Ryobi ONE+ Li-ion Drill and Impact Driver Giveaway
Ryobi ONE+ Li-ion Drill and Impact Driver Giveawa
For New Years did you resolve to complete some things on the Honey-Do list? Are you running out of steam to get them done? Ryobi wants to give one lucky reader a little motivation to knock out that project list. It’s the new Ryobi ONE+ Li-ion Drill and Impact Driver Kit I had the pleasure of testing over the last month.
About This Tool
A complete review of the tool can be found here but here’s a condensed summary.
- Kit includes drill/driver, impact driver, 2 ONE+ Li-Ion batteries, charger, and tool bag
- Li-Ion batteries charge in 30 minutes
- Drill No Load Speed: 0-440/0-1,600
- Drill Chuck Size: ½ in.
- Drill has 24 position clutch
- Drill has 2-Speed Transmission
- Drill has a molded in Bubble Level
- Impact No Load Speeds: 0-2,600 RPM
- Impact Torque: 1,500 in. lbs
- Impact Chuck: ¼ in. hex
- Socket adapter
- On-board bit storage on both tools
- $129 at Home Depot
About Ryobi Nation
Ryobi Nation is a new online community where you can register your tools, find deals, and share your projects. Users also get to vote on their favorite projects and the project with the most votes at the end of the month wins $500 in free tools. Pretty great really. I know we have a talented group of readers so sign up and share your projects. I have no doubt that one of our readers could win the $500 one of these months.
How to Enter
To get your name in the hat read the instructions below carefully and then enter. There are THREE different ways to enter this contest and you may enter each option once per household.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY!
You may enter each one of the following 3 options once per household. PLEASE ONLY LEAVE ONE COMMENT, You can list all your entries and we’ll total them up. PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE Multiple comments.
- Sign up for Ryobi Nation and submit a project (or two).
- Leave a comment below telling us how you would use the Ryobi kit and/or the link your Ryobi Nation project. That way the rest of us can check out your awesome project and vote it up! The email address used to submit the comment is the one I’ll use to contact the winner so be sure it’s right.
- Facebook – Visit our Facebook Fan Page and LIKE us. If you submitted a project to Ryobi Nation, leave a comment on the wall with the link. Again, we want to check out your skills and vote it up if it’s awesome!
Optional – Newsletter Sign-Up – One of the best ways to keep up to date with our great giveaways, home improvement advice and tool reviews is signing up for our FREE weekly newsletter. Be sure to finish the opt-in process after you receive the welcome email. To sign up follow this LINK.
Entries must be received by 12:59 PM EST on March 5th, 2013. The winner will be announced by March 6th, 2013.
Only residents of the U.S. are eligible. One entry per household per each method above for a maximum total of three. Spam entries will not be counted. Spam entries are determined at the sole discretion of Front Steps Media.
Reuben was the lucky winner this time around but keep checking back here or our Facebook page. New contests happen almost every month.
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I really enjoy your tool reviews.
Keep up the good work!
I would use it to help fix things around the house…the one I’m moving into next week!!!
Oh yea would go great on wiring a new bedroom ans garage. Would like to drill with this bad boy
Lemme see… If I had this drill… well, the question should be “what WOULDN’T I drill?” eh. The next project on the list is a farmhouse-style dining room table inspired by Ana White’s design. I know everyone is doing it, but I’m getting in on it, too.
I would use them to finish the kids playhouse (once the snow melts) by reinforcing the play structure (which my kids have affectionately named Bucky the Pirate Ship Arrr!) that was generously donated from my bro’s backyard . Bucky will then have a rope bridge installed on one side to connect it to the 8×10 playhouse I built last summer, and on the other side will have some support added for several swings. I’m also considering adding a small deck to the front of the playhouse (playhouse floor sits about 3′ off the ground) with some pint sized adirondack chairs for them to relax on while enjoying a cool frosty juice box.
As for my current drill, yesterday I built 2 floating shelves for the wifey using nothing more than 11 screws, a 1×2 and two 1×4’s, and it took 3 batteries\charges! Seriously, 11 pilot holes, 11 screws, 3 batteries. No way my current set up is going make it through day 1 this summer… so that’s why I would LOVE this combo!
I Liked your FB page as well. Unfortunately, I don’t have any pictures at work to add to add to the Ryobi site as a project.
I would use the Ryobi while remodeling my home. Family room and Kitchen.
I would like to have my first Ryobi tool!
I would use this drill set for my never ending remodel. I purchased my current house from my Grandparents 4 years ago. My Mom picked out the wa1lpaper in 1980 when I was 2. Well, nothing has changed until I moved in, And now I am in the process of updating everything. This would come in very useful!!!
I would use this drill to complete my basement mantown project…my not so up to date cordless has just died. Time for a real drill!!
Would live to give this to my husband as a gift. We just moved into a new home and he is dying for a new drill! Would be a dream come true for him 🙂
Would use the kit to finish my basement remodel.
Looks to be very handy set for all those random around the house jobs. Having two is a big time saver during a project. (Swapping between drill bits and screw bits.)
I would use it for building a fence, finish building my deck railings, building shelves for my daughters room, finish my attic, oh and drill lots of holes and screw lots of screws!
Fishing my basement and hanging drywall are the current projects on hand….these tools would help make short work of all of that.
I would definitely rock some board on board fence this year.
I would in our business and at home on all projects!
Would like to put up a fence next year and this drill would help make it easier. Thanks for giving us the chance to win.
would love to build some outdoor furniture with some new tools!