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Ryobi 18V ONE+ Cordless Power Cleaner + 2-Pack 4.0 Ah Battery Kit + Charger, Bag & Free Shipping $99

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This hard to find tool is available online AGAIN, and you can get it FREE or at prorated value of $44.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../312453233

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I have it and used it, it is a fantastic tool.

It was OUT OF STOCK for a long time!

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../312493945
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Hmm I don't see an option at all to cancel the battery order, only option is to cancel the power cleaner order
You have to cancel within minutes from previous experience. It might already be further down the process so not allowing cancellation. But no worries, just return it when you do get it.
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I bought this a while back, but my regjlar garden hose with a $15 sprayer wand put out more power than this. Returned it a few days later.

I simply cannot think of a reason to own this?

Perhaps if:

You are a collector of Ryobi tools.

You thought the color was pretty.

Wanted to get your Brachioradialis (sp?) all ripped and "Swole up" without knowing you were giving it a workout.
If dragging the hose to where you need it is a huge PITA, this solves it. If I want to wash my truck, I have to attach 2 hoses together and pull it to the driveway, then reverse that when done. (Spoiler alert: I'm lazy and never wash my truck because of this)

With this, I can fill up a 5 gallon pail with clean water and save a crapton of time.
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Strong enough for pavement and siding?
no, you need much higher psi for that
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If dragging the hose to where you need it is a huge PITA, this solves it. If I want to wash my truck, I have to attach 2 hoses together and pull it to the driveway, then reverse that when done. (Spoiler alert: I'm lazy and never wash my truck because of this)

With this, I can fill up a 5 gallon pail with clean water and save a crapton of time.
That makes sense.

I'm in Florida, so if I need to wash my truck, I wait until around 4:30 in afternoon, then get on a highway and floor it for 10mins through one of our daily thundershowers lol. Just keep it under 120mph or you might lose some paint lol.
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It cleans mold/mildew off of vinyl. I wouldn't bother using it on concrete. If you have areas/items that you would like to do light cleaning on that are inconvenient to run a hose to, then consider it. I have this for light duty things and places outside of the reach of my 100 ft hose. I have my Ryobi 2300 psi for heavy duty stuff. It's worth the adjusted price that you pay in relation to the batteries.
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Shouldn't a garden hose nozzle give you ~300 psi depending on the quality? 320 seems such a small improvement over the alternative to justify its price.
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Shouldn't a garden hose nozzle give you ~300 psi depending on the quality? 320 seems such a small improvement over the alternative to justify its price.

Highest pressure in households is around 65 psi, and that is static. Run few faucets, and long hose, you are getting may be 30 psi. Other advantage is saving water with it.

Folks here can wash a truck with 5 gallons, try that with a hose.
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Beside it being cordless is there any other advantage of it over a dedicated power washer ?
I'm looking forward to using pool water to wash around that area. A hose does reach there but will still be more convenient with this. I also like the fact you can use a bucket of water as well as a 2 liter bottle with an adapter.
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Who said it was free? Shipping is free, but that is it. Read the wiki.
"This hard to find tool is available online AGAIN, and you can get it FREE or at prorated value of $44." That is where my question originated from.
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You have to cancel within minutes from previous experience. It might already be further down the process so not allowing cancellation. But no worries, just return it when you do get it.
Why the thumbs down? Is the information here inaccurate? I too am looking for the answer to cancelling the batteries. The button's not there now but I'm guessing that it will be after the order becomes available for pickup. Is that a correct assumption? Thanks.
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No idea on the thumbs down .. someone must have been bored. But it's accurate per my own experiences and for others I've read. If you wait too long the order will ship or be processed for pick up. If that happens, you'll just need to return if it's coming to you. If it's for pickup from a store, you can either let the store cancel it by not picking it up or going to the store and returning it right after picking it up.

Also, the cancel option is only available for a short time from a browser, not the Home Depot app.
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Why the thumbs down? Is the information here inaccurate? I too am looking for the answer to cancelling the batteries. The button's not there now but I'm guessing that it will be after the order becomes available for pickup. Is that a correct assumption? Thanks.
From all of the previous posts on doing this method, my understanding is that when you do a store pick-up you can't cancel that, only the item that you have shipped to home. Not sure if shipped to store is the same but that could possibly be how the op did it. Try picking a store where the batteries aren't available for pick-up and only ships to store then see if you can cancel it then. Unfortunately it seems that there's a bunch of battery kits available near me so I can't try my own recommendation. Lol
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Strong enough for pavement and siding?
320psi...no Wink
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Worked for me. Getting washer delivered to home (free) but have to pick up batteries at store (location near me, Seattle, had 30+ sets in stock).

I've got a 3300psi gas powered washer for pavement, concrete, etc...then standard hose and various nozzle types, so figure this'll sit right in middle. The siphon feature could be useful. Plus I'm on Ryobi already so never have enough right? Smilie Tho will likely sell off the batteries.
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These are all the other items you can get for free when you add the mentioned battery starter kit....maybe someone can put them in a friendly view??


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