The RYOBI Bit Holder is compatible with most RYOBI ONE+ HP Tools. This bit holder easily attaches with the provided screw, for a pain free installation. Perfect solution for storing all standard 1/4 in. hex shank bits, for easy accessibility.
Easily attaches to tool with included screw for convenience
Stores all standard 1/4 in. hex shank bits, for easy accessibility
Compatible with: PSBRA02- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless 3/8 in. Right Angle Drill, PSBDD01- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless 1/2 in. Drill/Driver, PSBIW01- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless 4-Mode 3/8 in. Impact Wrench, PSBID01- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless 1/4 in. Impact Driver
Includes: (1) A10BH01 Bit Holder Attachment for RYOBI HP Drills and Drivers with screw
Here we have a RYOBI Bit Holder Attachment For HP Drills And Drivers. Please note, this is only ...
Here we have a RYOBI Bit Holder Attachment For HP Drills And Drivers. Please note, this is only compatible with certain RYOBI tools. Please see below for a list of compatible tools.
EXCLUSIVELY compatible with:
PSBRA02- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless 3/8” Right Angle Drill
PSBDD01- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless ½” Drill/Driver
PSBIW01- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless 4-Mode 3/8” Impact Wrench
PSBID01- 18V ONE+ HP Compact Brushless ¼” Impact Driver
So it appears that this is only compatible with certain BRUSHLESS RYOBI tools as shown above.
This is definitely worth having for the above tools.
I typically carry a cereal bowl around to organize the different bits I use during a Saturday hom...
I typically carry a cereal bowl around to organize the different bits I use during a Saturday home project. This morning's task was installing an over-the-range/undermount microwave oven. The microwave the builder installed died and I was able to buy at Home Depot what I thought was a direct replacement for about the same cost as a visit by a repairman. The old GE model # had been discontinued, and this was the closest replacement, but it was 1/4" taller. This meant breaking out the tools. Where's my cereal bowl?
I love my Ryobi tools with the One+ system Lithium Ion batteries. I've actually given away or thrown out 5 old style NiCad battery cordless screwdrivers since I got the Ryobi Lithium Ions. I had to give this Ryobi extra bit holder/clip a try to see if it would replace my cereal bowl full of bits. First thing I noticed is that one of the older tools didn't have the needed screw hole location. See the photos. Also I noticed the recess on the back of the clip doesn't match the trapezoidal shape of the boss with the screw hole. Just as well, this way you can orient it any way you want without having to match the boss.
It sticks out, but is definitely easier to clip/unclip a bit than the "built-in" bit holder molded into the front of the tools. There are enough screw holes to sport four of these if so desired.
The last generation of the Ryobi 18 had the bit holder intergrated into the design and come to think of it, most other cordless tool companies do this as well. For some reason the new gen, omits this very common and extreamly useful feature but you can buy it for five dollars. Why?