The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ System introduces the next generation in cordless convenience. This 18-Gauge brad nailer features Airstrike Technology, which eliminates the need for noisy compressors, bulky hoses or expensive gas cartridges. This means faster setup and easier maneuvering on the job site. The Ryobi AirStrike P320 18-Gauge 2 in. Brad Nailer Drives 18-Gauge nails from 5/8 in. to 2 in. length. <br /><br /><center><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/HomeDepot1/Ryobi-18-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Battery.jpg"></center>
Two words Love it wish i could give it 6 stars Ryobi Nailed it ha ha woul;d like to see a pin Nailer or finish Nailer in the same price range used to nail up some 1x4 and tack some 2x4 up just for reference and had enough umph to shoot through the 2x4 very nice job Ryobi cons none yet
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, All In One, Sturdy, Accurate, Strong, Good Size & Weight, Long-Lasting, well balanced, does not feel like the 5 lbs.
Our LED Combo Upgrade ll replaces the incandescent bulb of an AA Mini Maglite with the bright white beam of LED, and the two-handed on/off twist with a simple push-button tail cap switch. Your AA Mini Maglite will not only be easier and more convenient to operate, it will have higher quality, more powerful, and more efficient illumination. The LED bulb lasts a virtual lifetime and uses less power, giving you five times the battery life. The LED Upgrade Combo ll is also fully focusable, so you can adjust its beam from wide flood light to narrow focus, according to the task at hand. It's an easy, economical, and ecologically responsible way to improve the quality and convenient functionality of your AA flashlight.
Had this item years ago worked like a champ for a week then the tail cap switch kept blowing out replaced twice. never tried gain hopefully they improved the product just didn't work for me for that reason i rate a one.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Size & Weight, Light Weight, not a procuct of maglite
Cons: Not Durable, tail switch kept blowing out, tried two and pete was a repeat
The Ryobi 5 in. Random Orbit Sander features a powerful 2.6 Amp motor and 12,500 orbits per minute to deliver a smooth performance in a variety of sanding applications and an ergonomic design for comfort as you work. The sander accepts hook and loop sandpaper for fast and easy grit changes.
I owned this sander once til it wore out the pad would not turn when pressure was applied it well passed it's warranty but it ran fine never got hot never had a problem with flying saucer paper syndrome, only reason i gave a four and not a five no variable speed. The replacement i bought has that the r i d g i d, which makes it nice no swirl marks on work piece which can happen at times never happened with ryobi but can so maybe these people are placing the paper upside down for it to fly off . i may have rated this before most of my tools are Ryobi
Pros: Durable, Strong Suction, Powerful, Easy to Use, Sturdy, Good Size & Weight
The Ryobi 1/2 in. 18-Volt Cordless Drill Kit includes a 1/2 in. single-sleeve keyless chuck with spindle lock for easy bit changing and 2-speed transmission and 24-position clutch for high-torque applications. The kit also includes two 18-volt Ni-Cad ONE+ batteries and a 1-hour diagnostic charger and bag. The drill features a 1,600 RPM speed with variable speed settings to accommodate each job you tackle.
3 words for this product bring it on, will tackle anything you can throw at it had my tools for over 7 years and just now my batteries are going dead out of three batteries two are used for the radio, made the switch to Lithium so far VERY HAPPY played with rigid tools wayyy to heavy even with a lithium battery make the buy won't be Disappointed. Have a friend who said Ryobis were throw away tools his 14 v batteries gave out after a couple of hours Ryobi kept on ticking like a timex P.S Love my Ryobi tools
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Long-Lasting, magnet tray for screws
The Ryobi 5 Amp 3-1/4 in. Corded Hand Planer can power through the toughest jobs. Features include a kickstand which allows you to set the planer down on a workpiece or table area without damaging the workpiece or the blades, an edge guide which allows you to plane edges and make rabbet cuts and a dust bag that attaches to the planer and helps keep your work area free of dust and debris.
In reading reviews on the planer table being off a bit it because when planing doors down to fit properly they should have a slight slope for swing purposes so the reveal will be right and the back side will not hit the door jamb when shutting hope that explains the slope issues in other words it is not really meant to plane wide widths all though you can.