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Ryobi R18IDBL-0 18V ONE+ Cordless Brushless Impact Driver (Body Only) - £94.99 @ Amazon
Posted 22 h, 15 m agoPosted 22 h, 15 m ago
I have been following these for a while and even used on ebay they sell for more than this price. Great piece of kit with 270nm torque and a nice addition to your tools if you alre… Read more

Was around £85 about a month ago.


Mine came with a genie (poo)




Love mine it's a kick ass tool to own. Invest in good bits and screws and it makes so many jobs dead easy. This thing will drive screws through just about anything. Even water pipes. Can vouch for that. Impact drivers detect when the screw has stopped turning and instead of just stripping the head off they start hammering them round - the effect is very noisy and it bashing away at the screw instead of constantly turning will drive it through things like butter. The caveat is the bits need to be strong and the screws not cheap nasty things. As someone said above once you go down this road you will has a WTF was I doing before moment. Additionally women will find you more attractive.


I've just ripped apart a used pallet and reused it to build a planter. I was actually thinking this morning (genuinely) that the impact driver is my best and most used power tool (I have an old Ryobi cordless - as in 15yrs old). It hammers as it screws (!!!) which results in a very secure connection. Even used it to secure plasterboard to stud walls - versatile!

Ryobi Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit with 2 x 1.5 Ah batteries - £74.99 @ Amazon
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Been looking for a drill and spotted this one so thought I would take a punt and share! The 2 1.5 Ah batteries sealed the deal over the single 1.3! Drill bumpf: 18V Cordless Com… Read more
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Blimey that brings back memories i had a similar set about 30 years ago, didnt know they were still knocking them out must have sold 10s of millions by now. They lasted me very well, good brand value for money for home user, i probably lost more than I broke or that went dull. Can be fiddly to get get out the case when the drills get a few Burr's on them from the chuck other than that. Good deal


I picked up this one today, more expensive but according to reviews this is a great multi purpose set. https://www.screwfix.com/p/bosch-hex-shank-hex-9-drill-screwdriver-bit-set-35-pieces/619fv#product_additional_details_container


Missed the earlier deal for a fiver cheaper, but this still looked like a good deal, so ordered it! Hot from me :)


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!



Ryobi R18PD3-0 18v One+ Hammer Drill (Body Only) £44.93 delivered @ SGS Engineering
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Seems like a good deal, the price keeps dropping on this one. :D Edit: This is few £ cheaper than the lowest ever amazon price. Edit2: Corrected the delivery charges.



Good to hear that! Thanks. I think the deWalts come with sense of musculinity and costruction knowledge ha but at the end of the day price is king



De Walt is the one all the tradesmen use but to be honest I reckon it’s just marketing and trade deals. I use Ryobi stuff and have never been disappointed. Except with their work bench which was the worst product I’ve ever used. Stick to tools, Ryobi. I’ve had several Ryobi tools since I moved into my house in 2014 (including 2 drills, a multi tool, a saw, a pump, a lawnmower, a strimmer) and every single one works just as well as the day I bought it. Well, nearly every one. The leaf blower died but to be fair, I stored it incorrectly and I think it got damp. Ryobi tools are excellent.


IS that the most important one? Sorry I'm a complete noob and I just make the whole and scorew anything that fits in it.

Ryobi ONE+ R18T-0 18V Cordless LED Torch (Zero Tool) £21.99 at Amazon
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Emits a bright white light and the long lasting LED means you no longer need to replace bulbs. High power light emits up to 130 lumens with a recommended throw of up to 10 metres R… Read more
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I don't personally recommend this torch, its not the brightest and the beam is very narrow. I returned mine. I instead bought the older halogen one, and modded it to take an 12V LED MR16 bulb. Non-dimmable MR16 use a constant current driver, so its no issue running them at 18V rather than 12V. The torch can handle the heat, as its designed for a halogen lamp. Lamp holder is available from Toolstation for 78p, I bought the cheapest LED MR16 I could find, which was approx £3. A bit of work with a hot glue gun and stanley knife and it was all sorted. No photos I'm afraid, lent the torch to someone before lockdown, yet to get it back! *Edit* If you are just after an area work light for DIY etc. I'd probably get the £35 LED project light they do. I only got the torch shape as I wanted it for taking my ball-mad dog to the park in winter.


