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Ryobi 18V ONE+ 2-Pack 4.0 Ah Battery Kit + Charger, Bag & Cordless Power Cleaner EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi 18 Volt ONE+ 2-Pack 4.0 Ah Batteries Starter Kit w/ Charger, Bag + Cordless Power Cleaner on sale for $99. Shipping is free or select free ship to store pickup where available. Thanks calidude_35

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  • 2x P197 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion 4.0 Ah Batteries
  • 1x P118B 18-Volt ONE+ Lithium-Ion Charger
  • Tool Bag
  • 1x RY120350 18V ONE+ 320 PSI 0.8 GPM Cold Water Cordless Power Cleaner
  • Operator's manual
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This is good for the batteries alone. And it comes with a free tool. So is your invested it the Ryobi brand, it wouldn't hurt to pick up 2 new batteries
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Are Ryobi batteries as good as DeWalt batteries. Seems to be a huge price difference for similar size batteries.
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(sigh) so many folks complaining about the pressure.

It is not a pressure washer replacement. There are two big uses for this.

One, bumping up hose pressure. For those with low pressure or on a weak well this can give it enough power to say clean mud off an ATV. Standard house pressure is in the 50-70psi range so this is a decent bump.

Two, operating where there is not a hose. With this you can put a siphon into a bucket or other still water source and get pressurized water. It essentially gives you a "hose" where there isn't one. Follow the link and look at the pictures, one shows a guy washing his boat from the lake water. This is the intent and these are well liked for that. I believe AVE did a video on a similar product and actually liked it
This is exactly my point. Apparently they haven't seen the price of portable bike washers.
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Not a bad deal alone for battery and charger. Think of this washer as easy to use without the hassle of an real power washer. Good at getting dust/dirt off the car, or mud of bikes. Cleaning off patio Furniture.
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Are Ryobi batteries as good as DeWalt batteries. Seems to be a huge price difference for similar size batteries.
The batteries are just as good. People are willing to pay more for the DeWalt tools.
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This deal was the same as last week in a different manner from Ryobi. It was a Special Promotion of buying the 2 batteries and get this tool only for free. So I got this last week. The Power Cleaner works very well for routine maintenance and is much for effective than just the regular hose.The reason why i got this was for the easy portability on every day usage vs cranking up a gas type pressure washer. Obviously, don't expect it to wash like a gas engine. My wife approves and she uses it so that indicates easy handling.
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I almost bit on this but it really doesn't seem much better than a good nozzle. Most decent hose nozzles can get you to 250-300 psi.

I'm a tool nut and have wasted a good amount of money on tools i rarely use but this just seems like one of those things that unless you have a super specific use for it, it will just waste space in your shed.

You would really do better with a cheap electric pressure washer in this price point with a much higher PSI. I mean if you have to be connected to a garden hose you cant be that far away from an electrical outlet. And if you are get a extension cord lol.
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I almost bit on this but it really doesn't seem much better than a good nozzle. Most decent hose nozzles can get you to 250-300 psi.

I'm a tool nut and have wasted a good amount of money on tools i rarely use but this just seems like one of those things that unless you have a super specific use for it, it will just waste space in your shed.

You would really do better with a cheap electric pressure washer in this price point with a much higher PSI. I mean if you have to be connected to a garden hose you cant be that far away from an electrical outlet. And if you are get a extension cord lol.
Imagine being in a remote area. Nowhere to connect the hose. This is where this tool shines. I'm also considering using this to do water changes on a fish tank. Currently I have to have the sink on the whole time. With this I might be able to water my garden with the water pulled from the tank.
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I got this and I love it, cleared moss off pathway, plenty strong for most uses.
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My buddy has something like this to spray multiple tall fruit trees in his yard. Great tool for where a water hose cannot reach. In for one.
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Bought the tool only version in may for $80. Will return that and bought this. Hard to pass up 2 batteries for $20 more,
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Bought this and finally used it last weekend. Wasn't expecting much based upon everyone's comments about low PSI, but I was pleasantly surprised. Definitely more powerful than a hose, even with a sprayer attached. As someone else mentioned, you need to place the nozzle pretty close to the concrete surface to get off the stubborn stains, but it does work and it even tore off a bit of paint on one of my patio chairs when I moved the nozzle in real close on that. All of this was done using water drawn from a bucket of water, though you can hook this up directly to a hose of you like. The portability is really nice though. I think I'll get some good use out of this, and as a practical matter it really is just about free when you consider the real world cost of the two pack of batteries & charger that you have to buy with it. They are worth the $99 alone.
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I was watching this item and did buy and later canceled it. Saw some YT videos and it shows it is very weak. Maybe good for watering plants at a couple of feet.
No need to exaggerate that it's a terrible product for people who might be interested in this. Next you are going to say a leaky faucet is stronger than this. Geez, some of you are ridiculous. It's a good mix between something stronger than hose when you don't want to break out a power washer. I have one, I love it. I use it more than my pressure washer. For me it's main use is washing my car or spraying mud off of the wall or cracks of the drive way after it rains.
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