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Model P882

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ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Drill/Driver and Impact Driver Kit (2-Tool)

$149.00 /each
  • Over 70 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 18-Volt ONE+ compact lithium-ion batteries

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Feature 1

Includes: 1/2 in. drill, 1/4 in. impact driver, 2 18-Volt ONE+ compact Li-ion batteries, tool bag and dual chemistry charger

Feature 2

Charges the included batteries in just 60 minutes

Feature 3

Compact design makes it easy to use in tight spaces

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18 volts

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tools included

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2

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batteries included

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2 li-ion

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3 year

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RYOBI delivers tremendous value with this ONE+ 18-Volt 2-tool set with 2 compact lithium-ion batteries and 1 charger. Use the 1/2 in. cordless drill/driver for routine drilling and screw-driving and adjust the 24-position clutch and 2-speed gear box to match the job application. For more demanding tasks, deploy the variable-speed 1/4 in. cordless impact driver to turn long, large fasteners (including lag screws) with up to 1500 in. lbs. of torque. The keyless chuck on the drill and the quick-connect coupler on the impact driver enable swift bit changes. Each device is designed with an onboard magnetic storage tray to keep screws and bits within easy reach.

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  • Includes: 1/2 in. drill, 1/4 in. impact driver, (2) P102 18-Volt ONE+ compact lithium-ion batteries and P118 dual-chemistry charger
  • Drill features 24-position clutch and 2-speed gear box to match your drilling and driving needs
  • Impact driver delivers 1500 in. lbs. of torque for the most demanding applications
  • Battery provides up to 20% more run time compared to 18-Volt Ni-Cd (P100)
  • Battery is 45% lighter weight to reduce user fatigue
  • Battery features fade-free power to resist drainage during times of inactivity
  • Charger features patented IntelliPort technology, which protects battery cells, maximizes battery life and conserves energy
  • Charges the included batteries in 30 minutes
  • Both tools feature a MagTray magnetic holder for convenient placement of screws and bits
  • Drill and impact driver also work with these separately sold batteries (P100, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107 and P108) and chargers (P113, P114, P117, P131 and P125)
  • Protected by a 3-year limited warranty
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are these the lithium plus or plain jane lithium?

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are these the deluxe lithium + plus or just the lower grade lithium?
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August 7, 2015
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These are only medium Lithium. Not the longest running.
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These batteries are the lower grade lithium battery. The batteries have no green tip, just a solid dark grey color.
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Lithium Plus. Excellent performance so far...
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when I bought this a couple years ago it was the plain lithium, but it has served me well and battery life and recharge time is not an issue. I have done many projects on a single charge without losing power.
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Yes, the lime green is the Lithium and yellow and navy blue are the nicad battery packs.I will add that the battery packs are interchangeable with either one. Its part of the One➕ system.
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Just plain compact lithium batteries.
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Its the basic lithium not the upgraded lithium plus model but is more then adequate. It has plenty of power .
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Included batteries are Lithium Model P102.
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January 23, 2014
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they are the plain lithium but they last a long time.
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January 23, 2014
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Lithium #P102
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January 7, 2014
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Mine came with standard lithium batteries.
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December 21, 2013
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THEY ARE THE BASIC ONES. THEY DO LAST LONGER THAN THE Nicd.
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Whats the largest drill bit size it will hold?

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Max half inch
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1/2 inch at the base is the biggest you can put in there the bit can be larger as long as the base is no bigger then 1/2 inch
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February 28, 2015
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The drill will accept any bit with a 1/2" or smaller shank.
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January 2, 2015
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max is 1/2 full shank drill
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August 12, 2014
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1/2"
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It's a 1/2 inch chuck so anything up to half an inch. Though I didn't feel like the chuck held very securely.
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Will hold a 1/2" bit shank.
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It is 1/2" chuck so drill size up to 1/2" should fit.
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he 1/2 inch chuck holds a shank max size of 1/2 inch. This is pretty much the industry standard for most "commercial drills". Home depot sells "reduced shank" bits, which are larger in drilling size of the actual "working part" of the bit, which reduce to either 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch chuck size for drilling larger holes with your current drill. These are the high speed drill bits, masonary bits, etc. The Read More
he 1/2 inch chuck holds a shank max size of 1/2 inch. This is pretty much the industry standard for most "commercial drills". Home depot sells "reduced shank" bits, which are larger in drilling size of the actual "working part" of the bit, which reduce to either 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch chuck size for drilling larger holes with your current drill. These are the high speed drill bits, masonary bits, etc. The "spade-(flat wood boring type) bits" go quite large without even having a 1/2 inch chuck and most have a shank that have 6 sides to positively lock in the chuck The best are the older style of a "corkscrew" design, which are still sold and are very aggressive in wood, for jobs such as "rough-in" applications, where you are drilling many holes through doubled and tripled 2 by stock for running plumbing and electrical jobs. These should be used with a slow speed, as they have a screw on the end, to aid in "pulling" the bit through the wood. These do require a bit of force, anda drill with a variable speed switch and a lot of torque, which this drill has in abundance. I have used this drill and it's older versions with fantastic success. This is a very hearty drill with much mojo that will stick right in there with you on a job. Definitely recommend. The impact driver uses standard driver bits and works exceptionally well. It is better to use a longer bit or a short bit in a magnetic extension or "quick-change extension, as the regular length short bits won't work by themselves, as they drop too deep into the chuck of the impact driver. Definitely get you a set of metric and SAE nutdrivers, as this thing can drive in 6 to 8 inch lag screws in decks without breaking a sweat. The days of having to drive long screws by running them in and then backing them out and running them back into to "sink them tight" are over with this impact driver. push, pull the trigger, and it is done without breaking. If you have some cheapie driver bits, they may break if put to heavy-duty use, so spring a few dollars and buy the "impact driver" style bits, last longer and hold up much better. Definitely recommend and have not had to take back any of the multiple sets I have purchased. The older models I have in different tool sets are still going strong with full contractor use, no problems. Great deal and great price. Definite difference in the old nic/cad versus this new lithium. Lighter and much stronger as well as charging quick and holding a charge for a long time. No regrets! Read Less
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the drill has a 1/2 inch chuck
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IT HOLD A 1/2 SHANK DRILL BIT. I USE THE 1/2 '' SHANK WITH THE 1'' 1/4 AUGER TO RUN SOME ELECTRICAL WIREING TROUTH OUT THE HOUSE. HOPE TOANSWER YOUR ?
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Hi Viper,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
The chuck on this drill is 1/2 inch. It will accept bits up to 1/2 inch in diameter.
Larger drill bits will have a shank that is 1/2'' or smaller to accommodate most drills, including this one.
Thanks for asking.
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Impact Driver Model

