Ryobi 18v Brushless Hammer Drill Review/Unboxing (P1813)

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Kyuss Qotsa says:

This is my current drill and for the price I am satisfied. I have spent far too much money on name brand cordless tools and the shit batteries that come with them. Ryobi from here on out. Cheap batteries. My boss has this old ass Craftsmen 24v kit that is bright red and I was running 5/8 6″ lag bolts to hang an ac stand and that drill damn near broke my wrist. That is the most powerful cordless drill I have ever used. The batteries stay charged forever! I am happy with my Ryobi though. Ten years ago I wouldn’t be caught dead using Ryobi on the jobsite. Ryobi is legit now.

David Stephenson says:

Let’s hear some Bosston

Jay says:

Home Depot has this for $119 now. Not a sales just new lower price

Daniel Gomez says:

I got all their brushless line got the brushless drill impact driver recip saw circular saw and angle grinder ryobi has changed now and I love the battery platform have a lot of ryobi stuff too


this drill is a beast

Carlos de la Cruz says:

Ryobi has come along way from it’s crappy blue tools! I’ll take that brushless combo over the Hercules or Bauer any day of the week!


Better than the Kobalt?

Robert Rogers says:

What a bulky drill!! Lol

Benjamin Ward says:

Not Ryobi but gotta ask. What ever happened to the Craftsman 19.2 brushless drill they had out for a minute years ago? You can find them on ebay here and there. It looked pretty cool.

ELTwenty7 Tuo says:

Anyone had any comments on how well honor their warranty?? I know they were/are tti and under the same umbrella as rigid and I have heard some war stories about people trying to honor their lsa warranty.

Phillip Amer says:

This is not a bad drill but it is held back by overly aggressive protection it has. The only other prob i have is the three piece side handle is a pain to install

Swamp Fox Picks says:

I’m I the only one that the bird in the background is driving nuts!!!

yamsi12 says:

interesting that Ryobi redesigned the belt clip to a one screw design recently.

ColdOne OnMe says:

Iv never considerd ryobi tbh.

w2k says:

Y’all got any more of dat M12 Gen 2?

Tivo Man says:

nice video looking forword to the giveaway tonight


It sounds loud like my Ridgid 18v brushless hammer drill

tola978 says:

Yo boss quick question. I’ve got this drill and the impact but thinking about returning them for the m12 fuel Gen 2. Question being will the m 12s be sufficient for around the house stuff like framing, decking, and miscellaneous home stuff?

Ninja8642 Nerd says:

I like the protection but it can keep the drill from doing what it needs to do sometimes.

James Hedstrom says:

if black and Decker doesn’t do something quick with their porter cable line , ryobi will make them extinct! ryobi=the porter cable killer!

Richard Garner says:

I like the ryobi brushless impact driver that I got free with the ryobi brushless hammer drill and the ryobi brushless impact driver has already broken to of my Milwaukee impact bits

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