Model # ZRP745

Internet #205076233

Ryobi 18-Volt ToughTunes Radio/Charger
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Discontinued Ryobi

18-Volt ToughTunes Radio/Charger

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The Plumb Expert Shingling Hatchet comes with a full-polished head that features a checkered striking face. The hatchet also features a draw knife inner blade and the hickory handle comes with an attached leather strap. Permabond construction between the head and handle securely holds the tool together.

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  • Charges all 18-volt one+ batteries in one hour or less
  • Runs on standard AC power or any 18-volt one+ battery
  • High-impact polymer roll cage for jobsite durability
  • Compatible with iPod, MP3 players and cell phones via integrated aux cable
  • USB charging port for phones and other electronic devices (cable not included)
  • Internal storage compartment protects devices while playing or charging
  • Digital tuning with station presets for exceptional reception
  • Backlit LCD displays clock, low battery indicator, station preset, and power input
  • Convenient on-board cord wrap
  • Compatible with all Ryobi one+ batteries

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Customer Questions & Answers

Why did this radio get discontinued and is there any way to get one. I have a lot of the tools and want this radio

Asked by: Johnkessel
Hi, Johnkessel. Sadly, we do not have this exact model available. The only unit closest to this style would be the P726 found here http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-ONE-18-Volt-Hybrid-Stereo-with-Bluetooth-Wireless-Technology-P746/205999646
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2017-01-29

Where can I get this radio? Or how can I get it?

Asked by: Carlos
Hi Carlos, This radio has been discontinued, it will not be available this time. Sorry for the confusion.
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2015-12-05
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Customer Reviews

18-Volt ToughTunes Radio/Charger is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Big disappointment I was glad I found this as the stores don't carry anymore. I know why now. The little blue Ryobi radio lasted me for years and had a decent sound. As soon as I plugged this in the sound was terrible and 30 seconds later it quit. Nada, nothing. I purchased a whole new set of Ryobi tools and gave old ones to my father. I wish I had the old ones back. I think Ryobi is going down hill. I should attempt to return but they are discontinued. Too bad because I like the idea that it is a charger as well. iPod will fit in space but not iPhone 5 with a case, and certainly not iPhone 6.
Date published: 2014-12-11
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