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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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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.
I got this for my father-in-law for Father's Day. He lives in an apartment with no access to a spigot and enjoys washing his car. This fits his needs well.
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Can you connect the output side to a hose? I'm thinking of getting this for draining an inflatable pool. If I can hook a hose up, then I should be able to pump the water to the garden (or anywhere besides the middle of the yard).
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Power washers are the last thing I need battery operated. Still have to connect to a hose so what's the point.
You don't have to connect a hose, you can use a bucket of water, or any water source, I've seen videos of people washing their boats and using the water from the lake.
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Can you connect the output side to a hose? I'm thinking of getting this for draining an inflatable pool. If I can hook a hose up, then I should be able to pump the water to the garden (or anywhere besides the middle of the yard).
If I am understanding your question correctly, it comes with a 20 ft. suction hose to pull water from any fresh water source. You could throw that in the pool and use it to water your garden.
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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
Second this. Cleaned a boat this weekend with this well away from any hoses. Used lake water In a 5 gallon bucket and a basic scrubber to help clean off years of dirt after not being in water. No it doesn't replace either my gas or electric pressure washers but works great in certain situations.
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Well as I understand it is good if the source is stagnant water. Also good as it's free. I feel I have a v good pressure with the nozzle am using. About 300+ psi is weak in real life and on paper too.
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I got this for my father-in-law for Father's Day. He lives in an apartment with no access to a spigot and enjoys washing his car. This fits his needs well.
I didn't realize that it can just run off a suction hose. Then yeah it can be pretty cool for specific uses in those instances.
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How does this compare to Worx Hydroshot?
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How does this compare to Worx Hydroshot?
I would go with the ryobi simply to be on a much larger tool platform with great deals regularly.

Just a surface level observation.
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If I am understanding your question correctly, it comes with a 20 ft. suction hose to pull water from any fresh water source. You could throw that in the pool and use it to water your garden.
Thanks! The 20 foot suction hose is good to know. My usecase is that I fill the inflatable pool with water from our outdoor faucet. When it's time to put away the pool, I'd like to drain it by pumping out the water.

Is there a way to connect a hose to the discharge side of this so I can get further away than 20 feet? Or do you know if you can use a longer hose (about 50 feet) on the suction side? I have a feeling it won't be powerful enough to work, but would love to have a better way to empty our kid's pool when we're done with it.
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Use with a bucket of water sold me on it. in for one. I can see using it on windows around the house as well. Always use extra batteries, so good deal.
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Thanks, decided to get it. I wish those were LITHIUM+ batteries
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Will using salt water harm it?
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Thanks! The 20 foot suction hose is good to know. My usecase is that I fill the inflatable pool with water from our outdoor faucet. When it's time to put away the pool, I'd like to drain it by pumping out the water.

Is there a way to connect a hose to the discharge side of this so I can get further away than 20 feet? Or do you know if you can use a longer hose (about 50 feet) on the suction side? I have a feeling it won't be powerful enough to work, but would love to have a better way to empty our kid's pool when we're done with it.
Unfortunately you can't put anything on the output side, but you can hook a hose up to the input. So, I'd imaging if you had a 50 ft hose, you could put one end in the pool and the other end in the power cleaner and it would syphon the water out of the pool.
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lol 320psiApplause
Great for rinsing the soap off...sorta...
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