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Ryobi ONE+ 120 MPH 18V Li-Ion Cordless Hard Surface Leaf Blower

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 120 MPH 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Hard Surface Leaf Blower/Sweeper (P2102) on sale for $49.88 with free in-store pick up. Thanks lingula6

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Designed for 1-handed operation to make quick work of clearing driveways, sidewalks & decks. The 18-Volt, lithium-ion battery helps provide a long run time and is compatible with other Ryobi ONE+ tools for added convenience. - brisar

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Sale is back and valid 4/21 - 5/31
Regular price $79.97
Reduced to $49.88

This is the lightest weight blower.
Comes with an 18 volt battery and charger - this is typically $50 alone, so it's like you're getting a free blower

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../202042150
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Ryobi makes another one and its much better. It has the jet nozzle design and it can blow leaf, hay and small pebble rocks. I love it.

This one I got: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../206451819

This one here I dont recommend. It is bad!
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Anyone TDing this isn't reading that it's a "hard surface" blower. It's not a leaf blower. I have the massive Ego 56v leaf blower for yard work, but the Ryobi is much better for blowing out the garage / driveway.
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Seems like a good price. Unfortunately, not one of Ryobi's better designs. Cordless convenience is nice but not anywhere as effective as my corded blower. The small opening of the nozzle/air outlet helps explain my point.
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Seems like a good price. Unfortunately, not one of Ryobi's better designs. Cordless convenience is nice but not anywhere as effective as my corded blower. The small opening of the nozzle/air outlet helps explain my point.
Ryobi makes another one and its much better. It has the jet nozzle design and it can blow leaf, hay and small pebble rocks. I love it.

This one I got: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-.../206451819

This one here I dont recommend. It is bad!
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It seems like the majority of the bad reviews are complaining about the poor runtime. A p108 battery would solve that and probably give it more power as well. I'm in for one.

Anyone want to buy the battery and charger it comes with?
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I have this one from the sale they had a few weeks ago... its really a light duty blower, would have prefer to pay more for the one mention above.
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Seems like a good price. Unfortunately, not one of Ryobi's better designs. Cordless convenience is nice but not anywhere as effective as my corded blower. The small opening of the nozzle/air outlet helps explain my point.
I own one, and do not recommend. It is a toy. It would take forever to clean my yard with this blower. Not worth the time and money.
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I have one. Works for blowing dry material off of sidewalks/driveway/patio. Very light duty. Short run time with included battery. Decent for what it is, but if you need anything more serious look elsewhere.
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Is it worth it for the battery and charger alone (blower as a 'bonus')? I have a few Ryobi 18v and only have NiCad batteries.
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Anyone TDing this isn't reading that it's a "hard surface" blower. It's not a leaf blower. I have the massive Ego 56v leaf blower for yard work, but the Ryobi is much better for blowing out the garage / driveway.
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Is it worth it for the battery and charger alone (blower as a 'bonus')? I have a few Ryobi 18v and only have NiCad batteries.
I would say no, this looks like the smaller 2ah (1.3) battery. Buy the 4ah batteries when on sale. But, if you have a need for the blower, may not be bad deal...but get some higher ah batteries.
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Nice Father's Day gift.. thanks op!
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Is it worth it for the battery and charger alone (blower as a 'bonus')? I have a few Ryobi 18v and only have NiCad batteries.
This appears to come with a P105 battery, like most of Riobi's bundles. If it is, it's small (too small to do a yard unless the blower is really underpowered) and they get bad reviews because of their poor reliability. I bought two Ryobi tools that came with batteries and chargers and just like the reviews warn, the batteries were dead in months. Rather that pay more than I paid for the bundle to buy a better-reviewed (but also higher capacity) battery, I bought better tools and put the Ryobi stuff on Craigslist. A $60 bundle doesn't sound as appealing when you consider that a more reliable replacement battery is in the $85 and up range.

They're just trying to get you in the door with these combos - if you have their tools, you'll need batteries and if you have batteries, you'll buy their tools. I don't have a ton of brand loyalty but if you're going to buy into a company's battery "ecosystem," pick something better than Ryobi. I wouldn't mind a corded tool from them though.
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As other mentioned this is pretty much basic blower , not much power and also battery life is not bad . and this price is there since last 4 weeks I guess
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