Battery Tool Kits


2 batteries and a free tool?

so for the ryobi deal, you get 2 batteries, a charger and a bag for $149. add a free tool.


the link i posted above gives you 2 batteries, a charger and a bag for $149. with a bunch of tools.

i guess the deal makes sense if you already have a set and looking to expand......


the OG
Another thing to factor in to your decision, is what do people you know that are likely to help you with a project run. If they run _____, you having _____ means that the batteries will be compatible across both of your tools. (Label your batteries to keep them from growing legs)
Well there goes my idea of stealing your batteries.

Seriously though. I bought a Ryobi impact driver 4 plus years ago and used the shit out of it. it was a deal where you buy a charger/battery you get a battery for free and then bought the tool priced pretty low. years later I wanted a recip saw (sawzall) and found it priced at like $70 bucks tool only. Ryobi had me hooked at this point with their battery so I wanted to stay with their brand. I ended up buying a drill, recip saw, circular saw, flash light, 2 battery, 1 charger kit for like $129. The circular saw is awesome, cuts more square than my plug in.

I don't use them to make money just my hobbies, with Ryobi brand i'm now rolling with 5 tools (if you count the flash light which I use more than I had expected) 4 batteries and 2 chargers for around $230 :imgone:


unimpressed by you
I got a Bauer impact from Hazard Fraught. $100 and got an extra battery, impact adapters, magnetic sockets, and a bag thing that's worthless. I've had it for about three weeks now.

It's not bad, but I wish it had torque control and better speed control.
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I have seen a few of the 1/4" Bauer impacts drivers on job sites that were total pos's. Overheating, short battery life, and not the best control. Just a heads up that it my not hold up if you are using it a lot.


unimpressed by you
So far so good. I've been using it for a while, basically as a "bolt/nut remover" for everything. I still hand-tighten everything.