Also as a note, if you have makita or other drill batteries there are adapters out there to make them work with the ryobi ecosystem as it were.


I think people are missing the point. You can plug a charged 5amp battery into this. If it runs out you grab another off the shelf. If you need to drill or drive somewhere dark the spare battery you take with you will work in either the tool or the torch. Yes its expensive for a LED torch, but its incredibly useful if your into Ryobi. I find even having tons of 18650's lying around, its the Makita or Ryobi batteries that are far more likely to be charged and of course will last longer.


It's more of a work like than a torch. You wouldn't go for a walk at night carrying this thing. The size and shape of it makes it very good for resting on something and pointing the light where you want it.


This thing is massive, get a proper torch for the same money a 20th of the size...

Ryobi one+ r18pd5-0 18v 50nm cordless brushless percussion drill (body only) £67.19 delivered @ SGS engineering
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
New R18PD5 Percussion Drill from Ryobi is ideal for drilling in wood or metal, driving screws or even drilling in masonry thanks to the hammer function. Ryobi’s Brushless technolog… Read more
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Its gone back up to £74.95 now but still a great deal with 2 batteries and a charger over the bare model Amazon link Hope this helps


Sorry do you have a link


Look on here for the amazon deal, drill two batteries and charger for £69


No this is relatively quiet. I have brushless drill/driver. The driver clicks loudly so when I was doing a deck project after 6pm I switched to this for drilling and driving screws. When using the auto function for driving screws it does not click it just stops. If you press the trigger again on the same screw, be careful it could take your hand off at the wrist (lol) . Really nice drill worth the price. It's twice as much as the entry level Ryobi but 4X better in terms of performance. No brainer if you had the batteries already like I do.


For the people who also have this, do you find when it chooches the noise is really high irritating pitch? I don't normally need ear plugs for drills and impacts but with ryobi its really ear piercing...

Ryobi R18PD3-215GZ 18 V ONE+ Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit (2 x 1.5 Ah) - £69.90 @ Amazon
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
The Ryobi R18PD3-215GZ Cordless Combi Drill is ideal for drilling wood, metal, masonry, plastic, plasterboard, ceramic and tiles. A combi drill has 3 functions; drill, hammer drill… Read more

I took a punt on this as my old Bosche has send better days. Arrived, charged the batteries and today I decided to hang a curtain pole in the child’s bedroom. Due to the way the blinds are, I needed to use two off cuts of 2x4 so that I could extend the bracket out further from the wall. On the off cuts, I drilled two pilot holes in each halfway through with an 8mm bit so that it would be easier to fit and to reduce the size of screws I needed. The pilot holes drilled perfectly however this drill struggled to drive in the screws wood on wood so much so that I ended up using a manual screwdriver to complete the job. I’m left somewhat disappointed (annoyed)


It's normal


I'm considering spending more on either DeWalt DCD788 from Screwfix posted on here recently for £119. Or I'm more tempted by the DCD709 on Toolstation for £129 as it's more compact. But the Toolstation description doesn't mention the charging speed, I presume the same as the Screwfix one, but don't want to end up in the same situation as I have with the Ryobi. I'm not really sure I need anything better than the Ryobi to be honest, but now it's in my mind that I want it :)


Depends how you use it if its just for the occasion job around the house, just charge back up when you finished or overnight. I charge a 4Ah with this charger, leave it overnight. Also slower charge makes for a longer lifetime


This happens with mine, did you find out if it's normal?

