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RYOBI ONE+ 18V 4.5 Gallon DEVOUR Debris Sweeper (Factory Blemished, Tool Only) EXPIRED

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Direct Tools Factory Outlet has RYOBI ONE+ 18V 4.5 Gallon DEVOUR Debris Sweeper (Factory Blemished, Tool Only) on sale for $69.99. Shipping is free. Thanks balanbro
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I think this might be the first deal that I posted, but this is the lowest I've ever seen for the Ryobi Devour. Been on the fence for a while, but this was a no brainer. Free Shipping too!

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Sounds a very useful and effective tool - I'll definitely get one if I have a shop or a big patio.
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Anybody think this would work on cat litter? Have a small room w/multiple boxes + a-hole cats. Floor is rough poured concrete so vacuums don't work well, and beater bars just kinda toss litter around. I've looked at this thing a few times wondering if it might fit the bill.
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Anybody think this would work on cat litter? Have a small room w/multiple boxes + a-hole cats. Floor is rough poured concrete so vacuums don't work well, and beater bars just kinda toss litter around. I've looked at this thing a few times wondering if it might fit the bill.
It would get some But not all, it would take multiple passes. Have you tried a stick vac with a "fluffy" head instead of a brush/beater bar?
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It would get some But not all, it would take multiple passes. Have you tried a stick vac with a "fluffy" head instead of a brush/beater bar?
haven't tried a fluffy head... the flat/wet head sux b/c the floor is uneven; I'll try a fluffy head, thx for the idea.

& I figured this wasn't the answer either. dangit.
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be gentle with the rear height adjustment knob cuz it is fragile, I bought this from HD at $120 with a small battery, the knob was hard to turn so I had to force it, it broke, no more height adjustment, couple reviews also said the same problem, also it's not good for long pine needles, which drop like flies from my neighbor's tree after heavy wind , but at this price I think i'll give it another go, but this time careful with the knob
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some people say they use it on a porch/patio
Try a leaf blower 🤔
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What's the real advantage of this? It takes up extra floor space to store and, from what I can tell, is easily replaced be a broom.
I looked at a few videos and unfortunately, it does not: a push broom is able to sweep faster and bigger and smaller particles all at once, while this one is more leisurely with big objects and needs several passes for small particles. I would love to turn in the push broom for a great device, that device is not this one, through.
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Just ordered one, should be great for picking up leaves this summer on the pool deck, with my blower half end up in the pool
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Battery not included? Well...that helps!
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What's the cheapest the battery goes for?
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Just speaking on personal experience, this does kick up a lot of dust.
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Dead, showing $139 now
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Does this work well with artificial turf? picking up debris and brushing the blades up to look fuller?
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Wow! Cheap, price-wise, floor sweeper!

https://www.firmhorn.com that's the commercial version - think Times Square cleanup after new years, malls, etc.

Good if you can't blow the debris away.
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