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RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid Floor Dryer Fan (Tool Only, P3330)

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Home Depot has RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid Floor Dryer Fan (Tool Only, P3330) on sale for $49.97. Shipping is free. Thanks tomwil
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Features up to 14 hours of runtime when paired with a 9 Ah Battery and a 3-year manufacturer's warranty.

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has the RYOBI P3330 ONE+ 18 Volt Hybrid Floor Dryer Fan (Tool Only) for $49.97 (on sale from $83.97), a $34 savings. Free pickup or free shipping.

Lowest price I've seen for this model. Works with batteries or AC. Some out-of-stock HD stores may reflect a price of $51.80.

Features:
  • Air flows out through the bottom of the fan directly onto the floor minimizing dry time
  • Hook and loop strap holds the most common wet floor signs into place
  • On-board caution verbiage for additional safety callouts
  • Up to 14 hours of runtime when paired with a 9 Ah Battery (not included)
  • Hybrid Technology extends runtime by allowing use with a battery or an AC extension cord
  • Convenient carrying handle for easy transport
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) P3330 18-Volt ONE+ Hybrid Floor Dryer Fan and operator's manual
  • Battery, charger, and extension cord not included and sold separately

Great for flooded wet basement floors, kitchen floors after mopping, garage floors with wet car drippings.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../309069074
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ryobi has not ceased to amaze me with the crazy tools they have managed to power with the 18v battery. i have zero use for this, but its a pretty neat tool for those that do.
I bought one. Not sure why.
Things like this is the main reason I'm into this line. It really is the largest selection of tools powered by the same battery. Ryobi will always hold a special place in my heart.

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ryobi has not ceased to amaze me with the crazy tools they have managed to power with the 18v battery. i have zero use for this, but its a pretty neat tool for those that do.
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Things like this is the main reason I'm into this line. It really is the largest selection of tools powered by the same battery. Ryobi will always hold a special place in my heart.
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Never knew this existed. I have constant water issues on basement floor. I have never bought something so fast! Thanks OP Smilie
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Looks cool. I'd probably be in for $30. I just don't have enough use for it.
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Things like this is the main reason I'm into this line. It really is the largest selection of tools powered by the same battery. Ryobi will always hold a special place in my heart.
Yes, love Ryobi.

It has gone from ho hum blue color so so tool to brilliant Green and an imaginative tool company. My main tool line has gone from Black and Decker to Ryobi along with few Bosch tools.
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I bought one. Not sure why.
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yeah i love tools and have some ryobi tools/battery but for the life of me i can't think of many reasons why i would need this.
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Yep I love Ryobi's array of tools too. I wish they'd bring back the P2500 pole pruner. That's my favorite and most used tool, and I dread the day that that thing dies, as there's nothing else like it on the market.
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Yep I love Ryobi's array of tools too. I wish they'd bring back the P2500 pole pruner. That's my favorite and most used tool, and I dread the day that that thing dies, as there's nothing else like it on the market.
They have two current pole saw options. What was so good about the P2500 compared to the current models?
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ryobi has not ceased to amaze me with the crazy tools they have managed to power with the 18v battery. i have zero use for this, but its a pretty neat tool for those that do.
💯 I want to buy it just because it uses the battery set 😂
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Has anyone used this?
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They have two current pole saw options. What was so good about the P2500 compared to the current models?
The current ones use a chainsaw type blade.where the P2500 is like a sawzall on a stick, and uses a reciprocating blade. It works in places where the chainsaw blade is too wide to fit or would get gunked up. The reciprocating blade also works faster than the chainsaw blade, and works much better on palm fronds. It's really baffling that they discontinued it.
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They have two current pole saw options. What was so good about the P2500 compared to the current models?
The P2500 used reciprocating saw blades, whereas the later pole saws use chains.
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