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Model P2105

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ONE+ 120 MPH 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Hard Surface Leaf Blower/Sweeper - Battery and Charger Not Included

$49.97 /each
  • Over 70 ONE+ tools – all work with any RYOBI ONE+ 18V battery
  • Ideal for clearing hard surfaces and light debris
  • Battery and Charger Not Included

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Already have a ONE+ battery. This 18-Volt ONE+ cordless sweeper is ideal for clearing hard surfaces, and is designed for easy 1-handed operation to make quick work of those driveways, sidewalks and decks. Best of all this blower 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 Ryobi ONE+ tools and batteries
  • 120 MPH ideal for hard surfaces
  • Light weight design for easy handling
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Veteran Discount

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Middletown, CT
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December 1, 2013
How can I get my Disabled Viet Nam Veteran discount on this product:

Ryobi One+ 18-Volt 120 mph Cordless Blower without Battery and Charger
Model # P2105
Internet # 202556447
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Tucson, az
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Yes with proper ID Card showing service connected
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Warren MI
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November 1, 2015
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Whenever I go to Home Depot to buy anything I always get out my VA ID Card. That let's the cashier know I am a veteran that is disabled. they always give me my veteran discount on my purchase.
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Charleston sc
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March 11, 2015
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Yes on store purchases, but no on internet orders.
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NH
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November 2, 2014
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I'm a Vet, fortunately not disabled.
Currently, on major holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving, you can show an ID or a DD214 at the store for 10%. Any other time you can show an active military or a VA ID for 10%. If you need something online, you have to order it through the store.
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August 19, 2014
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Go to the customer service counter at your local store with your reciept, they will be happy to apply the discount and give you either a credit or a gift card with the balance.
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Oklahoma
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August 6, 2014
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You should have a DD214 or A VA card, or possibly a military medical retirement ID
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you would have to ask Home Depot of wherever you buy it from. can't help with that one.
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West Haven UT
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March 26, 2014
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I tried to get the Military Discount on-line by calling 1-800-(466-3337), but was told I could only get the discount by making in-store purchases. I use my discount almost every week. Home Depot fully supports the Active Military and Retired Veterans. A great place to shop!
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Golden Valley, AZ 86413, USA
February 13, 2014
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If you're shopping in the store, just show you ID card.
If you're shopping on lline, instead of ordering on the 'net, call to place your order and tell the consultant that you want your discount. They're very friendly and helpful in taking care of you.
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Alabama
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January 23, 2014
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Call Home Depot customer service number listed on this website. Thank you for your service.
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Clearwater, FL, USA
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December 25, 2013
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We live in Fl. All we have to do to get the discount, is buy the item at the store and present a valid military ID at the checkout. Don't know of a way to do it online. Sorry.
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December 10, 2013
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The Home Depot should offer it to you! If not, go to Lowes -- They honor our vets. "Thank you for your service" is probably something you've heard only recently.
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December 2, 2013
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. For assistance with a military discount, please contact our Customer Care department at 1-800-430-3376.
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How does this unit work when blowing out gutters?

