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Old 05-31-2019, 10:44 AM   #1
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Which one is good to have around?
Dewalt, Milwaukee, Ryobi, ???
Looking at getting a drill, impact, Sawzall for the time being.
I have a drill and saw from Harbor Freight, but batteries don't last and the last few times I've been there, can't even find a replacement. I'm not going to be using them all the time, but when I need one, I need to work and the battery to last more than a few minutes.
What's in your tool box??
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Old 05-31-2019, 10:45 AM   #2
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Dewalt or Milwaukee all personal preference. If only small household projects I wouldn’t hesitate to save cash and get ryobi


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Old 05-31-2019, 10:49 AM   #3
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been using the same milwaukee set i bought 6 ish years ago, hammer drill, impact sawzall, hackzall and just grabbed a 1/2 impact, skill saw with some more batteries for them.

Ryobi however for budget tools are pretty good as well.
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Been using Ryobi at my house for a couple years now. I like them and they work just fine for screwing around at the house. If I was building houses for a living I might want the high end Milwaukee tools but for what I do the green tools work just fine. I have their grinder, jigsaw, circular saw, impact driver, and drill. All work fantastic and looking to pickup a sawzall in the future to wrap up all my tool needs.

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Old 05-31-2019, 10:52 AM   #5
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Bite the bullet and get Milwaukee you will be way ahead in the end.
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Old 05-31-2019, 10:55 AM   #6
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Don't overlook ridgid tools from home depot. If you register them you get lifetime warranty that even covers batteries and charger! I beat mine up every day at work.
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Been using Ryobi at my house for a couple years now. I like them and they work just fine for screwing around at the house. If I was building houses for a living I might want the high end Milwaukee tools but for what I do the green tools work just fine. I have their grinder, jigsaw, circular saw, impact driver, and drill. All work fantastic and looking to pickup a sawzall in the future to wrap up all my tool needs.

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This is what I was going to say. It all depends on how often you use them and what you're using them for. My son told me to get DeWalt when I got my Ryobi set. I told him that if my job depended on my power tools, I might do that. I only use them on weekends, so I went with Ryobi. When I find a tool I don't have at a reasonable price (garage sale, pawn shop, etc.), I get it. Ryobi makes hundreds of different tools, and I own several of them in 18v.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:00 AM   #8
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Milwaukee, makita, dewault in that order if using more than 4-5 times a week. Ryobi for anything less. With the lithium batteries. The old batteries are garbage now

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Old 05-31-2019, 11:00 AM   #9
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The very best bar none is Hilti.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:02 AM   #10
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I did not read through all the replies, but Dewalt has been the best for me by far. On top of that, Home Depot had the 20 volt drill and 2 batteries on sale for $99 last weekend. The batteries alone are $89-$99 by them selves. Heck of a deal.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:03 AM   #11
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I like Ryobi.

I have the Brushless Drill & ¼" Impact so far.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:05 AM   #13
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I just switched over from my old Dewalt 18V tools to the 20V system and LOVE them. More torque, better battery life, & half the weight.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:14 AM   #14
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Milwaukee is the best... but you'll pay the price. I went with Ridgid myself due to the fact you get a lifetime warranty. So far, haven't had to use it. I have a 13" planner, shop vac, compressor, miter saw, circular saw, drill, impact drill and the list goes on.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:15 AM   #15
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Ryobi and Ridgid. Ridgid tools have a great warranty
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:19 AM   #16
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Ridgid all the way!
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:24 AM   #17
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I have both Rigid and Ryobi. This are perfect for me as they only get used around the house an din my go kit when traveling long distances with my boat.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:28 AM   #18
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Don't overlook ridgid tools from home depot. If you register them you get lifetime warranty that even covers batteries and charger! I beat mine up every day at work.
How long is the warranty on the batteries? That could be a game changer. Been looking at those for a couple weeks going back and forth
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:29 AM   #19
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The very best bar none is Hilti.
Agree here just don’t see many in the home owner DIY setting. If it makes your paycheck hilti.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:31 AM   #20
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Ryobi good value for the $, I have a drill that's at least 10 years old and still works great. I'm not a contractor but have done lots of projects.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:31 AM   #21
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Milwaukee and or Dewalt
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:34 AM   #22
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How long is the warranty on the batteries? That could be a game changer. Been looking at those for a couple weeks going back and forth
Free replacement batteries for life! I haven't had one go bad yet to test it though.....
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:36 AM   #23
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Lifetime once registered with Ridgid after purchase. This is why I only buy Ridgid tools!
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The very best bar none is Hilti.
I’ve had 5-6 Hilti tools over the years, and still have a drill and impact. They were by far the best thing on the market at the time. I ran a few steel crews, and my boss would only buy Dewalt or Milwaukee. I ponied up and bought a few Hiltis for myself, and would occasionally lend them out to trusted hands. They’re still **** good tools, but I my newer Milwaukee’s are every bit as good or better now. That said I haven’t bought or played with a new Hilti tool in 9-10 years.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:38 AM   #25
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How long is the warranty on the batteries? That could be a game changer. Been looking at those for a couple weeks going back and forth


I found the rigid warranty to be worthless most of the time, especially on batteries. I’ve never been so glad to be rid of that heavy rigid junk.

I’m very happy with Makita stuff, if I could start over today I’d buy Milwaukee.


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Old 05-31-2019, 11:41 AM   #26
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Porter Cable is a good mid range option. Will hold up to serious work but not gouge you too deep.

