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Forum topic by treesner posted 06-13-2016 07:05 PM 642 views 0 times favorited 5 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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treesner

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06-13-2016 07:05 PM

Wondering if anyone sells these robi grinder handle with the tool built in, love the idea of that

Also has anyone used these grinders? I’d like to get a battery powered grinding. was planning on getting the Milwaukee but it doesnt come in the 12v i’m invested in which would mean I have the option to get into a different 18v system since i’d have to get a new battery setup anyways. Ryobi also has a cheap battery powered nail gun where as the Milwaukee is very expensive

battery grinder: https://www.amazon.com/Ryobi-P421-Volt-Angle-Grinder/dp/B001NJA2HI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1465844271&sr=8-1&keywords=ryobi+grinder+handle+tool

battery nail gun
https://www.amazon.com/Factory-Reconditioned-Ryobi-Cordless-Lithium-Ion-Separately/dp/B00KXL04JI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1465845080&sr=8-1&keywords=ryobi+18v+nail+gun


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JoeinGa

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#1 posted 06-13-2016 07:24 PM

If you just want the handle & wrench, you can go to http://www.ereplacementparts.com/ and order just the parts.

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Bill White

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#2 posted 06-13-2016 09:18 PM

Buy Ryobi and take your chances. Check the comments before ya decide.
I wouldn’t spend my bucks on one time stuff.
That being said, I have an old (OLD) Ryobi belt sander that just won’t die.
Now watch. It’ll quit tomorrow.
Bill

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treesner

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#3 posted 06-13-2016 10:02 PM



Buy Ryobi and take your chances. Check the comments before ya decide.
I wouldn t spend my bucks on one time stuff.
That being said, I have an old (OLD) Ryobi belt sander that just won t die.
Now watch. It ll quit tomorrow.
Bill

- Bill White

I’ve been reading reviews and haven’t found anything bad, everything i’ve read is that they are good tools. Also read that they’re made from the same factor as miluakee..

What have you heard about them? i’m still skeptical of the quality but have never used.

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runswithscissors

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#4 posted 06-14-2016 05:04 AM

I have Ryobi 18 volt lithium batteries for drill and impact driver, which I use constantly and hard. Also the cordless circular saw, but I don’t use it so much. Those saws run a battery down fast, regardless of the brand.

I have had the drill and driver for at least 5 years, and they have never let me down. In fact, the driver dates back to NiCad days, but it made the transition to lithium seamlessly. I did buy an extra pair of batteries when they went on sale. They are tough, hard working tools. Oh, the cheapest way to get new batteries is to buy a new tool.

So go ahead and sneer at Ryobi, all you tool snobs. I’ll go treat myself to a couple of beers with the money I saved. But I admit I have never been impressed with their routers.

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#5 posted 06-14-2016 05:46 AM

So go ahead and sneer at Ryobi, all you tool snobs. I’ll go treat myself to a couple of beers with the money I saved.

Beers? I have had a few good bottles of Scotch over the years! My favorites are the cordless detail sander and Brad nailer. The drill and Impact driver are a no brainer!

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