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Ryobi ONE+ 18V RPP182020 Pole Saw INCLUDING 2.0Ah Battery AND charger £85 Amazon
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Ryobi ONE+ 18V RPP182020 Pole Saw INCLUDING 2.0Ah Battery AND charger £85 Amazon

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Posted 28th FebEdited by:"newsgroupmonkey"

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In another post, someone rightly pointed out a great deal at Argos for one of these without a battery for £50.
Unfortunately, it's a bit of a wild goose chase and the nearest I could find was 150 miles away.
Ryobi One+ batteries are universal to the series and I've already got quite a few bits (multi tool, impact driver, couple of saws, strimmer etc.)

The battery alone RRP is £50 (although Argos have them on offer for £35 right now) without a charger. And bizarrely, it's £115 on Amazon to buy the bare tool on its own.
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Amazon are price matching Argos who have this kit for £85. Good deal as Argos stock is a bit hit and miss.
Good price. I wish the body only option was discounted as well because I have spare batteries already, there's no stock in the local Argos.
wywywywy28/02/2020 13:57

Good price. I wish the body only option was discounted as well because I …Good price. I wish the body only option was discounted as well because I have spare batteries already, there's no stock in the local Argos.


I think there's only 1 in the country
I'm with you - I have spare batteries, but I'm not complaining about getting another.
Have been watching for ages (zero battery option up to now which was down to £50 at one point). Have been told they are very useful. Might save me hanging out of my tree branches with my 16 inch Ryobi chainsaw. Just one slip lol .
Charger got to be around £35 and similar for the battery alone.
Are these any good?
Would I be better off getting a corded one to keep power also?
Reviews are good. I've got other Ryobi gear and it's ace.

I wouldn't bother with an SDS drill, because those things need a lead, but most other stuff is fine.
bkpatel28/02/2020 16:43

Are these any good?Would I be better off getting a corded one to keep …Are these any good?Would I be better off getting a corded one to keep power also?



Depends how big your bush is.

This sort of device is designed for the odd high branch, not full scale tree surgery

If you have loads of hedge to trim then a cordless will still work fine, but just make sure you have two batteries, one to charge whilst you're using another.
I have a corded chainsaw bought when tesco direct stopped it was dirt cheap however this is more versatile...
Ordered thank you
Edited by: "Soul_4_a_deal" 28th Feb
How do the new HE batteries compare to the current range?
Gormond28/02/2020 17:09

How do the new HE batteries compare to the current range?



You won't notice a difference on most tools. Most tools are not limited by the power of the battery, but by the specification of the tool itself.
Ordered. Thanks.
Smashing deal!
Sweet, nice that this actually included the charger too!
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