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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt Power Caulk and Adhesive Gun (Certified Pre-Owned) $22.49 + $7 shipping at Direct Tools $29.49

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Direct tools has the RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt Power Caulk and Adhesive Gun (certified pre--owned) on sale for $22.49 + $7 shipping. It's one of Ryobi's best reviewed products and is $50 on HD and Amazon.

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Battery powered calk gun?🤔 Damn I feel analogue
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Battery powered calk gun?🤔 Damn I feel analogue
If your hands have ever gotten tired from pressing on a analog one, you'll really appreciate it.
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Asking? Is it really a slick deal after shipping cost and a refurbished product?
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Asking? Is it really a slick deal after shipping cost and a refurbished product?
Is the $7 flat rate new? I don't remember paying shipping on previous tools up until last week.
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Is the $7 flat rate new? I don't remember paying shipping on previous tools up until last week.
DTO has free shipping specials a couple times a year, with the last time being Nov 2019 thru about mid Feb 2020. It's normally $7 flat shipping otherwise.
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This is why I love the ryobi line. Great odds and ends tools for a great price. I got the right angle drill the other day for $30. Not something you need very often but great to have when you do. I just used it today as a mater of fact.

I'm a dewalt guy and a dewalt right angle would have been at least $70. Not worth it for the once in a blue moon use.

Snagged this just to mess around with. I have to redo the chaulk around my dads topper so this should be good for the runs.
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this should be good for the runs.
TP is better for the runs, but if you can't get it you can't get it.
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This is why I love the ryobi line. Great odds and ends tools for a great price. I got the right angle drill the other day for $30. Not something you need very often but great to have when you do. I just used it today as a mater of fact.

I'm a dewalt guy and a dewalt right angle would have been at least $70. Not worth it for the once in a blue moon use.

Snagged this just to mess around with. I have to redo the chaulk around my dads topper so this should be good for the runs.
I am a makita guy and bought an adapter so I can use my makita batteries with these odd, seldom used ryobi tools. I have a few things like a fan, inflator, stuff like that. If this was a bigger quart sized gun, I would have jumped.
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This is why I love the ryobi line. Great odds and ends tools for a great price. I got the right angle drill the other day for $30. Not something you need very often but great to have when you do. I just used it today as a mater of fact.

I'm a dewalt guy and a dewalt right angle would have been at least $70. Not worth it for the once in a blue moon use.

Snagged this just to mess around with. I have to redo the chaulk around my dads topper so this should be good for the runs.
I had my gutters replaced recently. The guys who came out had a newer truck pulling a nice seamless trailer rig and used bl Makitas to screw in the gutters. Point being, they had money for equipment.

But they still used Ryobi caulk guns to seal the gutters and downspouts and said they worked great.
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Great tool. Had one for a few years.

It can really shoot out the caulk, so one must get used to short light bursts on the trigger and using the flow control. Once you get the hang of it, it makes a big job go one heckuva lot easier. Just be sure and clean it up after a job and don't let it get gummed up with old caulk.

For small jobs I still use a regular gun since this can be overkill and a little bit harder to control for the fine stuff.

Great for shooting construction adhesive as well.
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I have one of these and it's come in handy a few times. It saves a lot of wear and tear on your hands when doing longer jobs. But, I've also used it just to re-caulk the tub. It sips juice, so the smaller, low capacity batteries work fine. The trigger is an all-or-nothing type; the flow is controlled by a dial on the side. Even on the lowest setting, it's easy to get too much caulk. (A smaller tube opening can help a bit). Now I'm so used to using this that going back to a hand pumped unit just feels primitive.
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This could probably come in handy if you're like me, and regularly handle a lot of caulk.
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I had one for a couple years. Can be a pain to clean if it blows through the tube bottom (happened twice), or to dig caulk out if the gear if you don't clean it well (cut into grooves with raser knife). That said, it's damn handy. Just bought another.
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I added this to the cart last week and it was the same price as today's price. Not sure where the deal is here. Also, it's certified pre-owned and not factory blemished.
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