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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium+ 1/2 in. Cordless Compact Drill/Driver Kit
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Ryobi

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

  • Over 50 great ONE+ tools work with the same 18V battery platform
  • Any 18V ONE+ blue or green tool works with any 18V ONE+ battery
  • Kit includes two 18V ONE+ Compact LITHIUM+ Batteries

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Engineered to outperform predecessors, the 18-Volt LITHIUM+ battery are the workhorse in this drill/driver kit from Ryobi. You get not one, but two, compact lithium-ion batteries in this ONE+ bundle, each of which has an illuminated charge indicator so you know when it’s time to re-energize. These battery packs run longer and weigh less than NiCd batteries and won’t succumb to drainage when idle. The 18-Volt drill/driver weighs only 2.7 lbs. and has a new-and-improved GripZone overmold handle for superior comfort and grip. Choose from one of 24 torque options on the clutch and engage this 1/2 in. device with the variable-speed trigger in one of 2 settings (0-440 or 0-1600 RPM).

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is this drill 1/2in or 3/8in

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Fairhope, AL, USA
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July 28, 2015
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This drill has a 1/2" chuck.
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April 4, 2015
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Drill is 1/2 inch.
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New Berlin, WI
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December 30, 2014
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This drill has a 1/2" chuck. My opinion is this is a requirement.
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Hamilton, WA
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July 16, 2014
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1/2 inch
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Waukegan, IL
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July 15, 2014
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1/2 inch chuck
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June 3, 2014
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half-inch
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Nashua, NH, USA
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June 3, 2014
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This drill/driver has a Half inch chuck. and is sold. Not made of metal on that out side. It's a plastic rotating ring that opens and closes the chuck, but anyone never really uses that on it's own. We use the drill to open and close the chuck, so durability there has not been an issue. There are plenty of "vertical serrations" for your hand to grip onto and to make a solid connection. The only part of Read More
This drill/driver has a Half inch chuck. and is sold. Not made of metal on that out side. It's a plastic rotating ring that opens and closes the chuck, but anyone never really uses that on it's own. We use the drill to open and close the chuck, so durability there has not been an issue. There are plenty of "vertical serrations" for your hand to grip onto and to make a solid connection. The only part of the chuck I would say could be a difficulty is that the three prongs in the chuck have a raised edge to them so if what ever your putting into the chuck is slightly off it will let you know. Rather than just closing and possibly having a drill bit or screwdriver bit just slightly out of alignment. Read Less
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Dillsburg, PA
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April 30, 2014
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This is a 1/2 in drill.
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Pennsylvania
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March 8, 2014
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Look at the specs in the web page, it shows this drill to be 1/2" chuck
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Orlando, FL, USA
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February 20, 2014
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1/2 "
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January 6, 2014
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Hi Pedro, this drill has a 1/2 chuck. That's good as that gives you options, when using larger drill bits or hole saws with larger mandrels. Enjoy.
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How can I tell if the drill kit has Lithium-Ion "+" batteries?

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Glen Burnie
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July 5, 2015
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The P102/P104 batteries are lithium. The P107/108 batteries are Lithium+ & include the fuel gauge.
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Lexington, KY
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April 6, 2015
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Yes. It comes with 2 of them and a charger that charges them in 1/2 hour.
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Newport, VT
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January 20, 2015
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I bought one and it has 2 batteries.
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Hamilton, WA
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July 16, 2014
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The + batteries are grey and say lithium+ on the side. The regular are mostly black.
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Pennsylvania
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March 8, 2014
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It says they are lithium ion on the box, battery, and instructions.
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Orlando, FL, USA
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February 20, 2014
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Yes, it comes with two and charger.
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December 1, 2013
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Joseph, I think that fact is stated in the product description. But, just to make sure you understand: Yes, they are LI + (the ones that have the LED charge gauge).
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When does 'out of stock' become 'end of promotion' or 'discontinued'?

