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18-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Compact Drill/Driver Kit
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18-Volt Lithium-Ion 1/2 in. Cordless Compact Drill/Driver Kit

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18-Volt Lithium-Ion Compact Drill

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The RIDGID 18-Volt compact drill is powered by hyper lithium, an innovative battery technology built for high performance. Hyper lithium battery technology provides up to a 50% longer run time, up to a 50% longer life and operates in extreme weather conditions. The 18-Volt compact drill is loaded with features such as all metal gears for extended job site durability, a 1/2 in. Single sleeve ratcheting chuck to hold bits tight and secure and a powerful 2-speed transmission for matching power to the task. The 18-Volt compact drill is backed by the RIDGID lifetime service agreement. Free batteries, free parts, free service, for life.

  • Available online only while supplies last
  • Hyper lithium battery technology provides up to a 50% longer run time
  • Compact drill is loaded with features such as all metal gears for extended job site durability
  • Backed by RIDGID LSA free batteries, free parts, free service, for life
  • Item is sold with (1) AC840085 battery and (1) AC840093 charger; this drill also works with the following, not included with this kit, batteries: AC840083 and AC840084 and AC46182 and AC470013 charger, not included
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Name 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Compact Drill X4 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool) 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill Driver and Impact Driver Combo Kit Twin Pack 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Hammer Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Combo Kit
Brand RIDGID RIDGID Triton RIDGID
Ratings (24) (271) (1) (113)
Tools Included Drill Drill,Impact Driver Drill,Impact Driver Drill,Impact Driver
Voltage (volts) 18 18 12 18
Number of Tools Included 1 2 2 2
Battery Power Type Lithium Ion Lithium Ion Lithium Ion Lithium Ion
Cordless/ Corded Cordless Cordless Cordless Cordless
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does this drill come with a battery charger

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Yes, it comes with a battery charger for the lithium batter.
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Yes
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mine came with a battery and a charger and i registered the warranty with both. in addition to the drills warranty.
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As I oredered it on the internet, yes it came with a battery charger.
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Yes but it won't work when you are waiting weeks to have the battery replaced by the "best warranty" in the business.....
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Yes, the battery charger is included with one hyper lithium battery.
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Yes, The model pictured would come with a battery and charger.
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How many Battery's

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One Battery. If you want a second you have to buy one unless you buy the drill in a kit that has other Rigid tools in it like a flashlight and then sometimes it comes with a second batter.
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2
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it only comes with one
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As I ordered it on the internet, it came with one battery.
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Only one but you should buy 5 as their supposed warranty stinks
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This tool would come with one battery.
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in the Q & A you say it comes with two batteries but product description says one,which is it?

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Some kits that the Rigid drill comes in have two batteries due to the kit having a flashlight or other piece of Rigid equipment that can utilize the lithium battery, and some purchases only have one depending on what you buy. (a single drill or a kit)
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the $99 comes with one battery as far as I know..... Batteries are like $70 so I'd recoment getting the $159 kit with 2 batts. Also be sure to register them and follow up with ridgid other wise their warranty isn't worth a dang.
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This particular unit comes with one battery,
The drill I had before the one in question went bad (the batteries), it came with two batteries.
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Will this battery work with my older rigid tools?

