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Ryobi RRS1801M ONE+ Reciprocating Saw, 18 V (Body Only) at Amazon for £43.95
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Ryobi RRS1801M ONE+ Reciprocating Saw, 18 V (Body Only) at Amazon for £43.95

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Deal of the day for another 16hrs, says rrp is £70 but it has been on offer for £53 for the last few weeks, good price at £43 to add to your ryobi one collection
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Bought! Thanks op 👌🏽
Bought. Thx
Some Quidco available too, maybe 2% depending how power tools are categorised.
Purchased, so thanks OP.
'Ok' saw for short jobs and if you already have the batteries I picked one up for £38 recently abroad, they cost £44 normally off sale.

Only cons
Extremely high vibration compared to other brands half the price (Parkside etc.), beware with long-term use and wear thick gloves!

Build quality leaves alot to be desired they skimped on the metal leaving the foot short, twists easily and the retaining screw work's itself loose so needs periodic tightening

Tiring to use trigger switch has a heavy detent along with the safety.

Ryobi makes 3 types of saw one with a inline motor plus a brushless, they are significantly better but cost appox £100, not worth it unless you plan to use them long periods of time, your fingers will thank you.
Edited by: "J_x41" 26th Nov 2019
J_x4126/11/2019 11:38

'Ok' saw for short jobs and if you already have the batteries I picked one …'Ok' saw for short jobs and if you already have the batteries I picked one up for £38 recently abroad.Only consExtremely high vibration compared to other brands half the price (Parkside etc.), beware with long-term use and wear thick gloves!Build quality leaves alot to be desired they skimped on the metal leaving the foot short, twists easily and the retaining screw work's itself loose so needs periodic tighteningTiring to use trigger switch has a heavy detent along with the safety.Ryobi makes 3 types of saw one with a inline motor plus a brushless, they are significantly better but cost appox £100, not worth it unless you plan to use them long periods of time, your fingers will thank you.


This one is the second version of this saw. There is a break in the chassis where the handle connects to the main body which holds the motor. The break has some kind of spring that dampens vibration. So in theory there should be very little feedback.

The first generation of this is a rigid body thing and I can see that to have significant amount of vibration feedback.
Edited by: "RickyWong" 26th Nov 2019
RickyWong26/11/2019 12:20

This one is the second version of this saw. There is a break in the …This one is the second version of this saw. There is a break in the chassis where the handle connects to the main body which holds the motor. The break has some kind of spring that dampens vibration. So in theory there should be very little feedback.The first generation of this is a rigid body thing and I can see that to have significant amount of vibration feedback.


Same saw built 8th week of 2019

Yah it doesn't do a thing, just straight up marketing.

I believe the main issue is that the motor is not inline with the mechanism along with the lack bushings for vibration dampening.

But hey can't have it all.
Edited by: "J_x41" 26th Nov 2019
J_x4126/11/2019 12:40

Same saw built 8th week of 2019 Yah it doesn't do a thing, just straight …Same saw built 8th week of 2019 Yah it doesn't do a thing, just straight up marketing.I believe the main issue is that the motor is not inline with the mechanism along with the lack bushings for vibration dampening.But hey can't have it all.


Just received this today. Tested it. I can say it is MILES better than any saw of similar type from Lidl’s parkside to Makita.

The main handle has virtually zero vibration from the anti-vibe design. The front grip gets a bit of vibration but nothing like other in line motors. This model has in line motor.

Solid design overall also the battery placement is really nice. Adds balance to the overall weight distribution
Edited by: "RickyWong" 29th Nov 2019
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