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Ryobi One+ 18V Cordless 5-1/2" Circular Saw + Orbital Jig Saw (Tools Only) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Ryobi One+ 18V Cordless 5-1/2" Circular Saw + Orbital Jig Saw (Tools Only) for $79. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Includes:
  • Ryobi 18V ONE+ Cordless 5-1/2 in. Circular Saw (PCL500)
  • Ryobi 18V ONE+ Orbital Jig Saw (P5231)
  • 18T Carbide Tipped Blade
  • Hex Wrench
  • Wood cutting blade
  • Allen wrench
  • Operator's manual
Features:
  • Cordless 5 1/2 in. Circular Saw:
  • Over 215 cuts per charge
  • Motor provides 4,700 RPM for fast, clean cutting
  • 0-50° bevel capacity for greater cut variety
  • Cordless Orbital Jig Saw:
  • Powerful motor provides corded performance in a battery-operated tool with speed range from 1100 SPM to 3000 SPM
  • ool-free blade clamp makes blade changes quick and easy

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  • About this deal:
    • This price is $59 lower (43% savings) than the list price of $138.
    • Price valid through 5/29 or while supplies last.
  • About this product:
    • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
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The little saw is great for plywood and lopping off the ends of 2x4s.

Some may find it a little underpowered, but as long as you cut straight and use a sharp blade it shouldn't bog down much.

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Is a 5.5" circular saw practical/ useful? Just had a 6.5" circular saw die on me and would like to replace it but that size doesn't seem useful for much.
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Quote from rmnk :
Is a 5.5" circular saw practical/ useful? Just had a 6.5" circular saw die on me and would like to replace it but that size doesn't seem useful for much.
The little saw is great for plywood and lopping off the ends of 2x4s.

Some may find it a little underpowered, but as long as you cut straight and use a sharp blade it shouldn't bog down much.
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Quote from rmnk :
Is a 5.5" circular saw practical/ useful? Just had a 6.5" circular saw die on me and would like to replace it but that size doesn't seem useful for much.
I have found that my 5.5" from them didn't always cut all the way through 2x4s. I usually had to flip it over. I upgraded to a 7.25 for this reason. If you aren't doing much with 2x4, then it shouldn't matter.
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Anyone know if can do the same as other Ryobi deals and return one of the tools?
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Do yourself a favor and get the 6.5" or larger then thank me later.
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I have found that my 5.5" from them didn't always cut all the way through 2x4s. I usually had to flip it over. I upgraded to a 7.25 for this reason. If you aren't doing much with 2x4, then it shouldn't matter.
You must've been cutting some really old lumber, because a modern 2x4 is 1-1/2" thick and the depth of cut on this little saw is 1-11/16".
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already have the circular can i return only the circular? Aka hackable?
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Wish they'd put the 7-1/4" saw up for sale. I have a ton of those blades and don't really want more 😭
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Is a 5.5" circular saw practical/ useful? Just had a 6.5" circular saw die on me and would like to replace it but that size doesn't seem useful for much.
Great little saw. I have one along with my full sized Ridgid Octane, but reach for the little Ryobi most of the time, unless I'm cutting some demanding stock.
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Quote from elizabethbennet :
Do yourself a favor and get the 6.5" or larger then thank me later.
I have this little 5.5" circular saw, along with a corded 7-1/4 Milwaukee and cordless 7-1/4 Ridgid Octane and love it. Use it much more than the other two. The Ryobi is the only one I take to to work for when I need to cut 2x4's, sheet goods, ledger boards, etc. I don't need a circular saw everyday, but for my needs it's great. Light and plenty of power for these tasks and takes up almost no room in my tool boxes.
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I have found that my 5.5" from them didn't always cut all the way through 2x4s. I usually had to flip it over. I upgraded to a 7.25 for this reason. If you aren't doing much with 2x4, then it shouldn't matter.
You either have the depth set too high or you're cutting old lumber which was actually 2" x 4"
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If you're worried about power I recommend a corded 7 1/4 circular saw with a Diablo blade. Will cut just about any wood you throw at it .
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6.5 not 5.5 that's what she said?
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