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Ryobi Outdoor Tools: 1,600-PSI Electric Pressure Washer EXPIRED

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FYI, the RY141612 electric pressure washer [homedepot.com] has the same performance spec as the previous model RY141600 [homedepot.com]: 1600 psi, 1.2 gpm, 13A. The new one does not have a on-board detergent tank and instead comes with a siphon tube that you stick into the soap bottle or bucket. Gone is the roll-cage frame with handy on-board wand storage that looks tough and upscale but adds to the size and cost -- the new one looks generic. The new one MSRPs for $100 (old one was $120 and went on sale for $80 in March/April).

HD and Ryobi only have computer renderings and not actual photo of the unit. HD claims 12.5 x 9.5 x 10" size, 25' hose yet Ryobi [ryobitools.com] claims 20' hose, so the specs and typos haven't settled out yet. Old model is 17 x 12 x 12" due to the roll cage and soap tank.
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Both mowers are also 16" - which is quite small. Gas mowers are typically 20" to 22". It will take a lot longer to cut your grass. Might be OK if you have a very small yard, but do you really want to spend 2 hours instead of 1 hour cutting a normal sized yard?
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the two battery's are small that are included in the 40 volt mower
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anyone have the trimmer? I like that you can use attachments with it.
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What's the best edger attachment for this? Looking to replace a cheap corded model with cordless that can double as an edger...
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the two battery's are small that are included in the 40 volt mower
Both mowers are also 16" - which is quite small. Gas mowers are typically 20" to 22". It will take a lot longer to cut your grass. Might be OK if you have a very small yard, but do you really want to spend 2 hours instead of 1 hour cutting a normal sized yard?
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I honestly wasn't impressed when i tried the trimmer a few years ago. Maybe it's been improved since, but it really did not feel like it had enough power for a 40V tool. If you don't have a large yard or too much growth though it should be fine.
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Been looking at the 40v blower for a while, hoping it would go on sale. The run time isn't great, but that seems to be the biggest gripe, otherwise it seems to work well. I've got a small yard (<0.25 acre) so I think I should be fine.
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Will the trimmer work as an edger on st, Augustine grass?
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How's the ECHO 21in 58V mower compare to ryobi? $100 more but more powerful and brushless, but I've only got 1/5 acre to do.
Is this a regular sale price for it?
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I bough the 20 inch 40V mower from Ryobi. They are selling like hot cakes at MSRP. Lots of the stores are selling the store model now. I am not sure if they intend to not sell it anymore or they just cannot keep up with demand. Leads me to believe that are if they are still going to sell it, it will not be going on sale anytime soon, so expect to pay the MSRP. Also, it is pretty odd that the 16 in unit has the same MSRP as the 20 in unit.....
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How's the ECHO 21in 58V mower compare to ryobi? $100 more but more powerful and brushless, but I've only got 1/5 acre to do.
Is this a regular sale price for it?
It looks like the unit they sell at Lowes under Greenworks and Kobalt. It is pretty heavy since the unit is metal, not plastic. Should work well provided you do not mind the extra weight.
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FYI, the RY141612 electric pressure washer [homedepot.com] has the same performance spec as the previous model RY141600 [homedepot.com]: 1600 psi, 1.2 gpm, 13A. The new one does not have a on-board detergent tank and instead comes with a siphon tube that you stick into the soap bottle or bucket. Gone is the roll-cage frame with handy on-board wand storage that looks tough and upscale but adds to the size and cost -- the new one looks generic. The new one MSRPs for $100 (old one was $120 and went on sale for $80 in March/April).

HD and Ryobi only have computer renderings and not actual photo of the unit. HD claims 12.5 x 9.5 x 10" size, 25' hose yet Ryobi [ryobitools.com] claims 20' hose, so the specs and typos haven't settled out yet. Old model is 17 x 12 x 12" due to the roll cage and soap tank.
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anyone have the trimmer? I like that you can use attachments with it.
I have the Trimmer/Edger, got it for the same price last your - refurbished (looked like new).

Love it, very easy to use and it's just as powerful as the gas trimmer but without the problems that gas trimmers have. Also, the plus side is the Edger.

When you first start using it you will notice two things: the sound (it's not as noisy as the gas) and the weight (it's much lighter).

At $89 for a 5 year warranty it's a great deal.


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Both mowers are also 16" - which is quite small. Gas mowers are typically 20" to 22". It will take a lot longer to cut your grass. Might be OK if you have a very small yard, but do you really want to spend 2 hours instead of 1 hour cutting a normal sized yard?
If it takes you an hour to mow, you need a rider
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