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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit
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Ryobi

18-Volt ONE+ Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit

  • Includes 2 compact batteries, charger and carrying bag
  • Combo kit offers substantial savings vs. purchasing individually
  • Backed by a 3-year limited warranty
$99.00 /each

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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ introduces the latest in lithium-ion performance at Ni-Cd prices. The drill includes a 1/2 in. heavy-duty single sleeve, keyless chuck with 24-position clutch to match your drilling and driving needs. The impact driver has a variable-speed trigger and 1600 in. lbs. of torque to provide control and power when driving long and large screws or bolts. They both feature the exclusive MagTray and onboard bit storage, which allow convenient placement of bits and screws. Two lithium-ion batteries and a charger are included that will power over 70 ONE+ tools. This is all covered under a 3-year manufacturer's warranty.

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  • Drill:
    24-position clutch and 2-speed gearbox (0-440 RPM and 0-1600 RPM) to match your drilling and driving needs
    1/2 in. heavy-duty keyless chuck for quick, easy bit changes
  • Impact driver:
    Delivers up to 1600 in. lbs. of torque and 3200 impacts per minute for the most demanding applications
    1/4 in. quick-connect coupler for quick and easy bit changes
    Cast aluminum gear housing for strength and durability
  • Drill and impact driver:
    MagTray magnetic holder for convenient placement of screws and bolts
    New and improved GRIPZONE overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
    Onboard bit storage for convenience
  • Drill and impact driver also work with these batteries (P100, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107 and P108) and chargers (P113, P114, P117, P131 and P125)
  • Includes (2) P102 compact lithium-ion batteries, 1 dual-chemistry charger and 1 carrying bag
  • Batteries are the lightest in the ONE+ system to minimize overall tool weight
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Name 18-Volt ONE+ Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit (2-Tool) ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Super Combo Kit (4-Piece) X4 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill and Impact Driver Combo Kit (2-Tool)
Brand Ryobi Ryobi Ryobi RIDGID
Ratings (1211) (70) (1112) (335)
Tools Included Drill,Impact Driver Impact Driver Circular Saw,Drill,Reciprocating Saw,Worklight Drill,Impact Driver
Voltage (volts) 18 18 18 18
Power Tool Features Bag Included,Bits/Blades Included,Keyless Chuck Bag Included Bag Included,Bits/Blades Included Bag Included,Bits/Blades Included
Number of Tools Included 2 2 4 2
Battery Power Type Lithium Ion Lithium Ion Lithium Ion Lithium Ion
Cordless/ Corded Cordless Cordless Cordless Cordless
Number of Batteries Included 2 2 2 2
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Does P1832 comes with bits and blades? Comparison charts shows- Bag Included,Bits/Blades Include...

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Does P1832 comes with bits and blades?
Comparison charts shows- Bag Included,Bits/Blades Included,Keyless Chuck

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A single bit on each drill. Phillips/Flathead for the Drill and a Phillips only for the Impact Driver. There are no blades. No light either, but that is not in the description.
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October 26, 2016
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Hi AG, This kit comes with bits. Hope this helps.
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Yes, this comes with bits and blades
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Can you use the impact driver as screw gun?

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October 26, 2016
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Hi Gonzo, We do not recommend using the impact driver as a screw gun. Hope this helps.
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October 26, 2016
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Yes, you can use the impact driver as a screw gun.
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P882 or P1832?

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I have been trying to purchase the P1832 kit in my local store. I have been to five different Home Depot locations. They all show that they have the P1832 in stock but in reality, they have the P882. Somehow the SKU number is the same for both models. The specs however on the P1832 impact driver are slightly better.

Can you tell me what combo kit is newer? Is there any noticable difference between the two? And if I order online, will I receive the P1832?

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What is the difference in the two kits the p882 and the p1832
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So sorry for the confusion Copierguy, The P1832 is the latest kit which can only be purchased online. This is not available in stores at this moment. Hope this helps!
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Torque on the impact driver?

