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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

Note, this item is currently on backorder.

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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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Everyone says this is barely stronger than a hose but I bought it anyway cause I'm addicted to Ryobi. Maybe I'll get the 2 liter attachment and clean the showers, toilets, grill, car, playhouse, patio.
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I attach this to my rain barrel and use the rinse nozzle for watering plants.
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Everyone says this is barely stronger than a hose but I bought it anyway cause I'm addicted to Ryobi. Maybe I'll get the 2 liter attachment and clean the showers, toilets, grill, car, playhouse, patio.
What 2 liter attachment are you talking about
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How is this compared to the Greenworks deal on Lowe's this week?
The greenworks is a small power washer that requires power and a hose and spout connected to it. It has more power.

This is battery powered and can be used with any source of water. It's not as powerful but it's many times more portable.

Next time we ride bikes in the mud I'll have this. Just clean off the bikes before putting them back on the rack. They even have water faucet on site for me. I'll just bring my own bucket.
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How long does it take to go through. 5 gallon bucket?
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How does this compare to Worx Hydroshot?
Basically the same thing but the one advantage the Hydroshot has that I don't think the Ryobi has is the ability to screw a 2liter bottle onto the unit and use it as a "connected" water source. I think you might be able to mod the Ryobi to do that but, to my understanding, that is the biggest difference between the two.
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How long does it take to go through. 5 gallon bucket?
I would like to know this as well. Seems to be the deciding factor, at least for me, that nobody is mentioning.
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The greenworks is a small power washer that requires power and a hose and spout connected to it. It has more power.

This is battery powered and can be used with any source of water. It's not as powerful but it's many times more portable.

Next time we ride bikes in the mud I'll have this. Just clean off the bikes before putting them back on the rack. They even have water faucet on site for me. I'll just bring my own bucket.
So for home, Greenworks would be a better buy. I don't intend to carry them on bike rides
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Could someone comment on the pressure using the "rinse" nozzle? I'm wondering if this could be used as a portable shower/handwashing station in a pinch. Say when leaving the beach or camping. Is it coming out too hard/fast for comfortable use on people?
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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.
Not sure how much water your pool holds but if it holds a lot and running an extension cord isn't an issue you'll want a submersible utility pump. I bought this one a few days ago for the same purpose. It comes with a garden hose adapter so you can connect a 50ft hose to the output. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Super.../204589831
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I'm just buying this deal for 2 batteries....lol!
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How long does it take to go through. 5 gallon bucket?
0.8 l/min is approx 0.2 gal/min or 1 gal every 5 minutes. Assuming you can get all 5 gallons out, it'll take 25 minutes.
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How long does it take to go through. 5 gallon bucket?
I didn't time it or anything, but I'd say 8-10 minutes if you are spraying nonstop, considerably longer if you are moving around and spraying intermittently.
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I love this for the RV. We can also wash off kayaks, the dogs, muddy boots. This is awesome. And I don't need to run a hose, I can go right down to the dock and spray off bird poop.

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Shows backordered now
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