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Posted 17 November 2022

Ryobi R18PD3-215GZ 18 V ONE+ Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit (2 x 1.5 Ah batteries + Charger) (Damaged Box) £67 @ Amazon Warehouse

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Power SourceBattery Powered
Maximum rotational speed1800 RPM
Voltage18 Volts
Amperage1.5 Amps
ColourHyper Green
18V Cordless Combi Drill ideal for drilling in masonry, wood, plastic and metal, as well as driving screws
A ratcheting chuck improves bit grip strength, making this tool compatible with all standard drilling and screwdriving bits up to 13mm
A 2-speed gearbox delivers 500/1800rpm and up to 50Nm of torque to match different materials and applications
24 torque settings help to drive screws flush every time for a perfect finish
Includes 2x Ryobi ONE+ 1.5Ah batteries and a charger, compatible with over 100 other Ryobi one+ tools for the home and garden
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    guys, is that a good brand? I have never heard of them, was thinking to go for bosch pro series, but this price is way too good
    Yep, I have numerous tools. Batteries can be used on their different product which makes it desirable for many people. You'll end up investing in more tools based on that so be warned (edited)
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    I've had some well used warehouse goods sold as good condition. I would be concerned about the batteries, it would be easy to switch for old ones and return.
    You have 30 days. If you don't like it return it for free. It's a no brainer at that price for me
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    not voting but these are the smallest batteries they do and the slow charger - seems hard to believe there won't be a better deal in the next week or so given what starts in a few hours.The kit itself is fine
    what starts in a few hours?