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All Ryobi UK Deals, Discounts & Sales for January 2020

Ryobi Christmas’s offer - Spend £89.99 on a starter kit and get a free tool.
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Posted 11th Nov 2019Posted 11th Nov 2019
Ryobi have jumped on board the USA trend and are now doing a buy a starter kit and get a free tool. Available at many retailers. Never seen an offer like this from them.
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Adam_Nuttall

https://www.playthek.co.uk/ryobi-ryob-akkubohrschr-r18ddbl-220s-18v-5133003435-ryobi-hardware-electronic-pZZa1-2098881666.html

cARdbOArdmuNKey

20% off in b&q today seems to include starter packs diy.com/departments/ryobi-one-cordless-1-3a-18v-brushed-percussion-drill-2-batteries-r18pd3-213s/4892210152725_BQ.prd Credit to this post https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bq-20-off-power-tools-3331933

J_x41

Only valid on purchases made on 11th November 2019 till 31st December 2019 The choices are all terrible terrible junk, even the led torch is desperately bad (not waterproof and illuminates a tiny spot), but hey it's free.

James_Leith

It looks better than what it actually is, obviously aimed at those who haven't already got a basic Ryobi setup, free tools are those of the lower end of the range. I guess if it was something you were going to invest in anyway then congrats on your free tool!!

Adam_Nuttall

https://www.direct-powertools.co.uk/ryobi-starter-kits-c102x3384531

CheapLife

I returned that mower to Homebase and they told me they take the chargers and batteries out to avoid people stealing them. Shame the staff don't know that. I even had a conversation at the till when I bought it and said I hoped everything was in the box. What a waste of time!

CheapLife

Just submitted. I bought a mower yesterday so it was good timing... although there were two mowers in stock at homebase, both open and resealed, and sure enough when I got home there was no battery or charger in the box! Swine! Well at least I could claim for the free battery before I return it. When I took part in the Ryobi Christmas promotion they were advertising free 2.0Ah batteries but I actually got 2.5Ah ones so hope it's the same this time...

mxer450

Half the starter kits will be best suited to a 5ah battery, 2ah in a lawnmower or chainsaw is not great but for a freebie always use for your drill.

CheapLife

Love when they do these promos

Veles343

Amazon have a trimmer that comes with a battery and charger https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-RLT1825M13-Cordless-Trimmer-Battery/dp/B0747XL547

Waldolf

Well if you are picking up a kit for yourself or someone else, then its a free tool. I recently paid £50 for the blower and its a damn useful thing to have around. The fan may be the most expensive tool if you were to buy it, at about £55 Bear in mind this offer applies to any starter kit not just the drill kits - this includes lawnmowers, and the gardening kits too as well as the various power tool kits

aggala

True, they could of done much better on the prices, but atleast Ryobi let's you get a additional tool all for the same price! (popcorn)

Waldolf

Not being funny, but if you read the text .......

johnszi23

Not being funny but if I look at that pic I think that everything is included on the pic if you buy that drill... it’s even say “One + All” that would be a great offer 8)

PennyTrader

Same deal at homebase - prices are disappointing considering the day they can cash in. They can do a lot better but have chosen not too :(

Free Ryobi 2Ah battery with garden starter kit @ Ryobi UK
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Posted 5th May 2018Posted 5th May 2018
Free Ryobi 2Ah battery with garden starter kit @ Ryobi UK
See link for list of valid starter kits. Buy one then apply for them to send you a battery. It's not one of their better Lithium+ batteries but will work with any ONE+ kit
Adam_Nuttall

https://www.playthek.co.uk/ryobi-ryob-akkubohrschr-r18ddbl-220s-18v-5133003435-ryobi-hardware-electronic-pZZa1-2098881666.html

cARdbOArdmuNKey

20% off in b&q today seems to include starter packs diy.com/departments/ryobi-one-cordless-1-3a-18v-brushed-percussion-drill-2-batteries-r18pd3-213s/4892210152725_BQ.prd Credit to this post https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bq-20-off-power-tools-3331933

J_x41

Only valid on purchases made on 11th November 2019 till 31st December 2019 The choices are all terrible terrible junk, even the led torch is desperately bad (not waterproof and illuminates a tiny spot), but hey it's free.

James_Leith

It looks better than what it actually is, obviously aimed at those who haven't already got a basic Ryobi setup, free tools are those of the lower end of the range. I guess if it was something you were going to invest in anyway then congrats on your free tool!!

Adam_Nuttall

https://www.direct-powertools.co.uk/ryobi-starter-kits-c102x3384531

CheapLife

I returned that mower to Homebase and they told me they take the chargers and batteries out to avoid people stealing them. Shame the staff don't know that. I even had a conversation at the till when I bought it and said I hoped everything was in the box. What a waste of time!

