Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Ryobi ONE+ 18V 2 Speaker Radio R18RH-0 (Tool only) - £38.15 @ Homebase (Free C&C)
160° Expired

Ryobi ONE+ 18V 2 Speaker Radio R18RH-0 (Tool only) - £38.15 @ Homebase (Free C&C)

£38.15£44.9915%Homebase Deals
5
Posted 14th Jul 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

The Ryobi 18V One+ Radio will keep you entertained for hours while you get your DIY jobs done.

Featuring two 7W speakers, the radio holds 10 preset AM or FM stations, and is also able to play your favourite tunes via Bluetooth connection (up to 10m) or any MP3 player through the auxiliary input on the front of the radio.

  • Integrated Bluetooth module to stream music
  • USB charging port to charge your USB devises (USB cord not included)
  • Integrated auxiliary input for MP3 use (Aux cable included)
Community Updates
If you click through or buy, retailers may pay hotukdeals some money, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.

Groups

Top comments
I made a 40 mile round trip to pick one up from the nearest HB with stock, but I should not have bothered. OK it's about £50 less than elsewhere, but it was never worth that much in the first place.

The sound is crap, not bassy but boomy - even when adjusting the bass and treble. You need the speakers pointing right at you and be in line with them, as if you are a bit off-centre from them you get booms not tunes. It actually sounds better if you lay the unit on its back on the floor with the speakers pointing upwards. And a normal batter sticks right out the back - crap design.

The way the presets work is crap as you need to cycle through them, and if you miss the one you want you cycle through them, and if you miss the one you want .....

Reception on FM is crap, need to be in a good open space and hanging on to the ariel !

No option for mains power like the US (and Euro?) versions, the plug socket is blanked off.

I have the old blue Ryobi radio, and that sounds better albeit with not much bass, but still clearer.

Don't trust any YouTube reviews on this - which don't actually seem to be reviews
5 Comments
I made a 40 mile round trip to pick one up from the nearest HB with stock, but I should not have bothered. OK it's about £50 less than elsewhere, but it was never worth that much in the first place.

The sound is crap, not bassy but boomy - even when adjusting the bass and treble. You need the speakers pointing right at you and be in line with them, as if you are a bit off-centre from them you get booms not tunes. It actually sounds better if you lay the unit on its back on the floor with the speakers pointing upwards. And a normal batter sticks right out the back - crap design.

The way the presets work is crap as you need to cycle through them, and if you miss the one you want you cycle through them, and if you miss the one you want .....

Reception on FM is crap, need to be in a good open space and hanging on to the ariel !

No option for mains power like the US (and Euro?) versions, the plug socket is blanked off.

I have the old blue Ryobi radio, and that sounds better albeit with not much bass, but still clearer.

Don't trust any YouTube reviews on this - which don't actually seem to be reviews
Thanks Waldolf
Saved me some wasted time and money
Was going to use with a DeWalt battery adapter.....
mozzer_Morris14/07/2019 17:58

Thanks WaldolfSaved me some wasted time and money Was going to use with a …Thanks WaldolfSaved me some wasted time and money Was going to use with a DeWalt battery adapter.....


Good idea. But get an adapter for a different brand radio!
It's not very authentic, I mean where's all the paint and dirt?
Soooo much better off with a 'normal' rechargeable bluetooth speaker.

This would be worth considering if it had mains power + the option to charge a One+ battery.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text