Model # P213

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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt 1/2 in. Cordless Hammer Drill (Tool-Only)
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Discontinued Ryobi

ONE+ 18-Volt 1/2 in. Cordless Hammer Drill (Tool-Only)

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The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 1/2 in. Cordless Hammer Drill features a variable 2-speed transmission for precision and versatility and delivers up to 1,500 RPM and 19,500 BPM for powerful performance. The 24-position clutch handles high-torque applications and the clutch override allows quick mode changes from drilling to driving. New and improved GRIPZONE overmold provides optimum grip and user comfort. The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 1/2 in. Cordless Hammer Drill works with all Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ batteries (sold separately).

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  • 1/2 in. single sleeve keyless chuck with spindle lock for quick, easy bit changes
  • Heavy duty all-metal chuck for added strength and durability
  • Clutch override for quick mode changes from drilling to driving
  • Drill mode: for drilling holes in wood, plastic and metal
  • Drive mode: for driving screws and bolts
  • Hammer mode: for drilling holes in masonry and concrete
  • MagTray magnetic holder for convenient placement of bits and screws
  • 2-speed gearbox and 24 position clutch, for high torque applications
  • Built-in bubble level to improve drilling/driving accuracy
  • New and improved Gripzone over mold for optimum grip and user comfort
  • Batteries and charger sold separately, this item works with these batteries (P100, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107 and P108) and chargers (P113, P114, P117, P131, P125)
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Chisel Bit Use

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Can this tool be used with masonry chisel bits and SDS chisel bits? (Bosch Model # HS1465 Internet # 202242733 Store SKU # 988170 1-1/2 in. SDS-Plus Steel Tile Chisel)

Can this tool be used as a demolition hammer (I.e. for tile removal)?
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July 13, 2016
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no it is a drill with hammering and will not accept sds bits
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May 16, 2016
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Thanks HandyAnnie. This model unit does not have the correct chuck to properly use the SDS bits.
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May 6, 2016
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you might be able to get a SDS-plus bit to fit into the chuck but it will not tighten down on it properly and this drill won't be able to drive the bit properly. If you need to drill a lot of holes or what you are drilling into is very hard use an SDS rotary hammer (rent or buy) it will drill hole 10 times or more faster. Unless you are drilling into soft brick, soft mortar or soft concrete the SDS Read More
you might be able to get a SDS-plus bit to fit into the chuck but it will not tighten down on it properly and this drill won't be able to drive the bit properly. If you need to drill a lot of holes or what you are drilling into is very hard use an SDS rotary hammer (rent or buy) it will drill hole 10 times or more faster. Unless you are drilling into soft brick, soft mortar or soft concrete the SDS rotary hammer is the way to go. Once you use both you will see the difference. Read Less
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NO
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No. This tool is a rotary drill. You can use masonry drill bits in it to drill holes in concrete, brick and the like. It is not a chisel tool like an air hammer or air chisel.
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Can I use it to remove tile

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no the hammer drill spins whenever the trigger is squeezed, there is no hammer only function
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May 5, 2016
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No. This tool is for drilling holes, not chiseling.
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May 4, 2016
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Yes, this model could be used for removing tile.
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May 4, 2016
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Hey Ali. Thank you for your question! As long as you are using a spade bit it should work. Hope this helps!
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is the chuck plastic or metal

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Seagoville, Tx
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The chuck and jaws are made of metal. The exterior of the chuck is covered in a thin layer of rubber or plastic to aid in gripping for hand tightening.
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The chuck is metal but it has a plastic hand ring
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the chuck contain a metal jaw with a metal sleeve
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December 2, 2015
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Hello Bramniste. The chuck is metal. Thanks for asking!
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differences between the hammer drill (P213) and the impact driver (P236)

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Will this tool (P213) be also able to fasten and loose bolts and nuts or would I still need to get an impact driver like the P236 for that?
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the hammer drill can function similar to an impact driver, however it wears out faster than the impact driver and spins slower than the impact driver
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I am sure you could use the P213 hammer drill for this but I have not used it for this kind of application. I would believe that an impact driver is a better choice. I would use the P260 1/2" Impact Wrench for larger nuts, bolts and for driving lag screws/bolts. I broke my older blue impact driver attempting to drive 5/16" x 5" into landscape timbers.
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An impact driver applies rotational impact force and a hammer drill provides downward impact force. A hammer drill bit works as a chisel when drilling and the impact is applied to the end of the bit. An impact driver hammers in the direction of the bolt rotation (think putting a wrench on a fastener and hitting it with a hammer).An impact driver will do a better job of loosening fasteners.
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The P213 can be used as a driver for bolts, screws, nuts, etc. It has a clutch to limit the torque. The P236 will most likely drive or loosen more screw on the same battery. The P236 is also better for high torque fasteners. If you were to only get one the P213 is a better choice.
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ONE+ 18-Volt 1/2 in. Cordless Hammer Drill (Tool-Only) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good drill Had to drill a dozen 3/16" holes in a poured concrete basement wall. Paired up with a couple of new, sharp bits, this drill did a good job boring them without a huge effort. This drill is very much worth the cost for smaller, home-owner type jobs like I do.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great purchase Heavy duty, powerful, great on concrete, great value for quality
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this to replace my old one. Handy and versatile tool. Three way switch is easy to shift from drill, torque driver, and hammer drill. Easy to change bits and the forward reverse switch is conveniently placed.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Hammer Drill Bought this drill to use for simple around the house type projects and basic word projects. Been great and easy to use, even for my boys.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Drill the best drill I ever had strong has the power I needed have batter not to set around thanks
Date published: 2016-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great low cost hammer drill. Has a non hammer setting but switching to hammer setting makes all the difference.
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sparky I worked construction for 41 years and used every brand and size of hammer drills. Hilti makes the best drill, expensive though. This hammer drill is fair for small home projects. Buy good masonry bits and don't drill on high speed, bits will heat up and become dull.
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another favorite! This drill is used by me to drill small holes in concrete floors to attach carpet track strips and metal transitions. It does very well, slower than my plug in Dewalt, but powerful enough to leave the corded tools in the truck!
Date published: 2016-02-18
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