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 Post subject: Novel use for Ryobi one plus tools
PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:12 am 
http://www.marketwatch.com/video/deep-m ... 6B4A1.html

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 Post subject: Win a £5000 Ryobi kit for Christmas
PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:17 pm 
If you want to try why not visist Ryobi Tools UK and enter the competition. I'm in!

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 Post subject: Ryobi one plus Nicad drill query
PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2016 5:38 pm 
Hello hope someone may be able to help
I am selling 2 Ryobi one plus tools on behalf of someone who has suffered a bereavement, one is a drill driver model ref CDI 1802 and the other a jigsaw CJS-180L together with 4 nicad batteries.

The problem is that the batteries all work the jigsaw but the drill only works with one. All the batteries are 1817M apart from one which is BPP1817m but the ...

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 Post subject: Battery charger problems
PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 3:17 pm 
Hi

Wondering if anyone can help.

About 18 months ago I got myself some Ryobi kit, specifically an impact driver and drill driver set, which came with a charger and 2 batteries. I also ended up with an additional charger, battery and tool bag thrown in (yay). The chargers are the big green 14.4V-18V Dual Chargers (BCL1418H).

A few months ago one of the chargers seemed to die on me, now when I plug it ...

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 Post subject: Starting on the One + road - best starter options??
PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2014 4:33 pm 
Hi All

I have a lot of diy ahead of me in the coming years having bought a bit of a fixer-upper house and although I have a reasonable set of own brand tools, I would like to get something a little better and am looking at the Ryobi One+ range for the flexibility of the unified battery system, the range of tools available and tyhe increase in quality over thelikes of Wickes and Argos ...

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 Post subject: Ryobi CDI-1803 3-speed combi drill
PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2014 1:41 pm 
I've owned a Ryobi CDI-1803 throughout its life; it was part of the One+ system in rather vibrant green, and was used with both Li-on and ni-cads. It was the highest-end drill they did at the time, with metal gears and chuck, and what I would rate as medium-heavy in torque, at around 55nm I believe. (Interestingly I notice the latest DeWalt DCD995 appears to have a near-identical chuck). I don't know if its being ...

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 Post subject: ryobi /aeg muti head system including oscillating saw head
PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:38 pm 
ryobi and AEG both come from the tti industries stable

the first thing you notice about the aeg heads is the weight virtually all metal
angle drill 800g
jigsaw 1100g
hammer head 710g
ryobi oscillating head 400g including blade
machine body 620g


oscillating saw function

i bought the ryobi 18v multitool complete with oscillating head
it performs in a similar way to the bosch blue 10.8v pro model
it will run far ...

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 Post subject: airstrike nailer 18g
PostPosted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 7:17 pm 
Not had it a long time but thought id start a review and add to it as i use it more.
Packaging considering its came all the way from the states its better nic than some of the boxes in b n q
well on to the tool. As its one plus tool you guessed it the batteries fit so in went a fully charged battery and out to the shed i go.
tried it ...

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 Post subject: Has B-A seen this, yet? Cordless 2nd fix from Ryobi
PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2013 1:49 pm 
Take a look at this (R18NLO). Looks like Ryobi's take on the deWalt DW608 18 gauge 2nd fix gun, but somewhat lighter (because there is no flywheel). Still no 16 gauge gun as far as I can tell, though, so not yet fully trade ready IMHO. Any idea about availability in the UK, B-A?

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 Post subject: Ryobi - light trade?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 08, 2013 10:30 am 
Not according to B&Q

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