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Ryobi R18HG-0 18V ONE+ Cordless Heat Gun (Body Only) £69.94 at Amazon
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Ryobi R18HG-0 18V ONE+ Cordless Heat Gun (Body Only) £69.94 at Amazon

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Ryobi R18HG-0 18V ONE+ Cordless Heat Gun (Body Only) £69.94 at Amazon
Posted 24th Jun 2020

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OK we all know this isn't cheap for a cordless heat gun but its only ever been a pound cheaper on Amazon ever.

Part of the one+ system of cordless tools for the home and garden, the



Ryobi R18HG-0 heat gun is perfect for DIY and Renovator who want to



shrink tubing or film, drying out damp wood, bend or weld pipes and



plastic, soften adhesives or defrost frozen pipes. Rapidly heats to



470°c in under 10 seconds so you can quickly tackle your project, Plus



cordless convenience means you can work in situ on a wide range of



applications. Features an integrated LED work light to help illuminate



work area. Kit includes a concentrator nozzle for controlled direction



of heat and a reflector nozzle for 360⁰ heat (Ideal for wire shrinking



or bending pipes). all one+ products come with a 3-year warranty for



quality assurance.
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Looks a good price, I’d be worried about the heat output from a battery however.

This is completely unfounded of course
Edited by: "mango.carrot" 24th Jun
Flapjackdoodoo:
sgs-engineering.com/r18…BwE

£2 less there

Can vouch for SGS, got my Ryobi impact wrench kit there and a very sturdy heavy weight car jack. Very affordable and good quality.

mango.carrot24/06/2020 10:01

Looks a good price, I’d be worried about the heat output from a battery h …Looks a good price, I’d be worried about the heat output from a battery however.This is completely unfounded of course


The battery outputting heat? Not sure I follow. The battery will get as hot as using any comparable cordless tool as it can only take in or output power at a given rate. The tool being a heater shouldn't make a difference.
mango.carrot24/06/2020 10:01

Looks a good price, I’d be worried about the heat output from a battery h …Looks a good price, I’d be worried about the heat output from a battery however.This is completely unfounded of course


I have one and it's OK for say cable heat shrink, but you ain't gonna be stripping paint with it.

I personally use it to dry the COMA when I get out of the shower.

Seriously though, it handy for light tasks as mentioned above and I do use it for removing stickers and labels from boxes so I can reuse them and for that it perfect and the portability is a bonus obviously.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 24th Jun
Jetaylor24/06/2020 10:47

Flapjackdoodoo:sgs-engineering.com/r18hg-0-heat-gun?gclid=CjwKCAjw88v3BRBFEiwApwLevYPmzdGZawkcdG0-tQbg6cU6CKqHvGfgzCVM7SYX992EUfGJxgkSXBoCpfQQAvD_BwE£2 less thereCan vouch for SGS, got my Ryobi impact wrench kit there and a very sturdy heavy weight car jack. Very affordable and good quality. The battery outputting heat? Not sure I follow. The battery will get as hot as using any comparable cordless tool as it can only take in or output power at a given rate. The tool being a heater shouldn't make a difference.


I think he maybe meant the conversion factor as anything that produces heat uses a lot more energy (battery capacity in this case) than say for instance a torch, drill or circular saw.
Jetaylor24/06/2020 10:47

Flapjackdoodoo:sgs-engineering.com/r18hg-0-heat-gun?gclid=CjwKCAjw88v3BRBFEiwApwLevYPmzdGZawkcdG0-tQbg6cU6CKqHvGfgzCVM7SYX992EUfGJxgkSXBoCpfQQAvD_BwE£2 less thereCan vouch for SGS, got my Ryobi impact wrench kit there and a very sturdy heavy weight car jack. Very affordable and good quality. The battery outputting heat? Not sure I follow. The battery will get as hot as using any comparable cordless tool as it can only take in or output power at a given rate. The tool being a heater shouldn't make a difference.


I meant using a battery powered heat gun instead of a corded one
Think the run time for this on a 5AH battery is only 15 minutes so would be ok for the quick odd job but for labour intensive tasks I’d definitely be looking at a 240v version.
Hmmm, okay I'm sure there is a reason to buy this but I'm not seeing it for most people. It is a heat gun, something most of us will use occasionally and for that, a corded heat gun can be had for £15 ready to be used without relying on a battery.
If you are using it often then be prepared to use it for a short amount of time each or use multiple batteries.

Some things are just better corded. For me at least, this is one of those things.
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