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RYOBI ONE+ 18 Volt Compact Blower (CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED)

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Maximum air speed up to 160 MPH
Compact and lightweight
3-speed settings

$27.99(+tax & shipping). Normally $54.97 (+tax) new at Home Depot.

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it's not even a slower, it's more of a sweeper
it's so weak it's not even worth it
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Price in title?
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FYI. This is something for cleaning off your shop table, not a lawn or driveway blower
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I'm a trim carpenter and carry one in my work van to clean up after a day of using my saws. In that application, it's indispensable.
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I have this one. I use it to duster my computers. My house area is under construction, and there are many mosquitos at my door going into garage...I use this with turbo feature (high power) enabled to blow away those hated mosquitos. Do not expect to buy this blower for working in your yard because it is weak.
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I use this for my personal hygiene after a hot day in the car.
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I am interested in one as a portable bellows, and to blow off small projects. Has any one tried this as a high speed bellows?
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Price in title?
Thanks. App wasn't letting me do the price field.
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I am interested in one as a portable bellows, and to blow off small projects. Has any one tried this as a high speed bellows?
It's definitely no leaf blower but as workshop blower it's great according to reviews on Home Depot.
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With shipping, it is roughly the same as the Home Depot price with the "battery cancel" trick on the bundle ($35.34).

If you can avoid the shipping charges (if you have a store near you, or buy multiple things to save on shipping), then this is a cheaper.

But I'm not sure it is worth getting pre-owned for the small price difference anyway. My experience with DTO is that "factory blemished" is basically new, but pre-owned really is pre-owned, and is hit or miss.

I was looking at this already, and I think I am going with a new one at HD.
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I already have a gas blower, but I would like to get something smaller/quieter for blowing dirt out of the garage. Would this suffice or is it too weak?
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Im wondering if this strong enough to clean chainsaws ? I usually have to power up my air compressor.
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I already have a gas blower, but I would like to get something smaller/quieter for blowing dirt out of the garage. Would this suffice or is it too weak?
That's what I use this for. To blow dirt and saw dust out of my garage. It works well for this application. I also use this to inflate my Intex 10 ft kiddie pool even though I have a Ryobi dual inflator.
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At the MPH it provides its really just a dust blower for a shop or garage. My current electric one goes at 300mph and sometimes has trouble when the leaf piles get too big. So at 160mph from.this Ryobi doesnt seem like a great tool to help beyond basic dust.
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