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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt 7-1/4" Brushless Cordless Circular Saw (Pre-Owned, Tool Only) EXPIRED

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DirectToolsOutlet.com has Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt 7-1/4" Brushless Cordless Circular Saw (Certified Pre-Owned, Tool Only, ZRP508) on sale for $35.99. Shipping is free. Thanks bill_tong
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CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED
RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt 7-1/4 In. Brushless Circular Saw

Condition is usually good from direct tools, even though preowned.

Shipping is free.

https://www.directtoolsoutlet.com...w/p/ZRP508
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Also have the brushless trimmer with battery for $58.
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I had them send a DOA ryobi nailer a few months ago. Looked brand new (was a refurb), but was DOA. They exchanged it per my request - took ~5 days to ship it to them and get a replacement. Very good overall experience despite the rocky initial experience.
Thanks. That's reassuring.
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If you aren't in the Ryobi line already, you'd need a battery for this as it is a bare tool only. Personally i prefer this for the portability. Not needing to worry about extension cords. I have too many batteries as it is, so I swap them as needed and never have an issue.
The "in the Ryobi line" might seem daunting to some, but it's $13 for a conversion adapter to use any other brand battery with your preferred tool.

If you already have batteries from another brand, getting another brand's cordless tool is no longer a major commitment.
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This seems like a good deal. In for one. I'm not expecting miracles, but this looks like a big improvement over the smaller blade one that came with a kit.
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I've never made any purchase from direct tools before.

Can someone explain to me the difference between refurbished vs certified pre owned?

Does the manufacturer "fix" these tools before they get sold to us?

If so, is that considered refurbished?

If not, is that considered certified pre owned?

I always question....why did the previous owner get rid of it? What was wrong with it.
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The "in the Ryobi line" might seem daunting to some, but it's $13 for a conversion adapter to use any other brand battery with your preferred tool.

If you already have batteries from another brand, getting another brand's cordless tool is no longer a major commitment.
Do you have a link for the adapter? Tried to look up but saw them around 26$. I have Dewalt 20v batteries.
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I didn't get this, although its a hella deal, but i got the ryobi corded planer that costs $70 at Home Depot and still $50 on OfferUp and pawnshops. I got it for $26 plus tax certified pre owned and free shipping which is a current promotion that wasn't available last week. So my total was $29.xx. This is the first time i buy from directtools and hopefully this purchase wasn't too good to be true lol. Seen a lot of good reviews on here from previous deals so I hope all goes well.
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I've never made any purchase from direct tools before.

Can someone explain to me the difference between refurbished vs certified pre owned?

Does the manufacturer "fix" these tools before they get sold to us?

If so, is that considered refurbished?

If not, is that considered certified pre owned?

I always question....why did the previous owner get rid of it? What was wrong with it.
DTO is an official ryobi reseller of refurbished tools, of which there are "factory blemished" and "certified preowned" types. The only real difference is the preowned comes with a 1year warranty, and the factory blemished has a 2-3 year depending on the tool.
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Good. They would add a 1.3ah anyway.
Facts! And wtf will a 1.3ah do for any tool outside of an impact? Nada... I gave 2x 1.3ah to my pops bc I never use them, he will drill 2 holes every so often and survive
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I need to cut about 8' across a blacktop driveway just deep enough(an inch or two) to bury low voltage line for landscape lights. Am looking at the cheaper 6.5" pre-owned brushed saw that was linked here since I'm afraid my real circ saw might get messed up if I used it, instead.

Thoughts on whether using this 18v ryobi would do the job?
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Nice saw. (no homo)
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Is this a safe online store to buy from? How are they with returns?
I have purchased a few reburb tools from them and they all looked and performed as new. I'm in on this deal too!
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Is this a safe online store to buy from? How are they with returns?
I order from them all the time. They are the outlet for Home Depot branded power tools (I forget the company name that owns Ryobi/ridgid/etc). Anything labeled "factory blemished" is actually brand new sealed in box. I have a lot of their refurb stuff and MOST of it looks brand new, only a few items you can tell were used. Whenever I'm down south (East coast) I make it a point to stop by their physical store to buy a few items. $7 shipping kills the deal sometimes if ordering just one item so I make it a point to order a bunch of stuff at once. Sometimes amazing deals, other times not the best. You need to know your prices.
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That would be a complete waste. They would need to add an HP battery since this is brushless and i think 3ah is the smallest HP they make. At this price point, i am not surprised a battery isn't included.
Non-HP batteries work with brushless tools too, you just get more power and longer runtimes with the HP version.

But yes, I agree that the 1.3Ah doesn't have enough capacity to run a power hungry tool such as this for more than a few quick cuts.

I think the other guy was saying it's probably good that this is a bare tool deal, because a kit at this low price point would surely come with the smallest/cheapest battery available.
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Great saw and price. I use this one pretty often. Much better with the brushless motor.
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