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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Li-Ion Cordless String Trimmer & Blower Combo Kit EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger & Blower/Sweeper Combo Kit (P2034) for $69. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup if stock is available. Thanks Ryand63

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  • Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Trimmer/Edger
  • Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Blower/Sweeper
  • Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Compact Lithium-ion Battery
  • Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Charger
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Decent deal at $69+tax. String Trimmer, Blower, Battery and Charger included.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../300597500
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I can't speak to the trimmer since I have the 40v Ryobi model, but you can get some higher capacity batteries (4aH and the newly released 6aH) that would increase the run time in these tools. I do have this blower/sweeper and wouldn't recommend anything less than the 4aH battery, gives it a little more blowing power and also that tool does drain the battery pretty fast. A 4aH battery will get you about 20 minutes of run time.
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Got this for $50 last year during one of those Holiday sales but haven't seen it for that price since. This is a decent deal if you need one now.
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Got this last week. Haven't done any trimming until now, but it seemed weak, I blew threw battery quickly (had 2 spares), it couldn't handle lots of my shrubbery (to be fair it was a year of uncontrolled growth) and I ate through all of the string after about an hour, hour and a half. I'll definitely be getting something more powerful for clearing, but this is probably fine for maintenance.
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Got this last week. Haven't done any trimming until now, but it seemed weak, I blew threw battery quickly (had 2 spares), it couldn't handle lots of my shrubbery (to be fair it was a year of uncontrolled growth) and I ate through all of the string after about an hour, hour and a half. I'll definitely be getting something more powerful for clearing, but this is probably fine for maintenance.
I've had good luck with these: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../204589660 but you have to be in control and not hit things like bricks, trees, concrete, etc with them. I suspect most of the reviewers just whip them around like they would with string.

I've used them mostly on tough to mow areas and weeds. It sounds like you're cutting through some heavy stuff though.
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Got this last week. Haven't done any trimming until now, but it seemed weak, I blew threw battery quickly (had 2 spares), it couldn't handle lots of my shrubbery (to be fair it was a year of uncontrolled growth) and I ate through all of the string after about an hour, hour and a half. I'll definitely be getting something more powerful for clearing, but this is probably fine for maintenance.
I have had good results with my set. This is nice because it includes battery and charger. I have not used to trim shrubs - only grass.
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Got this last week. Haven't done any trimming until now, but it seemed weak, I blew threw battery quickly (had 2 spares), it couldn't handle lots of my shrubbery (to be fair it was a year of uncontrolled growth) and I ate through all of the string after about an hour, hour and a half. I'll definitely be getting something more powerful for clearing, but this is probably fine for maintenance.
I can't speak to the trimmer since I have the 40v Ryobi model, but you can get some higher capacity batteries (4aH and the newly released 6aH) that would increase the run time in these tools. I do have this blower/sweeper and wouldn't recommend anything less than the 4aH battery, gives it a little more blowing power and also that tool does drain the battery pretty fast. A 4aH battery will get you about 20 minutes of run time.
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I've had good luck with these: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../204589660 but you have to be in control and not hit things like bricks, trees, concrete, etc with them. I suspect most of the reviewers just whip them around like they would with string.

I've used them mostly on tough to mow areas and weeds. It sounds like you're cutting through some heavy stuff though.
That would have definitely helped! Thanks!
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Got this last week. Haven't done any trimming until now, but it seemed weak, I blew threw battery quickly (had 2 spares), it couldn't handle lots of my shrubbery (to be fair it was a year of uncontrolled growth) and I ate through all of the string after about an hour, hour and a half. I'll definitely be getting something more powerful for clearing, but this is probably fine for maintenance.
This model trimmer really uses up the expensive string quickly.

The following videos suggests going bump feed on the more expensive model:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfsF26Dgrc4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuygY0KA3j8
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I have these. They are slightly better than "toy grade". The blower will work on dry grass clippings on concrete. The trimmer will work on thin grasses. Anything more robust and they won't hack it. My driveway had a couple of clumps of crabgrass at the edge and it wouldn't cut through the thicker parts of it. If you have nice grass and no need for blowing leaves or similar, this is for you.
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I tried using some old Ryobi one batteries I had in new edger. Both batteries got me about two feet before dead

Grabbed new 6ah batteries and had zero issues and only went through half a battery. Might just be you have crapped out batteries
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I've had good luck with these: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../204589660 but you have to be in control and not hit things like bricks, trees, concrete, etc with them. I suspect most of the reviewers just whip them around like they would with string.

I've used them mostly on tough to mow areas and weeds. It sounds like you're cutting through some heavy stuff though.
Do you think with this blade I could cut ivy? I ordered it and sort of already regret it. Might not pick it up.
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I bought this the last time it was $69. Very, very weak string trimmer. The blower is ok if all you want is to blow a bit of grass or leaves off the driveway. I returned it in favor of a 40v version. Much happier now.
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I got one of these trimmers. If it stops working, one of the wires got loose inside. It's a common problem with these. You have to open it and reattach the wire.

It's a good deal, but I doubt FP for this price
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