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Ryobi ONE+ 18v Extraction Workshop Vacuum (R18PV-0) £96.31 at Amazon
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Ryobi ONE+ 18v Extraction Workshop Vacuum (R18PV-0) £96.31 at Amazon

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Posted 8th JunEdited by:"Lakesman"

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Had an alert from CCC to say this had dropped below £100 (the lowest price it's been), but unfortunately I've recently purchased the Bosch Professional vacuum that was on here a while back.

So for those who have invested in the Ryobi ecosystem and need a workshop vacuum, this is a good price for a portable extraction system/workshop vac.

If voting cold, then you must know where it can be found cheaper from a reputable retailer?

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that is really cool, I didn't realise you could get a portable one of these
paulbohs08/06/2020 15:49

that is really cool, I didn't realise you could get a portable one of these


A portable vacuum??
paulbohs08/06/2020 15:49

that is really cool, I didn't realise you could get a portable one of these


Just typical it drops in price a month after I bought the "Bosch Professional Dust Extractor", when it was £86 (now £112) or I would have had one of these, as I have loads of Ryobi tools + 5 batteries.

I do have a few Bosch Professional tools too + 4 batteries, but if the Ryobi vacuum is anything like the Bosch vacuum, it will eat through a fully charged 5.0Ah battery in no time at all.
Edited by: "Lakesman" 8th Jun
furiousjammin08/06/2020 15:56

A portable vacuum??


By the looks of it you can connect it to tools and use it as a mini extractor. I have a big record power extractor but something more portable will be great for smaller DIY jobs. I'm thinking of connecting to jigsaw and my battery tools rather than the bandsaw.
Looks pretty cool, not sure if it's worth the £100 for DIY. The handheld vaccum is rubbish, the only Ryobi tool I never use.
JoeLennox08/06/2020 16:39

Looks pretty cool, not sure if it's worth the £100 for DIY. The handheld …Looks pretty cool, not sure if it's worth the £100 for DIY. The handheld vaccum is rubbish, the only Ryobi tool I never use.


Same here, used once and never again....hope this is better, but then again so is a Henry for around same money and that's MY diy jobs, workshop, car, garden sorted! Cant see this being too much use in all honesty....dustpan and brush anyone? 😁
Thanks for the heads up op . I'm doing quite a bit of work at home and getting tired of carting my large workshop vacuum around and tripping over the hose & cable. Wife is also not happy with me clogging her hand held Dyson either.
I have bought quite a few Ryobi tools and batteries over the last year or so and this looks like it will get a lot of use 👌
Lakesman08/06/2020 15:58

Just typical it drops in price a month after I bought the "Bosch …Just typical it drops in price a month after I bought the "Bosch Professional Dust Extractor", when it was £86 (now £112) or I would have had one of these, as I have loads of Ryobi tools + 5 batteries.I do have a few Bosch Professional tools too + 4 batteries, but if the Ryobi vacuum is anything like the Bosch vacuum, it will eat through a fully charged 5.0Ah battery in no time at all.


16 minutes on a fully charged 5.0Ah, which is probably under 'test' conditions that no one else can replicate.
Why is this model named after a town in Nottinghamshire? Bit random!

Ryobi ONE+ 18v ExtractionWorksopVacuum (R18PV-0) £96.31 at Amazon
Hi, seems a bit expensive, will it be any good.i bought the hand vacuum it's absolutely useless.for this price point you would hope it's up to the job?
Has any one used it ? Or own one ?
I feel like I should have one of these, even though I’m completely inept at DIY!
Azzin08/06/2020 18:10

I feel like I should have one of these, even though I’m completely inept a …I feel like I should have one of these, even though I’m completely inept at DIY!



You should let someone DIFY then! LOL
gringo180408/06/2020 17:30

Why is this model named after a town in Nottinghamshire? Bit random!Ryobi …Why is this model named after a town in Nottinghamshire? Bit random!Ryobi ONE+ 18v Extraction Worksop Vacuum (R18PV-0) £96.31 at Amazon



Noted, lolled and changed!
Azzin08/06/2020 18:10

I feel like I should have one of these, even though I’m completely inept a …I feel like I should have one of these, even though I’m completely inept at DIY!


Yes to clean up the mess
Lakesman08/06/2020 15:58

Just typical it drops in price a month after I bought the "Bosch …Just typical it drops in price a month after I bought the "Bosch Professional Dust Extractor", when it was £86 (now £112) or I would have had one of these, as I have loads of Ryobi tools + 5 batteries.I do have a few Bosch Professional tools too + 4 batteries, but if the Ryobi vacuum is anything like the Bosch vacuum, it will eat through a fully charged 5.0Ah battery in no time at all.


Not possible for you to buy a Bosch to Ryobi battery adapter? ... There are some knocking about for Ryobi to Makita which I have used before
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