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Ryobi one 18v router only £45 at Homebase Streatham
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Ryobi one 18v router only £45 at Homebase Streatham

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Posted 4th JanAvailable: London

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The Homebase in streatham are selling the ryobi one 18v router for only £45.

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  • LED lights up your work area for better visibility
  • Powerful 29,000 rpm and lightweight trim router adds the edge to any project
  • For performance and runtime we recommend using a 5.0 Ah lithium plus battery which can trim up to 22 metres of pine
  • Includes 6 mm collet, 6.35 mm collet, 6.35 mm straight cutter, parallel guide
  • Aluminum base offers stability and accuracy

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One left in Homebase Tiverton. I picked one up and they are solidly built.
They are awesome, If you can find one at this unicorn price your onto a winner
I don’t think this includes the battery.
What is this for?
wmian78604/01/2020 12:06

It’s to brush your teeth.


I am only joking so please don’t get annoyed. It’s a tool for woodwork but I suppose if you have not heard of it, this will probably not be of any good to you.
no battery included so then need to factor in that cost too.
Not even 10gb... Cold.
i had ‘router’ in my keywords to get meself an asus router modem or something but this will show NowTV broadband what real router is
Got one in Inverurie store. Had about 6 on shelf
Normally get this for about £70 tool only so good deal of you can find them
craigl12204/01/2020 15:39

Got one in Inverurie store. Had about 6 on shelf


Have u seen any one+ hot glue gun n random orbital sander in stock in inverurie? Another post said they been reduced in other homebase as well. Cheers
rakuten04/01/2020 20:15

Have u seen any one+ hot glue gun n random orbital sander in stock in …Have u seen any one+ hot glue gun n random orbital sander in stock in inverurie? Another post said they been reduced in other homebase as well. Cheers


They had some in the streatham office but to be honest I didn’t check the price. I am passing there tomorrow so will check and let you know in The morning
rakuten04/01/2020 20:15

Have u seen any one+ hot glue gun n random orbital sander in stock in …Have u seen any one+ hot glue gun n random orbital sander in stock in inverurie? Another post said they been reduced in other homebase as well. Cheers


Didn’t see any of them reduced. I’d have gone for a sander if I’d seen any. Only other bargain was a Ryobi cordless circular saw for 32 quid but someone bagged the last 1 just as I spotted it.
craigl12204/01/2020 20:19

Didn’t see any of them reduced. I’d have gone for a sander if I’d seen any. …Didn’t see any of them reduced. I’d have gone for a sander if I’d seen any. Only other bargain was a Ryobi cordless circular saw for 32 quid but someone bagged the last 1 just as I spotted it.


Shame they closed aberdeen stores. wonder maybe they are orginal price on shelf n will scan cheap at checkout. I got router n circular saw alrdy, they both decent. Pls let me knw if theres any sander n glue gun been reduced there if u go over check again, cheers
Don't buy this, hasn't even got a port for ethernet cable!
MarkTippett04/01/2020 21:51

Don't buy this, hasn't even got a port for ethernet cable!


But it does come with one “bit” memory!
Thanks Op.
But blimey the battery is expensive.
So how could this be a bargain? 👀
Can this do the dual band why fies?
pitbullmern04/01/2020 12:10

no battery included so then need to factor in that cost too.


And the charger.

I'm saving for the DeWalt one as I already have their batteries.

This is a good router for general DIYers though.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 5th Jan
Argyll6805/01/2020 09:47

And the charger.I'm saving for the DeWalt one as I already have their …And the charger.I'm saving for the DeWalt one as I already have their batteries. This is a good router for general DIYers though.


Or professionals
jay1505/01/2020 11:06

Or professionals


I'm in the trade and don't know one single tradesman who uses Ryobi.
Argyll6805/01/2020 12:19

I'm in the trade and don't know one single tradesman who uses Ryobi.


That doesn't mean that they are not suitable for trade use does it ?
jay1505/01/2020 12:43

That doesn't mean that they are not suitable for trade use does it ?


Well it does. It tells you they're not built for trade use i.e to use everyday..
We will have to disagree on that one.
jay1505/01/2020 16:22

We will have to disagree on that one.


Are you in the trade?
Yes why do you ask? , we seem to have gone off subject here I am simply pointing out that it is fine for professionals as well as DIY . I have this router and it's really well built I also have loads of Ryobi gear and the higher end drills and other tools in my opinion would be fine for professional use.
Edited by: "jay15" 5th Jan
jay1505/01/2020 21:26

Yes why do you ask? , we seem to have gone off subject here I am simply …Yes why do you ask? , we seem to have gone off subject here I am simply pointing out that it is fine for professionals as well as DIY . I have this router and it's really well built I also have loads of Ryobi gear and the higher end drills and other tools in my opinion would be fine for professional use.


Hmmmm

I'll leave it there.
Argyll6805/01/2020 16:00

Well it does. It tells you they're not built for trade use i.e to use …Well it does. It tells you they're not built for trade use i.e to use everyday..


I'll bet all my pants that the dewalt xr will die long before I mange to kill 6 of these for the same money
MAEL06/01/2020 01:36

I'll bet all my pants that the dewalt xr will die long before I mange to …I'll bet all my pants that the dewalt xr will die long before I mange to kill 6 of these for the same money


So you bought 6 of them?
Argyll6806/01/2020 08:07

So you bought 6 of them?


Nope... I did buy a couple though,just in case, I kill them quick!... They seem pretty solid, and well built so fingers crossed .... Oh the L'derry store in NI had 4 in stock yesterday for anyone that neck of the woods !
MAEL06/01/2020 10:17

Nope... I did buy a couple though,just in case, I kill them … Nope... I did buy a couple though,just in case, I kill them quick!... They seem pretty solid, and well built so fingers crossed .... Oh the L'derry store in NI had 4 in stock yesterday for anyone that neck of the woods !


If you're using them regularly they won't last long.

I went to the Pollockshaws store yesterday just to have a look. I decided against it as I think it's a false economy but each to their own.

If I went to a new site site and pulled out a Ryobi router they'd be thinking "is he a joiner"
Edited by: "Argyll68" 6th Jan
There is some in Biggleswade store. But the battery is shocking price....
One left in the Sudbury, Suffolk store. Right at the back of the shelf. Had to ask them to get my one.
j0nY9006/01/2020 11:03

There is some in Biggleswade store. But the battery is shocking price....


Amazon business site used to sell 5ah battery for 23 quids, im waiting for that offer to come back
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