Ryobi RRS1801M ONE+ Reciprocating Saw, 18 V (Body Only)
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Ryobi RRS1801M ONE+ Reciprocating Saw, 18 V (Body Only)

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Found 25th Nov
This is an Amazon 'Deal of the Day'.

Remember, these tools come without batteries. So if you're just starting your Ryobi collection then you'll need to factor in the cost of a battery. But once you have one, ideally at least two, it works out better value in the long run.

I've been using their tools for a few years now and have found them very reliable, tough and up to the job.

According to the camel, this is the cheapest it's ever been.

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Bought , thanks OP. Slowly building up all my ryobi one plus tools. All seem good quality and the one battery system works great

Does anyone know if the blade's for this are standard?
What I mean is will it only take Ryobi blades.
Sorry if it's a dumb question but I've never had a reciprocating saw, only a jigsaw.
Thanks

These will take any Reciprocating saw blades.

Theoracle363 m ago

These will take any Reciprocating saw blades.


Thanks. Ordering one then

pat-w11 m ago

Does anyone know if the blade's for this are standard? What I mean is will …Does anyone know if the blade's for this are standard? What I mean is will it only take Ryobi blades. Sorry if it's a dumb question but I've never had a reciprocating saw, only a jigsaw.Thanks


takes all kinds on blades i use Irwin blades

Theoracle368 m ago

These will take any Reciprocating saw blades.


yep

Good price and not a bad saw. Chews through the battery though, so better get a spare.
Heat added

I wouldn't mind one of these saws.
I have a ryobi drill , will the battery be compatible... powerful enough?
diy.com/dep…prd
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 25th Nov

1616french11 m ago

I wouldn't mind one of these saws.I have a ryobi drill , will the battery …I wouldn't mind one of these saws.I have a ryobi drill , will the battery be compatible... powerful enough?http://www.diy.com/departments/ryobi-one-cordless-18v-1-3ah-li-ion-combi-drill-2-batteries-llcdi18022l/196738_BQ.prd?ecamp=Aff-47868&utm_campaign=bau&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=47868&utm_content=Communities+%26+UGC&awc=483_1511607860_61b4841576dc1808dbd6e20a0b378f6b


Yes that is the right type of battery (One+) but a 1.3AH battery won't last for long in a heavy drain tool like a saw or angle grinder.

What battery size would you recommend?

1616french5 m ago

What battery size would you recommend?


Well the 5ah is the largest available like this one but compatible third party batteries are also available on Amazon & eBay

The 4.0 is probably the most useful and sometimes there are deals on those. The 1.5 are only really any good for the drill and lighter work.
If you are getting a circular saw, you will need several of everything!

pat-w3 m ago

Well the 5ah is the largest available like this one but compatible third …Well the 5ah is the largest available like this one but compatible third party batteries are also available on Amazon & eBay


I won't be using this for a while and noticed the 4.0 batteries get reduced every now and again...so I'll keep an eye on Amazon.
My current charger should be compatible shouldn't it?
Is this a really good price for just the body itself Pat?

They are usually around £56, so yes this is a good price

1616french18 m ago

I won't be using this for a while and noticed the 4.0 batteries get …I won't be using this for a while and noticed the 4.0 batteries get reduced every now and again...so I'll keep an eye on Amazon.My current charger should be compatible shouldn't it?Is this a really good price for just the body itself Pat?


I just went back to the B&Q listing for your drill but the battery charger isn't shown. Is your charger this one? Because the smaller charger can't handle the larger size batteries.

I don't mean the battery won't fit in the smaller charger, the charger itself can't charge the higher capacity batteries.

pat-w48 m ago

I don't mean the battery won't fit in the smaller charger, the charger …I don't mean the battery won't fit in the smaller charger, the charger itself can't charge the higher capacity batteries.


Do you have a reference for that? I have a basic charger that came with a starter back, and I'd like to get some more powerful batteries. I had never heard anything about them being unable to charge the larger battery packs, and a quick google search didn't turn up any results.

The amazon description claims it charges all Ryobi batteries. Of course it will charge much slower than the one hour chargers.

amazon.co.uk/Ryo…ger

Sorry I don't have a link, but mine wouldn't charge a 4ah. When I asked in B&Q why it wouldn't change the larger battery, I was told it wasn't capable of charging it. But that was at least 3 years ago, maybe more. It may be able to charge now, but it wasn't when I tried.

alphamusic31 m ago

Do you have a reference for that? I have a basic charger that came with a …Do you have a reference for that? I have a basic charger that came with a starter back, and I'd like to get some more powerful batteries. I had never heard anything about them being unable to charge the larger battery packs, and a quick google search didn't turn up any results. The amazon description claims it charges all Ryobi batteries. Of course it will charge much slower than the one hour chargers.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-18-V-Battery-Charger-bcl18l3h/dp/B06XJ6V7LH/ref=sr_1_7/261-5100297-1136237?ie=UTF8&qid=1511614072&sr=8-7&keywords=ryobi+battery+charger


Yeah I'm not sure this is true either. I have the basic charger that came with my Drill/Driver (clips on top of the battery) and it charges my 4.0 without any issues (and its pretty rapid too!)
Edited by: "marteee" 25th Nov

Okay, fair enough. I might even have had a faulty one. Don't have it anymore, so can't try it again but it couldn't do the job when I tried.

pat-w15 m ago

Okay, fair enough. I might even have had a faulty one. Don't have it …Okay, fair enough. I might even have had a faulty one. Don't have it anymore, so can't try it again but it couldn't do the job when I tried.


Hahahaha Pat, can't even find my charger.
My wife is always moving things around but hopefully it'll be ok.

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Theoracle364 h, 30 m ago

These will take any Reciprocating saw blades.



"Lennox Gold" being the better ones if you can get them. Far superior and longer lasting others I've used.

Watch your HAV times!

pat-w4 h, 32 m ago

Well the 5ah is the largest available like this one but compatible third …Well the 5ah is the largest available like this one but compatible third party batteries are also available on Amazon & eBay



There's also the "invention" that I thought about around 10 years ago (probably with a lot of other like-minded people over the years but had no way of developing it) :(, which is battery adapters that let you use batteries from other manufacturers such as Dewalt, Makita etc.

Battery Adapters (eBay)

Damn you OP! I didn't need one........................but!

Original Poster

I nearly bought the orbital sander too (it's also reduced), but I don't need one at the moment and have shown remarkable will-power in not buying it because 'It's in the sale and I'm saving money.'

It's a good job I already have the impact driver, or I could easily have splurged over £120 on these.
Edited by: "Sponge" 25th Nov

The price of the reciprocating saw has now increased by over £20.
Thanks again OP

morrig23 h, 32 m ago

A 4Amp battery and charger going to add about £42 if you don't have …A 4Amp battery and charger going to add about £42 if you don't have them... https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-BCL14181H-Fast-Charger-Batteries/dp/B006XBUOKQhttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4-0Ah-18V-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Battery-for-Ryobi-18V-P108-P500-RB18L40-BPL18151-P780/122678036659?_trkparms=aid=222007&algo=SIM.MBE&ao=1&asc=20160908110712&meid=0033e8827c3240b0ab6acfc11e9c6fb5&pid=100677&rk=1&rkt=30&mehot=pp&sd=191953147819&_trksid=p2385738.c100677.m4598


I know you're saying these are compatible with the saw so obviously the battery can also be charged in the Ryobi charger?
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