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Old 05-31-2019, 11:43 AM   #27
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Milwaukee is the only way to go .
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:43 AM   #28
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Home Depot has a good sale this time of year on ryobi tools by the way. Get a fast charger and two 3ah batteries and a tool of your choice for $99.

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Old 05-31-2019, 11:44 AM   #29
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For a large barn build at the ranch everyone bought Milwaukee, I had a brand new dewalt
And didn’t switch, my dewalt now has Two dead worthless battery’s, . All the Milwaukee stuff is still rocking, maybe I just didn’t use it enough after the project
My ryobi saw zzz all is still rocking in beast mode
IMO weekend warriors ryobi are excellent, professional Milwaukee
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:49 AM   #30
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I found the rigid warranty to be worthless most of the time, especially on batteries. I’ve never been so glad to be rid of that heavy rigid junk.

I’m very happy with Makita stuff, if I could start over today I’d buy Milwaukee.


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Have had several friends, and a few of our techs that had all rigid tools, all registered. The times they sent batteries back they didn't replace them only rebuilt them and had a service charge cause they always found it to be "operator error" and not a defect of the battery itself.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:49 AM   #31
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I have a Dewalt 18v drill & sawzall combo and they are good but recently I have added ryobi 24v drill, impact driver, skill saw, 18v blower, weedeater, edger and a 40v lawnmower...they are great. For my small subdivision yard, that 40v mower is AWESOME!!!
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Have had several friends, and a few of our techs that had all rigid tools, all registered. The times they sent batteries back they didn't replace them only rebuilt them and had a service charge cause they always found it to be "operator error" and not a defect of the battery itself.
Not to mention they are like carrying an anchor around
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I've had the same 18 volt Roybi set for 12 years and it all still works, just new batteries. I have had 18 volt Dewalt about 10 years with no issues just batteries. I think if I was to buy new now I would look at the Millwaukee.
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Old 05-31-2019, 12:21 PM   #34
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My whole Dewalt set spent several days under water during Harvey and I was using them last weekend to build deer blinds. The whole set still works.

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I've been doing some research and reading and watching reviews lately and have experience with dewalt, craftsman, Milwaukee and harbor freight Bauer brand.. highly recommend a youtube channel called AVE.. he's dam Canadian but absolutely hilarious and takes apart the tools and discusses the guts and electronics of each what are the well made components and the cheapskate crap inside some.. anything from snapon, Milwaukee dewalt makita and so on.. all combined from what ive learned and experience heres my take with pricing as a consideration too..
Pro level high dollar
Hilti
Snap On
Milwaukee
Makita
Dewalt
Bosch

Do it yourselfer heavy work
Milwaukee
Makita
Dewalt
Some of the Rigid products

Do it yourselfer Med/ light work
Milwaukee
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Dewalt
Rigid
Ryobi
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Apartment Living Hobbiest
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Ryobi
Harbor Freight
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This is not the end all of course.. i have a craftsmen 20v and that thing has been awesome for med/light work for about 6-7 years now (remember when sears was a thing!).. some ryobi might last for years.. some snap on/hilti/Milwaukee is absolutely the best of the best but can you justify the cost or do you get a dewalt at 2/3 the price and it works and last for several years

The dang Hazard Freight Bauer 1/2 impact will zip off lug nuts with 1 or 2 uggas and done

Some very good advice above as well based on experience and thats hard to beat!


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I've been using Rigid for years now and has had no problems with the warranty aspect of it, I mail them in and they send me new batteries back. Just have to remember to reregister the batteries when you get them back.
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I'm gonna take a wild guess here that none of these products batteries will interchange?
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milwaukee for the win: brushless motors and lithium batteries.
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I have had Ryobi for well over 15 years and just switched to Dewalt. Night and day, Dewalt is the way to go in my opinion.
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I'm gonna take a wild guess here that none of these products batteries will interchange?
Only brand to brand I.e Ryobi to ryobi 20v to 20v or 18v to 18v
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I'm gonna take a wild guess here that none of these products batteries will interchange?
No, they will not. I think a lot of the 20V battery cases are VERY similar and may fit into another tool, but they will not power it. I thought the same thing and was going to buy a Bauer 20V fan and use my Dewalt batteries in it. Nope. YouTube link
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Milwaukee Fuel. Buy once, cry once but done purchasing after that. Awesome drills.
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Ryobi batteries are complete junk. Knowing what I have experienced there is no way I could recommend their tools. Be sure and keep all receipts on anything labeled Ryobi.
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I really like my Milwaukee tools . Got 1/2 impact , hammer drill , 2 drivers a regular drill , saw all, circular saw , 4in grinder and a compound miter saw . All 18v and a few 12v tools .

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Don't overlook ridgid tools from home depot. If you register them you get lifetime warranty that even covers batteries and charger! I beat mine up every day at work.
I was at Home Depot renting something and there was a guy there arguing because they wanted to charge him to send his ridgid drill in to be fixed. Shipping or something but the repair was free . He said you did not charge me the last 2 times to fix it . I said maybe you should have gotten a different brand if this one has been back 2 times before. I said it before I even thought about it , but he agreed. Dewalt all the way for me , I have all of the 18 V tools and have had them for years. I use them pretty hard and they hold up.
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I've always been a Dewalt guy but I bought a Bosch drill a few months back and now I don't use my Dewalt tools much anymore...
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Ryobi 18v platform has the largest selection of tools on the market. For home owner use this is what i would do. Besides that I am milwaukee cause all the diff tools lights, and such
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Dewalt or Milwaukee, hands down!
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