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Ryobi R18AG-140S 18V ONE+ Cordless Angle Grinder Starter Kit (1 x 4.0Ah) £89.99 at Amazon
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Ryobi R18AG-140S 18V ONE+ Cordless Angle Grinder Starter Kit (1 x 4.0Ah) £89.99 at Amazon

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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Hi amazon are selling the ryobi one grinder, a 4.0ah battery (which by itself is around £50) a battery charger and a ryobi bag all for only £89.99. Because the price is £89.99, you can also qualify for a free additional tool like a sander etc.

I know some people may find this expensive but given that I was actually just looking for a battery, I decided to get this.

Hope it helps someone.
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  • 3 position handle for better control when grinding or cutting
  • Two stage non-lockable switch for enhanced user protection preventing accidental start up
  • Easy to adjust tool-less wheel guard
  • Spindle lock for easy accessory changing
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Excellent. I've been wanting a new motorbike.
In case anyone is unsure of the list of "Free" tools or which one they actually need/want, then below is a list of those to choose from (for the grinder starter kit):

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Here is a list of the prices from "Amazon" and also the cheapest I could find from quick searches.

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The "Amazon" prices do include delivery, but the cheaper prices may not.

I'm guessing the battery will be the most popular choice, but the "Buffer", "Drill/Driver", and "Leaf Blower" have the highest original price and probably the better ones to offload onto eBay to offset the cost of the starter kit if you don't fancy any of the tools to keep.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 2nd Dec 2019
You need an "Invoice" and the "Barcode" to make the claim for your free tool.

You can get a PDF of your Amazon invoice from your order details page.

Just click on the "Invoice" link as shown below and click on "Invoice 1":
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The barcode you will probably need to just take a photo of the one from the box.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 1st Dec 2019
Not sure why but I've just bought this and now I keep getting notifications about other gentlemen in my area who want fun. I never knew Ryobi had a social network for power tool fans.
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Excellent. I've been wanting a new motorbike.
Great price, with the 4ah battery especially
PP0201/12/2019 08:30

Excellent. I've been wanting a new motorbike.


Beat me to it! Great battery though, you could do some serious thievery with this.
Not sure why but I've just bought this and now I keep getting notifications about other gentlemen in my area who want fun. I never knew Ryobi had a social network for power tool fans.
Maybe have missed something but where are the details about the ‘extra attachment’. Serious point ....honest!
genemeanie01/12/2019 09:03

Maybe have missed something but where are the details about the ‘extra a …Maybe have missed something but where are the details about the ‘extra attachment’. Serious point ....honest!



uk.ryobitools.eu/chr…BwE
Sorry, I forgot to add the link for the free gift. I should stop being so lazy and post all the details in future. Sorry
No prob ....thanks for your effort. Voted hot,
Well, I was looking at this last night and was umming and ahhing whether to go for this or the "Brushless" model @ £90 for the bare/naked unit (would have posted here, but I was knackered and off to bed when I found it).

But with the light of a new day, have decided to go for it, despite having the older blue version, which has only been used a few times since purchase in 8+ years ago.

Boys and their tools eh?

I have been steadily upgrading all my old blue Ryobi kit to the garish green, offsetting the cost by getting rid of my older blue stuff on eBay, so this has come at a good time.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 1st Dec 2019
But confusing on the free tool, can you select the one you want? Or is it random from that list?
the1gog01/12/2019 09:25

But confusing on the free tool, can you select the one you want? Or is it …But confusing on the free tool, can you select the one you want? Or is it random from that list?


You can select any one of these you want.
Would it take wire wheel attachment to remove rust?
Ahsan_afc01/12/2019 09:26

Would it take wire wheel attachment to remove rust?


Why not use a drill?
Thanks, need a new bike
trex01/12/2019 09:39

Why not use a drill?


Grinders have a bigger surface area and removes tust better I've heard? Needing to remove rust on the underside of my project car
What free tool do folk think is the best from the list.
I am aware this may be down to personal choice but think maybe the buffer ?
Lards01/12/2019 09:50

What free tool do folk think is the best from the list.I am aware this may …What free tool do folk think is the best from the list.I am aware this may be down to personal choice but think maybe the buffer ?


Personally, I'd go with the grass strimmer. Or the extra battery
Some of the others I already have, Some of them don't look very useful, Some of them are cheap anyway. I think the grass strimmer is one of the more expensive ones usually.
cupoftea201901/12/2019 10:10

Personally, I'd go with the grass strimmer. Or the extra batterySome of …Personally, I'd go with the grass strimmer. Or the extra batterySome of the others I already have, Some of them don't look very useful, Some of them are cheap anyway. I think the grass strimmer is one of the more expensive ones usually.


