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Ryobi 18V ONE+ 1.5A/4.0Ah Impact Driver Kit $149 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store/ OnePass) @ Bunnings


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  • +1

    OOS in the 5 nearest bunnings to me 2229

    edit: Just bought a double brick house. Currently have an ozito bunnings drill that been doing fine for the past 10 years with wood/plastic/thin metal. I assume I need an impact drill + a decent drill bit set to get through brick. Where do I start without breaking the budget (DYI handyman weekend warrior, will be used 2-3 times a year)

    • +7

      You need a hammer drill and masonry bits for getting through brick. If you're drilling smaller holes, 6/8mm for mounting screws, picture hooks, etc, then a normal hammer drill is fine. There's a Ryobi set at Bunnings that's around $150 which would be fine. You can get a hammer drill/impact driver set for about $350, the hammer drill does the holes, the impact driver is used to drive the screws in.

      Personally, for home use, I just use cheaper masonry bits and change then often.

      For bigger holes, 16/20/25/etc, you need an SDS hammer drill that takes bigger bits.

      • +1

        I'm looking to mount some brackets outside of the house on bricks but in smaller size screws, what would you recommend for smaller masonry bits?

        • +3

          If the screw size works, I'd go 6mm hole, 6mm wall plugs (I like the Ramset orange plugs) and an 8g screw

          edit: sorry, misread the question, I've used any of the cheapish ones at bunnings, Kango, Sutton, etc, and they're all fine. Brick is relatively soft, it doesn't need much.

      • +1

        Double brick house here and I've been using a cheap wired hammer drill. I'd disagree and say spending more on a higher quality masonry bit pays off very quickly. My experience has been say 20 mins of cheap bits, sometimes even doing a pilot hole and widening it — or 1 minute with a more expensive bit. I'm an absolute noob though so take it with a grain of salt.

    • +5

      I recommend these for drilling through bricks, they work really good.

    • +1

      This is what you need,
      I have a double brick house and i have both the ryobi impact drill and the above drill, impact drills are good for drilling screws in wood and anchors setup in brick.
      To drill holes in brick, the impact drill is useless.The SDS drill comes with a few bits as well , did not need to buy bits for setting up a garden hose reel and getting the TV wall mounted.
      Tried the impact drill and hammer drill with Kango and Aldi drill bits for the above jobs , was an exercise in futility.The SDS drill, maaate like hot knife through butter !
      With the above quotes that bricks are soft, not the ones that i was trying to drill through!, ( 2018 bricks and 1928 bricks ), the bits almost got red hot but would not/could not drill a hole .

    • +4

      Living in a double brick house myself, I have done a ridiculous amount of drilling into bricks. Hooks in the garage, holding shelves against walls, holes for pipes when doing renos, all sorts of stuff.

      Personally, I would skip the regular hammer drill and get an SDS+ drill straight away. And buy some decent bits with the 4 blades at the tip. Kangoo ones at Bunnings are decent, in general you'll want 6, 8 and 10mm, but some plugs have funny sizes, so getting a set is the go. Also, I'm a massive fan of using masonry screws instead of plugs, something like the ramset Anka Screws.

      I use them so much I buy the big boxes instead of buying 2 at a time. Although, if you have them, an impact driver makes it way easier to put them in, which means another tool to buy!

      I have a metabo 18V drill that has been flawless for me, but it's pricy. Ozito have an SDS + cordless that's not crazy expensive.

      If you don't want to go cordless, get the Ozito corded SDS+ drill. I've got the 2000W one which cost me $99 and it's been flawless. For $20 less you can get vastly less power, just get the big one. It's got heaps of power and torque. I was using it with 28mm hammer drill bits and 53mm hole bits through old concrete and it was great.

      • +1

        Actually, don't seem to have a 2000w ozito at Bunnings now. The 1500w is the one, for $10 less you could get 900w, don't even bother!

    • +1

      You can check for this model “Ryobi 18V ONE+ Hammer Drill 2.0Ah/4.0Ah Kit R18PD2422”


    • thanks all for the advice!!! Time to get drilling!

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  • +4

    I'll wait for brushless

  • remember this deal?
    that was one sweet bargain…

  • +1

    We had the above. It is bottom range from TTI Hong Kong.
    After buying Ozito which is Einhell designed in Germany we dumped the above, it was too heavy, batteries too large for no valid reasons.
    We still use a Ryobi drill and jigsaw, they are fine.
    But even the cheaper Ozito pressure washer gives Ryobi a run for the money!

  • same price, but what is the difference with this deal.

    • Old vs new at a guess, but the one you linked also has higher max torque (R18ID24 - 240Nm vs. R18ID14 - 180Nm)

      • for the same price better R18ID24 w/ max torque 240Nm
        but don't know which one is newer R18ID24 or R18ID14

        the bigger the number = newer?

  • Can these be used to remove wheel nuts?

    • Not likely… you'll need the Impact Wrench for that!

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