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July 21, 2015
It'd be a shame if, after waiting weeks or months for a restock, we find that this wonderful package has been discontinued.
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August 1, 2015
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P818 = DISCONTINUED.
Thanks for your responses, folks, but I've found the final answer for myself.
I called Ryobi and spoke with "Alicia," who told me the P818 package was discontinued a couple years ago. Apparently, The Home Depot had bought a mega-surplus but finally ran out.
Oh well. The P818 was such a good deal; it was worth waiting these past few weeks for a restock that never came. :-(
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July 23, 2015
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A little more info on this particular drill. This is Ryobi's P208B Compact Drill/Driver. It is currently Ryobi's top-end Drill/Driver (non-hammer). It is NOT available from HD in a "tool only" variant.
* The P208B Compact Drill/Driver is included in the P884 Ultimate Combo Kit (6 tool)(in stock)
* It comes in two kits. The P818 includes the P208B drill, P117 30-min charger (green), & (2) P107 Lithium+ Read More
A little more info on this particular drill. This is Ryobi's P208B Compact Drill/Driver. It is currently Ryobi's top-end Drill/Driver (non-hammer). It is NOT available from HD in a "tool only" variant.
* The P208B Compact Drill/Driver is included in the P884 Ultimate Combo Kit (6 tool)(in stock)
* It comes in two kits. The P818 includes the P208B drill, P117 30-min charger (green), & (2) P107 Lithium+ batteries with fuel gauges. This kit is currently $99. (currently out-of-stock online)
* The P1811 kit includes the P208B drill, P118 (60-min) charger, & (2) P102 Lithium batteries. This kit is currently $79. (in-stock)
* You CAN buy the P208B online as a "tool only" from other sources. Search Amazon for "Ryobi P208" for more info. The tool-only is a good deal if you already have batteries or as a replacement/spare. The P818 kit is your best buy because (2) P107 batteries are $100 & the P117 charger is another $40. With the P818 kit you are basically getting the drill & charger thrown in for the cost of (2) P107 Lithium+ batteries
* The P208B drill has been around for several years. She sports the current design of the Ryobi lineup, and even has a throwback...a bubble-level on top. I am pretty up-to-speed on Ryobi's One+ lineup (40+ tools) and I haven't seen any info on a replacement.
The step-below drills are respectively the P271 & P209. You get these models in the lesser multi-tool combo kits, or in a drill/driver kit. The P271 also comes in the P882 Drill/Driver + Impact Driver Set. Only regular P102 packs come with these kits. If you look closely you will notice these drills sport the older One+ design. Both the P271 & P209 are available "tool only" from Amazon. Read Less
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July 23, 2015
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I went in to my local Home Depot Store in an attempt to find one. I saw it on the display wall but couldnt locate a tag for it. They did not have it in stock and offered me a completely different one(that wasn't Lithium+) that was the same price. Unsatisfied with this I asked them to locate one and they told me that none of the local stores had them in stock which is a sign of discontinuance. I went back Read More
I went in to my local Home Depot Store in an attempt to find one. I saw it on the display wall but couldnt locate a tag for it. They did not have it in stock and offered me a completely different one(that wasn't Lithium+) that was the same price. Unsatisfied with this I asked them to locate one and they told me that none of the local stores had them in stock which is a sign of discontinuance. I went back in a couple of days later and they didn't even have it on display anymore. Unfortunately it looks like they are replacing this drill with an inferior model, at least in my local. Read Less
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July 23, 2015
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I assume you mean out-of-stock online? You should check your local HD stores as often (as long as it isn't listed as "Online Only") items are available in-store even when out-of-stock online.
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The brochure I picked up at your store shows a Ryobi P208B drill in kits. What is difference to P818 you show online?