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Ryobi OLT1833 18V ONE+ Brushless Grass Trimmer (Body Only) £119.99 at Amazon
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Decent reduction for what looks to be their top strimmer. I’ve had enough hassle with my two-stroke and have already got some of the ONE+ kit so have ordered one of these. It’s abo… Read more

Depends if you use it every day, every week, every month or every year... And how long you use it in a single session. Ultimately, if you use it only once a month for 20 minutes, I don't see why the brushed model wouldn't be enough. On the other hand, if you use it for an hour every week, you'll probably benefit from going brushless.


Hmm should I upgrade from the standard brushed strimmer? :/ I've got a few brushless Ryobi tools and they're the bee's knees


You’ll need a battery and charger too.


Brushless is a type of electric motor, it’s much more efficient than traditional electric motors therefore more power.


Wot does brushless mean, I need to do clear a overgrown garden. I think I need something like this. Any helps tips be welcome.

Ryobi RFL180M ONE+ Flashlight (Body Only) £15 Prime / £19.49 Non Prime @ Amazon
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Free delivery (if you have Amazon Prime) Great price for the body, especially if you're already collecting the tools and have the batteries to hand. About this item Pivoting h… Read more

I have the LED version. it's very bright but It's not very good for working in an area as it creates a very bright spot in the middle and this can make it hard to work if you don't want to look at that exact spot. I'm thinking of getting some kind of diffuser lense to stick on


Yeah, the led version, according to historical data on the camels is the lowest price its been. For ~ fiver more than the filiament version (with no rush delivery) thats gotta be worth it. Grabbed one, thanks Frank


On a deal no less, apparently, looks good


£21.99 for the led one at the moment


I had one and swapped the bulb for an LED. Was fine but I eventually got the real LED one in one of the Ryobi Christmas promos and it IS superior.

Ryobi R18PD3-113G 18 V ONE+ Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit (1 x 1.3 Ah) £59.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
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… Read more

Thank you (y)


As long as it is 18v ryobi one + compatible, then the Ah rating is really to do with how long it will last.


Ah yes, sorry. Thanks for that, I generally want to invest into some good drill now but maybe buy original battery later. Will 5.5Ah work fine with the drill ? Thanks!


@ebygum32 has stated he uses Flag replacement batteries. Mine is DOSCTT fulfilled by Amazon, but rated at 5.5Ah. See if there are 4Ah equivalent, but generally, the bigger the better.


Have you set up alerts and notifications, including on the 3 camels?

Ryobi R18PD3-113G 18 V ONE+ Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit (1 x 1.3 Ah) £59.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
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 … Read more



Is this battery will work with this drill??




You can get the bare unit for about £45, deal posted here and a battery 4 ah for £58 now but was £40-45 before, even under £25 in Nov, again deal posted here. It will bring you pretty much to the same as the the Argos deal. If the big one was £40, I am pretty sure you will be able to find a 2 ah for £30. I prefer 2 x 2 ah rather than one at 4 ah.


And now gone, managed to grab one hours ago and was planning to post it here...

Ryobi RB18L40 18V ONE+ Lithium+ 4.0Ah Battery - £58 @ Amazon
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
The Ryobi RB 18L40 ONE+ Battery is ideal for users seeking great runtime and performance from their ONE+ tools.
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I wondered the same, and et voila! YouTube has a video to give you the answer.


I hear you brother 😜


Why so much for 4ah battery.? Can get makita or bosch 4ah battery for £35-£40.


I stumbled upon a YouTube video where this American did a battery (pun intended) of tests on aftermarket batteries, & there was indeed a difference, (you get what you pay for) but the summary was basically that unless you use them constantly & regularly it's not really worth the extra cash.


https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5AH-18V-Li-ion-Battery-for-RYOBI-One-Plus-P108-P107-P104-P102-P105-P106-BPL1815/132914209266?hash=item1ef24de1f2:g:~2sAAOSwhQheq5gi#shpCntId this is the one i got and have to say is brillant and you can see how much battery you have left while using it.

