Ryobi Impact Driver
Ryobi impact drivers are a good choice for both do-it-yourself tasks and professional jobs. The most important feature of a Ryobi impact driver is its low cost, which makes it very affordable. Homeowners who are purchasing their first impact driver in the cordless model will find that this is an excellent choice. Because of the cost factor, professionals purchase these Ryobi devices in bunches to stock up their outfit.
A powerful motor drives the tool and its unique impact mechanism has been particularly designed to drive lag bolts and long screws. The die cast frontal gear covering increases its longevity, while its forward selector and reverse selector and positioned thoughtfully for easy of use. The device has a sleek appearance and offers a comfortable grip, owing to its over-mold cushion grip. A bit and driver storage facility on its base adds to the convenience, and it has two extra accessory bits that have a plug-in lanyard. A quarter-inch coupler allows easy bit changes.
The 18v One+ is the chief model from Ryobi’s line of cordless impact drivers. This model has a weight of 3.5 pounds, and it is robust and durable. It metes out a torque of 850 in/lbs and handles majority of the average tasks. It is not designed to withstand extremely harsh jobs, but that level of functionality is usually not required for household jobs. The Ryobi Variable Speed Clutch Driver is a corded impact driver, which is plugged to a power source for operation, instead of the battery and charger system of the cordless model. It has a twenty-four position clutch which helps control the torque. In fact, the torque can be controlled to the finest possible degree using this clutch. Further, this model has an impressive array of settings. It is very easy to switch between each setting, and all of them offer a high degree of precision.
Ryobi impact drivers offer an excellent opportunity to save money, without compromising on quality. They are not designed for very tough tasks, and homeowners are well aware that they usually don’t need that much of power for their household jobs. For the cost, a Ryobi impact driver will actually exceed one’s expectations. It has a switch lock mechanism to lock the switch trigger in the ‘off’ position, so as to prevent accidental starting. The variable speed switch allows higher trigger pressure, whilst controlling the speed via switch trigger depression.