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Ryobi P271 18 Volt 1/2 in. 2-Speed Drill-Driver (Bare Tool Only. Battery and Charger not included.)

Ryobi P271 18 Volt not included.)

Product Description

The drill includes a ½ inch heavy-duty single sleeve, keyless chuck with a 24 position clutch to match your drilling and driving needs. The drill features the exclusive MagTray® and on-board bit storage, which allow convenient placement of bits and screws.

Product Features

  • 1/2 in. single-sleeve, keyless chuck with automatic spindle lock for easy bit changes
  • 24 position clutch and 2-speed gear box to match your drilling and driving needs
  • MagTray magnetic holder for convenient placement of screws and bits
  • On-board bit storage for convenience
  • Top-mounted bubble level for drilling and driving accuracy

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
 (24 customer reviews)

Verry Happy, April 12, 2013
Jon E
I have used cheap $50-80 drills you can get at Walmart and Meijer and never am I satisfied with their performance. Ether the drill just doesn't have the power to get the job done or the battery dies.

My last drill before I got this one had a descent amount of power to it but the battery would die after drilling 24 holes and setting 24 decking screws. Very frustrating when you are trying to get a job done.

This drill however has a fantastic amount of power and can even drill through steel on its high gear setting in no time. But the drill is only a drill and doesn't come with a battery. I recommend the Robi P108 4AH battery. It's an $100+ battery but end the long run it is just fantastic. I have used that battery with my curricular saw and drill for hours and only run it halfway dead. And it gives this drill just a bit more UMPH! to get the job done.

Easy guideline for seeing how long a battery will last is: If you double the batteries capacity (ie.


Does [almost] everything I expected., August 13, 2013
Charles Davis (Texas)
  
I wish it had a light to illuminate the work. 10 more words required. 6 more words required. 2 more...



Replacing my old Blue Ryobi, November 19, 2013
Aj (TX)
My old blue/black Ryobi driver died after many years of service, so having the 18v batteries, this was a no brainer. It's smaller and lighter than the old model, but seems just as powerful. Build quality is decent, but it's got that plasticky feel to it, at least it's good plastic.



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