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Ryobi

Model P1810

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ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Starter Drill Kit

$69.00 /each
  • Compact lithium-ion battery provides up to 20% more runtime
  • Battery compatible with all Ryobi 18v One plus blue/green tools
  • Energy save mode conserves energy when not charging /maintaining

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Ryobi Hero
Feature 1

MAGTRAY holds screws, bits and hardware on foot of drill for easy access

Feature 2

GRIPZONE overmold provides optimum grip and comfort

Feature 3

2-speed gearbox for high-torque or highspeed applications

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voltage

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18 volts

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Max Speed

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1,300 RPM

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batteries included

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1 li-ion

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Warranty

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3 year

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The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Starter Drill Kit features a 3/8 in. keyless chuck with a 24-position clutch that adjusts the torque output to control the depth of the screw or fastener. The drill features the exclusive MagTray and onboard bit storage, which allows convenient placement of bits and screws. This kit is powered by an improved lithium-ion battery that holds a charge up to four times longer, offers up to 20% more run time and is 45% lighter weight than NiCd batteries. Best of all, like all 18-Volt ONE+ batteries, the included battery works with every ONE+ tool ever made.

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  • Includes drill, battery and charger
  • 3/8 in. keyless chuck for quick and easy bit changes
  • 24-position clutch adjusts the torque output to control the depth of the screw or fastener
  • MagTray holds screws, bits and hardware on foot of drill for easy access
  • Compatible with all Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ batteries
  • GripZone overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
  • Dual chemistry charger charges 18-Volt ONE+ batteries in as little as one hour
  • Indicator lights on charger show status as batteries are charged and maintained
  • Maintenance-mode batteries stored on charger are conditioned for peak performance
  • 2-speed gearbox for high-torque or high-speed applications
  • 3-year warranty
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Does the drill have a REVERSE feature for removing screws?

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April 24, 2015
I heard REVERSE is standard in power drills these days. The product description doesn't mention it, so I am wondering if it has that feature.
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Yes
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Yes, the drill has a switch that easily changes between normal and reverse rotation.
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October 3, 2015
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If its a Ryobi drill it has reverse. Although I do now know of any power drill that does not have a reverse. You'll need it not just to back out screws but also drill bits.
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Yes, it does have reverse.
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July 6, 2015
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Yes all drills can reverse. Ryobi is ok if you will use it much.
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June 27, 2015
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yes
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Clarkston, WA
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June 9, 2015
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Yes forward and reverse, high an low gear, and a clutch to adjust force applied when driving screws.
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Yes
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April 24, 2015
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Yes, this product is reversible and variable speed.
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How many batteries with starter drill kit

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October 9, 2015
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The product description clearly states that it includes a battery.
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A question best answered by the hardware dept of the store.
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This drill came with one battery and one charger base.
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yes it comes with two weak batteries
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1
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June 9, 2015
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only one battery
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June 3, 2015
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This product includes one battery.
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Does it come with a case?

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I would like to know if it comes with a case. I purchased the reciprocating saw and it did not come with a case.
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February 3, 2016
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Hi JPH! This unit does not come with a case.
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December 8, 2015
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Nope. No case, but I use mine so much that a case would be irrelevant.
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I agree--call your local Home Depot to find out. I bought one a few years ago and it has a case and two batteries and charger. But it may not be the newer longer lasting Lithium+ batteries.
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Some of them do and some don't. It should describe it in the description. if not then I would suggest calling a Home Depot closest to you.
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October 3, 2015
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No case
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can i leave battery on charge all the time. when not using it.

