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Ryobi RAD1801M ONE+ Angle Drill, 18 V (Body Only)

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  • 180° rotating base for easier access
  • Reverse action
  • Electric safety brake
  • Electronic variable speed
  • Dual material, non-slip, anti-vibration handle
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Ryobi RAD1801M ONE+ Angle Drill, 18 V (Body Only)
Ryobi RAD1801M ONE+ Angle Drill, 18 V (Body Only)

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Specification: Ryobi RAD1801M ONE+ Angle Drill, 18 V (Body Only)

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Product Dimensions

‎33 x 80 x 135 cm, 1.48 Kilograms

Item model number

‎RAD1801M

Power Source

‎Cordless

Voltage

‎18

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Certification

‎Certified frustration-free

Included Components

‎1 x RAD1801M

Batteries included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎Yes

Battery Cell Type

‎Alkaline

Item Weight

‎1.48 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Ryobi RAD1801M ONE+ Angle Drill, 18 V (Body Only)

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  1. Wilberforce

    It’s very difficult to control the rotation speed when using this as a screwdriver, because the clutch is poor quality – now common across the latest Ryobi drills. A gentle squeeze – nothing happens. Slightly more – either still nothing or it zooms away and you’ve messed up the screw. There is no switch to choose between a speed that’s fast for drilling and a slower speed for driving screws. Lastly, and very annoyingly, the foot of the tool (ie the battery) protrudes further than the head (ie the chuck) so it is impossible for the drill/driver to be at right angles to the work when space is tight – which is the whole purpose of this tool. And this is not a cheap tool either!

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  2. Ms. Angela M. Denneny

    If you are used to your drill/screwdriver automatically stopping when it has reached the level of resistance you have set this is a bit of a learning experience. You have to slow down the revs and look to see whether the screw has already gone in as far as you want it. If you do not concentrate the screw is coming out the other side! The auto brake system helps the slowing down process this but its not the same as a torque controller. Admittedly it does not say it has one, I just assumed it would have.

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  3. Camera

    Always wanted an offset drill, with its solid build and long reach. There’s often a job that needs a tight access tool, and this one covers all bases. Variable Speed trigger gives total control, and the build is first class.
    It’s a great addition to my tool kit.

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  4. Mike burton

    Great tool really useful and very powerful – more powerful than my normal drill more like an impact driver

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  5. I Wilson

    As others have said it’s not an essential tool but it is very handy for working in tight areas, building flat pack furniture and built-in cupboards, for example.
    I gave it 4 stars because it would be massively improved by adding a clutch like standard drill drivers have to make using it as an electronic screwdriver much easier.

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  6. Rob H

    Simple enough tool to get into tight corners only used it a couple of times as yet but it could be useful as and when needed, hence the price is a bit steep tbh, you shouldn’t need a powerful battery for this tool either.
    Not keen on the power switch too it has to be pressed quite hard to obtain full speed as its variable, a handy tool to have on the odd occasion though.

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  7. J A Phillips

    This is good for drilling holes in tight spaces – far easier to use than those right-angle attachments for standard drills.

    I bought it for drilling some holes for water pipes through a double joist, and it did help me to achieve that, but it wasn’t powerful enough to manage it all by itself. Even with some brand new and razor sharp beaver bits, it would stall after getting a few mm in, especially if you hit a knot hole (It doesn’t have a clutch mechanism either, so be very careful of your hands and wrist if/when the hole cutter jams up and you are not gripping it tight!). It was, however, good enough to get the holes started and make just enough room to get my other drill in (also a Ryobi).

    Even if it had managed to get all the way through by itself, that was clearly asking too much of it and so I doubt it would have held up for long under that kind of abuse – the gearbox would have stripped or the motor burnt out. I had a suspicion that would be the case when I bought it (I had…

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  8. TonyD

    It’s a good quality cordless drill that drills sideways – about it really. If you’re working in a confined space where you can’t get a conventional drill straight on, then it comes in to its own, with plenty of power behind it.
    Have to say though that with the battery it is quite heavy and I would struggle to use it for long periods

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