Ryobi One+ 18V Compact Impact Driver Kit $149 (Was $259) @ Bunnings

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Good price drop as per price hipster.

With 170Nm of torque, the Ryobi ONE+ Impact Driver is the ideal tool to drive large screws into hard material with ease. Complete with Tri-Beam LED light and a handy magnet for holding screws, bit holders and drill bits this Impact Driver is sure to impress.

But there is more:
Ryobi has launched Lithium+ the next generation of Lithium-Ion Technology with its 18V battery platform giving DIYers, homeowners, craftspeople and hobbyists access to a new level of power previously reserved for professional tradespeople.

These batteries provide up significantly more runtime and come with integrated fuel gauge. They are the most compact 2.5Ah Lithium+ batteries in the DIY market.

The New Ryobi 18V Impact Driver Kit comes has two of these 2.5Ah Lithium+ batteries included and comes with a fast charger and convenient storage bag.

  • Die-cast front gear housing for durability
  • 170 Nm max torque
  • Tri-beam LED spotlight for better visibility
  • Variable speed, reverse and brake for total control
  • On board storage for added convenience

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    That's cheap!

    Although no stores in or near ACT have stock :(.

    This impact driver is great. I regularly switch between this and the cordless drill with the metal chuck in the One range… has never let me down.
    I drill a pilot hole, and screw with the driver. Definitely one of my go-to tools in the garage.

    IF you can find stock, grab it. Actually just the two 2.5 Lithium batteries and the charger is worth it. The skin is a bonus :).

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      Can you do a special orders for this kit?
      It's a good price. Hopefully you can get one

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        I already have one bud :). Just pointing out that at $150 it's a awesome price… just doesn't seem to be any stock anywhere :(.

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    Such a shame, bought this last week at 259

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    (NVM - answered my own question)

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    Can only find stock in Collingwood.. now to find an excuse to drive to Collingwood today

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    non in stock for me. anywhere we can go for price matching?

  • +1 vote

    Was just looking at this yesterday at full-ish price elsewhere. Do Bunnings do special orders if they have no stock?

    Note that there is unlikely to be anywhere that will price match, as pretty much only Bunnings sells Ryobi products.

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    I called Bunnings Altona. None, he also checks store in the west Suburbs no one has it lol what we do now ?

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    Yep the 2.5Ah batteries are really good on the small tools. I would buy this if I coukd find it juat for the batteries.

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    I bought one of these recently and having one versus a regular drill is no comparison. Putting up 20 blinds in our house was a breeze.

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    Stock in Collingwood accordingly to online page - no use to me.

    With charger and 2 batteries I would have bought as a cheap way into the Ryobi eco system. They have a couple of skins I would like for light use at a much better price point than my Milwaukee gear.

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    damn, what a buy! Wish i could find some stock in Sydney though!

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    Not available anywhere in WA?

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    Rang up my local (Hastings, VIC), they didn't know when they are going to get stock in but they assured me they can do it at that price whenever it comes in.

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    Is this possibly a catalogue deal or a new line that wasn't supposed to be put up on the website yet?

  • +1 vote

    Just out of curiosity, why would people buy this over https://www.bunnings.com.au/makita-lxt-18v-cordless-brushles...

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      Extra battery, way more skins available from Ryobi (including garden stuff). Also for most home gamers there is no need for the level of use that the Makita is built for.

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        Extra battery is a big plus for me, I've had one of my batteries die in the last month so I've been hanging out for a good deal on a new tool that also includes an extra battery. Once you get yourself locked into an environment, it's hard to get out, but my Ryobi tools have been pretty good to me so far, I think I will have six tools once I grab this, with three batteries to rotate. If you have no other tools, the Makita is probably a pretty good deal as a base.

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      That's awesome as well. I guess it depends on what you already own or are comfortable with.

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    Can’t find stock anywhere in Sydney, can’t special order a promo line 🤷🏽‍♂️

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    Doesn't seem to be any stock near me in WA either, hopefully everywhere is just waiting for stock rather than being sold out.
    Thoughts on this Ozito kit in comparison? Don't really need another drill but seems like an ok deal?
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-18v-power-x-change-2-piece...
    Edit - Actually may be better off getting the drill and 2x 1.5ah battery kit along with the impact driver skin seperately for $148.

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      With DIY cordless tools its always going to be about what range you have other tools in. It gives you flexibility to sometimes only buy a skin, and have contingency for failed batteries etc. Ozito has been getting good feedback lately, so if you had to start somewhere it wouldn't be a bad choice, with Bunnings always reducing prices in competition with Aldi.

  • -1 vote

    Any tradies using Ryobi?
    Every site I work on has Makita as the chippies main tool. Mechanical prefer DeWalt or AEG.
    It's occasionally handy to borrow a battery or charger on site so I'm tempted to go Makita but they are pricey.

    No, Ozito is not a trade tool, brushless or not,

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    i got the local to call the rep and he said the stock should be in soon but would not give a date. So good job bunnings advertise something that you never had…
    The rep did say it is the old charger and the old version of the impact. So old stock to clear.

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    Can this be used for changing car wheels? if not, any recommendation as to what sort of drill could be used when changing wheels?

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    No stock any any store in Sydney.

    The rep told me there is one in Orange so whoever lives there.. go for it mate.

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    Wondering if its a listing error. Looking to pick up a set for Dad.