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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 4.75 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum (Tool Only) with Hose, Crevice Tool, Floor Nozzle, and Extension Wands, $59.88, free shipping, Home Depot

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Home Depot has Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless 4.75 Gallon Wet/Dry Vacuum (Tool Only) with Hose, Crevice Tool, Floor Nozzle, and Extension Wands for $59.88. Shipping is free.

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Interesting...
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What is this? Ryobi makes new 18v tools faster than I can keep up.

Wonder how it compares to the current wet/dry vacs.

Doesn't look like they made hybrid?
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Battery sold separately. I wonder how long they last on batteries?
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This appears to be regular price on a new bare tool model PWV200B

https://toolcraze.net/ryobi-18v-4...m-pwv200b/
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Hmmm, says here that it's half the suction of their 6 gallon model https://toolcraze.net/ryobi-18v-4...m-pwv200b/
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What is this? Ryobi makes new 18v tools faster than I can keep up.

Wonder how it compares to the current wet/dry vacs.

Doesn't look like they made hybrid?

I know right! Every time a product comes up I tell my self "you don't need this".

Plus got a shop vac from HD not too long ago for $30... can't complain!
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Going to give this a go and see how it works. Need something a little smaller than the large rigid vac I have now.

Side question, with the Ryobi days deals this year I just got invested into the Ryobi system with plenty of batteries and the supercharger.. Do I need to bring the batteries in from my garage to avoid the cold Wisconsin winters or will they be fine?
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oh wow this looks like a new version

i wish they made this a hybrid. but i get it, if they make it hybrid, it would lose sales from their batteries
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Hmmm, says here that it's half the suction of their 6 gallon model https://toolcraze.net/ryobi-18v-4...m-pwv200b/
if thats true then this new version SUCKS in a bad way
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Going to give this a go and see how it works. Need something a little smaller than the large rigid vac I have now.

Side question, with the Ryobi days deals this year I just got invested into the Ryobi system with plenty of batteries and the supercharger.. Do I need to bring the batteries in from my garage to avoid the cold Wisconsin winters or will they be fine?
Probably be fine but I'd prefer not to gamble and bring them in. IIRC heat is worse for them than cold though.
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You mean I don't need to lug power cables and extension cord around when I want to shopvac stuff?!? Wow mind=blown!!!!! Now if only it comes with battery and charger but that's wishful thinking
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I looked at the specs. It's only 40CFM of suction, half of what you get from their 6-gallon version. For me, 40CFM is not going to cut it.
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The 3 gallon toolbox vac is 45CFM. There is a reason this costs $59.
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Well, I've been going back and forth between their 3 gal and their 6 gal since they're roughly same price. Would seem this would be the answer, then...though I'm not so sure based on some of the feedback. Price is good, though (unless the 3 and 6 come down on a sale soon).

Edit: I see the 3 gal is down $20 to $79.
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