|Productafmetingen||33.46 x 17.91 x 64.96 cm; 2.86 kg|
|Batterijen:||1 Lithium ion batterij(en) vereist.|
|Energiebron||Con Alimentación de Batería|
|Aantal items in pakket||1|
|Gegarandeerde software-updates tot||unknown|
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Ryobi r18rs7 – 0 reciprozaag one + 18v borstelloos, zonder accu, 0W, 18V, groen, standaard, estándar
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|Afmetingen van item (L x B x H)||33.5 x 17.9 x 65 centimeter|
|Energiebron||Con Alimentación de Batería|
|Aantal batterijen||1 Lithium ion batterij(en) vereist.|
Over dit item
- borstelloze motor
- Tot 30% meer vermogen Carrera 30 mm lengte.
- Tot 20% meer batterijduur – snijdt tot 300 x 50 mm/100 mm in grenen
- Modus Orbital tot 40% verhoogt de snelheid van de snede
- Handgreep; 1. Ingebouwd bladzuigen voor het behoud van de snijlijn reinigt vermoeidheid van de ogen.
Deze reciprozaag is een perfecte combinatie van borstelloze motor, vrij van wrijving, de intelligente elektronica en batterijion + bieden meer vermogen en autonomie in een kleinere tool. Deze Sierra de sable is een van de 70 uitstekende gereedschappen Ryobi batterij compatibel met elke One +.
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This is Ryobi's state-of-the-art, top-of-their-ONE+ range, reciprocating saw. At £145.00 in my opinion, it is eye wateringly expensive but it is brushless AND cordless. It does have an LED light to show the line-of-cut and a blower to keep the line-of-cut free from debris (like sawdust). I have purchased a good few and expensive powered handtools in the past (between, say, 40-50) and, without exception, they ALL shipped with/in a blow-moulded case (INCLUDING THE TWO PREVIOUS PURCHASES I'V ALREADY MADE THIS YEAR - AN AIR COMPRESSOR FOR MY TYRES AND AN IMPACT DRIVER). They all proved to be money well spent in the end and each are stored on shelves in their respective LABELLED (by me) blow-moulded cases in alphabetical order enabling me to find what I want quickly and in an undamaged state.
I have never bought a Ryobi powered handtool before other than for a lawn mower, garden line-trimmer and garden blower/vac. These all performed very well and, after watching Ryobi's promotional videos, I bought into their idea of having a set of power tools that all operate from one shared battery: Ryobi's ONE+ range, to be more specific (for my occassional home DIY requirements).
Imagine my dismay when upon arrival this first, of what was planned to be many purchases in the ONE+ range, came in a feeble and, to me, useless cardbord box: my garage can get a bit damp at times making any cardboard stored in there disintegrate before very long. No blow-moulded case? This was a first for me. I assumed if I wanted one I would have to call Ryobi to purchase it as an accessory but no, on calling them, matters got even worse because there is no case made for this item at all, EVER. Neither did the staff I spoke with seem to understand why I wanted one or why I thought that not even making one as an accessory was disdainful of them and insulting to me. Nor could they seem to be able to picture what my myriad of power handtools would look like if none of them had a blow-moulded case for me to store them in. I found it easy to picture the chaos that would result not to mention the inevitable damage these items would do unto themselves if they were simply piled up upon themselves. How would I ever be able to find the tool I wanted without them going in my clearly labelled, blow-moulded cases all shelved and in alphabetical order? Try doing that to a random pile!!!!!
This complete and total lack of empathy, as displayed to me, has surely got to be a downfall for Ryobi if they treat all customers in the way they treated me today?
So insulted am I that I have now decided to swerve the Ryobi ONE+ range entirely (I will keep only those large garden tools I already own in this range and which never usually ship in a blow-moulded case any way). I will have to rethink my future purchases as I am sure Ryobi is not the only manufacturer that shares batteries with various tools.
Obviously, this item will be returned by me as I feel returning it is the only (probably forlorn hope) way Ryobi will ever listen to we consumers.
I personally think it is disengenuous of Ryobi not to make it clear that they have dispensed with blow-moulded boxes for their power handtools before we buy!
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED, AT LEAST, BY MY EXPERIENCE TODAY!!!
This is quite a 'power hungry' bit of kit so I would recommend an additional battery, so that you can switch if it dies halfway through a job.
Lastly, this is a very heavy bit of kit (imho) and it does vibrate a fair bit. I'd go easy first time around and see how you go (as I'm still suffering with an extremely painful forearm two weeks after last using it but this is probably because I got carried away and was testing it's 'pruning ability' in the garden for about an hour).
Mine shattered like a 1920s record and another couldn't even go through a metal screw.