There are some fastening or hole boring applications that a standard drill / driver just can’t handle. Now and again you wish to have to work under a sink or in the rafters of a crawlspace. For those times, you can want to use a right angle drill that can work properly in those awkward environments. For those situations, use the Ryobi P241. It’s a compact, powerful drill that has more than enough torque and rotational speed for many household and professional applications. Beyond the 130 inch pounds of torque and 1,100 revolutions per minute, it comes loaded with features that provide you with maximum utility and comfort. When you’re on your back, losing your fasteners is the last thing you wish to have to have happen. The onboard magnetic bit tray keeps them on you without worrying about dropping them. If your workplace is a little damp, you can still be able to maintain a grip with the carefully designed hex rubber overmold on the handle, allowing you maximum grip strength and freedom of movement in slippery conditions. The P241 also comes equipped with a powerful LED that will keep your work subjects illuminated when you wish to have to see them the most. When you find yourself stuck under a sink or crawlspace, drilling holes with multiple different kinds of bits, you can be happy to have your trusty Ryobi product by your side.
LONG-NECK DESIGN allows for greater leverage and reach into awkward places for specific applications that standard drill / drivers don’t seem to be suited for, like plumbing or HVAC installation
ONBOARD MAGNETIC TRAY holds bits and fasteners for when you wish to have both hands open to use the tool whilst on the job
LED LIGHTING keeps your job illuminated whilst working in dark or tight spaces, allowing you to work with improved accuracy
RUBBERIZED OVERGRIP means that you can hold this tightly in slippery conditions, bearing in mind greater keep watch over for proper fastener driving and hole boring
ONE+ COMPATIBLE: This tool works with multiple 18V batteries in Ryobi’s suite, including the P100, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107, and P108