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Hi Aendil, The torque on the impact driver is 1,600 in.lbs. Thanks.
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This product delivers up to 1,600 in. lbs. impact driver torque.
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18-Volt ONE+ Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 1211.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Value for a DYI I have used my old RYOBI set for about 15 years. Is has done everything I have need it to. I do wish they would add a light to it, My Only other complain is the Keyless Chuck does not stay tight when backing out screws or the bits. For the money it will preform as well as the BIG MONEY name tools. I use the BIG Money name tools at work (as the company provides them) and the batteries need to be replaced every 2 years. I seem to get 4 + years on Ryobi batteries, and they both get close to the same usage. Would I buy again, you bet. I built this deck with the Drill and Driver set. I used the Ryobi Routers bits to soften the edges on the top rails
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well balanced. Got these two to replace a set I wore out. Good equipment for the price. The one ... Well balanced. Got these two to replace a set I wore out. Good equipment for the price. The one thing I didn't notice in the description is that they don't have an led light like almost every driver has these days. Got a headlamp on black friday so I can see what's going on. The chatter gun is pretty quiet as these tools go. The online combo included a driver set that fits right in the bag with the tools and the charger. It doesn't read impact ready, but so far none of the bits or drivers has broken when using them in the impact driver. The whole package was only one dollar more than replacement batteries for a set of these. Don't know how they do that, but it is a good deal.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from didn't last long before chuck jammed; repair could take 5-6 weeks! My first Ryobi P202 cordless drill lasted about 3 years, then the chuck just stopped turning. The gear train failed and a replacement part cost more than the whole drill! This one lasted a few weeks and the chuck jammed. Ryobi said I could return it to a repair center (or some HDs) and wait 5-6 weeks!! I don't think so!! No more Ryobi for me. I bought a Rigid with a lifetime warranty on tool AND batteries - but you must register it! One nice feature the Ryobi has that the Rigid does not is the built in level - going to miss that! I'll probably glue the level from my broken drill on top. I don't know that Rigid will be any better as far as longevity or customer service, but hopefully the company stays in business long enough for the lifetime warranty to make a difference. There was a time when Ryobi was a quality company, then HD bought them!
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tools, excellent value I wanted to purchase dewalt or Milwaukee lithium battery power tools, but their prices for similar tools with essentially equivalent capabilities were usually at a costs which was at least 2x of what I could purchase new Ryobi lithium battery 18v tools. And, my use is not commercial, but I am a busy homeowner, improver, handyman. Also, I wanted to have only one brand because the batteries will only install on one brand name, the result of those three considerations was I elected to use only Ryobi. Recently I was given near new Milwaukee 1/2" drill with one lithium battery (20v, I think) and charger. After using the Ryobi for several years, and the Milwaukee for several months, I still have essentially the same opinions, which are 1.) the Milwaukee is a slightly more powerful, very nice drill. 2.) But, the Ryobi system is by far the best value, and all of the tools work very well. Also, one time a tool failed. It was on warrantee and it was exchanged for a new tool with no hassle. Summary: Tools great, prices great, customer service great.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Over 2 years and going strong I am a maintenance technician at a large apartment complex in Arizona and use the impact driver all day. The drill gets used once or twice a day. So far both tools are working as well as the day I got them. The impact has been tortured in the summer heat on the roof when it's 117° outside and I needed gloves just to hold the tools. Both tools have been caught in the rain. I'm including a photo of the impact so you can see how hard its been used. It looks like its been through a war but still keeps going. I lost track of how many bits I've broken or wore out.
Date published: 2015-10-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit (2-Tool) Overall, this pair of drills are a pretty good product. The grips are a bit thick, the drill chuck knurls are too thin and many causing skin burning and/or removing when trying to tighten or loosen the drill chuck. They both are a bit too heavy compared to my Black and Decker drills that seems to have better grip design, overall width and shape. The B&D has a bit more torque although the Ryobi claims to have more torque and higher rpm. Other than the negatives, overall, a good purchase and hopefully will last longer than the charger which only charged the battery one time before needing replaced. Will update this review if anything changes.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from About 8 years ago I bought my first Ryobi drill as a refurb to save some money. The 2 Nicad batte... About 8 years ago I bought my first Ryobi drill as a refurb to save some money. The 2 Nicad batteries that it came with eventually died and I figured it was time to graduate to the Lithium Ion set. The original drill still works great, this set is really nice, Ryobi overall is a great homeowner's DIY brand. The main reason for the purchase was just looking at the replacement cost for 2 of the NICAD batteries vs just getting new equipment all together. I plan on adding a larger deck to my house this year and am completely confident the drill and impact driver will help get me there. Great price, great value.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Awesome tool, terrible battery, worse warranty These are great tools, but are quite useless without a working battery. A 3 year warranty on the battery is great, you say. Well, maybe, if you can get them to fix it. Both of my batteries died within 6 months of purchase so after figuring out their procedure, I brought the batteries, chargers, and original receipt in to the Home Depot tool rental desk (where they take care of this) and gave it all over to them. For 3 weeks, maybe longer, I had no battery to use with my tools. When they finally came back I had them work for a few more months, then, again, the charger said it was a bad battery. This time when I contacted Ryobi to fix it they asked for serial numbers and proof of purchase. They have all this listed on their website with my purchases under warranty, but so far are refusing to honor the warranty. Each time I ask them for help they come back with red tape. Long story short, I found a way to fix the batteries via the internet. Sure that voided my warranty, but it was not getting fixed under the warranty anyway. Most importantly, if you do own these, do not leave the batteries in the tool, always put them back into the charger. What happens is that the tool eventually drains the battery below 2 volts. The charger sees it below 2 volts and considers it dead. To fix it, you need to bring each cell above the 2 volts, but that is not recommended due to safety and warranty concerns.
Date published: 2016-04-30
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