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Home Depot In Store Only, Today Only : Ryobi 18v Trimmer and Blower kit with 2.0 AH battery and charger, $69.88

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Not knocking the deal price at all, but I have the 18v and the 40v. Personally, there was too much work for the 18v to handle. I needed the 40v (blower and trimmer) to get the job done without multiple battery recharges. Just my 2 cents.
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Is this the same as the 89 deal yesterday?
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Is this the same as the 89 deal yesterday?
No yesterday model was newer and had the 2.6ah battery
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Not knocking the deal price at all, but I have the 18v and the 40v. Personally, there was too much work for the 18v to handle. I needed the 40v (blower and trimmer) to get the job done without multiple battery recharges. Just my 2 cents.
18v works fine here. Can trim both the front and back yards, then use blower to clean up side walks, driveway and around pool, all on a same single battery without charging. I do have Ryobi 40v mower though, which uses 1 1/2 batteries to do just the front if I wait too long. I'll eventually pickup 40v trimmer and blower just to have the extra battery for the mower.
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So partially related question, is home depot going to have one ryobi tool special everyday?

Also I have the blower in this bundle and I like it, I even have used it to blow snow off my car when I'm feeling lazy in the winter.
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So partially related question, is home depot going to have one ryobi tool special everyday?

Also I have the blower in this bundle and I like it, I even have used it to blow snow off my car when I'm feeling lazy in the winter.
I think Ryobi tool days are coming up so it's possible?
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Can you refill the spool yourself or do you have to buy cartridges like the Worx line trimmer?
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Isn't the main difference between voltages the runtime?

I read somewhere that 40v v 18v doesn't mean it's necessarily more powerful, but that it will run much longer.
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Just bought our first house and I basically have nothing. Is Ryobi a decent brand? I've been seeing these combo deals but it's hard to know which one to pull the trigger on
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Not knocking the deal price at all, but I have the 18v and the 40v. Personally, there was too much work for the 18v to handle. I needed the 40v (blower and trimmer) to get the job done without multiple battery recharges. Just my 2 cents.
How big is your yard?
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Isn't the main difference between voltages the runtime?

I read somewhere that 40v v 18v doesn't mean it's necessarily more powerful, but that it will run much longer.
Amp hour (AH) is a measure of battery capacity and will determine the run time.
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At 18v, you'll probably need 3 batteries.
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So partially related question, is home depot going to have one ryobi tool special everyday?

Also I have the blower in this bundle and I like it, I even have used it to blow snow off my car when I'm feeling lazy in the winter.
If you're referring to the "today only" deals then no. There's a sign that has every special for the two weeks. Random products.
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Amp hour (AH) is a measure of battery capacity and will determine the run time.
Adding to that, voltage could also influence run time. With higher voltages you need less current (amps) to do the same amount of work.
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