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Ryobi One+ 18V 1.3Ah Li-ion Cordless Combi drill 1 battery LLCDI1802-L13G
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- Guarantee - 2 years
- Comes with Battery, battery charger & double ended screwdriver bit
- 2 speed variable speed gearbox
Features and benefits
- Combination tool for hammer drilling & screwdriving to suit multiple applications
- 13mm keyless chuck to fit all standard drill bit sizes
- Quick adjustment 24 torque settings enabling perfect drilling every time.
- 2 gears for most materials & applications
- Longer lasting battery life & no memory effect with lithium-ion technology
|Cooling method||Fan cooled|
|Maximum chuck capacity||13mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (concrete)||13mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (steel)||13mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (wood)||38mm|
|Maximum torque (hard)||50Nm|
|Motor type||Replaceable carbon brushed|
|Number of batteries included||1|
|Rotation direction||Forward & reverse|
|Speed control||Variable speed|
|Switch type||Trigger switch|
A one star review - they wouldn't let me give zero
mjttwo - 1 year ago
My wife bought this for me as a birthday gift while we were on holiday near Stratford-upon-Avon a few years ago. When we got home to Sussex I was keen to use it. After charging the batteries I picked up the drill which immediately leapt into life for, ooh, at least two or three seconds before dying. I tried again, but this time in vain.
So off to my local B&Q. “You’ve got to take it back to where you bought it,” said the man. Now I’ve read several times since that B&Q will exchange faulty products at any store. It’s a shame that its staff apparently don’t (or certainly didn’t) know that policy. Anyway, a six hour round trip (if the M25 was feeling kind) didn’t really appeal to me. So I went home with the unresponsive drill where my telephone call to B&Q at distant Stratford-upon-Avon wasn’t too successful either (“Bring it back, sir, we’ll change it for you.”)
Over the next few months I tried the drill now and again. On occasions it would tease me with a quick burst of power before lapsing back into its catatonic state. I didn’t have high hopes, but I persevered when I remembered – though on two or three occasions in the early days when I passed through Stratford-upon-Avon I must confess that I forgot to take my little Ryobi with me. Hey ho!
Here we are now, approaching five years since that fateful day when my wife bought me a Ryobi cordless drill for my birthday – and I have yet to use it productively. And thus while Ryobi continues, I assume, to turn out products of equal quality, and B&Q, bless it, continues to look after its customers in its own unique but questionable fashion, my Ryobi cordless drill – unmarked and unused – awaits its final journey to the local municipal recycling centre.
Rich JH - 2 years ago
Ryobi are robust, reliable and share the same batteries across different tools. What more can you ask or want?
Ryobi - Ryobi One + is ok
cius12 - 2 years ago
My experiences with this are good. I use Ryobi - Ryobi One + Cordless 18V 1.3Ah Li-Ion Combi Drill 1 Battery at work. It is always needed, when something needs to be tightened.
Ernist - 2 years ago
I have 2 drills as well I have nothing but praise for them I have had numerous other types
taff dublin - 2 years ago
have this drill about 5 months, battery dose not last well, the trigger needs to be pulled in hard to get full rpm.... its uncomfortable