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Ryobi R18PD3-113G 18 V ONE+ Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit (1 x 1.3 Ah) £67.99 at Amazon
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Ryobi R18PD3-113G 18 V ONE+ Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit (1 x 1.3 Ah) £67.99 at Amazon

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Posted 10th Mar

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Seems decent price, battery not very large but keeps it lightweight I suppose.

Believe it’s account specific by “MYDISCOUNT5” May get you an additional £5 off.

The Ryobi R18PD3-113G cordless Combi Drill is ideal for drilling wood, metal, masonry, plastic, plasterboard, ceramic and tiles
The 2-speed gearbox delivers 500/1800 rpm and up to 50 Nm of torque providing versatility between different materials and applications
The 24-torque settings allow you to drive screws flush each time for a better finish, whilst the LED light makes it ideal for work in poorly-lit areas
A ratcheting chuck improves bit grip strength, making this tool compatible with all standard accessory bits up to 13 mm
This tool is sold as a ‘bare’ tool (without a battery or charger) but is compatible with all batteries and chargers across the 18 V ONE+ system of tools for the home and garden
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Good price, I have one, I would suggest you get a bigger sized battery if you can, doesn't last that long
Love how they call it a starter kit because it includes a battery. One would expect a battery to always be included. It's like selling a car with wheels and calling it a starter kit.
666FU10/03/2020 19:26

Love how they call it a starter kit because it includes a battery. One …Love how they call it a starter kit because it includes a battery. One would expect a battery to always be included. It's like selling a car with wheels and calling it a starter kit.


No not for these - multiple tools use the same chargers and batteries, so many people buy bare tools and use the batteries and chargers they already own.
Decent
666FU10/03/2020 19:26

Love how they call it a starter kit because it includes a battery. One …Love how they call it a starter kit because it includes a battery. One would expect a battery to always be included. It's like selling a car with wheels and calling it a starter kit.


Interchangeable battery with other equipment in the range so the battery is not necessarily needed if, as in my case, you already have them. It therefor keeping the price down if not required.
So to confirm this comes with the drill, battery and a charger?
dr_mj_9910/03/2020 20:44

So to confirm this comes with the drill, battery and a charger?



The title, picture and this quote in the description “This starter kit includes a 1.3 Ah ONE+ lithium ion battery and a charger.”

Would suggest yes although there is one line that says ‘bare tool only’ I assume this is a copy&paste typo/error as price in December 2019 was £140+ and was £80+ earlier this year which is excessive for bare tool
No case with this one then? Checked desc but seems strange to only come in a box no?
BraddersJ10/03/2020 21:58

No case with this one then? Checked desc but seems strange to only come in …No case with this one then? Checked desc but seems strange to only come in a box no?


No, I have this drill kit and it just came in a box with charger and 1.3ah battery. Upgraded to 5ah and runs forever. You can buy genuine Ryobi tote bags for this and other similar sized tools, but I would say that a non branded padded tool bag would work equally well and they usually have separate space to store extra batteries
BraddersJ10/03/2020 21:58

No case with this one then? Checked desc but seems strange to only come in …No case with this one then? Checked desc but seems strange to only come in a box no?


No!
I've got this drill. It's a "Hammer Drill Driver" and has settings for Drill, Hammer and Drive.

What's odd though is that this drill seems to be slower than my previous Ryobi Hammer Drill, and I'm not sure why.
I'm not sure if this affects the performance or not, but it feels a bit more pathetic when I'm drilling into masonry
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