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Ryobi ONE+ 18v Tools and Batteries at Homebase from £9 - free c&c
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Ryobi ONE+ 18v Tools and Batteries at Homebase from £9 - free c&c

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Refreshed 25th Feb (Posted 12th Feb)

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Various Ryobi 18v tools at Homebase

Whilst we all accept that Ryobi 18v Tools are probably to expensive these are some of the lowest prices ive seen without these being closure stock.

They seem to be all unavailable for delivery but check you local store and click and collect.

Ryobi ONE+ 18V Torch RFL180M £9
Ryobi ONE+ 18V Toolshop Blower R18TB-0 (Tool only) £27
Ryobi ONE+ 18V Folding Area Light R18ALF-0 (Tool only) £31.50
Ryobi ONE+ 18V Inflator R18I-0 (Tool only) £34.50
Ryobi ONE+ 18V 2 Speaker Radio R18RH-0 (Tool only) £54.50

Etc other tools and batteries avaiable.
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If only they hadn't shut my local homebase.
A 150 lumens halogen torch.

2005 called, they want their tools back. Gosh, I wonder why Homebase is struggling to survive.
Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 25th Feb
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Inflator might be worth a punt (for me). Got the torch. The workshop blower seems a bit pointless. Thanks OP.
If only they hadn't shut my local homebase.
£20 for the torchbattery alone !! Heat
Edited by: "Captain.Banana" 12th Feb
MoneyEyes12/02/2019 07:38

Doesn't include battery


Ah yes, I see now. Picture for £9 torch shows battery, others don’t. A bit misleading really but you’re right, it says no battery in the description
Was after the impact driver for ages. Cheers OP
kainfs1 h, 11 m ago

Was after the impact driver for ages. Cheers OP


Yea same, cant grumble for that price
As a result of another post I ordered my Ryobi from Amazon US even after paying shipping and duty it was £26 for the drill no battery.
This brushless Combi Drill set with 2x 2.5Ah batteries seems like a good deal. A quick search seems to show it's never been within £50 of this price.

homebase.co.uk/ryo…759
The right angle drill is a good one to have (especially for decking).
CheapLife12/02/2019 07:30

Inflator might be worth a punt (for me). Got the torch. The workshop …Inflator might be worth a punt (for me). Got the torch. The workshop blower seems a bit pointless. Thanks OP.


shame they don't sell the handheld inflator in the UK. I imported one and its fantastic.
great spot thanks
Thanks OP, got £166 worth of Ryobi one tools for £94!
If anyone spots any further price drops please update this thread, there are several items that I want but are still just a bit too expensive, eg jigsaw, multitool, etc
JoeLennox28 m ago

If anyone spots any further price drops please update this thread, there …If anyone spots any further price drops please update this thread, there are several items that I want but are still just a bit too expensive, eg jigsaw, multitool, etc


Multitool is reduced to £45 🏻
Let me know if it hits £30
Picked up the inflator in store. Never would have bought it as the prices in store were all wrong (£45.50). If I hadn't seen it here I wouldn't have pursued it as it rings at the lower price instore
Yes, thanks for listing; got the Ryobi ONE+ 18V Inflator R18I-0 (Tool only) £34.50.
Hope the the tyre connector is durable.
They really need to reduce prices across the range.
CheapLife12/02/2019 07:30

Inflator might be worth a punt (for me). Got the torch. The workshop …Inflator might be worth a punt (for me). Got the torch. The workshop blower seems a bit pointless. Thanks OP.


ngs15/02/2019 17:34

Yes, thanks for listing; got the Ryobi ONE+ 18V Inflator R18I-0 (Tool …Yes, thanks for listing; got the Ryobi ONE+ 18V Inflator R18I-0 (Tool only) £34.50.Hope the the tyre connector is durable. They really need to reduce prices across the range.



