Ryobi 6pc 18v ONE+ Combo Kit Giveaway

Ryobi 18v ONE+ Combo Kit – Tool Giveaway

If you are looking for a great beginners or DIY power tool kit you need not to look any further. The Ryobi P884, 18v ONE+ cordless 6pc combo kit offers a large variety of tools for a very affordable price. These tools may not have the best in class technology as other brand name competitors, but they are durable and priced exceptionally well.

Ryobi 18v ONE+ system has over 50 tools on one platform making it the most versatile platform on the market. From woodworking, to yard work, lighting or listening, the Ryobi 18v ONE+ has all the tools to you will need to get the job done.

Ryobi P884 combo kit

Recent results from our tool giveaways show a large number of DIY followers wanted to see more Ryobi tools given away. This tool kit will not disappoint!

Ryobi has become the go-to brand for most homeowners and with a 50+ tool selection in their 18v ONE+ platform, how can you beat it?

Ryobi 18v Combo Kit Giveaway Rules:

  1. Follow ToolBoxBuzz on Facebook: ToolBoxBuzz Facebook Page
  2. Enter your information in the entry form at bottom of this page.

Extra Entries:

Who doesn’t like to increase their chances of winning something?  If you would like to increase your chances to win with EXTRA entries.   We allow five extra entry points for each one or of the following. [Please note that repetitive entries with different email address will be deleted]

Entry Dates:

The Ryobi 18V ONE+ Combo Kit ends on June 9th at 11:59 p.m. EST.  Winner will receive an email and be announced on Face Book on that week, winner must respond within 48 hours of first notification to claim prize.  Open to 18 yrs old, residents of U.S. only.

Good luck!!

Ryobi 6pc 18v ONE+ Combo Kit - Model P884
329.99

 

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Scott Arnold

Contributing Editor Scott Arnold is a young carpenter, and a 911 Dispatcher for a Boston area, Metro West 911 Center. When he is not in the Communications Center, you will find Scott getting his hands dirty on any number of contracting jobs, whether it is for his customers or on his newly purchased house. Scott enjoys contracting, DIY projects, spending time with his wife and 2 kids. Scott will help share his perspective on tools as carpenter and remodeler here and on AConcordCarpenter.com

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9 Comments

  1. Victor castellanos

    Very nice , my first chop saw was a Ryobi! Good tools…

  2. Timothy Shenk

    Ryobi 18+ tools may not stand up to the rigors of everyday job site demands but are more than adequate for homeowners and DITers and give you great bang for your buck.

  3. Timothy Shenk

    Ryobi 18+ tools may not stand up to the rigors of everyday job site demands but are more than adequate for homeowners and DIYers and give you great bang for your buck.

  4. dennis sturgiss

    great reliable tools

  5. lynn cranmer

    Just got the Ryobi impact driver and love it

  6. Rick Horton

    Love the 18 gauge nailer for trimwork; hate the batteries–I lose, that is, they just stop working, about 1 out of 3 batteries within 3 months of use. The lithium ion batteries are just too expensive to have that kind of failure rate.

  7. Manuel Alberto Delgado

    Great tools
    Perfect for my next projects

  8. George orozco

    Great tools get the job done the Bluetooth radio is awesome

  9. I’ve used Ryobi and similar brands during 5 years of maintenance and even the older Ryobi tools were good performers. The newer Ryobi tools have great reviews and more features than the older tools. I’d consider trying some new Ryobi combo sets for home maintenance and small projects.

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