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Your generic off-brand may very well be the same quality as this low end Ryobi option, but that's not what I'm talking about.

Ryobi has been around forever and they will be in the future. Their batteries are compatible with hundreds of different tool options (both yard and shop) going back a couple decades and will continue to be supported in the future. Where are you going to buy a replacement Powersmart battery, today or a couple years from now? I imagine those off-brand tools are going in the landfill when (when, not if) the batteries die.
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The first one (ONE+ 18V Cordless String Trimmer/Edger & and Blower/Sweeper w/ 2.6Ah Battery & Charger) is already OOS.

If anyone else was looking for a cheap and basic cordless trimmer and blower, this PowerSmart PS76115A-2B combo from Walmart is arguably just as good (or just as bad, depending on your point of view) and costs less ($70 with two 18V 1.5Ah batteries instead of a single 2.6Ah):

https://www.walmart.com/ip/PowerS.../489443200

Also sold by Home Depot (but OOS) if you want more reviews: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Power.../311096967
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The first one (ONE+ 18V Cordless String Trimmer/Edger & and Blower/Sweeper w/ 2.6Ah Battery & Charger) is already OOS.

If anyone else was looking for a cheap and basic cordless trimmer and blower, this PowerSmart PS76115A-2B combo from Walmart is arguably just as good (or just as bad, depending on your point of view) and costs less ($70 with two 18V 1.5Ah batteries instead of a single 2.6Ah):

https://www.walmart.com/ip/PowerS.../489443200

Also sold by Home Depot (but OOS) if you want more reviews: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Power.../311096967
Still in stock if you order for shipping. Just ordered one thanks OP
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Still in stock if you order for shipping. Just ordered one thanks OP
It wasn't available for shipping when I posted. Glad to know it's back in stock!
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I have the following system: BD 40v trimmer [lowes.com] which is a 40V system compared to this system which is 18V but I have some Ryobi tools and batteries. So, I am wondering if I should just sell mine and get the Ryobi set instead.

I am not an expert at these kind of tools but can anyone suggest what I should do? I assume the performance of a 40v system will be better than an 18v system right?
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The first one (ONE+ 18V Cordless String Trimmer/Edger & and Blower/Sweeper w/ 2.6Ah Battery & Charger) is already OOS.

If anyone else was looking for a cheap and basic cordless trimmer and blower, this PowerSmart PS76115A-2B combo from Walmart is arguably just as good (or just as bad, depending on your point of view) and costs less ($70 with two 18V 1.5Ah batteries instead of a single 2.6Ah):

https://www.walmart.com/ip/PowerS.../489443200 [walmart.com]

Also sold by Home Depot (but OOS) if you want more reviews: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Power.../311096967 [homedepot.com]
Ryobi is a well established brand with hundreds of tools that share the same batteries. Powersmart is ?????
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damn. thought that was the normal 40v hedge trimmers(non pole) that were on sale. im in the market for doing some atv trail clearing..
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Ryobi is a well established brand with hundreds of tools that share the same batteries. Powersmart is ?????
I was waiting for this. Do you think there's something special about where and how Ryobi makes their lowest-end tools? You get that they're not all the same...right?
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K1710 Cube, 1700 PSI 1.2 GPM Electric Pressure Washer

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I bought for use on my car. Got a 50' hose and quick connects for super easy setup.

I called Karcher and ask what the difference was between the K1700 and the K1710, they said it was the same.
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I was waiting for this. Do you think there's something special about where and how Ryobi makes their lowest-end tools? You get that they're not all the same...right?
Your generic off-brand may very well be the same quality as this low end Ryobi option, but that's not what I'm talking about.

Ryobi has been around forever and they will be in the future. Their batteries are compatible with hundreds of different tool options (both yard and shop) going back a couple decades and will continue to be supported in the future. Where are you going to buy a replacement Powersmart battery, today or a couple years from now? I imagine those off-brand tools are going in the landfill when (when, not if) the batteries die.
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I was going to post this but you beat me to it. I stumbled upon this at HD and bought it. For the price this is one of the best rated entry level power washers. It's recommended by the Obsessed Garage. The price is the cheapest I've seen it and according to the Camel the lowest price ever on Amazon was $99.99.
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I have the following system: BD 40v trimmer [lowes.com] which is a 40V system compared to this system which is 18V but I have some Ryobi tools and batteries. So, I am wondering if I should just sell mine and get the Ryobi set instead.

I am not an expert at these kind of tools but can anyone suggest what I should do? I assume the performance of a 40v system will be better than an 18v system right?
I have this Ryobi set and a 56v eGo set. They are miles apart in performance. Honestly, this Ryobi set is a small step up from a kids toy set if they made such a thing. To give you an idea, it won't blow wet grass off a driveway, only dry grass. On the other hand my eGO will blow gravel around. I am Ryobi fan and it has its place, it's just a good product for a kid to help out or maybe for a person with a very small yard in front of a townhouse or something.
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Read reviews before buying. They are fine for some folks. Blower is low power. I would say it sucks but this the wrong direction of air flow... lol

I have gone with their higher end Ryobi models and even have the battery mower, trimmer, blower and hedge trimmers.
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