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    Discontinued Ryobi   18-Volt Drill and Circular Saw Combo Kit

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    • Description

      Available online only while supplies last, this Special Buy RYOBI 18V ONE+ Drill and Circular Saw Combo Kit are a great starter kit at an incredible value. This kit includes a drill/driver with a 24 position clutch and two-speed gear box to match your drilling and driving applications. The compact Circular Saw features a 5-1/2 in. carbide-tipped blade for longer blade life. The kit also includes one RYOBI 18-Volt one plus Ni-Cd battery which powers over 50 great One plus tools.

      • 1/2 in. single-sleeve, keyless chuck with automatic spindle locks for easy bit changes
      • 24 position clutch and 2-speed gear box to match your drilling and driving needs
      • MagTray magnetic holder for convenient placement of screws and bits
      • On-board bit storage for convenience
      • Compact design for better handling
      • Front pommel handle for 2-handed operation
      • Left side blade for better cut line visibility
      • 5-1/2 in. carbide-tipped blade for longer blade life
      • Includes drill, circ saw, (1) 18-volt Ni-Cd battery, 1 hour charger, tool bag
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      Combo Kit
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      Circular Saw,Drill
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    • Reviews

      Ratings & Reviews

      60% of customers recommend this product
      Out of 5:
      • P829 Kit: Decent Tools, Excellent value
      • October 07, 2014
      • Recommended Product

      P829 Kit: Decent Tools, Excellent value The P829 Kit is a fantastic value for folks wanting to buy into the Ryobi One+ system. The tools in this kit are respectable. The P206 drill is durable and a hard worker, and it's the next step up from the P205/P205G drill (with 3/8" chuck) that's found in many of Ryobi's other entry-level kits (e.g., P807, P835, P893). The P206 boasts TWO bit holders and an extra bubble level in the handle, features which aren't found on any of the other Ryobi "blue" drills. (The next drill up the chain would probably be the P204/P271 with it's smaller size and faster no-load speeds.) The P206 has a 2-piece chuck, which means that two hands are required to tighten/loosen the bit in the chuck. Most of Ryobi's other drills have a 1-piece locking chuck which allows single-handed bit changes. Whether this is a a pro or a con depends on your personal preference. This kit includes a P501 circular saw. I've seen many reviews pan this saw for inadequate power, but I disagree. I use mine regularly to cut 2x4s and plywood. Yes, it does go through batteries quickly, but not nearly as fast as some reviewers claim. To extend the run-time I usually make a few cuts then immediately swap batteries on the charger while I'm making use of my freshly cut pieces. The kit comes with one P100 NiCD battery and a P115 1-Hour Fast Charger. The P115 charger features the IntelliPort feature which ensures that your battery will not get overcharged, so you can leave your battery on the charger all the time and it'll be ready when you are. If you use your tools regularly, you may want to invest in a second battery so one can be charging while the other is in use. Many reviewers complain about the P100 batteries, and rightly so for some. There's no doubt in my mind that Ryobi makes at least two versions of the P100, and one cannot tell by visual inspection which one they've got. One variant of the P100 uses quality 1700mAh cells and performs as well and any other NiCD battery pack on the market. I suspect that that other variant of P100 uses both cheaper quality and lower capacity cells (1500mAh?). Good luck to you if you get these. You may be able to determine which variant of P100 you have using the "Flashlight Test": fully charge your P100 battery, then plug it into your P700 flashlight, turn it on, and time how long it stays lit. Runtime in minutes * 10 = capacity in mAh. So if a P100 keeps your flashlight lit for 170 minutes, the tested capacity is 1700mAh. If your new P100 battery tests at over 1500mAh you've got a keeper! Note: If your batteries don't meet your expectations at first, you should recharge and try again. New NiCad batteries tend to reach full capacity after several cycles. Also, the P115 Ryobi chargers utilizes peak detection circuitry which can be fooled into terminating the charge early. To ensure a full charge, wait an hour or so after the charger shows a "green" full charge, then unclick the battery, count to five, then re-click the battery into the charger to restart the charging process. If the battery was really at full capacity the charger will stop quickly, and if it wasn't fully charged the charger should now finish the job. Finally, the kit includes a blue gate-mouth bag which holds everything.

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