About $70 (charger and 2.4Ah lithium-ion battery sold separately for about $119); ryobitools.comOur two cents:
"Surprisingly long battery life for such an inexpensive tool, but it lacked the same amount of protective rubber bumpers around the motor housing as other single-speed models."Highlight:
Holds two bits on board.Test results:
Drove 113 4 ½
-inch SDS screws on one charge. Drove a 6-inch SDS screw in 21 seconds. Drove a 2 ½
-inch deck screw in 17 seconds. Drilled a ¾
-inch hole in 4 seconds. Average recharge time: 65 minutes.Tool stats:
5.1 pounds; maximum ipm: 3,500; maximum rpm: 2,400; maximum torque: 1,200 in.-lbs. Includes three-year tool warranty.