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Ryobi One+ 18V Cordless 3-1/4'' Planer w/ Dust Bag (Tool Only - Flash Sale - 4 hours from posting) $59.99

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Home Depot has Ryobi One+ 18V Cordless 3-1/4'' Planer w/ Dust Bag (Tool Only, P611) on sale for $59. Shipping is free, or you can select ship-to-store where available.

Note: Battery and charger sold separately.

Thanks to Community Member Darkwinter for finding this deal.

Features:
Automatic kickstand prevents marring of work piece
Dual left or right chip exhaust
Cuts up to 1/16 in. per pass at full width for maximum versatility
Convenient on-board blade wrench storage
Features GRIPZONE overmold with micro texture for user comfort
Integrated chamfering groove in front shoe
Includes:
(1) P611 18V ONE+ 3-1/4'' Planer
(2) Reversible double-edged blades (installed)
(1) Blade wrench
(1) Rabbet edge guide
(1) Dust bag
Operator's manual
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About this deal:
Deal is only valid on September 1st, 2022.
This price is $39.97 lower (40% savings) than the listed retail price.
About this product:
Includes a 3-Year Warranty
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I am thinking of going with a corded one for power and size 4-3/8" Wen for the same price. Anyone have experience with that vs this one, please share your thoughts.

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I am thinking of going with a corded one for power and size 4-3/8" Wen for the same price. Anyone have experience with that vs this one, please share your thoughts.

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I can see power being an issue on larger wood. Honestly. Most people will use this when fitting a door to size or some other dedicated use.
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I got warned for posting the link, but a quick search shows you can get the P611 Ryobi planer on Amazon for $53.50.
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I got warned for posting the link, but a quick search shows you can get the P611 Ryobi planer on Amazon for $53.50.
It's from kinda a sketchy third party, amazon price is same as HD.
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Haven't tried this one, however, the massive power appetite of these tools would make me hesitant to buy cordless, unless it's very light work over short periods. I tortured an m18 planer while building a deck, has to plane down joist as I was using composite decking, the batteries lasted about 10 minutes tool time. Went with my trusty Makita corded and I was much happier.
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I am thinking of going with a corded one for power and size 4-3/8" Wen for the same price. Anyone have experience with that vs this one, please share your thoughts.

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I have the wen, it's great! No lack for power. Used it to smooth out some free rough cut lumber for multiple projects. You can select left or right chip discharge. I personally don't use the bag, as it's always outdoor work. It makes great wood chips too.
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