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August 1, 2015
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There's no difference. It was exactly the same drill with the same features. (I say WAS, because the P818 deal is discontinued.)
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July 23, 2015
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The P208B is the same drill included in the P884 Ultimate Combo Kit (6 tool).
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The P818 is the kit version of the tool. It includes the P208B Compact Drill, the P117 Dual-Chemistry Charger, (2) P107 28 WH Compact Lithium+ Batteries with Fuel Gauge, and the bag. The P818 currently retails for $99.
There is a slightly less expensive version - the P1811. This includes the P208B Compact Drill, a slower charger, (2) P102 Compact Lithium batteries, and the carry case. The P1811 kit Read More
The P818 is the kit version of the tool. It includes the P208B Compact Drill, the P117 Dual-Chemistry Charger, (2) P107 28 WH Compact Lithium+ Batteries with Fuel Gauge, and the bag. The P818 currently retails for $99.
There is a slightly less expensive version - the P1811. This includes the P208B Compact Drill, a slower charger, (2) P102 Compact Lithium batteries, and the carry case. The P1811 kit currently lists for $79.
You can also get the P208B in the P884 Ultimate Combo 6-piece tool kit. The kit is a great starter kit & includes the latest versions of the tools, charger, & (2) P107 Compact Lithium+ batteries. The P884 Ultimate Combo Kit currently lists for $259.
I have not seen the P208B Compact Drill offered as a stand-alone tool (without batteries & charger).
If you are just starting out, the Ultimate Combo kit is your best value with six excellent tools. If choosing between one of the the stand-alone Compact Drill kits, I recommend spending the extra $20 for the faster charger & Lithium+ batteries with fuel gauge. Read Less
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 129 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Package is great value This market is pretty saturated, which is great for consumers. I reached twice for the Makita, but just couldn't justify the price for my needs. After some help from the Home Depot kid, I had the drill + two LiOn battery kit. I lamented that the batteries were not the Plus version, but still thought it was a great value. As I was heading toward the register, I happened upon THIS kit on an end cap display. Same drill and charger, but the two batteries were the LithiumPlus kind.... For the same $129! Done and done. Drill is comfy, has plenty of torque, and appeared the sip the battery during the first project I used it on. The little magnetic tray on the base is extremely handy; I can get used to this. My only minor letdown is that the light is on/off with the trigger. Other drills I've used leave the light illuminated for a few seconds after releasing the trigger. April 14, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Lightweight Drill This is an excellent tool. Having a bad back, I've been limited to lightweight cord drills. This cordless drill was the first i've been able to lift and use. Works very well and the reverse switch is in a comfortable position for quick one hand operation. A friend used it to build me a deck and staircase and told me it was the best tool I've ever bought. I have to agree. Thanks RYOBI. April 30, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice little drill for DIYers This drill is pretty handy around our house. Installed shades, cabinets, removed tons of screws (foreclosure). It did lack a little torque when installing deck, so I busted out Ryobi's impact drill. batteries are questionable (but when using in multiple tools, they will run quick). July 11, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best tools for the do it DIYers Looking for best tools for the DIYers at a reasonable Price, I will always recommend RYOBI. I will recommend that u always purchase a spare battery as with all battery powered tools the juice will run out. Recharging the batteries is extremely fast. February 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great driver, only one shortcoming It does everything an LED lit driver does. But the one thing it doesn't do, is light the work area without turning the chuck. I've always been a Ryobi fan and bought this once it came out with the LED after using a friends RIGID LED driver/drill. Theirs would light the work area as you slightly depressed the trigger. May not sound like a big deal, but it's a handy feature when positioning your drill/driver in dim areas before actually turning the chuck. Live and learn. I would still recommend the product. But if you're just starting out in the 18-24V world of cordless operation, you might consider an alternative if this issue is of importance to you. I was long down the road of 18V Ryobi options to consider changing now. :) June 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing quality for the money - as good as the most expensive drills you can buy Bought this 2 years ago to replace a Makita that had batteries that kept dying. When I saw the price of one Makita battery was the same as the price of a brand new compact Ryobi with two batteries, and a circular saw included in the kit, figured what I have got to loose, can just replace it in six months if it dies. Turns out it is not only lasting much longer than my Makita did, it is also a far better tool, smaller, lighter, just as powerful, much better batteries. And it has taking many a beating but never faltered once. Most of the 18 volt Ryobi stuff is really as good, and in some cases better, than the high end brands costing two to three times as much. Do yourself a favor and skip the expensive stuff - you are just wasting money. June 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi Rocks I love almost all my Ryobi 18V tools (not nuts about the chainsaw) and I have been using them hard for the past 9 years. When the batteries started going bad I looked to replace the batteries when I saw this honey of a deal. Two batteries, new charger, and a drill for the price of the two batteries. You can't beat that with a stick. My old drill has been put into my tiling box for mixing mud and the new one goes to every job with me. The drill is light wieght and compact while still laying lumber in the torque department. I am impressed with the durability of the Ryobi line and I am sure that this drill will give me 9 plus years as well. April 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worth while. Fantastic driver. I'm using multiple tools on this 18+ LITHIUM BATTERY SYSTEM. This is a convenient and reliable conveyance of portable power on my projects. Now with the latest batteries, there is a charge level indicator on the battery, which can prevent an immediate trip back-down the ladder, and, battery shelf life is exceptional - pick up the tool and drill after a month in the tool bin. The driver has all the power that can be expected in a portable device. The clutch system is a simple and reliable insurance against over-driving attachments - you know, stripping, and it is reversible. The newest driver is just as good as the older 'brothers', I expect as much. Have not been disappointed with Ryobi brand. That's my opinion, hope you have as good of an experience. June 9, 2015
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