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Overview

Model # P875 Store SKU # 1000662688

Ryobis new four piece combo kit has all the basic tools for the do-it-yourselfer, remodeler and pro. One Power Source, Endless Possibilities One 18V Battery Powers Over 35 ONE+ Tools. Includes: P206 Drill and Double Ended Bit, P501 Circular Saw and Blade, P510 Reciprocating Saw and Blades, P231 Impact Driver and Bits, P110 Charger, (2) P100 18V ONE + Batteries, Tool Bag and Operators Manuals.

  1. Drill Chuck: 1/2 in. Heavy-Duty RPM: 0-350/ 0-1,300 (no load speed) Clutch: 24 Position Weight: 3.1 lbs
  1. Circular Saw, Blade size: 5-1/2 in. r/min. (RPM): 4,200 (no load speed), Cut capacities: 90º– 1-9/16 in. 45º– 1-1/8 in. Weight: 4.7 lbs
  1. Reciprocating Saw SPM: 0–3,000 (no load speed), Stroke Length: 7/8 in. Weight: 4 lbs
  1. Impact Driver RPM: 0-2,400 (no load speed) Chuck: 1/4 in.

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
22.05
Assembled Height (in inches)
9.06
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
23.41
Assembled Width (in inches)
11.81
Packaged Depth (in inches)
22.05
Packaged Height (in inches)
9.06
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
26.59
Packaged Width (in inches)
11.91

Details

Certified
Country of Origin
CN-China

Warranty / Certifications

3 years limited warranty. For more information, contact 1-800-525-2579
RYOBI One+ 18V Ultimate 4-Piece Combo KitRYOBI RYOBI One+ 18V Ultimate 4-Piece Combo KitRyobis new four piece combo kit has all the basic tools for the do-it-yourselfer, remodeler and pro. One Power Source, Endless Possibilities One 18V Battery Powers Over 35 ONE+ Tools. Includes: P206 Drill and Double Ended Bit, P501 Circular Saw and Blade, P510 Reciprocating Saw and Blades, P231 Impact Driver and Bits, P110 Charger, (2) P100 18V ONE + Batteries, Tool Bag and Operators Manuals.
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RYOBI One+ 18V Ultimate 4-Piece Combo Kit is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good value I own all four of these tools, purchased in different combos. I first want to highlight that Ryobi makes 2 different One+ ni/Cad chargers, both of which I own. The commenter who said the charger was junk clearly described a P111 charger, (NOT the one included in this kit) which is a tiny little thing with no indicator lights and a 12 hr charge time. This combo kit, however, is listed as including the P110, a rapid charger with display lights (ie. charging, fault, fully charged) and it works great. . Anyway, read the box before you buy, but my reading of this combo kit says 2 batteries and the P110 plus these four tools, and if you pay regular price for that it's a bargain, let alone on sale for $199 or less. To review the tools: Overall: These are not contractor grade tools. If you're starting out as a professional, buy professional grade tools. If you're a DIYer like me, you probably don't need to spend $800 on Dewalt or Makita. Impact Driver: Strong enough to do most things. I've driven Tapcons with it, no problem, let alone wood screws, hanging drywall, etc. Battery life is good. The clips for bits are not bad, they'll generally hold the bits in place but with a lot of work/banging around they'll fall out. I find that I use a $10 holster for it when doing a lot of work, which has loops for bits. As the battery goes down, it switches to impact mode a little faster, so once you get used to that you can tell you'll be needing a new battery soon if you're driving screw after screw into the same surface and it makes progressively more "bangs" as you go. I find that even with almost constant driving, by the time I've used up one battery, the other one has completed it's rapid charge on the P110. If you're never used an impact before, they are lovely, try one. Drill: Works fine. Adjustable clutch works, power is fine for most things. Battery life depends on how hard it is working (running a hole saw though old, rock-hard lumber is going to cook it fast, pre-drilling for deck or wood screws with a small bit you could do all day). Ignore the magnetic bit holder thing at the front. Sure it's magnetic, but it's not so strong you could turn the thing upside down and shake it, so not much point. ALso, in case folks did not realize, this is not a hammer drill so don't assume you'll be drilling hard concrete, running a toilet snake or mixing mortar with it. Reciprocating saw: Works as well as my plug-in model for pretty much anything. The reality with a reciprocating saw is that your blade choice is a much bigger predictor of performance than the saw's power, etc. I find the battery life is great, but then it is a rare time when I actually make dozens of cuts with a recip saw all at once. Circular saw: I am not aware of a cordless circular saw that is anything but a handy tool for small cuts. I never use my corded drill anymore, never use my corded recip either. But my full size circular saw and my table saw are still the tools of choice for big cuts. These cordless units have small blades (meaning cutting really thick stuff isn't possible at all). Ever notice how running a corded drill won't dim the lights in a room, but a circular saw will? That's for a reason. If I'm just cutting strapping or even 2/4s, this tool is fine and the battery will last for a fair number of cuts. On the other hand, if I'm cutting a long sheet of plywood it will get tired fast, even moreso if I let it bind the blade a lot. If you're doing something in-place (ie. pulling back the guard and cutting out a piece of floor or sheathing) then the binding will tire it out that much faster. 110V A/C still beats 18V DC for some things. Nonetheless, the circular saw is far from a useless tool (unlike the flashlights, radios, etc that come with some combo kits just to fill out the number of items they claim.
Date published: 2011-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Mid-End Tools After a little bit of research, I decided that I definitely wanted to have a good drill and impact driver for building my deck. Since I didn't plan on using it for too many other projects after this, I didn't think I'd need a high end combo pack like those offered by Hilti or Makita. I like the Dewalt line of tools, but read far too many complaints about poor battery life. So I decided to settle on a mid-ranged combo set, and the Ryobi far exceeded my needs. In any case, the Ryobi impact and drill performed quite well as the impact driver was able to screw in around 50 2.5" screws into pressure treated lumber with no pre-drilling, and then the battery was switched into the drill for another 200 2" screws into pressure treated lumber, again, with no pre-drilling. After that, I had to swap to the second battery. On another project, I found the reciprocating saw to have a little too much wiggle in the blade, which made it necessary to sand off quite a bit of extra material. This was probably due to my inexperience with reciprocating saws. The 5 1/2" circular saw was quite handy to have, but far too small to be useful on a project like building a deck. Once I had to move over to building the stairs on my deck, I found that the first battery was good to drill around sixty 5/16" holes in composite decking before it decided to slow down. The second battery only lasted for 10 holes, which I found extremely disappointing, until I realized that I had placed the battery in the charger correctly, but HADN'T PUSHED IT IN ALL THE WAY into the charger for the LED's to indicate that it was charging properly. Once I fixed my mistake, the battery was charged correctly, and I was able to drill the remaining 50 holes in the composite decking with no issues. In the end, having 2 batteries was extremely handy, and the impact/drill far exceeded my expectations. The circular saw was handy, but a little under sized, and the reciprocating saw I just wasn't very good with. I was a little disappointed this set came in a travel bag, rather than a hard case though.
Date published: 2011-09-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wouldn't have bought except cheap Bought this on clearance for $40. Didn't expect much and didn't receive much. The circular saw conked out after cutting about 16ft of 1/2" plywood. Found a DEwalt circ saw about 1 week later (sold individually) and wished I had saved my $$. Looking to see if the new Lithium batteries can be used with this set - but don't want to send good money after bad
Date published: 2011-08-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is the worst product that I bought from HD bought as a combo with only one battery. Charger never tells you if the battery is full. Used in a drill and vacuum after 1 min the battery conked out.... don't buy this brand.. go for the brand that pays it's performance...
Date published: 2011-01-06
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I need a new battery and charger for my 14.4V cordless Ryobi. Where can I get these?

