As briefed earlier in this article, Ryobi has the target audience, looking for inexpensive and quality products, usually for regular day-to-day use. Apart from Ryobi cordless drills, the company manufactures a diverse range (right-angle, hammer, high torque etc.) of drills, it also manufactures vacuums/sprays, generators, pressure washers, lighting, audio speakers, saws and lawnmowers.
The top running product lineup of Ryobi is their 18V one+ products. This alone product lineup has almost more than 175 productive products. These products are powered by cordless lithium-ion batteries, which are super responsive to get the task completed in time. This lineup includes products for cars, drilling, fastening, cutting, plumbing and much more. The best part is that if you stick to their ecosystem, you can productively use the 18V super responsive batteries interchangeably.
Milwaukee, on the other hand, manufactures a little pricier power tools than Ryobi. They are designed for different professional needs. Milwaukee’s product lineup consists of tools needed for drilling, fastening, concrete works, cleaning and installations, saws, lasers, vacuums, and word working.
The top product lineup of Milwaukee is M18 Red-lithium high torque appliances. They claim to be 50% more powerful and cooler than most standard and old batteries. It feels like using a 15A corded appliance. These batteries allow the operator to push their power tools harder and further like never before. Briefly, these batteries deliver more work per charge and more battery runtime.