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Written by Chris     March 03, 2008    
 
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Manufacturer
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Model #
P211
MSRP
??
Includes:
P211 Drill<br />
Auxiliary Handle<br />
Magnetic Bit Holder<br />
2 Bits<br />
Depth Stop Rod<br />
Battery and Charger sold separately

Torque IV clutch override for quick mode changes from drilling to driving
1/2" Single sleeve keyless chuck with spindle lock for quick easy bit changes
2 speed transmission and 24 position clutch for high torque applications
Mag Tray magnetic holder for screws and bits
GripZone overmold
for added comfort

Battery:18V
Chuck:
1/2" heavy duty
RPM:
0-440/0-1,600 (no load speeds)
BPM:
0-5720/0-20800
Clutch:
24 position
Weight: 3.9 lbs.

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Average user rating from: 1 user(s)

Overall rating 
 
4.6
Function 
 
4.0  (1)
Battery Life 
 
4.0  (1)
Quality 
 
5.0  (1)
Value 
 
5.0  (1)
Comfort 
 
5.0  (1)
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I've had this tool for about three years and used it in multiple concrete-, mortar- and brick-drilling projects. Battery life -- especially with lithium-ion cells -- is quite good ... 25-40 holes per charge. Bit changes are easy and the auto-lock makes tightening them a simple one-handed operation. The motor is very quiet and runs cool for the work it's doing. The side handle and depth gauge, plus the tipped-back angle of the motor, make this a comfortable tool to use in most any position.
One interesting thing I've learned is that if I use a nut driver with the drill set in "hammer" position, it effectively works like an impact driver. Handy!!
Not all of Ryobi's 18-volt tools are worthy of a "great" rating, but this one is.
Overall rating 
 
4.6
Function 
 
4.0
Battery Life 
 
4.0
Quality 
 
5.0
Value 
 
5.0
Comfort 
 
5.0
Reviewed by John July 27, 2012

Gets the job done just fine

I've had this tool for about three years and used it in multiple concrete-, mortar- and brick-drilling projects. Battery life -- especially with lithium-ion cells -- is quite good ... 25-40 holes per charge. Bit changes are easy and the auto-lock makes tightening them a simple one-handed operation. The motor is very quiet and runs cool for the work it's doing. The side handle and depth gauge, plus the tipped-back angle of the motor, make this a comfortable tool to use in most any position.
One interesting thing I've learned is that if I use a nut driver with the drill set in "hammer" position, it effectively works like an impact driver. Handy!!
Not all of Ryobi's 18-volt tools are worthy of a "great" rating, but this one is.

Pros
Well made, effective, nicely balanced, economical
Cons
Speed could be faster in "hammer" mode
Made in
China
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