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No, the lithium battery will not work on older model drills that take regular batteries. There is a different connecting panel on those that take the lithium batteries.
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Yes the batteries are all interchangable.
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18-Volt Lithium-Ion Compact Drill is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 18 Volt Ridgid drill with Lithium Ion batteries I purchased this drill for light duty operation and to take with me on trips when I visit customer sites. The drill is very nice and the hand activated chuck works great. The clutch also has proven to be well made and actuates reliably. Unfortunately, the lithium ion batteries / charger do not work and failed to work efficiently even when new. After about six uses (ten minute average), both batteries failed to charge properly, one did this out of the box, new. The charger shows a full charge but in reality, the battery is still near empty. I believe it is a design flaw in the charger more than the battery but I am not sure which is to blame. I have registered for warranty coverage but you have to take these to an authorized service center which is a big pain. Would be a great drill if it drilled when you needed it to. Going on a long trip and counting on your tools to work when you get there is important. When they don't, the value goes negative, hence two stars. Recommend an alternate to this manufacturer until issues are resolved and reading the reviews, they have not fixed the issue yet. AVOID Ridgid battery powered tools.
Date published: 2012-11-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Warranty service is horrible Bought this drill in 2007. The box and warranty included specifically stated batteries are covered. 2 years later the batteries died. Home Depot's are everywhere but their service centers are few and far between. The service centers are just little shops not affiliated with home depot and they themselves have problems getting and stocking parts. I had to ship the drill charger and batteries to the service center in 2009. The batteries were replaced, But this year 2012, they are dead again. I contacted the services center and they claimed they're no longer on the lifetime warranty. Ridgid's confusing website no longer has my drill registered. I had to write a letter to the dept of consideration, and weeks later I have not heard a response. It was a good thing I kept all receipts, and copies of the warranty, and email confirmation from Ridgid when I registered the drill. I admit, I'm stupid, I thought a lifetime warranties on batteries meant even replacement batteries. And I thought replacing batteries would be a trip to the local home depot. Instead it's shipping the batteries, drills, and charger out for months. Warranty service is a very painful and confusing process. If Ridgid actually re-instates the lifetime warranty, I'll be stuck shipping it to a service center every few years. Everyone i talked to at Ridgid show signs of stress and running into many customers with the same warranty concerns. When I asked for someones name so I could document my phone calls she was very reluctant to give it out. It sad to say, in this day and age, the Ridgid warranty isn't worth the paper it's printed on. The drill itself is good, but it's useless without batteries.
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Ridgid warranty is cumbersome. I have battery packs that came with old drill that have lasted 8 years, but the new lightweight lithium 18 Volt batteries stopped keeping a charge iafter 15 months. Since I live >100 miles from a Ridgid service center, I have to mail drill, charger and batteries in to have them replace the battery. This is expensive and I will be without the drill for several weeks. Consider this warranty issue before you purchase Ridgid.
Date published: 2012-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Product and Value I first bought a Ridgid combo drill and circular saw (Ni-Cad batteries) in 2006. These tools have never failed me. They are Heavy Duty (and heavy) with lots of power and the batteries lasted until fall of 2011. True to their word, Ridgid replaced both batteries at no charge! The only gripe is that I had to travel 30 miles to the nearest service center, but it was well worth it as it saved me a couple of hundred dollars to replace them. I also bought an 18-volt Compact Drill In 2010. So far it is going strong. The battery stays charged for a very long time when used lightly. This drill is also very powerful and much lighter in weight. So far, it has worked perfectly. I should note that I can use either the Ni-Cad batteries or the Li-Ion battery in any of the tools, and I can charge the Ni-Cad batteries in the Li-ion charger, but I cannot charge the Li-Ion battery in the Ni-Cad charger. Finally, folks should know that you MUST fill out the registration for new tools and submit it within 90-days for the Life Time Warranty to be valid. I did this and was very pleased with the service I received when I needed new batteries. Additionally, Ridgid has recently instituted a policy requiring registration of replacements (either tools or batteries). To their credit, they sent me an email advising me of this policy along with a phone number, so I was able to easily register the replacement batteries via phone (after a somewhat long wait to get a service rep). You can access your registrations at the Ridgid site and check to make sure everything went through ok. All in all, I am extremely pleased with my experience with Ridgid tools and with their service. It is a real relief not to have to purchase new batteries (at exorbitant prices) when the originals fail, and I don't think anyone can beat the quality of the tools that I have.
Date published: 2012-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a very wel designed tool, small, powerful and light. I have owned the Ridgid dril/driver for the past 5 years where the battery finally failed. The new Ridgid dril/driver replaces that unit and it is superior in all aspects. It is lighter, more powerful and better balanced. The new battery feature I specially like is the battery status indicator showing how much battery is left. I have nothing negative to say about this tool The pricing is wel within the value of the tool.
Date published: 2012-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Lithium-ion Drill battery dies and warranty worthless Occasional user, very light duty use. The battery was charged before use and quit powering the drill even when under no load. The warranty department could not find my product registration even though sent in promptly with receipt and upc label and after hours of phone calls they indicated I could write a letter requesting an exception to policy to get a new battery. That has been weeks with no communication and no way to contact them to find out if I could or could not get a replacement. The Warranty does not seem to be useful and the drill without power is of course useless. WILL NOT BUY ANOTHER RIGID PRODUCT based on this experience. Junk!
Date published: 2013-11-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Battery died with very light use in about 1 year I have used dozen of cordless drills since my first 12v Dewalt in around 1996. With a few friends in the industry swear by a couple Rigid products and I thought to try this kit. The torque and feel of this unit are great, its sits nicely in my hand. The battery pops in and out with ease. I can not give it more than two stars with the battery becoming faulty so quickly. I of course didn't fill the warranty in time and now have a useless drill. Not worth buying a new battery for almost the same cost as both drill and battery in the kit.
Date published: 2013-01-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Battery Powered Tools and Kits The registration process is sneaky. Until Ridgid I never had a warranty that required you to register your product within a short period of time. Makes no sense to have your tool "out of warranty" because you didn't register the tool with a couple weeks. With a receipt as proof of purchase I never had a problem with warranties. Ridgid, however, will not warrant your tool if you do not go through the process of registration on their time schedule. Another thing I learned the hard way was Ridgid will not warrant the purchase of batteries that do not come in a kit??? Makes no sense. You get a kit with several tools and 2 batteries, but if you buy a couple extra batteries they will not have a life-time warranty. My local repair shop went out of business because the parts he paid for to repair Ridgid tools were 6 months or more late. His only other criticism was the plastic gear parts in Ridgid tools. He must have had a dozen or more drills dusty on a big shelf.
Date published: 2012-12-21
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