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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Li-ion String Trimmer/Edger + Blower Combo w/ Battery & Charger EXPIRED

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Was $99.00
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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ 2.0Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery (2-Pack)
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18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion High Capacity Lithium+ Battery Pack 4.0Ah (2-Pack)
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18-Volt ONE+ SuperCharger and 2 Lithium-Ion Batteries Kit
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I can't speak to the Ryobi but I imagine my 20V B&D stuff is comparable. I had gas everything and ended up making the switch. The weight savings alone was worth it aside from the occasional maintenance and storage of gas equipment. Would do it all over again. Keep both and see where your compromise point is.

We all know battery just doesn't have the raw power that gas does. Quite simply it's where you will be satisfied; have proper expectations. Eg blowe - I have a 3 car garage and driveway with sidewalks, not a ton of trees. One 1.5ah battery is plenty for it. For grass and leaves and occasional small rocks/debris it's great. The trimmer eats up batteries but doesn't have a problem in even the thickest of my grass. You can't upgrade heads as easily though but my battery trimmer weighs half as much as my gas and doesn't wreck the fence if I get too close.

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Does anyone have this that can comment on how strong the blower actually is? I have an old gas-powered unit which is limping along right now...but will probably replace this year and was wondering if this would be a goo strong blower or just a weak, "blow a few leaves" kind of thing due to its battery nature?
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i literally just bought this combo for $99 on monday. looks like its going back. thanks for the post!
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This deal or another for $89.99?

Aside from the adjustable handle and edger guide on the trimmer, I'm not quite sure what the differences are that would help one to decide. Does anyone know the difference between the blowers? Both reviews called the blower under-powered.

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i literally just bought this combo for $99 on monday. looks like its going back. thanks for the post!
How is it?
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Interested in comments as well. I'll still probably keep a gas unit on hand but this seems like a good option for quick work.

Also, I remember reading where people were complaining about the line feed but I don't know what model that was.
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I bought this a month ago and love the combo. Trimmer is great and can do my large yard on one battery. Blower is a little underpowered but is great for general use and garage cleanup. Still use my gas blower for heavy leaves.
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I can't speak to the Ryobi but I imagine my 20V B&D stuff is comparable. I had gas everything and ended up making the switch. The weight savings alone was worth it aside from the occasional maintenance and storage of gas equipment. Would do it all over again. Keep both and see where your compromise point is.

We all know battery just doesn't have the raw power that gas does. Quite simply it's where you will be satisfied; have proper expectations. Eg blowe - I have a 3 car garage and driveway with sidewalks, not a ton of trees. One 1.5ah battery is plenty for it. For grass and leaves and occasional small rocks/debris it's great. The trimmer eats up batteries but doesn't have a problem in even the thickest of my grass. You can't upgrade heads as easily though but my battery trimmer weighs half as much as my gas and doesn't wreck the fence if I get too close.

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Been looking at this for my wife to use around the house when I'm not around to break out the gas equipment. I am already invested in Ryobi power tools so it would make sense to stick with them for me rather than investing in a separate battery system.
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Does anyone have this that can comment on how strong the blower actually is? I have an old gas-powered unit which is limping along right now...but will probably replace this year and was wondering if this would be a goo strong blower or just a weak, "blow a few leaves" kind of thing due to its battery nature?
The blower is good for sweeping light dry material off of concrete or asphalt.
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I purchased a Black & Decker 20V Trimmer ( https://www.blackanddecker.com/pr...ger/lst220 ) a couple of years ago. It uses the same line size and has a similar battery voltage. Since purchasing it, I have been less than impressed. The battery lasts about 15 minutes and the small line size can only cut light grass at a very slow rate. I still use it occasionally but have gone back to my Echo trimmer with .095 line which makes quick work of the tallest grass. Battery trimmers may be OK if you get one with a much larger battery and one that will take a thicker line size.
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The blower is good for sweeping light dry material off of concrete or asphalt.
Yeah, that is about it for the blower. Had this and returned it. Have the dewalt 20v as well and that is my goto cordless blower. I have plenty of the ryobi tools and batteries, but for tougher yardwork this is not the blower.
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My two batteries are getting old. I will get a extra battery and a blower for that quick cleanup of garage and a trimmer for that little grass on the edges.
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I have the trimmer and like it going into its second season of light use. Very happy with it. The blower is fine if all you want to do is dust off your driveway. I run the blower with cheap NiMH batteries (charge one while I'm triming, they have a high rate of internal discharge).
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