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Direct Tools Factory Outlet [directtoolsoutlet.com] has RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt Shears Certified Pre-Owned for $42.90 Free Shipping

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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt 18-Gauge offset shear features an off-set head, this shear is great for cutting various materials, like chicken wire, steel and roofing shingles The rotating head design makes it easy to adjust the angle of the shear to fit your job. This tools blades are replaceable for continued performance and a variable speed trigger gives you optimal control all the way through your cut.

Rotating head for versatile cutting
Offset shear design for use on multiple materials
Replaceable blades for continued performance
Over 1000 ft. of sheet metal cut on a single battery charge using a P108 battery
Variable-speed trigger for maximum control
GRIPZONE overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
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I don't need it, and I don't really know if I'd use it, but I do sort of want it.
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I don't need it, and I don't really know if I'd use it, but I do sort of want it.
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I don't need it, and I don't really know if I'd use it, but I do sort of want it.
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Just a heads up for those looking to cut standard roofing metal panels with these... They don't work well and can't get over the ridges. The best thing I've found is double blade circular saws. I got one at harbor freight pretty cheap and it cuts like butter until the blades dull.
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Just a heads up for those looking to cut standard roofing metal panels with these... They don't work well and can't get over the ridges. The best thing I've found is double blade circular saws. I got one at harbor freight pretty cheap and it cuts like butter until the blades dull.
Isn't that bad for metal roofs? From what I heard you want to shear metal, cutting it with a circular blade will leave the cut edges with burrs or with foreign metal leading to rust.
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Can I use these on my toe nails?
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Can I use these on my toe nails?
As long as they're not thicker than 18 gauge.😉
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This thing is awesome for cutting those plastic packaging drill bits and such come in. Sure beats using scissors lol
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If I bought this, I would never use it. And then 2 or 3 years from now, I'd try and fabricate a reason to use it and it wouldn't go well. I'd probably mess up whatever I was working on, but I'd still be all smug about having had this tool for that purpose.
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If I bought this, I would never use it. And then 2 or 3 years from now, I'd try and fabricate a reason to use it and it wouldn't go well. I'd probably mess up whatever I was working on, but I'd still be all smug about having had this tool for that purpose.
I'm still waiting for the one+ butt scratcher...
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Isn't that bad for metal roofs? From what I heard you want to shear metal, cutting it with a circular blade will leave the cut edges with burrs or with foreign metal leading to rust.
Correct, with a standard blade and standard circular saw. The double cut saw leaves a smooth cut. The blades are counter-rotating. If you're doing it full-time you probably would have some pro-grade power shears if you want to avoid the old fashioned way, but I only do metal roofing occasionally.
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