The Ryobi One Plus Xenon 18-Volt Spotlight features a high-intensity beam for superb lighting in dim areas. This 2,800-lumen light runs up to 60 minutes with Ryobi 18-volt ONE+ high capacity lithium-ion batteries (not included). Designed with a lock-on, the light can be used continuously without having to hold the trigger switch.
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86%of customersrecommend this product37 of 43reviews
Rating Breakdown48 reviews
86%of customersrecommend this product37 of 43reviews
This spotlight is really a great buy. Very bright, light weight and lasts for hours and hours. I recommend it to anyone needing portable light. Easy to swop out battery if you run low. Ryobi is good stuff!
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Good Size & Weight, Light Weight, Long-Lasting
I actually purchased the spotlight for use in my enclosed trailer when loading/unloading and not hooked up to truck. However, it saved the day at my last show. It was a scheduled daytime event that surprised us in asking us to remain open after dark. We tucked the spotlight in the top of the canopy and were well lit for business! Thanks Ryobi!
Great purchase and great value! We bought this light for our 1 1/2 acre property to spot critters at night. It exceeded our expectations and has a great distance. We have had alot of entertainment shining the light into the trees and watching the raccoons scramble away. We spotted many deer too, still waiting to see the wild boar. The lock on the trigger is handy so you don't have to continuously squeeze to keep the light on. Battery lasts a while and is handy because you can switch it out with other "Ryobi One+" tools.
Pros: Easy to Use, All In One, Sturdy, Accurate, Strong, Good Size & Weight, Light Weight, Long-Lasting
To everyone who dislikes the fact that the bulb is not replaceable you need to realize that this type of bulb has to be very carefully handled. If you get fingerprints on the HID by replacing it it will break from the heat difference in the oils from your fingerprints on the glass. Also the Bulbs are very expensive and most good ones like this are around $50 or more to replace. So if you're replacing a $50 bulb in a $50 light that you have to treat like its a fragile explosive isn't it just easier and nicer to get a whole new light with the bulb in it and a fresh brand new clean tool? Also to those who say its dim at first you shouldn't knock off stars because of that complaint because HID bulbs have about a minute of warm up period until they reach 100 percent brightness. Overall this is a great light and I hope I helped clarify why the bulb is not replaceable. I've seen people break these HID bulbs in cars because they touched them when installing them.
I've had one of these for at least 2 years and still works. I don't use it everyday, because it's really just too much light. It's heavy and almost blinding at close range. A lot of other people find fault with a non-replaceable bulb, but HID bulbs are more durable than standard xenon bulbs and last longer. The bulb can replaced: just take it anyone familiar with small electronics. It does eat up batteries, especially the old NiCad (yellow & black) ones. I get around an hour or better from one of the large lithium batteries. I use mine primarily to spot pigs with. I took a piece of red stained glass (DO NOT use plastic!) and ground it to the size of the lens and it works great & preserves my night vision. I can set it on the ground and it lights up quite a ways ahead while I'm taking the shot. The brightness of most LED's diminishes when under red filtration, but this stays pretty bright. Only downside is lugging around around 4 big batteries, but at least I can keep it running. When the rechargeable lights die, they're out of action until being plugged in. I've used it in a slight drizzle, but I'm not sure how environment-proof this light is. But, it's about 1/10th the cost of a tactical HID searchlight, what would you expect? I do wish Ryobi would make an LED light on the One+ system. Using Cree XML U2's in 3 separate reflectors and have an infinite dimmer from 1 to 1800+ lumens. I think I'd get a lot more use out of one of those! (Hint...)
Pros: Very Bright, replaceable batteries, inexpensive
First off, the beam on this light is just incredible. I also have the older P715 spotlight, and the xenon p716 puts it to shame. No comparison. Brighter, whiter light, reaches farther, greater area. It's awesome.
The bulb burnt out after 2 months. And I only rarely used it, there was maybe 20 minutes of runtime on the lightbulb total for that entire duration. I called Ryobi to inquire about a bulb replacement, and they told me there are no user serviceable parts. That's right! It's a flashlight with a NON REPLACABLE BULB! They recommended I contact a local service center, who were unable to help (they only dealt with engines).
Fortunately, I was within my 90 day window and Home Depot allowed me to return it, so I've got a new light and another 90 days for it to burn out. If this one breaks too, I'm just gonna get my money back.
It's an awesome light, but I feel like I'm gambling regarding whether or not it'll work when I need it.
I have several rechargable spotlights. My biggest problem with them is that I do not have the time to make sure and charge them all the time, so when I occasionally need them, they are dead or the batteries go bad from lack of use/charging. With this light, my batteries are always ready since I have several of the batteries and they stay on the multi-port charging station. If I happen to use the light heavily one night, I can just pop in another battery and off I go with a fresh, strong light. And this light is really, really bright and powerful! In my opinion and for my use, it is perfect. The only weird thing is that it starts kind of dim, but quickly grows much brighter.
Excellent light for camping, boating, or even public safety work. Don't throw away your older lithium batteries that no longer charge fully. This light will operate with them with no difference in brightness, only slightly less run time. A good addition to this light is the 12v DC in-vehicle charger so you can take the light anywhere.
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Review 17 for 18-Volt One Plus Xenon Spotlight
Excellent; fast delivery, lowest price, free shipping, great product.
This is the 2nd order from HomeDepot.com. The order came in sooner than estimate. The Ryobi P716 is an arc type zenon that produces 4x the light output per watt of halogen. This is the same style bulb used in luxury cars. We had a power outage and this flashlight is capable of lighting up an entire room. I have the large lithium batttery (48WH) and it lasted at least an hour at full brightness. I strongly recommend HD and this product.
Great run time on the High Cap battery. I ran it for about two hours with no problem other than the heat radiance from the xenon bulb, but it's a bit impractical and heavy for anything other than wondering through a pitch black house.
If you need an area illuminated, I would just buy a $15 Cree headlamp on Amazon or Ebay before blowing $40 on a spotlight that would be more fitting for hunting, fumbling through a pitch black house, or bothering annoying drivers riding too close to your bumper. If you intend on using it for work, it's completely impractical due to the inability to mount it to anything, it's large shape and rounded edges make it unlikely to set it somewhere without it falling over. Just get a cheap headlamp unless you absolutely MUST have the entire Ryobi One+ collection.
Pros: Easy to Use, Strong, moderately bright
Cons: Limited Features, Too Heavy, limited uses, limited practicality
I love this spotlight. It can light up a whole room no problem. I use it consistently while working in the theatre to check on back drops. I recommend this to anyone that needs portable light and lots of it.