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plan on buying drill. just wanted to check it out first.
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In theory, you could since the problems with battery memory are almost non-existent now, but, I wouldn't.
Now, this would also depend on how long you want to leave it in between uses, I have chainsaws, lights, a radio, drills, jigsaws, a fan, Skill saw, routers, vacuums and more that use the 18V Ryobi batteries, so mine never sit too long, but, if you don't plan on using it much, it doesn't take long Read More
In theory, you could since the problems with battery memory are almost non-existent now, but, I wouldn't.
Now, this would also depend on how long you want to leave it in between uses, I have chainsaws, lights, a radio, drills, jigsaws, a fan, Skill saw, routers, vacuums and more that use the 18V Ryobi batteries, so mine never sit too long, but, if you don't plan on using it much, it doesn't take long for the charger to charge the battery and you'll save a little extra electricity by not having it plugged in all the time.
This of course is just my opinion and if it will help you, here's a quote from Lifehacker as well.
"There’s no denying the convenience of cordless tools — but there’s also no denying that if you don’t use them regularly, chances are they’ll be entirely out of power when you want to use them. I often find myself thinking “OK, now I need the drill” and then having to hold off while the battery charges up.
If you regularly plan to use your cordless tools, the obvious solution is to leave the batteries plugged into the charger all the time. Assuming you have the space in your garage and shed, this means they’ll always be available for use. But is it a good idea? Many of us vaguely recall the warnings over battery memory that applied to notebooks and mobile phones, and worry that taking this approach will actually reduce the life of the devices.
As we’ve pointed out before in the context of PCs, with modern lithium ion batteries, it’s not true that constantly charging them will reduce battery life. And this is also true for newer power tools, which are designed to charge the battery more intelligently. Here’s what it says in the manual for a (BrandName redacted) cordless drill which I’m currently testing:
Due to the intelligent charging method, the charging condition of the battery is automatically detected and the battery is charged with the optimum charging current, depending on battery temperature and voltage. This gives longer life to the battery and always leaves it fully charged when kept in the charger for storage.
This won’t necessarily apply if your cordless tools are older, or you have purchased them from a brand-name supplier. But if you have new modern tools, keeping the batteries in their chargers plugged in and ready to go will make it easier to engage in a spot of DIY when the mood takes you."
With that in Mind, good choice on the Ryobi Line of Products, they have served my business well for about 10 years now Read Less
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February 5, 2016
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NO, the battery should not be left on the charger after full charge.
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Normally I would not recommend leaving it on indefinitely but the more expensive charger says you can do this, as it gradually reduces the charge to a trickle as it nears the max charge level, then auto keeps the charge topped up without any long term damage. I wouldn't worry about keeping these batteries charged as these Lithium batteries hold their charge well with no memory problems. There are tests Read More
Normally I would not recommend leaving it on indefinitely but the more expensive charger says you can do this, as it gradually reduces the charge to a trickle as it nears the max charge level, then auto keeps the charge topped up without any long term damage. I wouldn't worry about keeping these batteries charged as these Lithium batteries hold their charge well with no memory problems. There are tests and other features as well as the ability to charge a wide range of Ryobi batteries. Ryobi call it a 'Maintenance Charger' Model P117. Read Less
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January 27, 2016
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Hi Saint1935. Thanks for your question. Unfortunately you should not leave the battery on the charger after it has been charged. It is also recommended that you unplug the charge when not in use. Hope this helps!
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 138 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value Does the job, and for an excellent price. Lightweight and slightly limited as a result, this is not the tool for major projects but it's an excellent starter drill and would make a great gift for someone with a new apartment/looking to do small jobs around the house. Could also be successful as a tool for a crafter or creative type. Long battery life. Comes with one Philips bit, so I'd recommend buying additional bits with it. August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by drill drill has good power, and battery fits my other One+ tools. The one complaint I have is that the magnetic tray to hold attachments doesn't hold very well, and makes one lose things that should be held there. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great drill This was the first Ryobi product I ever bought. I was impressed enough with the power and dependability of this drill that whenever I am looking for a new tool I first check Ryobi product line. I love the fact that my weed wacker and drill and several other tools all use the same batteries so I will never be without power. April 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by What has happened to Ryobi quality? Of the five Ryobi drills I have owned since 2004 this one was the cheapest made & least powerful. I have stuck with Ryobi tools because I could rely on quality but no longer. This drill is poorly. made not even or August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great tool for the price It's a very good tool for the price. Durable, has good power with the 18v lithium battery, and light weight compared to other similar drills. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Drill Drill worked great right out of the box, was purchased to replace an old Drill I have had for years. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very pleased with product Best product, very pleased with the purchased, will recommend. August 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi Starter Drill Kit I got what I want. Very useful, lighweight, and easy to use. Highly recommended. July 19, 2016
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