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Ryobi

Model P545

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ONE+ 10 in. 18-Volt Electric Cordless Chainsaw - Battery and Charger Not Included

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  • Works with all RYOBI ONE+ 18-Volt tools and batteries
  • 10 in. bar and chain
  • Lightweight design

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Already have a ONE+ battery. For performance, versatility and easy Operation, this chain saw. The ONE+ cordless Chainsaw features a 10 in. Bar and Chain and a lightweight design to help you get those dead and unsightly branches out of the way in no time. Best of all this Chainsaw will work with any Ryobi ONE+ batteries you already own, Ni-Cad or Lithium-ion (battery not included). Work smarter with the Ryobi ONE+ cordless system.

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  • Works with all ONE+ 18-Volt tools and batteries
  • Ideal for quick clean up
  • 10 in. bar and chain
  • 6.6 lbs.
  • 3-year warranty

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will a black & Decker 18v slide in battery work with this

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January 1, 2015
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No. Ryobi 18 volt One+ battery only.
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Toronto Canada
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No, you'll need to purchase a Ryobi one+ battery and charger.
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LaFayette, GA
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August 30, 2014
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No. make search for a Ryobi +1 battery. and compare it to the Black & Decker. The Ryobi has a D- shaped "male" plug that inserts into the tool with clips on each side that lock it into place.
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no
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July 31, 2014
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To my knowledge, no.
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Madison, NC
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April 28, 2014
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No. I have that same battery and can say it definitely will not work.
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February 18, 2014
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unfortunately not
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New Hampshire
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January 24, 2014
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No, the 18V Slide Pack will not work with this saw. You must use the Ryobi specific battery. Most, if not all, manufacturers make proprietary battery systems that are not interchangeable.
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Glenville, NY
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January 23, 2014
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I don't know what style that is, maybe you could bring one to the store and see if it fits. I would doubt it though.
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Ewing, NJ
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January 23, 2014
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NO. all of the manufactures make sure that you have to use theirs.
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Dallas TX
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January 5, 2014
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No, it won't. You must use the Ryobi ONE+ batteries.
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November 25, 2013
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Hi 456654,
This tool only accepts Ryobi batteries.
Mike,
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how much is a battery and changer for small chain saw?

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Kansas
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March 12, 2015
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because this item shares batteries with my other ryobi tools, i have not had to buy a battery yet. i would guess around 40-50 dollars.
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A battery & charger are about $60 but you can also buy the chainsaw with the battery and charger. If you have the chainsaw already, you might want to buy the battery and charger with the Circular Saw & Drill for < $100. You will never turn a screwdriver again. We bought the Ultimate combo kit for $300 . Now it's only $259 and we haven't stopped using it since. All of these products are lightweight, Read More
A battery & charger are about $60 but you can also buy the chainsaw with the battery and charger. If you have the chainsaw already, you might want to buy the battery and charger with the Circular Saw & Drill for < $100. You will never turn a screwdriver again. We bought the Ultimate combo kit for $300 . Now it's only $259 and we haven't stopped using it since. All of these products are lightweight, durable and very able to do many jobs well. Read Less
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Idaho
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October 8, 2014
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The battery is around $50.00 and the same for the charger but you can order the saw with them and save a little. I already had batterys and charger so didn't need them.
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buckingham, va
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August 27, 2014
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the one plus ryobi is about 129$ if i remember right , that includes battery and charger and i think they throw in the first small container of oil for the chain. charge the battery, fill the oiler and you're ready to cut. If you are going to use it steady I would have a second battery on hand and batteries cost from about 50 to 100$ ea depending on capacity
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The price will vary, however if you need to purchase a battery and charger you would be better off buying the chainsaw with the battery and charger included. That will save you about $20.00 over buying them individually. If you have other one+ tools with 18-volt batteries you can use them in the chainsaw.
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Madison, NC
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April 28, 2014
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The battery and charger as a bundle are available for $60. Although, for the chainsaw, I recommend getting the charger for $30 and the high-capacity lithium+ battery 2-pack for $100 (same regular price for one battery). The chainsaw drains batteries rapidly.
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You can purchase a battery/charger combination from Home Depot for about $60
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-One-Plus-Lithium-Ion-Upgrade-Kit-P128/203466924
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about $55 good value
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January 23, 2014
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Just look up Ryobi 18V battery and it will give you your options. This saw will take the regular nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd) or new lithium ion batteries. I'd recommend the lithium ion ones, I think they last longer and have more power.
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January 23, 2014
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If you don't already have the battery and charger for the Ryobi 1+ system, then I would say to get a small gas chain saw. I already had many of the tools that used the same battery.
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January 7, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. You can access the battery and charger for this item under the "Accessories" section of the product page. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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can i purchase this in the store & have it shiped to the store? Our do i have to purchase at home to the store