CheapLife

Just submitted. I bought a mower yesterday so it was good timing... although there were two mowers in stock at homebase, both open and resealed, and sure enough when I got home there was no battery or charger in the box! Swine! Well at least I could claim for the free battery before I return it. When I took part in the Ryobi Christmas promotion they were advertising free 2.0Ah batteries but I actually got 2.5Ah ones so hope it's the same this time...

mxer450

Half the starter kits will be best suited to a 5ah battery, 2ah in a lawnmower or chainsaw is not great but for a freebie always use for your drill.

CheapLife

Love when they do these promos

Veles343

Amazon have a trimmer that comes with a battery and charger https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-RLT1825M13-Cordless-Trimmer-Battery/dp/B0747XL547

Waldolf

Well if you are picking up a kit for yourself or someone else, then its a free tool. I recently paid £50 for the blower and its a damn useful thing to have around. The fan may be the most expensive tool if you were to buy it, at about £55 Bear in mind this offer applies to any starter kit not just the drill kits - this includes lawnmowers, and the gardening kits too as well as the various power tool kits

aggala

True, they could of done much better on the prices, but atleast Ryobi let's you get a additional tool all for the same price! (popcorn)

Waldolf

Not being funny, but if you read the text .......

johnszi23

Not being funny but if I look at that pic I think that everything is included on the pic if you buy that drill... it’s even say “One + All” that would be a great offer 8)

PennyTrader

Same deal at homebase - prices are disappointing considering the day they can cash in. They can do a lot better but have chosen not too :(

Free tool with Ryobi starter kit with £100 spend at Ryobi UK
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Posted 24th Nov 2017Posted 24th Nov 2017
Free tool with Ryobi starter kit with £100 spend at Ryobi UK
£100
Spend over £100.00 on any Ryobi starter kit, and claim your choice of a free tool or battery. Details in the link from Ryobi UK
Adam_Nuttall

https://www.playthek.co.uk/ryobi-ryob-akkubohrschr-r18ddbl-220s-18v-5133003435-ryobi-hardware-electronic-pZZa1-2098881666.html

cARdbOArdmuNKey

20% off in b&q today seems to include starter packs diy.com/departments/ryobi-one-cordless-1-3a-18v-brushed-percussion-drill-2-batteries-r18pd3-213s/4892210152725_BQ.prd Credit to this post https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bq-20-off-power-tools-3331933

J_x41

Only valid on purchases made on 11th November 2019 till 31st December 2019 The choices are all terrible terrible junk, even the led torch is desperately bad (not waterproof and illuminates a tiny spot), but hey it's free.

James_Leith

It looks better than what it actually is, obviously aimed at those who haven't already got a basic Ryobi setup, free tools are those of the lower end of the range. I guess if it was something you were going to invest in anyway then congrats on your free tool!!

Adam_Nuttall

https://www.direct-powertools.co.uk/ryobi-starter-kits-c102x3384531

CheapLife

I returned that mower to Homebase and they told me they take the chargers and batteries out to avoid people stealing them. Shame the staff don't know that. I even had a conversation at the till when I bought it and said I hoped everything was in the box. What a waste of time!

CheapLife

Just submitted. I bought a mower yesterday so it was good timing... although there were two mowers in stock at homebase, both open and resealed, and sure enough when I got home there was no battery or charger in the box! Swine! Well at least I could claim for the free battery before I return it. When I took part in the Ryobi Christmas promotion they were advertising free 2.0Ah batteries but I actually got 2.5Ah ones so hope it's the same this time...

mxer450

Half the starter kits will be best suited to a 5ah battery, 2ah in a lawnmower or chainsaw is not great but for a freebie always use for your drill.

CheapLife

Love when they do these promos

Veles343

Amazon have a trimmer that comes with a battery and charger https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-RLT1825M13-Cordless-Trimmer-Battery/dp/B0747XL547

Waldolf

Well if you are picking up a kit for yourself or someone else, then its a free tool. I recently paid £50 for the blower and its a damn useful thing to have around. The fan may be the most expensive tool if you were to buy it, at about £55 Bear in mind this offer applies to any starter kit not just the drill kits - this includes lawnmowers, and the gardening kits too as well as the various power tool kits

aggala

True, they could of done much better on the prices, but atleast Ryobi let's you get a additional tool all for the same price! (popcorn)

Waldolf

Not being funny, but if you read the text .......

johnszi23

Not being funny but if I look at that pic I think that everything is included on the pic if you buy that drill... it’s even say “One + All” that would be a great offer 8)

PennyTrader

Same deal at homebase - prices are disappointing considering the day they can cash in. They can do a lot better but have chosen not too :(

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