryobi now, is there any benefit getting this?I have a corded SDS Hammer for actual heavy drilling


The only benefit would be throwing away your Bosch charger and reusing batteries. Keep the Bosch until it breaks. Look for a second hand Ryobi drill on gumtree, they come up quite often. My newer Ryobi drill was no better than The old One that broke tbh, except it's yellow rather than blue

Although does your Bosch have the driver functionality? This deal has it, although I don't use it as it's simpler to use my impact driver with a hex fitting rather than putting a driver bit in the twist chuck
Edited by: "JoeLennox" 5th Jun
sweep_the_leg_04/06/2020 22:53

Incorrect. The price is the same.I originally posted the deal without …Incorrect. The price is the same.I originally posted the deal without adding any postage charges on, so £39.95. A HUKD moderator must have added the charges (incorrectly) and automatically chosen the Next Day option, at £6.99.This is the same deal, but with 2nd Class Postage option added.So, how do you explain how this thread attracts more hot votes and also, why continue to promote when I've already pointed out I'd submitted it over 2 weeks ago?



I cannot say what the delivery price was when you posted your thread, but you should always include the delivery price when posting a deal. Without any delivery price the price shown is incorrect. That is why a moderator would have edited it to include a delivery price. If you realised that was wrong you should have alerted us a few weeks ago.
We alow reposts after 4 weeks.
As already explained, the price shown here is cheaper than the price shown on the deal you posted, which explains why the deal has more heat.
We are promoting this on Highlights as it is one of the hottest deals of the day, and the hottest in its category.
The best advise I can give you is to always include the correct and full price when posting a deal, including postage, VAT, import charges (or anything else that may be included in the final price).
Got loads of the ryobi one stuff, highly recommended. There is a homebase closing down by me and I nearly bought the nailer for £153 yesterday, but just about managed to stop myself.
menacedude05/06/2020 07:48

Got loads of the ryobi one stuff, highly recommended. There is a homebase …Got loads of the ryobi one stuff, highly recommended. There is a homebase closing down by me and I nearly bought the nailer for £153 yesterday, but just about managed to stop myself.


The nailer is excellent, but that price doesn’t sound great for clearance - think I paid about that from Amazon
JoeLennox05/06/2020 00:02

The only benefit would be throwing away your Bosch charger and reusing …The only benefit would be throwing away your Bosch charger and reusing batteries. Keep the Bosch until it breaks. Look for a second hand Ryobi drill on gumtree, they come up quite often. My newer Ryobi drill was no better than The old One that broke tbh, except it's yellow rather than blueAlthough does your Bosch have the driver functionality? This deal has it, although I don't use it as it's simpler to use my impact driver with a hex fitting rather than putting a driver bit in the twist chuck


No mine doesn’t have the hammer function, hence my interest in this one. But like I said, I have the corded drill for the big jobs - I guess I just wanted some validation to buy something I don’t need
mango.carrot05/06/2020 08:34

The nailer is excellent, but that price doesn’t sound great for clearance - …The nailer is excellent, but that price doesn’t sound great for clearance - think I paid about that from Amazon


I'll keep a lookout on amazon, thanks. Although this one was the 16 gauge rather than the 18 that is on amazon (not sure what difference that makes).
menacedude05/06/2020 07:48

Got loads of the ryobi one stuff, highly recommended. There is a homebase …Got loads of the ryobi one stuff, highly recommended. There is a homebase closing down by me and I nearly bought the nailer for £153 yesterday, but just about managed to stop myself.


I got the 18ga brad nailer for £149 delivered from CBS Powertools after trying to put some cladding round my bathroom (and leaving lots of horrible marks) with a s***ty £30 one from screwfix. The Ryobi is amazing it is effortless and puts the nails a good 1-2mm below the surface, ready for some filler or paint.
I am looking for a drill bit set as I keep on losing them, and I would really appreciate if someone can confirm please their thoughts on this? smile.amazon.co.uk/Bos…QF2. I will buy the Ryobi straightaway if this fits in, as I am a very occasional in emergency kind of a DIY and I just want to make sure the bare minimum tools are around as scredrivers only take you soo far in an emergency where the shed is falling apart and you need to put some screws/nails in!
vb9005/06/2020 12:14

I am looking for a drill bit set as I keep on losing them, and I would …I am looking for a drill bit set as I keep on losing them, and I would really appreciate if someone can confirm please their thoughts on this? https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Garden-2607019675-X-Line-15-Piece/dp/B001IBMO7C/ref=psdc_1939182031_t2_B000P4IQF2. I will buy the Ryobi straightaway if this fits in, as I am a very occasional in emergency kind of a DIY and I just want to make sure the bare minimum tools are around as scredrivers only take you soo far in an emergency where the shed is falling apart and you need to put some screws/nails in!


Not that you need Ryobi, but they do their own screwdriver bit sets.

2 of the better ones are here:

46 Piece:
direct-powertools.co.uk/ryo…339

69 Piece:
direct-powertools.co.uk/ryo…340
3LeggedDog05/06/2020 10:40

I got the 18ga brad nailer for £149 delivered from CBS Powertools after …I got the 18ga brad nailer for £149 delivered from CBS Powertools after trying to put some cladding round my bathroom (and leaving lots of horrible marks) with a s***ty £30 one from screwfix. The Ryobi is amazing it is effortless and puts the nails a good 1-2mm below the surface, ready for some filler or paint.


I went back and bought it, it actually scanned through at £127.50 at the till. Can't wait to try it later.
How does the brand fare against De Walt?
sweep_the_leg_04/06/2020 22:53

Incorrect. The price is the same.I originally posted the deal without …Incorrect. The price is the same.I originally posted the deal without adding any postage charges on, so £39.95. A HUKD moderator must have added the charges (incorrectly) and automatically chosen the Next Day option, at £6.99.This is the same deal, but with 2nd Class Postage option added.So, how do you explain how this thread attracts more hot votes and also, why continue to promote when I've already pointed out I'd submitted it over 2 weeks ago?


Why do you care? Internet points are not redeemable in the afterlife...
Savvy104/06/2020 11:19

How much are batteries for this?



Genuine ones are £60+ but there are generic ones from £21available which is what Ive been using since day one with Ryobi tools.They are still working well after over 5 years
vb9005/06/2020 12:14

I am looking for a drill bit set as I keep on losing them, and I would …I am looking for a drill bit set as I keep on losing them, and I would really appreciate if someone can confirm please their thoughts on this? https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-Garden-2607019675-X-Line-15-Piece/dp/B001IBMO7C/ref=psdc_1939182031_t2_B000P4IQF2. I will buy the Ryobi straightaway if this fits in, as I am a very occasional in emergency kind of a DIY and I just want to make sure the bare minimum tools are around as scredrivers only take you soo far in an emergency where the shed is falling apart and you need to put some screws/nails in!



I always wonder why they never include a 7mm drill bit in the et.
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