RYOBI 18v ONE+ 1/4 in. BRUSHLESS IMPACT DRIVER

The time is here, RYOBI started putting out brushless tools. What does that mean? less heat, which means longer charge on batteries and longer life of the tool. Let me show you how this is every DIY’er’s dream.

FIRST IMPRESSION

Ryobi came out with an impact driver that competes with some of the best impact drivers on the market right now. Right out of the box i can easily compare it to the DeWalt, RIDGID, Makita and the Milwaukee that i’ve handled.

PERFORMANCE

3-speed switch located on rear of tool give options for- high speed: 0-3,100 RPM, medium speed: 0-2,150 RPM, low speed: 0-1,100 RPM. What does this mean, think of the control you have! you can switch between the pocket hole drill bit and square tip screw driver without stripping the screws or burning up the wood with the still on all of your incredible builds.

CONVIENCE

  • Tri-LED lights minimize shadows. Yes, the light is convenient, and its all about the power, but i cant tell you how many times i build something like a cabinet in a poorly lit garage while installing the drawer sliders on a cabinet build project. Thats where good lighting comes in.

PLEASE USE AFFILIATE LINK BELOW

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December 19, 2017

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