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Ryobi 18v ONE+ Reciprocating Saw - RRS1801M (No Battery) £53.99 @ Amazon
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Ryobi 18v ONE+ Reciprocating Saw - RRS1801M (No Battery) £53.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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The Ryobi RRS1801M 18V Reciprocating Saw is ideal for cutting worktops, boards, or plastic pipes, branches and tough materials. The variable speed allows for total control no matter what project you are completing. Say goodbye to labour intensive, uncomfortable sawing tasks with leading anti-vibe technology ensuring a controlled and convenient cut each time. The adjustable front shoe allows you to use the entire blade, increasing blade life and saving you money. The RRS1801M is part of the Ryobi One Plus range. One Plus is the world’s largest interchangeable cordless power tool system. This tool is powered by lightweight Lithium Ion batteries, meaning it is always ready to use with no self-discharge and no memory effect - with a long run time and improved durability this saw can be relied on. Battery powered technology gives you the freedom and convenience to carry out projects whenever and wherever you like, without the hassle and restraint of cables and power sources. This tool is compatible with all Ryobi One Plus batteries and comes with a wide range of blades, and sanding accessories saving allowing for use with a variety of applications. This tool is compatible with all Ryobi One Plus batteries.
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4 Comments
Does anyone know if this will be strong enough to cut the mother-in-law's Turkey this Christmas?
I've got the old model. Works well but these things are hard to control and you end up making a mess
I used it to cut logs and prune trees in the garden. Makes easy work of those tasks. No precision required of course. (Used other brand on past jobs but now having a Ryobi which was £43 last week)
I have one along with a vast array of other Ryobi tools and have to say that this particular bit of kit OK-ish for light domestic use only.

I use Makita and Milwaukee 18v at work and can't half tell the difference in power, build quality, and overall ruggedness.

But.......you also pay a lot more for those "pro" brands.

So if you need an occasional demolition saw, this is still a bargain.
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