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Works fast on tough clogs
Attach to any drill chuck for easy unclogging
4-1/2 foot flexible cable for use in sink and tub drains of most sizes

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Do these only fit ryobi tools?
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Anyone know how well this works?
This will scratch/damage the porcelain.
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Why get this over a 20ft drum auger?
price is the only benefit i see
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Just went OOS
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Sometimes the clog is too deep and thick for a plunger....
A plunger can damage the fittings under the sink. And, many people have no idea how to replace them. No matter how simplistic it is. It's better to take off the trap, and see if the clog is there or hanging in the pipe prior to the trap.
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Do these only fit ryobi tools?
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Attach to any drill chuck for easy unclogging
emphasis on any drill
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Do these only fit ryobi tools?
Yes, and is also compatible with Bose.
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Out of stock
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People must be hungry for deals today when there are 17K views for a crappy (pun intended) drain snake that is on sale for 59 cents less than the regular price and it sells out quickly. LOL.
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I love this one for sinks. Works great.


https://www.walmart.com/ip/DRAIN-CLEANER-TOOL-ZIP-IT/21799377?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=466&adid=22222222228016810213&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=m&wl3=51797857031&wl4=aud-566049426705:pla-83200646591&wl5=21152&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=111840037&wl11=online&wl12=21799377&veh=sem&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI1MPAhaDl5QIViYCfCh2GOA4JEAQYASABEgJGiPD_BwE[/URL]
$5.59 + $23.30 shipping? I'd opt for the one posted.
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Regularly 2.99
Direct Tools is the outlet store for Ryobi, so even their normal price is going to be a good price. This typically sells for $10 regular price at Home Depot [homedepot.com].
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Clog is likely to be further than this thing will go, causing more frustration than it is worth. Just get a real drain snake.
There're many twists, turns, and junctions within the first few feet of most drains that are quite likely to get clogged. I'd sure try this first...
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Seems you cannot checkout on their site right now....."server error" after entering in shipping address
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Direct Tools is the outlet store for Ryobi, so even their normal price is going to be a good price. This typically sells for $10 regular price at Home Depot [homedepot.com].

There're many twists, turns, and junctions within the first few feet of most drains that are quite likely to get clogged. I'd sure try this first...
If you are dealing with a sink, you would remove the pipe from the wall that goes up the the sink, from there there is a SINGLE turn within the 4~ft you would have. The sink itself has a few turns, so if you have a clog in only the sink itself then yes maybe it could be useful there. Generally if you have a clog in the sink itself, all you need is a dry vac to remove it.

If you tried to use this on a toilet, you would make it 2.5~ft down the pipe, as the rest of the distance would be inside of the toilet itself.
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If you are dealing with a sink, you would remove the pipe from the wall that goes up the the sink, from there there is a SINGLE turn within the 4~ft you would have. The sink itself has a few turns, so if you have a clog in only the sink itself then yes maybe it could be useful there. Generally if you have a clog in the sink itself, all you need is a dry vac to remove it.

If you tried to use this on a toilet, you would make it 2.5~ft down the pipe, as the rest of the distance would be inside of the bowl itself.
This tool is to clear a sink or tub (not toilet) drain clog within the first several feet WITHOUT having to remove the trap.

It only costs a couple bucks and is quick and easy to do. I see no reason to not try this first before calling a plumber or taking the drain apart and using a bigger tool.

BTW I own and maintain several properties with dozens of sinks and bathtubs. I use everything from the dollar store plastic drain rooter to a big drum machine, but I always try the easiest and quickest method first.
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This is one of those things you buy one time, use one time, and never make the same mistake again.

It's well worth spending $15 more to get a self contained one. These make a mess as another poster correctly pointed out.
$15 huh? I had to spring over $200 on a 50ft. Could have gotten it much cheaper on eBay but deep kitchen clogs & ain't nobody got time for 1 week+
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