Ryobi 18 Volt One+ 2-Speed Hammer Drill P211 Hothttps://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/5d/37/c9/100_P211_1204569543.jpg
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
Chuck: 1/2" heavy duty
RPM: 0-440/0-1,600 (no load speeds)
Clutch: 24 position
Weight: 3.9 lbs.
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.