can I get a new battery and charger for my 14.4V Ryobi cordless drill. Is there a dealer in the Chilliwack, BC area?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can order these from an Home Depot associate. However, check the price, it may be better to upgrade to an 18v, and lithium at that for the same price or less than 2 new 14.4 batteries. The lithium are lighter, faster charging, and much longer run times. The 18's on the shelf
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

PRICE AND AVAILABILITY FOR AN ADDIT IONAL CHARGER?

DAMAGED THE CHARGER. WHERE CAN I GET ANOTHER? CAN I USE ANY OTHER 18V CHARGER PROVIDED IT FITS THE STOCK OF THE BATTERY?
Asked by: Anonymous
If you have a Nicad battery, then use a Nicad charger or the dual chemistry charger ( green one) Cost is 39.99
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

what about batterys and a charger?

i didn't see any mention of batterys and a charger? are they sold separately?
Asked by: Anonymous
The kit comes with 2 NiCad batteries and a 1 hour charger
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

Are there Lithium Ion batteries available for this?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the One Plus 18 v Lithium Ion batteries will fit the tools.
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

is the charger for this item the dual chemistry charger or will it only work with NICad batteries?

Asked by: Anonymous
This charger will only work with the NiCad.
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

Can you upgrade to Li-ion battery and charger and @ what cost?

Asked by: Anonymous
yes you can. Both batteries can work on the drill. Both area avilable at the stores
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

Does this kit come with a carrying case? Thanks.

Asked by: Anonymous
It comes with a bag, not a hard case
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23
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