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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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(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
I have it. It's only slightly stronger than a regular hose. I use it to clean garbage cans and wash the cars. It can't even remove dead bugs on the headlights. Don't expect to be power washing concrete to remove green moss on it. For what I paid I consider it worth it.
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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i might get this thanks OP
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please add the Ryobi to the Tittle
thanks for pointing out. Done.
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Been looking for the tool only plus battery separately for the past two weeks. Got this combo deal instead. If I need to return both down the road so be it.
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lol 320psi
I have it. It's only slightly stronger than a regular hose. I use it to clean garbage cans and wash the cars. It can't even remove dead bugs on the headlights. Don't expect to be power washing concrete to remove green moss on it. For what I paid I consider it worth it.
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I have it. It's only slightly stronger than a regular hose. I use it to clean garbage cans and wash the cars. It can't even remove dead bugs on the headlights. Don't expect to be power washing concrete to remove green moss on it. For what I paid I consider it worth it.
I have this too and washed concreted. It did the job but slow, I need to keep the nozzle very close to the surface to remove stubborn spots. I am talking about the real stubborn stuff that I couldn't remove with a brush. However it is very safe and I don't worry it would peel off paint or skin. Much better than hose nozzle for cleaning job because of the 15 degree angle coverage and much less splash.
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Does this work well with gutters or is there a better tool for that?
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It could work great depending on the use. A bucket of water plus hose and you have yourself a portable washer. If you need the batteries then how much are you really paying for the tool?
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I saw the thumbnail and was like "Please tell me this isnt a pressure washer..."

I have about a dozen Ryobi tools and really like them, but there is a point. I have a couple of unregulated hoses on my house (connected directly to the main) that probably put out more pressure than this.

But my 70-something mom could definitely use this for very light jobs, or stuff the hose won't reach.

Plus a couple of the big batteries, which are $60+(?) on their own, maybe more.
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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
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