Yes I would have probably gone for the strimmer but I am a professional gardener and have my own decent petrol tools, I was tempted with the hedgetrimmer that was on offer for small jobs but decided I would need a bigger battery so thought I would stick with petrol.
It's a toss up between the battery or the buffer for the van and two cars which I feel I would at least use.
I didn't really need the grinder but the battery made it a no brainer.
The reciprocating saw is a good purchase.
I need a cordless grinder and was going to get a bare DeWalt to go with the batteries I have .now wondering if this would be better with the extra battery as a freebie to keep my DeWalt batteries free for my other tools as I would imagine this would tear through the batteries quickly as I would use it daily for cutting galvy rail , not sure which way to go?.
sb17001/12/2019 10:38

I need a cordless grinder and was going to get a bare DeWalt to go with …I need a cordless grinder and was going to get a bare DeWalt to go with the batteries I have .now wondering if this would be better with the extra battery as a freebie to keep my DeWalt batteries free for my other tools as I would imagine this would tear through the batteries quickly as I would use it daily for cutting galvy rail , not sure which way to go?.


Can't speak for the DeWalt (or any others) but the Ryobi grinder eats through batteries.
On this 4Ah battery, you'll probably get 15 mins actual cutting/grinding time. Fine for the occasional job but for serious work I get out the mains powered grinder.
Thanks OP. Bought the grinder recently but fortunately not unboxed.

Probably going for the leaf blower as I already have the polisher.
Chris.Type.R01/12/2019 12:19

Thanks OP. Bought the grinder recently but fortunately not …Thanks OP. Bought the grinder recently but fortunately not unboxed.Probably going for the leaf blower as I already have the polisher.


Is the buffer good ?
Colin Furze uses this grinder (as well many other Ryobi One+ stuff) extensively in part one of his "Star Wars Land Speeder Build".

Absolute nutter! LOL
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 1st Dec 2019
Lards01/12/2019 13:24

Is the buffer good ?


Embarrassingly it's still in the box unused about a year after purchase.
Chris.Type.R01/12/2019 13:27

Embarrassingly it's still in the box unused about a year after purchase.


That can be a problem with this system it can get very addictive.
In case anyone is unsure of the list of "Free" tools or which one they actually need/want, then below is a list of those to choose from (for the grinder starter kit):

39216893-jNkRc.jpg
Here is a list of the prices from "Amazon" and also the cheapest I could find from quick searches.

39216893-bHJBL.jpg
The "Amazon" prices do include delivery, but the cheaper prices may not.

I'm guessing the battery will be the most popular choice, but the "Buffer", "Drill/Driver", and "Leaf Blower" have the highest original price and probably the better ones to offload onto eBay to offset the cost of the starter kit if you don't fancy any of the tools to keep.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 2nd Dec 2019
Ripperoo01/12/2019 13:58

In case anyone is unsure of the list of "Free" tools or which one they …In case anyone is unsure of the list of "Free" tools or which one they actually need/want, then below is a list of those to choose from (for the grinder starter kit):[Image] Here is a list of the prices from "Amazon" and also the cheapest I could find from quick searches.[Image] The "Amazon" prices do include delivery, but the cheaper prices may not.I'm guessing the battery will be the most popular choice, but the "Buffer", "Drill/Driver", and "Leaf Blower" have the highest original price and probably the better ones to offload onto eBay to offset the cost of the starter kit if you don't fancy any of the tools to keep.


Your amazing. Thank you so much for this.
Lards01/12/2019 13:24

Is the buffer good ?

I bought one a couple of years ago from Amazon for £49.99, used it once and sold it on eBay for £45 plus postage.

Didn't like it to be honest as it was too big and ended up getting a mains powered 6" DA sander/buffer
You need an "Invoice" and the "Barcode" to make the claim for your free tool.

You can get a PDF of your Amazon invoice from your order details page.

Just click on the "Invoice" link as shown below and click on "Invoice 1":
39217297-rkOaN.jpg

The barcode you will probably need to just take a photo of the one from the box.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 1st Dec 2019
Perfect, now I can goin get a nice new mountain bike for Xmas.
Would this be good enough/strong enough to cut sandstone slabs?

historically battery power just hasn't had the strength to do the harder jobs, but i know technology has come as long way.

If anyone who knows about this item can help with some tips or recommend an alternative it would be mush appreciated.....
BargainHunterUK101/12/2019 16:50

Would this be good enough/strong enough to cut sandstone …Would this be good enough/strong enough to cut sandstone slabs?historically battery power just hasn't had the strength to do the harder jobs, but i know technology has come as long way.If anyone who knows about this item can help with some tips or recommend an alternative it would be mush appreciated.....


It’s ok for cutting a chase but I don’t think the battery would last too long cutting actual slabs
Yep, tried to get in my garage with cordless grinder few weeks back after my bike. Might get this deal been looking at these for a while,but concerned about runtime
Lards01/12/2019 13:29

That can be a problem with this system it can get very addictive.


Don't know what you mean

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pmorrison198501/12/2019 16:58

It’s ok for cutting a chase but I don’t think the battery would last too lo …It’s ok for cutting a chase but I don’t think the battery would last too long cutting actual slabs


Thank you?Anything else you would recommend for the job.
Thanks OP ordered
Um... can this cut through 16mm chains?

Asking for a friend obviously.
Ordered this today, thanks for the heads up on the free tool
I can't order right now. Is there an impact driver on the list of free gifts, I was thinking of gifting myself a grinder or impact driver this Christmas
Heat added.

Have no need for this, already have a corded angle grinder that gets used less than a handful of times per year.

Bought because I'm weak and anticipate using this sometime in the future for a reason currently unbeknownst to me.
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