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i bought mine in the store, after looking online. however, i could have done it entirely online,i just wanted it right away.
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with battery and charger included they have in stock at the store, if you just want the saw order online, when i bought it delivery was free, saves you some gas money
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I purchased online and had it shipped to my home, but you can purchase in store and have it shipped to home or store, or purchase online and have it shipped to store or home.
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Yes, salesmen at Home Depot stores can assist with special orders such as this one.
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if its in stock, you check it out. if out of stock the associate will order for you
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yes
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Bought mine at homedepot.com and had it shipped to my local store for pickup
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I bought mine over the Internet and they shipped to my home for free.
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I had it shipped to my home, with free shipping.
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certainly
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December 12, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item is an online exclusive and is not available in your local Home Depot store. It can be ordered online and shipped directly to your home, business, or your local store. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Is the saw powerful enough to cut through 6x6 post?

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I need a light saw to top 6x6 posts will it cut through that?
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Yes it is! I use mine regularly for this exact purpose when placing deck posts. I won't touch a saws-all for post cutting after having used this saw!
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Relatively easily. The manual says that it is meant for maximum 7" diameter trees/branches. But you can do more. Because the saw is much lighter than bigger saws, you can maneuver it more easily, such as cutting sideways. I think the company feels that inexperience may make trying to cut something larger somewhat dangerous. But if you know what you're doing, it should have no trouble cutting a 6x6, or Read More
Relatively easily. The manual says that it is meant for maximum 7" diameter trees/branches. But you can do more. Because the saw is much lighter than bigger saws, you can maneuver it more easily, such as cutting sideways. I think the company feels that inexperience may make trying to cut something larger somewhat dangerous. But if you know what you're doing, it should have no trouble cutting a 6x6, or even larger. Read Less
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yes
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Yes but may take some time & discharges batteries quickly.
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July 31, 2015
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Hi Jeff, This saw should get the job done for you! Thanks for reaching out.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 285 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Low expectations, but high reward! I grabbed this as an impulse buy at The Home Depot one day because I needed something to do quick maintenance on one of my business properties. We have a walking trail through the woods that seems to constantly overgrow and have falling limbs. I figured it was worth the trouble to see if it would work at all for our needs, and if I didn't like it I could take it back. When I first used it I wasn't that impressed. The saw was jumping around and didn't seem to cut into the branches very well. It turns out that it was my fault and I wasn't using it right. The blade moves slower than a gas powered chain saw, so you have to let the front of the saw press against the piece being cut. Once you get that down, this saw will chew through just about anything! I've trimmed up trees with no problem, and even cut down a tree that was about 9 inches in diameter. I use it to trim off the top of 6x6 posts when building decks and boardwalks too, and it chews through pressure treated lumber like its nothing. It isn't going to replace my gas powered saw for big jobs, but I've reached for this saw 9 times out of 10 in the last 2 years that I've had it. I plan on buying another one soon to keep handy around the house. I'd recommend the 4ah batteries for this saw, but it will work just fine for small jobs using the smaller batteries too. The very best thing is not having to buy a small can of gas and mix the gas and oil. The mess of a regular chainsaw is a pain, and this little saw makes things easy and tidy. Awesome tool! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] April 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Small, Light Projects I can't really use heavy, gas powered chain saws anymore (my late father was the original Tim Taylor, so I never had light duty tools for most jobs). I bought this to help me clean up my yard and it's been fantastic. Not once have I had to change out a battery (I went out and bought a pair of the larger 18V--which I recommend, especially if you're going to purchase more tools in the One line). The only reasons I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it does bounce quite a bit more than its more powerful counterparts before it bites (at least I found it did, but not much) and it doesn't always leave a clean cut, even on jobs it's designed to handle. May 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for smaller yard work, doesn't cut it as a "real" chainsaw. This is a really handy tool to have around the yard for smaller cleanup, pruning etc. I've used it to lop down trees about 20' tall, and maybe 7 or 8" across (probably pushing the limits of what it's good for), and down to taking smaller branches of trees and breaking them down for disposal. It's not a fast cutter, and takes some time to get through anything thicker, but it's better than using a handsaw. Depending on what batteries you have, it can also be frustrating how quickly it runs out. I have some of the older NiCad batteries, and really only get about 4 cuts through something about 7" across before a battery is dead. Hopefully the newer Lithium batteries last a lot longer than that. July 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than expected! This little saw is better than expected! While using it the key is that slow and steady wins the race. Place the front edge of the saw body against the item to be cut and let the blade cut through while slowly rocking the saw bar into the piece. IT will make quick work of even larger trees. If you try to hold the saw and put the middle of the bar into the piece being cut it won't work. The saw has to be supported against the item to cut! While I bought this to do quick cleanup jobs on fallen branches and the like, I found a realy great use for it. When setting posts for decks or anything else, the saw works wonders for cutting down posts to the desired height after concrete is set. Quit trying to cut a post to length and then concreting it in. Set the whole post then cut it down to size. And with the convenience of not needing gas, having no fumes, and being much easier to use and clean than a gas powered model, it is a no brainer to pick one of these up! April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HANDY SAW , TWO BATTRES IS BEST FINE SAW DONT GET IN ANY HURRY. TWO BATTRES TO SWAP OUT IS GOOD July 3, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Something I have been waiting for. I saw this chain saw on-line at Home Depot but never at the store. Since I have many of the Ryobi tools I felt it was worth a try. The convenience of having a chain saw without a cord and the ease of starting with the push of a button was too good to pass up. The saw is light weight, has good balance and is easy to use. However it lacks power. I can probably do just as well using my reciprocating saw with the proper blade. The ten inch blade will only be adequate for a four inch cut. I keep the tool for odd jobs or small projects. Anything more I’ll pull out my electric or gas powered chain saws. January 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LOVE IT I don't like mechanical tools - the noise, the gas smell, the vibrations. This baby is a charm for light-medium yard work. Easy to start and if you have other one plus tools from ryobi you don't need to buy a separate battery. One battery fits em all. I used to have worx products but they all failed within a year. All the batteries were different and wouldn't really re charge. Ryobi products are more sturdy and durable. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for those of us without the stamina and build of a lumberjack This 64yr old homesteader has found the Ryobi One+ chain saw the perfect compliment to previous purchases of the pole saw and string trimmer; the batteries fit all tools and charge up fast. The saw with batteries is lightweight to use and gets through the work in about as much time as it takes for me to get tired. The larger battery lets you know when it's due for charge so you aren't stuck with a tree limb half-cut. All combined, I've managed to keep orchard and fields in good shape; my young neighbor likes the pears and apples. These tools allow me the freedom and independence to keep the trees trimmed and I have on hand plenty of small firewood for winter; also helps me keep up with foraging goats to clear and improve pasture. July 18, 2013
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