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Ryobi ZRP320 ONE Plus 18V Cordless Li-Ion 2" Brad Nailer (Refurb,Tool Only) EXPIRED

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CPO Outlets via Rakuten has Ryobi ZRP320 ONE Plus 18V Cordless Lithium-Ion 2" Brad Nailer (Refurbished, Tool Only) for $84.99 - 20% Off with coupon code HOME20 (apply during checkout) = $67.99. Shipping is free. Thanks dishting_dishting

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This cordless brad nailer is rated to shoot up to 60 nails per minute and up to 700 nails on a full charge. It features a 105 nail capacity magazine, Grip-Light technology (engages LED by grasping the tool handle), selectable drive switch with single sequential or contact actuation, and tool-less depth of drive adjustment. It comes with a 120 day money back guarantee.

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CPO outlets via rakuten offering Refurbished RYOBI ZRP320 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless AirStrike 18-Gauge Brad Nailer (Tool Only) for $68 using the promo code "HOME20". You will also get 1,260 point ($12.60) as rakuten points.

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On the fence as regular price for new with full warranty is $99 at HD and this is only saving $21 with a 60 day 3rd party warranty with a formula for returning it, as I have to pay tax either way not sure it's worth the difference to find out how well of a secondary source refurb was done.
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This nail gun is sweet. I'd love to see a deal on the ridgid nailer since I have 5 batteries, but I use my dads ryobi all the time and I dont have any complaints
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I would recommend getting the ridgid to ryobi batter converter. That's if your ridgid batteries are 18v as well. This way you can take advantage of both.
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This nail gun is sweet. I'd love to see a deal on the ridgid nailer since I have 5 batteries, but I use my dads ryobi all the time and I dont have any complaints
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This nail gun is sweet. I'd love to see a deal on the ridgid nailer since I have 5 batteries, but I use my dads ryobi all the time and I dont have any complaints
I would recommend getting the ridgid to ryobi batter converter. That's if your ridgid batteries are 18v as well. This way you can take advantage of both.
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I have this brad nailer. Amazing tool. Got it at HD for $99 new. If you need the 16 GA nailer too, HD sometimes has a sale for both for $259 that comes with a battery. Worth it for $68 refurb.
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I have this, it works great - it easily drives nails in flush. I also have the Ryobi AirStrike stapler and its by far the best stapler I ever used.
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Many folks have been buying HD pallets and selling Ryobi off Craig's, offer up and let go for less brand new.
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On the fence as regular price for new with full warranty is $99 at HD and this is only saving $21 with a 60 day 3rd party warranty with a formula for returning it, as I have to pay tax either way not sure it's worth the difference to find out how well of a secondary source refurb was done.
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I have one and it's one of the best tools I own
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As others have said, I love this tool. If this was for the narrow crown stapler I would be all over it in a heartbeat, but pass since I already have it. I'd love to see some deals on the angled 15ga nailer but I'm not sure if they're even still making that one.
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Get this if you want it. It's a great tool. Love mine.
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I would recommend getting the ridgid to ryobi batter converter. That's if your ridgid batteries are 18v as well. This way you can take advantage of both.
Where can I find such an adaptor ?
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On the fence as regular price for new with full warranty is $99 at HD and this is only saving $21 with a 60 day 3rd party warranty with a formula for returning it, as I have to pay tax either way not sure it's worth the difference to find out how well of a secondary source refurb was done.
I picked up the 16 gauge nailer refurbed by CPO via Rakuten a couple weeks ago. Excellent as new condition. Works great. I'm grabbing this one too. Thanks OP!
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I have the older version (blue ryobi) which does staplers too. I feel it's a little under powered. Is this version considerably better to the older one? If anyone has used both, please advice.
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