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Ryobi 18V ONE+ JobPlus Base w/ Multi-Tool Attachment + 1.5 Ah Li-Ion Battery EXPIRED

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The 18-Volt One+ JobPlus is a versatile multi-tool. It includes an attachment head that cuts drywall, metal, wood, plastic, composite, and many other materials, along with the ability to sand the finest details. Includes 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty.

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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless JobPlus Base with Multi-Tool Attachments & 1.5 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery $69.00 $128.97@ Home Depot (Free Shipping)
  • Multi-Tool Includes: Blades, Sanding Attachment, and Sandpaper
  • Includes: 18-Volt ONE+ 1.5 Ah Compact Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Over 125 ONE+ Tools – All Work With Any RYOBI ONE+ 18V Battery
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Same here, I had probably 10 different Ryobi tools and this is the only one I don't like. The battery contacts are weak and when the tool is in use, it's vibrating, and the contacts burn up. I have a corded HF oscillating tool that I'm going to have to fall back to.
For those of you saying this tool sucks I thought mine did also until I played around with how much pressure I was putting on the cutting blade. There is a sweet spot of medium pressure where it cuts very very well. If you push too hard or too light it won't do much. Also if you don't fully secure what you are cutting it will vibrate as well and it won't cut because the cutting blade and the material are just vibrating together.
I have quite a few ryobi tools, the oscillating multi-tool is by far the worst and in need of a complete redesign. While fine for sanding, mine blew up while cutting into oak.

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Good deal. Looks like they're trying to get rid of their 1.5 batteries
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I have quite a few ryobi tools, the oscillating multi-tool is by far the worst and in need of a complete redesign. While fine for sanding, mine blew up while cutting into oak.
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Same here, I had probably 10 different Ryobi tools and this is the only one I don't like. The battery contacts are weak and when the tool is in use, it's vibrating, and the contacts burn up. I have a corded HF oscillating tool that I'm going to have to fall back to.
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I wouldn't say this tool is terrible (the sanding is useful for tight spots, the rotary tool has done a couple of jobs for me)...but my biggest complaint is the bulkiness of it. Many times this tool is required for small/delicate jobs, but it's massive and never seems to really fit where you need it to. It literally gets in the way of itself.

I still recommend it for this price, because when it DOES work for what you want, it's typically the only tool that will.
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This is my everyday tool. I have it with Ridgid JobMax Reciprocating Saw Attachment. I use it to cut off wood, metal, pvc pipes. Its much compact to carry around in my tool bag than my full size reciprocating saw. I can easily change back to oscillating head when needed. This is great price for me to consider buying another one as backup.
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I have quite a few ryobi tools, the oscillating multi-tool is by far the worst and in need of a complete redesign. While fine for sanding, mine blew up while cutting into oak.
I have no idea how it could blow up. I've put that thing through some really tough situations and all it's ever really needed is a new blade or fresh battery
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I wouldn't say this tool is terrible (the sanding is useful for tight spots, the rotary tool has done a couple of jobs for me)...but my biggest complaint is the bulkiness of it. Many times this tool is required for small/delicate jobs, but it's massive and never seems to really fit where you need it to. It literally gets in the way of itself.

I still recommend it for this price, because when it DOES work for what you want, it's typically the only tool that will.
I use the Ridgid version [homedepot.com] and have zero complaints, but can see how the stem style battery of the Ryobi makes it too cumbersome for it's own good.

Make sure to check out the Ridgid JobMax heads too, as they are 100% compatible with the Ryobi JobPlus. I just picked up the nibbler [directtoolsoutlet.com] for $30 from Direct Tools and am very pleased with it's performance.
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I have no idea how it could blow up. I've put that thing through some really tough situations and all it's ever really needed is a new blade or fresh battery
You got me. I was cutting window sash access panels through 100 year old old-growth oak with a new blade. Finished 6 cuts, let it cool down ...then when I started again it started smoking everywhere through the trigger.

Upgraded to the Dewalt Brushless and did 8 consecutive cuts with no problem (and much faster than with the Ryobi).

It was my first time using the Ryobi for anything other than detail sanding.
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For those of you saying this tool sucks I thought mine did also until I played around with how much pressure I was putting on the cutting blade. There is a sweet spot of medium pressure where it cuts very very well. If you push too hard or too light it won't do much. Also if you don't fully secure what you are cutting it will vibrate as well and it won't cut because the cutting blade and the material are just vibrating together.
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I use the Ridgid version [homedepot.com] and have zero complaints, but can see how the stem style battery of the Ryobi makes it too cumbersome for it's own good.

Make sure to check out the Ridgid JobMax heads too, as they are 100% compatible with the Ryobi JobPlus. I just picked up the nibbler [directtoolsoutlet.com] for $30 from Direct Tools and am very pleased with it's performance.
That does look a little more ergonomic...but I have a million Ryobi batteries 😂

I already have invested in some of the Jobmax attachments... They are great 👍 Good info for everyone!
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I got this item awhile back from Direct Outlet Tools when they had it on sale for $39 (bare tool) and its very useful tool. I have used it few times during my deck renovation and performed very well.
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Good deal. Looks like they're trying to get rid of their 1.5 batteries
Yep. I paid this for the tool without battery just a few weeks ago. Wish I waited!
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Glad for all the experiences here. I have a DeWalt 20v version and was gonna get this as one I'd lend out instead of my DeWalt plus I can always use another battery. Now I'm not so sure.
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