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you are right Josh, and with 2 batteries, a charger, and a 1 year warranty its a good deal.
If I didn't already have 2 ridgid 18v drills, I'd get one, but I can't keep all the ones I have now busy.
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Josh, not to beat a dead horse here but I agree, and that's why the lack of more tool choices is so frustrating. I would bet that if Ridgid offered a heavy duty impact, grinder/cut off, etc new buyers and current Ridgid 18volt owners would snap them up! Ryobi does not have the build quality, strength or battery I look for, and I can't afford to invest in a new brand such as Milwaukee, or Bosch.