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The Right Deals for the Job: Save Over $100 on Ryobi Power Tools

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Keeping your home in tip-top shape is easy when you've got the right tools for the job. Whether you're looking for ladders, power tools, or just a few extra bits, you'll find it all in this week's roundup of the best tool deals.

Werner Telescoping LadderWerner 22-Foot Telescoping Ladder
Store: Home Depot
Price: $129 with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $53

Is It Worth It?: First things first: You won't accomplish any odd jobs around your home if you can't reach them. The Werner 22-foot telescoping ladder has the reach and versatility to get you where you need to go, and at a $53 savings. This adaptable ladder features a 300-lb. weight limit and 28 configurations.


Ryobi One+ KitRyobi 18V One+ Super Combo Kit
Store: Home Depot
Price: $129 with free shipping
Lowest By: $105

Is It Worth It?: You can stock your garage for almost every conceivable job with this Ryobi One+ combo kit. At $129, it's a $105 current price low and $20 cheaper than our previous mention. This kit includes an 18-volt 2-speed drill driver, a circular saw with a 5.5" carbide-tipped blade, a variable-speed reciprocating saw, a swivel-head work light, and two 18-volt ONE+ lithium-ion batteries.


Craftsman Driving SetCraftsman 54-Piece Driving Set
Store: Sears
Price: $12.49 with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $12

Is It Worth It?: Don't let a lack of bits stand between you and a house full of completed projects! This Craftsman driving set includes a 1/4" Speed-Lok quick connector, a magnetic bit holder, 33 assorted 1" insert bits, nine assorted 2" power bits, three 3" power bits, seven assorted nut setters, and a molded case. You can pick it up for just $12, which is a $12 price low.


tool kitGreat Neck Essentials 34-Piece Tool Kit
Store: Walmart
Price: $13.05 with in-store pickup
Lowest By: $17

Is It Worth It?: Even if you'd rather call a professional than hang a picture by yourself, no home should be without some kind of tool kit. Available for just $13, the Great Neck Essentials 34-piece Around the House kit is a barebones collection of hardware must-haves. This kit comes with a 3.6-volt cordless screwdriver, 19 assorted 1" bits, three screwdrivers, a magnetic bit driver, a claw hammer, both long nose and diagonal pliers, a 6" adjustable wrench, a level, and a tool bag.


Fenix PD22UE FlashlightFenix PD22 Ultimate Edition Flashlight
Store: Fenix Lighting
Price: $48 via coupon code "LD40APRIL" with free shipping EXPIRED
Lowest By: $10

Is It Worth It?: Shine a little (or a lot) of light on any work situation with the Fenix PD22 Ultimate Edition flashlight. This professional-grade torch features up to 510 Lumens of illumination despite its mere 4", 2 oz. frame. Apply the coupon code above to nab this flashlight for $48, which is a $10 low.

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Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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Scroogus Maximus
Ryobi makes junk tools. This is a way to get starter tools, but you get what you pay for. The batteries die really quickly, and the drills burn out after even light use, which is too bad. If you don't do more than a small project (e.g. a dog house) a year, Ryobi are a good way to go. If you're actually going to use the things, however, save yourself the frustration by saving up for Ridgid, DeWalt or another higher-quality brand.