The inflator is decent, but like all pumps like this the pressure readout is hilariously inaccurate (mine is over 10psi out) so if using for tyres buy a separate decent pressure gauge (like the Race-X or similar) to verify pressures.
AllTheUnknown14 m ago

The inflator is decent, but like all pumps like this the pressure readout …The inflator is decent, but like all pumps like this the pressure readout is hilariously inaccurate (mine is over 10psi out) so if using for tyres buy a separate decent pressure gauge (like the Race-X or similar) to verify pressures.


TBH I was impressed it measured it
Captain.Banana12th Feb

Ah yes, I see now. Picture for £9 torch shows battery, others don’t. A bit …Ah yes, I see now. Picture for £9 torch shows battery, others don’t. A bit misleading really but you’re right, it says no battery in the description


Sorry, what?

A torch that doesn't actually perform as a torch (without a £20 battery) - is that what you are saying.

But there's a battery in the main picture.
Edited by: "thelatics" 25th Feb
Been these prices for a while.
Picked up the ryobi brushless drill driver and impact driver with 2 batteries and a charger for £150 from £300. Great bit of kit.
Any Ryobi BATTERY deals around?
A 150 lumens halogen torch.

2005 called, they want their tools back. Gosh, I wonder why Homebase is struggling to survive.
Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 25th Feb
The two torches are 140 & 150 lumens

I got a twinpack of 750 lumens LED torches for the cars in Costco for about £20
The batteries are a good price if you already have the Rubio units.
BenderRodriguez1 h, 32 m ago

A 150 lumens halogen torch.2005 called, they want their tools back.



I've got the LED torch. It's really good actually.
flux12th Feb

shame they don't sell the handheld inflator in the UK. I imported one and …shame they don't sell the handheld inflator in the UK. I imported one and its fantastic.


Is this the one you mean? halfords.com/wor…ool
Edited by: "zzr-matt" 25th Feb
I saw the tools they had on offer. When you factor in the charger and battery they’re not so cheap anymore.
carphead12th Feb

If only they hadn't shut my local homebase.


Bedford had both its stores closed!
vasya8 h, 43 m ago

Any Ryobi BATTERY deals around?


£17.50 for the 1.3ah ones. They are not too bad to be fair. They need charging more than the bigger ones but still do the job for drills, sanders etc. I have a couple of the smaller Ah ones and they are fine. One of them is from 2011. The 4aH batteries last a long time. Got mine for £44 off amazon a while back.
Reciprocating saw, jigsaw and angle grinder (all cordless) are cheaper at B & Q. Also B & Q price match but not sure if that relates to whether Homebase don't have it in stock in your home town but do have it in stock 30 miles away which is the case with a couple of items I was looking at. Heat added as I picked up the last two 1.3aH batteries in my local store. My 7 and 8 year old ones are not going to last forever, or maybe they will lol.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 25th Feb
Remember b&q will price match too we got the torch yesterday. We bought back from the USA last year the inflator and chopsaw and a double battery pack which was the same price for one over here. Wish they would release their proper stick vacuum over here ASAP
ohmygod200615 h, 52 m ago

I saw the tools they had on offer. When you factor in the charger and …I saw the tools they had on offer. When you factor in the charger and battery they’re not so cheap anymore.



Usually it's best value to buy a kit to start yourself off. Sometimes you can get good deals that include a battery and charger. There was a hedge trimmer a few days ago.There was also a very good deal with a drill and impact driver and two batteries. But I think they've gone.
Once you have a battery and charger the bare tools become good value for money (sometimes)

For example this is a good deal with charger and two good batteries
diy.com/dep…prd
I got the hammer drill that came with the quick charger back in 2011 and have added to it over the years. I bought Ryobi as I was using them at work and they performed well for what is classed by the pros as a DIY drill. I have had a battery fail at 13 months old and a bulb on the torch and that's it. Ryobi changed the battery without issue.

Word of warning for anyone wanting the cheap 1.3Ah batteries who may be worried about how old they are. Just picked mine up and it was manufactured in week 46 2016 so the battery is 2 years, 3 months old !! Measures 17.13 volts on my meter and is not flat. Will check it tomorrow against a fully charged one.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 27th Feb
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