RYOBI 18V ONE+Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Drill/Driver-Impact Driver Kit (2-Tool)w/(2) 1.3 Ah Batteries
Model # P1834|Store SKU # 1001134608
- Model # P1834
- Store SKU # 1001134608
The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Brushless Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit provides superior lithium-ion performance to get the job done. The drill includes a 1/2 inch keyless Jacobs Chuck with 24-position clutch to match your drilling and driving needs. The impact driver has a variable-speed trigger and 1800 inch lbs. of torque to provide control and power when driving long and large screws or bolts. They both feature the exclusive MAGTRAY onboard bit storage which allow convenient placement of bits and screws, a belt clip that mounts to both sides, and an LED light to illuminate the work area. Two lithium-ion batteries and a charger are included that will power over 100 ONE+ tools. This is all covered under a 3-year manufacturer's warranty.
- Brushless motor provides longer runtime and extended tool life when compared to brushed motors
- Brushless drill/driver: new, innovative 3-jaw in Jacob's chuck with quick hex bit insert
- Brushless drill/driver: 2-speed gear box (0-600 / 0-1,800 RPM) and 24-position adjustable torque clutch
- Brushless impact driver: 1,800 lbs. torque
- Brushless impact driver: variable speed trigger
- Includes: P252 brushless drill/driver with bit, P239 brushless impact driver with bit, P118 dual chemistry charger, (2) P102 18-Volt ONE+ lithium-ion batteries, tools bag and operator's manuals
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Customer Reviews18V ONE+Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Drill/Driver-Impact Driver Kit (2-Tool)w/(2) 1.3 Ah Batteries is rated out of 5 by 175.Rated 4 out of 5 by Paul from Powerful performance good battery life. Enthusiast grade tool... Powerful performance good battery life. Enthusiast grade toolDate published: 2019-03-12Rated 5 out of 5 by Bob from I didn't take my decision to go with Ryobi lightly. Deciding which cordless drill to purchase is... I didn't take my decision to go with Ryobi lightly. Deciding which cordless drill to purchase is not an easy decision because it entails much more research into other devices the company offers so that the batteries are all interchangeable going forward. In other words, you have to look way beyond the drill alone when you make your decision. I've been a Dewalt user for many years and still have a 14.4 volt Dewalt cordless drill, right angle drill and flashlight that are 15 years old, but all the batteries died. Naturally, I held Dewalt with high regard, I still do, in fact I bought a new Dewalt drill, along with a Milwaukie, to try out both because I was thinking of either switching to Milwaukie or staying with Dewalt. Both offered a 90 day return policy, so I decided to take advantage of that offer and try both on my laundry room remodel project. I used both side by side and they are both fine drills, the major difference between those two I noticed was that the Milwaukie would slow down faster when the trigger was released than the Dewalt, which would spin longer. Now, I liked the idea of a faster "brake", so I was leaning towards the Milwaukie over the Dewalt, but they are both very capable drills. During this period, my wife and I discussed the need for other cordless tools, many were outdoor types like hedge trimmer, string trimmer/edger, blower, chain saw, flash light, planer, and vacuum. I actually made up a spreadsheet and identified all the cordless tools we wanted and listed them by manufacturer. Then I bought a Ryobi 18v planer, which was hard to get because they are so popular they can't keep them in stores. I was very impressed with the planer, and then we bought a hedge trimmer, string trimmer/edger and blower. Well, I think you see where I'm going with this. I decided to return the Dewalt and Milwaukie drills, and buy the Ryobi kit shown here. These are both very capable tools, and I have used the drill quite a bit, the impact to a lessor extent, but I did try it out on lag bolts into scrap wood, works great. the Ryobi has some interesting features the other two didn't, for instance, you can open up the chuck and insert the driver directly into the bottom of the chuck, and it clicks in place. There's also a bit holder designed in the base above the battery so its kept handy. The Ryobi drill has a fairly fast brake when you let go of the trigger, I like that, also the body is shorter than the Dewalt, so it gets into tighter places, as did Milwaukie. The bottom line is this, if you are a homeowner that does advanced projects like car repairs, remodels and yard maintenance, you can't beat Ryobi's product offerings, all the others came up short for us. Ryobi even makes an 18 volt chemical sprayer, we bought one of those too. No more pumping every few minutes spraying weeds. None of the others have that! Some say the "stemmed" battery design is dated, but I found it easier to put in the charger than either the Dewalt or Milwaukie. We're sold, and are now part of the Ryobi nation.Date published: 2019-03-05Rated 5 out of 5 by Fran from Perfect for my home needs. I replaced a Ryobi that... Perfect for my home needs. I replaced a Ryobi that worked great for over 10 years. The new model is more compact and efficient. Great buy!Date published: 2019-02-27Rated 5 out of 5 by John from My wife and I have lived in Costa Rica for... My wife and I have lived in Costa Rica for the past eight years. During that time, we have had continuous construction projects. We bought our first Ryobi cordless drill three years ago from Home Depot and brought it back where it has received constant and almost abusive use. We also bought the cordless Ryobi radio at that time, and I'm sorry to say the radio is still going strong--and loud! We bought a second Ryobi drill last year--again success. All products are working well. Yesterday, I opened the package of the cordless-brushless drill/driver-impact driver kit, placing it in the hands of our four workers, who charged the batteries overnight. They work begins at 6 AM, and both drills were soon in use. They're loving them and have asked that, when we return to the States, we bring the same kit for each of them.Date published: 2019-02-26Rated 2 out of 5 by Tim from The impact drill is awesome no problems whatsoever would highly... The impact drill is awesome no problems whatsoever would highly recommend.The drill on the other hand has quit working and I’ve only had it for a couple weeks. Sounds like the gears are stripped out. I will be returning it.Date published: 2019-02-25Rated 4 out of 5 by Linwood from 4 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaserDate published: 2019-02-21Rated 5 out of 5 by Mathew from Perfect ... PerfectDate published: 2019-02-20Rated 4 out of 5 by Shawn from It’s a great value set. The only complaint I would... It’s a great value set. The only complaint I would have is that the impact driver is fairly low torque (about 180 ft/lbs) but it’s plenty capable as a driver - just not the best choice if you were picturing a more robust impact wrench.Date published: 2019-02-13