Ryobi R18PD3-113G 18 V ONE+ Cordless Combi Drill Starter Kit (1 x 1.3 Ah) - £59.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Ryobi still and starter kit seams a good price limited offer though. The Ryobi R18PD3-113G cordless Combi Drill is ideal for drilling wood, metal, masonry, plastic, plasterboard… Read more

Ordered! Thank you Now, any suggestions on a larger battery or a spare one?


It's back! Just posted today. Ryobi


Why don't you add an alert for "Google nest hub"? That's what they're for! Set it to trigger at "0" and you'll be notified the second the deal is posted.


Gutted I missed this If anyone spots it at this price again, could you tag me or DM me, please?


I just assumed it came in the usual rectangular green bag - doesn't it?

Ryobi R18PD3-0 18V ONE+ Hammer Drill £39.95 + £6.99 delivery at SGS Engineering UK
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
The Ryobi R18DDP-3-0 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. Th… Read more
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Is this battery will work with this MODEL??




Free delivery if spending £50 +


That deal has gone now.


You cannot go wrong with Ryobi kit! OK, it's not up to the standard of expensive professional gear, the likes of DeWalt, Milwaukee and Makita and more suited to your advanced DIYer, but the overall cost of ownership can be very little if you are clever. I bought 20+ of the Blue ONE+ range + Ni-Cd batteries around 12 years which IMHO looked nicer than the current septic infection green/yellow colour. As the years went by, I sold my Ni-Cd batteries and chargers for not much less than I paid for the Lithium battery replacements. Then started to upgrade to the newer colour scheme about 4 years ago whenever I saw them at very low prices and subsidised the purchase of the new tools by selling my older blue ONE+ tools, which again nearly paid for the new tools. I still have a few blue tools left and will upgrade them when the time comes and their replacements are at as good price. I ended up with the drill mentioned by the OP here, angle grinder and impact driver for virtually less than free as they were part of the free starter pack tool promo a few months back and after buying the three starter packs, selling the chargers, batteries, tool bags and also the free tool, all three tools were less than free. Plus, I also sold the blue version that they were replacing. Gotta say my favourite Ryobi ONE+ tools are the AirStrike 16G Nail Gun, Mitre Saw and Impact Driver. Most useless is the Heat Gun (wife's Dyson hair drier gets hotter), but I suppose that what you get generating heat form 18v batteries. It's about OK for cable heat shrink. Quite fancied the glue gun, but I guess it will take ages to heat up like the heat gun.

Ryobi ONE+ R18PD3-0 Percussion Drill (Body Only) £47.99 @ sgs_engineering / eBay
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Good price for a good drill, cheapest I’ve seen it for a while
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My mate was the same, said the ryobi drill driver was much better than his makita one.


https://www.sgs-engineering.com/checkout/cart/ £44.93 delivered


Any good with bricks?


The starter kit for this drill is £59.99 on Amazon for a limited time only. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-R18pd3-113g-R18PD3-Cordless-Compact/dp/B07THDFCJF/


Basicslly, there's percussion where the chuck is moved mechanically by the cogs, and pneumatic (sds) where the chuck is moved by a piston. That's it.

Quiet Strike impact driver RYOBI 18V OnePlus tool only R18QS-0 £71.16 delivered @ Manomano
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Overview : Presentation: RYOBI 18V OnePlus Quiet Strike impact driver without battery or charger R18QS-0, ideal for fast and fluid screwing. The striking mechanism is surrounded by… Read more

"ideal for fast and fluid screwing" Ooooooooooooooooh naughty


My comment was aimed more at the comments regarding lack of torque. Just add a 1/2-inch x 1/4-inch Impact Adaptor to the wrench and it'll drive large screws into wood etc twice as fast as the impact driver.. I have two Ryobi impact drivers but always end up using the wrench with adapter instead. One of my best Ryobi purchases, and I have many, too many I'm told.🤭


I have the brushless impact driver and drill driver. The impact driver is LOUD but works well. Sounds like a prehistoric woodpecker. I started using the drill driver in the evening to drive screws as the other one's clicking is so loud but it nearly took my hand off at the wrist a few times! Made me appreciate the impact driver (y) P.S. I have the glue gun - got it in one of the Ryobi promotions and it's really useful but not sure I'd pay over the odds for it. Keep an eye out for their promotions


It's a completely different tool for a completely different job.


