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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Cordless Underwater Stick Pool Vacuum Kit for In Ground Pools, Above Ground Pools, and Spas. B&M YMMV $99

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Was in Home Depot looking at the Ryobi battery deals and saw this in the pool section outdoors On clearance. Sadly, it doesn't work with the 2 4.0 battery deal. Usually $189 on sale for $99. In store only.

Attaches to most common pool poles
-Included filter is a microfiber particle filter
-Wireless charging with TOUCHCHARGE Technology
-4 rollers for increased mobility
-Underwater Vacuum works with all Ryobi ONE+ batteries already in your collection

Model# P3500K
Internet# 302771925
Store SKU# 1002735377

What's Included:
Underwater Vacuum
2.0 ah Lithium Ion Battery
TouchCharge Wireless Charger
Handle
Head Assembly
Owners Manual

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Underwater battery powered vacuum? That's a thing? Definitely made me do a double take.... kinda cool!
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I have this. I bought it from direct tools outlet for 79 or $89 I forget. I don't understand the ops point about this not working with the 4.0 batteries. You are able to use bigger size batteries in it because the battery compartment has a large area to put in both smaller and bigger batteries. I'm betting you could even use one of the nine amp ones
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overall I've been pretty satisfied with it. However I did have to buy a coffee filter to replace the filter type that it came with because the one it came with allows finer dirt to easily escape. I actually ended up printing a 3D print of a mold that someone posted on thingiverse which expands the size of it that allowed the coffee filter to fit on it. so far working really well however this is much heavier than some of the other wireless vacuums so you have to keep that in mind
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I have this. I bought it from direct tools outlet for 79 or $89 I forget. I don't understand the ops point about this not working with the 4.0 batteries. You are able to use bigger size batteries in it because the battery compartment has a large area to put in both smaller and bigger batteries. I'm betting you could even use one of the nine amp ones
I think OP was referring to this pool vac not being an option to pair with the 4.0 battery + free tool deal running now.
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I think OP was referring to this pool vac not being an option to pair with the 4.0 battery + free tool deal running now.
Correct. Thought it might scan for free with the $99 battery purchase.
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How well does this work?
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How well does this work?
well enough for me.
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Basically a three-star rating, not sure worth the risk considering I get a lot of fine dirt in my pool. Doesn't sound like this would handle it very well without some modifications.
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Underwater battery powered vacuum? That's a thing? Definitely made me do a double take.... kinda cool!
Right??

Vacuuming the pool used to be one of the WORST summer jobs. ugh. Hooking up to the pool filter, figuring out all the switches, etc, dealing with the ridiculously long hose, etc etc etc.

This seems SO DANG EASY. I'd take a slightly less good vaccuum job if it meant skipping the hassle.
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Thanks for posting. Been wanting this to go on sale for a while. Sold out in my HD. 😢
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Thanks for posting, found one at my local HD. Used brickseeker, since it said not available on HD website. Brickseeker was right there was some available.
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How well does this work?
i bought one and i am not pleased at all--the opening to draw in debris is just a litte bigger than a quarter, and the is not that much suction--on a regular pool vacuum you can see it drawing in debris from outside the vacuum head, on this you are lucky when it picks anything up when you place it right over the debris
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i bought one and i am not pleased at all--the opening to draw in debris is just a litte bigger than a quarter, and the is not that much suction--on a regular pool vacuum you can see it drawing in debris from outside the vacuum head, on this you are lucky when it picks anything up when you place it right over the debris
Unfortunately I have to agree. I actually bought one for the same price from Direct Tools Outlet so mind you mine was certified pre owned, but the suction was absolutely horrible.

I love Ryobi tools I have everything from power tools to the garden lines and a mower. But this thing was extremely heavy, had little suction, and was a pain to deal with. I sent it back and stuck with the normal pool vacuum through the skimmer. This product didn't come close.

My sister does have a battery powered one that she is very happy with but it is not Ryobi. I only bought because I'm invested in the Ryobi line and have plenty of batteries, but I would say just stick with the normal vacuum.

And this does accept a 4ah. While some tools this does make a big difference, I didn't see much difference at all trying the 4ah with it.
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