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Ryobi R18AG-140S 18V ONE+ Cordless Angle Grinder Starter Kit (1 x 4.0Ah) £98.73 @ Amazon
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Ryobi R18AG-140S 18V ONE+ Cordless Angle Grinder Starter Kit (1 x 4.0Ah) £98.73 @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Sep
Ryobi Angle Grinder Starter Kit
£160 down to £98
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It was at £88.23 not to long ago

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Good price with a battery. The grinder is though. Better with the brushless version
This is an awesome price. Even if you need just the angle grinder, sell of the other bits and you'll get the grinder for dirt cheap.
In with the obligatory joke 'that's my new bike sorted then'
dulum27/09/2019 07:26

It was at £88.23 not to long ago[Image]


Ho do I get thys price thing ? Is it an app ?
Adam_Nuttall27/09/2019 07:48

Good price with a battery. The grinder is though. Better with the …Good price with a battery. The grinder is though. Better with the brushless version


Performance is entirely dependent on the battery used. If you try a 1.3/2.5ah battery with it, then sure. Try a 4/5ah battery, miles bettery.
The_Hoff27/09/2019 13:01

Performance is entirely dependent on the battery used. If you try a …Performance is entirely dependent on the battery used. If you try a 1.3/2.5ah battery with it, then sure. Try a 4/5ah battery, miles bettery.


No, the performance is due to the torch of the motor. The battery will only give you a longer performance time. I’m a Ryobi fan trust me but this grinder is sh*t get the brushless one, you won’t regret it
scottscotland27/09/2019 10:02

Ho do I get thys price thing ? Is it an app ?


You don’t get it at that price from camel camel, it’s just an information site that tells you the cheapest it’s been sold for by amazon before. The current price is what you pay. He’s just suggesting amazon have sold it cheaper before
Adam_Nuttall27/09/2019 13:10

No, the performance is due to the torch of the motor. The battery will …No, the performance is due to the torch of the motor. The battery will only give you a longer performance time. I’m a Ryobi fan trust me but this grinder is sh*t get the brushless one, you won’t regret it



I read on here that higher capacity batteries have a lower internal resistance/higher discharge rate and can indeed improve the performance of the tool.
pibpob27/09/2019 22:12

I read on here that higher capacity batteries have a lower internal …I read on here that higher capacity batteries have a lower internal resistance/higher discharge rate and can indeed improve the performance of the tool.


The tool in general will only work at a capacity it is capable of, won’t work harder with a bigger ah battery, just longer. Don’t get me wrong it’s a cheaper buy with battery and charger but put it up agains a flag rebar and it will bog down and cut out
Adam_Nuttall27/09/2019 13:10

No, the performance is due to the torch of the motor. The battery will …No, the performance is due to the torch of the motor. The battery will only give you a longer performance time. I’m a Ryobi fan trust me but this grinder is sh*t get the brushless one, you won’t regret it


You are wrong. Higher capacity batteries allow for higher current draw thus the tools should be able to sustain peak performance under heavy load.
Edited by: "RickyWong" 29th Sep
Adam_Nuttall27/09/2019 22:28

The tool in general will only work at a capacity it is capable of, won’t w …The tool in general will only work at a capacity it is capable of, won’t work harder with a bigger ah battery, just longer. Don’t get me wrong it’s a cheaper buy with battery and charger but put it up agains a flag rebar and it will bog down and cut out


Wrong.
Adam_Nuttall27/09/2019 22:28

The tool in general will only work at a capacity it is capable of, won’t w …The tool in general will only work at a capacity it is capable of, won’t work harder with a bigger ah battery, just longer. Don’t get me wrong it’s a cheaper buy with battery and charger but put it up agains a flag rebar and it will bog down and cut out


Watch the end of this video to dispel your theory. I can back it up especially with my old circular saw. It works twice as hard and in my pole chainsaw
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 3rd Oct
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