Looking for one also, found £32.95 but have to pay shipping on top.

Ryobi R18IDP-120S 18V ONE+ Cordless Impact Driver Starter Kit (1 x 2.0Ah Battery) £95.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Part of the one+ system of cordless tools for the home and garden, the Ryobi R18IDP-120S is a high-powered impact driver ideal for screwing and loosening larger screws/bolts. The m… Read more

Are these really that good a deal for a brushed motor? Often seems to be a DeWalt offer of twin pack brushless impact driver and drill with batteries for about 70 more which seems a better deal. Though I guess this is alright if you purely want the driver.


No, this is not a drill (well, you probably could but I wouldn't recommend it)


I need to drill into a brick wall (to hang a dyson charger / cradle thingy in the garage). Will this be able to drill a few holes into brickwork?


I’ve been told a lot the dewalt shave an aggressive stop and manage to undo the chuck in their own. I really like the erbauer set I have, I’m not sure it’s up to the job of progressional tools but it’s perfect for what I needed


The problem with own brand labels like Erbauer is that there are fewer deals around because it's only one shop. You can often pick up good deals on Ryobi stuff through hot UK deals. Also you don't have to worry about them being discontinued like you do with own brands.

Ryobi R18IW3-120S 18V ONE+ Cordless 3 Speed Impact Wrench Starter Kit (1 x 2.0Ah) £127.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
A good tool at a good price About this item 18V high power motor delivers 400Nm of torque ideal for fast tightening/removing of heavy duty fasteners Impact mechanism allows for… Read more
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I was trying to purchase it and mid way through it got bumped upto £160 also the offer for the same price in halfords has ended

Ryobi OLT1825M 18V ONE+ Cordless Grass Trimmer - £47.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 17th AprPosted 17th Apr
I've just sorted the garage during lockdown, so was looking to get into a cordless system, Ryobi seemed like the best price/range/performance. I then realised they did a strimmer,… Read more



No longer available?


Just on ebay bud https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/323970821935 delivery was quick aswell imagine Makita one should be similar price


Where did you get the adapter? Looking for similar for Makita batteries to use on Ryobi tools. I've seen them on eBay but closer to £20. Thanks!


All my cordless tools are DeWalt use them everyday really fancied their cordless grass trimmer but didn't like the price, so bought the Ryobi one (this one) and a battery switcher for£13 that lets me use my DeWalt 5ahs on (y) saved myself a fortune works a treat

Ryobi RB18L40 18V ONE+ Lithium+ 4.0Ah Battery £49.99 @ powertoolmate / eBay
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
A Good Price for a 4.0ah Battery Product Description The Ryobi RB 18L40 ONE+ Battery is ideal for users seeking great runtime and performance from their ONE+ tools. The tough pac… Read more
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Mainly Flagpower


It was posted at the time. Not by me though. It was what introduced me to Amazon business.


Thanks for posting it as a deal (y) (y) Oh wait....


Showing £53.99 for me


I bought 2 5Ah genuine ryobi batteries on Amazon Business for £40 if we're willy waving.

Ryobi RB18L13 18v Li-Ion Plus Battery 1.3Ah - £25.99 @ eBay / powertoolmate
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
Good deal on a backup or for a starter kit. Ryobi RB18L13 Li-Ion Plus Battery is a powerful 1.3Ah lithium battery and has a tough pack design with built in impact protection for… Read more
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If you're going to have to drill a lot of holes, then I suppose having a very light battery might be a plus.


Do not buy such a low capacity battery.


Better to invest in at least a 2.5


It's not much good on the circular saw or grinder. It's ok for light drill use and light screw driving.

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