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Is the Impact Driver included with the kit the P234G or the newer P236G with the tri beam lights?
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October 3, 2015
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No tri-beam lights.
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P234G is the model number
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Model P234G
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It's the P234G... Without the bells and whistles.
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P234G
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Impact driver model number is P234G.
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Winston, OR, USA
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February 25, 2014
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No lights on this model, personally I didn't think I needed that feature even though I do make cabinets and furniture.
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P234G
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P234G model
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The impact driver is #P234G.
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The P882 kit contains a P271 drill and a P234G Impact Driver (not the newer P236).
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Are the batteries which come included with this interchangable with its 18V Blue Tools (Ryobi)

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February 16, 2015
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Yes. In my drill as we speak.
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Yes, they are and even seems to make the blue tools more powerful than with the Ni-Cad's
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Yes, you can use these Li-ion batteries with the old Blue Ryobi tools.
You can also use the old NiCad batteries with the new green tools.
The NiCad charger can only charge NiCads. The newer green charger can charge both Li-ions and NiCads.
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Absolutely...the lithium battery was like a steroid shot for my old blue tools ! They work better then new and last significantly longer.
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Yes.
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The batteries are interchangeable the chargers are not....Meaning that the blue tool batteries must use the old style charger
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I believe so. I don't have blue tools but there description says it is interchangeable. Battery model is P102.
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yes I have a blue circular saw and sander I use with these batteries.
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Absolutely! I have a blue Ryobi jigsaw and spiral cutter and they work normally with them.
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the 18v lithium batteries work with all the 18v old nickel cad tools, the tools actually work better in the old tools as well!
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Yes, the P102 batteries are fully compatible with all Ryobi 18v tools ever made, even the ones that predated the One+ line.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 1122 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by battery I bought this set 8 months ago. They worked well but two of the batteries clips broke off and the plastic cracked around the battery. I barely used it. I bought it on line and now have to return it to the store. I cannot not make it into the store due to health reasons. August 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Value! Works well, does what it is supposed to to. Great value for this kit, which regularly goes on sale for $99.00. I had no problem driving 16x 1/2" lag screws on one charge. Is it as powerful as the Milwaukee or Rigid? No. But for the $$ you pay for this, it works quite well. I don't know how it would stand up to everyday use in a pro environment, but for the homeowner, it's great! August 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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 August 29, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice concept - poor product I love the idea of one battery type for all my cordless tools - and decided to pass on my recchargables to my children and go with ryobi. You can't argue with the price and the stock on hand but....the quality just isn't there - my drill from combo is seized and it was by not means overworked - in fact I had purchased a second drill with another package so it shared duties - lasted less than one year - so whatever advantage there is to sharing batteries - you lose in quality - to bad really! June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Long lasting fast charging batteries I got this as a gift. I had considered a more pricey brand but I don't do a lot of diy projects any longer. Decided on this set. Very pleased with the performance while renovating my deck with composite decking. All the power and performance I needed June 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very disapointed Bought this combo in January and have used the drill 3 times and now the motors fried.So now I'm without a drill for who knows how long till its repaired 400 miles away! June 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by must have wanted a impact driver this was on sale. Already had two drills and 4 batteries but you can't have enough batteries! Impact driver puts in 3 1/2 inch like nothing! so much power tim allen grunt June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good purchase Using it in the shop. Very good battery life. Fast charging. June 14, 2016
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