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Ryobi ONE+ 18V 1.3Ah Li-ion Cordless Combi drill 1 battery R18PD3-113G
- Guarantee - 3 years
Features and benefits
Ryobi R18PD3-113G features a new profiled comfort handle and a compact design (23mm shorter than the previous model).
- The 2-speed gearbox delivers 500/1800rpm with 24 clutch settings ensure greater control.
- The all metal ratcheting chuck is ideal for even the most demanding applications with up to 50Nm of torque and an LED light to illuminate the work area.
- The switch between drilling, screw driving, and hammer mode opens a variety of applications from constructing furniture to drilling into masonry and brick.
- This cordless percussion drill is ideal for drilling in wood or metal, driving screws or even drilling in masonry.
- Equipped with 2 gears to control the maximum speed to match different materials and applications.
- 24 torque settings help drive screws flush every time.
|Batteries included||Batteries included|
|Cooling method||Air cooled|
|Maximum chuck capacity||13mm|
|Maximum drilling capacity (wood)||38mm|
|Motor type||Replaceable carbon brushed|
|No load speed||0-500/1800rpm|
|Number of batteries included||1|
|Number of gears||2|
|Rotation direction||Forward & reverse|
|Switch type||Trigger switch|
|Work light||LED work light|
Poor. Spend a little more & buy a better drill
Vince61 - 8 days ago
I don't review much, so this reflects how poor this product is. I have returned 2 of these after the clutch broke down on both. I have not abused them, in fact the first one lasted 8 weeks for some screwing into floor boards. the second is about 6wks old and been used on about 10 drills/screw applications. I can hold the chuck in my hand and the clutch slips as if I'm stuck in reinforced concrete. I'm a ex-tradesman, so I know my tools. These are faulty. I've had an older Ryobi model drill for at least 10yrs for casual domestic work, still fine. I only wanted this to compliment that and do some screw fixing. A shame because I have a few Ryobi products and like them. Spend a little bit more and buy a better quality drill. That's what I've had to do.