Summary: " This drill driver has plenty of torque, and the settings are adjustable. With a large capacity chuck, and both hammer and reverse actions, you just can't go wrong. The 18v lithium battery delevers plenty of long lasting power. Excellent vaue for money!
Summary: " This is a good drill/driver, and I bought it to replace my previous Ryobi one which lasted ages and had a hard life - However this one IS NOT Hammer action as the B&Q description states. It is the RCD1802M.
Summary: " Bought this for under £30 and it is worth that & more. Compact but powerful, it drills like a bigger model. Direction switch slightly out of natural reach for my hands but not too much of a stretch. Use with original Ryobi Li-Ion batteries for best results.
Summary: " when i first saw this drill i though that cant be right 29.98 for a ryobi drill then i had to spend another 79.98 for batteries and charger so it ended up costing me 129.96 which still isnt to bad for what the drill is but unless you are in the trade like me for general jobs around the house and garden opt for performance power "
Summary: I have one of these drills bought from another store. What you need to bare in mind is this I suspect is just the bare drill unit with no battery pack or charger. The idea is that if you have several Ryobi products is that they can all share the same battery packs and charger. They even offer a charger that can charge both Ni-Cd or Lithium battery packs in about an hour. Also note that some kits come with a basic charger which takes 8-10 hours to charge a battery.