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Model ZRHP53LK

Internet #203233910

Reconditioned TEK4 Lithium-Ion Screwdriver

$24.99 /each

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Available online only, purchase this Reconditioned Ryobi TEK4 screwdriver and get a great value for the price. The lightweight Ryobi TEK4 Screwdriver can screw 4x more screws per charge than the competition and is great for a variety of drilling and driving applications. The led light works well to illuminate the work area especially in tight, dimly lit spaces. The 1/4 in. SpeedLoad+ quick-connect chuck works with all SpeedLoad+ accessories and is the fastest, most convenient way to change bits. A 24 position clutch allows user to adjust torque to match a variety of applications. It is the perfect tool for smaller applications, or home owners.

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Can i buy a new battery?

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January 20, 2014
I would like to buy a new battery and install it in my screwdriver TEK4, is this possible?
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April 4, 2016
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Tek4 batteries are sold in-store and online
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February 7, 2016
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Sure. Simply search for part # AP4001 on the Home Depot site. Here is the current link http://tinyurl.com/n7xrtou. They are stocked in the store or you can have it sent to your home/business.
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January 21, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. You can access the Ryobi Tek4 4-Volt Lithium-Ion Battery (100671266) at http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-Tek4-4-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Battery-AP4001/100671266?keyword=AP4001. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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How to charge it

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April 12, 2016
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April 13, 2016
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You need to remove the battery pack from the screwdriver and charge the battery pack.
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April 13, 2016
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Hi Mason! This unit comes with a 10-12 hour charger that will charge the battery. Depending on the charger you have, you may have a indicator light that will go off once it is fully charger. We would be happy to troubleshoot by phone at 1-800-525-2579.
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What is the torque of this model?

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March 29, 2016
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April 4, 2016
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It has enough torque to self destruct it self on even the smallest screws, there probably actually selling the new version as a refurbished one so as not to have to warranty it.
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March 30, 2016
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HI InquiringMind. Thank you for your question! This model has 40 in.lbs. of torque. Thanks!
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Keep looking, no variable speed This drill is not variable speed. In my opinion, this missing feature makes this driver useless. I have the entire one+ set for larger work, but would like to be able to use this driver for smaller work. Without a variable speed trigger switch, you have very little control in driving with this tool. I've owned it for a few years now, and haven't used it once. August 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi failure I was impressed with the look and feel of this tool so I purchased it and an extra battery along with a 2 year warranty, After less than an hour removing small screws from the dashboard of my truck the insides twisted in the housing and stopped working , took it back to Home Depot for warranty repair. Had to pay $21.50 for an inspection to see if it's a warranted repair , they had it about a month and returned it to me and refunded the money. Before it fully removed another screw it was broken again so back to Home Depot and another $21.50 and now they want me to buy another tool. Not sure yet why they sell warranty services with the products they offer if there not going to warranty it. April 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for lightweight everyday jobs. This drill is not a powerhouse and anybody foolish enough to think they can drive deck screws for hours will be disappointed. It is however, perfect for switch plates, lightweight household jobs, assembling things that come in parts, drilling small diameter holes in wood, plaster, aluminum as well as for driving tediously long machine screws up to the point where some serious effort is required. That being said, it does have more torque that you'd initially expect. I found the clutch to work very well and on the lowest setting has not broken a switch plate yet. At the highest setting it drives screws and bores small to medium screws admirably. The case it comes with has room for one of these cheap "do everything" bit and drill kits, some vix bits, a small countersink kit, an extra battery/charger and a hex to normal chuck adapter for handling drills do not have a hex shaft. I would not use it with auger bits nor spade/twist drill bits larger than 1/4" except perhaps is soft materials such as gypsum board. The LED light is adequate but more would be better. How much do I like it? I have three of them and have used them for years. Not one has given me a lick of trouble. I hope the never discontinue it. I'll be buying another tomorrow because I'm going to leave one in the house and the garage rather than running back and forth or fighting my wife for it. Not being a contractor I don't use drills every day. This means when I do need a tool the battery is usually depleted. Having learned this years ago ALL of my electric tools are 120 volts with this as the only exception. My affection for AC power tools has brought the small inconvenience of dragging an extension cord about but I never have to deal with dead batteries, waiting for batteries to charge of for paying the large expense of multiple batteries. Additionally, all of my tools have more power for the price than the battery equivalents. There is no ongoing expense of replacing expensive batteries but I usually do have to replace inexpensive brushes once a decade. There is one place though, where I thought I really needed a battery drill because I had no choice. For certain jobs I like having a drill with more power AND a clutch. (First part was easy; second part hard in a corded tool) After searching the market high and low I was about to give up when I discovered the Ryobi D48CK which, to the best of my knowledge, is THE ONLY corded drill with a clutch. The Ryobi D48CK and the Tek 4 share a case. They are an unbeatable combo for everyday stuff. I have six other drills I use for specialty stuff including the 3/8" one speed, non-reversible, three wire, metal housing, Craftman I got in 1961 which is on it's fifth set of brushes. February 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bought new batterys very good deal I was given this screwdriver for Christmas 5 years ago and I just love it. My go to drill. My old one is getting tired so I'm purchaseing a new one. December 12, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Odd configuration I bought this in the store for mostly helping with electrical stuff like screwing in outlet boxes, outlets, plates etc. especially since it had a clutch. But I returned it. It seems built well and have decent power. However... Pros: Cheap, small, decent piwer, Locking bit holder is magnetic and can accept the longer lock-in bits. Cons: Tthe clutch only works in slow low gear. The bit holder is nice but the drill is so small I wish I could hold it to help guide it but I can't since it spins. They only supply very small non locking bits that will often stay with the screw.. Only comes with one battery. I really hate the over-sized triggers To me,. It makes it too hard to just hold and too easy to accidentally turn on. May be fine for some depending on your needs. March 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Another outstanding Ryobi tool I have had two of these since being introduced to the market. I used the first one almost 2 years before it was permanently "borrowed", the second is still going strong. This is one tool I did NOT recommend to friends as the tool spoke for itself. Six of my workmates bought these when they saw me using it on the job. There are untold dozens of screws to remove/install on CT and other bits of medical gear. This is the PERFECT tool for the job. Gentle enough for small metric machine screws, yet brawny enough to drive the occasional deck screw. March 24, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great screwdriver, when it works. This screwdriver is great, but it has a bad habit of killing batteries. I don't mean draining the batteries either, I mean permanently damaging a batteries circuitry to the point the battery will not recharge. When the screwdriver bogs down (due to a tight screw, low battery, etc), it tends to kill the battery right at that moment. There is a possibility this might be a deficiency in the batteries design, as opposed to a deficiency in the screwdriver itself though. September 25, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Screwdriver period If you are looking for a product that is versatile and can perform many tasks fast this is not the product for you. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this product if you need a power screwdriver that is not lightning quick. It is just to slow for my needs January 23, 2013
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