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Maryland
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I have a two story town home with a lot of trees around me so I'm constantly needing to use a blower for my deck and side walk as well. Is there enough power if the leaves are a little wet or do you have to wait until everything is dry? I'm interested in this model because I already own 2 18 volt compact batteries that came with a multi tool set bag I bought.
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oregon city
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September 23, 2015
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I works great to clean gutters, but I would use the larger 4Ah batteries, or you will be making many trips up and down the ladder to recharge
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Sandy Springs, GA
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August 14, 2015
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It does a satisfactory job on DRY leaves, but battery run-time is short with this tool. So work fast!
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San Jose
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July 28, 2015
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It should have enough power to blow out leaves up close, if the leaves are wet. However, I would recommend a corded blower for your use to avoid having to move the ladder very much. If you can safely walk along your roof, than this cordless vac would probably work okay.
You may also consider the Ryobi Hybrid blower that used the same batteries and can also be plugged in or even the Jet Blower which is Read More
It should have enough power to blow out leaves up close, if the leaves are wet. However, I would recommend a corded blower for your use to avoid having to move the ladder very much. If you can safely walk along your roof, than this cordless vac would probably work okay.
You may also consider the Ryobi Hybrid blower that used the same batteries and can also be plugged in or even the Jet Blower which is strictly corded. Read Less
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Eagle wi
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July 21, 2015
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I never tried it on gutters cause I have gutter covers but I think leaves would need to be dry so they weren't too heavy & stuck together. They do have a stronger blower , I believe 150 mph which might work.
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St. Charles, IL
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June 30, 2015
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If the material in the gutter is dry and not all matted down, it will work fine. I prefer my electric leaf blower or just a garden hose
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Ellabell, Ga
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June 23, 2015
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This unit will not be strong enough if the leaves are wet and clumped together...least I don't think it will.
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Chicago area
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June 9, 2015
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The unit is weak and I doubt it would clear wet clumps of leaves from a gutter or downspout. I just bought it so am not sure. Dry leaves will be no problem. I go on my roof for the same reason and the unit is incredibly light so that's a positve.
I've been using an old toro plug in model that has a long tubular "spout". This allows for less bending and for me to stay futher away from the edge of the Read More
The unit is weak and I doubt it would clear wet clumps of leaves from a gutter or downspout. I just bought it so am not sure. Dry leaves will be no problem. I go on my roof for the same reason and the unit is incredibly light so that's a positve.
I've been using an old toro plug in model that has a long tubular "spout". This allows for less bending and for me to stay futher away from the edge of the roof. This unit does not have the long spout so you will need to be closer to the edge than units that may have the longer spout.
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Parma Ohio
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June 9, 2015
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Product was not designed for use while on a ladder for safety reasons.
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Dallas, TX
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June 6, 2015
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I believe this 18v blower would do the work for your deck and sidewalk, its got the power when your 2 18v batts are fully charged especially on the gutter work. I got the same story as you, got my 18v batts from the multitool deal then got me this blower... And i use it on all the places u wanna use it in.
IMO: clean the gutters when dry for easy sweeping/blowing then run some water through it after to Read More
I believe this 18v blower would do the work for your deck and sidewalk, its got the power when your 2 18v batts are fully charged especially on the gutter work. I got the same story as you, got my 18v batts from the multitool deal then got me this blower... And i use it on all the places u wanna use it in.
IMO: clean the gutters when dry for easy sweeping/blowing then run some water through it after to remove the small debris Read Less
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Los Angeles,CA
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May 19, 2015
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This blower is excellente for wet leaves,i am using four years,i use a ryobi 18v 4AH lithium batterie,is expensive but you get power and a lot blower time.JULIO
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New York City
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May 18, 2015
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The power is good for only 8 minutes. If your leaves are wet, it doesn't work very well.
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Atlanta, GA
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May 8, 2015
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Hi jackbelt67,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
This lightweight Ryobi 18 volt blower will blow out your gutters, especially when the leaves are dry.
If you require more power, consider the 150 mph Read More
Hi jackbelt67,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
This lightweight Ryobi 18 volt blower will blow out your gutters, especially when the leaves are dry.
If you require more power, consider the 150 mph version:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-ONE-150-mph-200-CFM-18-Volt-Lithium-ion-Hybrid-Cordless-or-Corded-Blower-Sweeper-Battery-and-Charger-Not-Included-P2107A/204839363
Both of these units use the same 18 volt battery that you already own.
Thank you for asking,
-Travis Read Less
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Battery and charge

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Greensburg, pa
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I am not sure if I understood that this blower doesn't need battery charge, just plug into the blower and electric outlet. Right? If so, how many hours it running before recharge?
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Batteries are required but not supplied. The run time depends on the battery. The orange Ni-Cd? forget it. You need to use the Black Lithium or (better yet) the Grey Lithium+ batteries. And if you don't have an lithium charger you'll need one of those also (ryobi makes a Ni-Cd only charger but they don't work on Lithium batteries but a lithium charger will charge Ni-Cd batteries).
Ryobi also makes a Read More
Batteries are required but not supplied. The run time depends on the battery. The orange Ni-Cd? forget it. You need to use the Black Lithium or (better yet) the Grey Lithium+ batteries. And if you don't have an lithium charger you'll need one of those also (ryobi makes a Ni-Cd only charger but they don't work on Lithium batteries but a lithium charger will charge Ni-Cd batteries).
Ryobi also makes a dual power blower that can run off a extension cord--great for decks and sidewalks, not so great for roofs or you need to use if far from a power source. Read Less
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you need the charger for the battery. the battery is seperate from the blower. the small battery will last 30 to 45 minuits on a full charge. I did not use the hi-capasity battery, but was told it would go 4 times longer.
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February 25, 2014
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If you have an 18v battery operated blower like the Ryobi, the battery charges probably with in an hour or two and it comes with 2 usually, just put in the charged battery and go.and have the other battery charging.
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February 18, 2014
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This product does not come with a battery or charger. This one assumes that you already have a battery and charger. If you do not have a battery, you should buy the version that come with a battery and charger.
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February 18, 2014
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Does need rechargeable battery purchased separately. It runs between 30 and 45 minutes on each charge. Good idea to have two or more batteries to extend running time.
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Golden Valley, AZ 86413, USA
February 13, 2014
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This is a cordless, battery operated tool. The above blower is sold without a charger or a battery.
If you already have a charger and battery from some other Ryobi tool you can use them.
I recommend having at least 2 charges and 3 batteries...you'll always have a fresh charged battery on hand.
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Montgomery, AL, USA
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February 11, 2014
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A fully charged battery only lasted for about 5 minutes when used powering this blower
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Mobile, AL, USA
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January 31, 2014
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No, you cannot plug it in. You have to use the Ryobi ONE+ rechargeable batteries, and the battery life is absolutely terrible -- maybe 10 minutes on a full charge.
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california
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January 28, 2014
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A standard 18volt lithium battery will give you about 10 minutes of working time with the blower. The battery need to come off the unit and be placed in the charger.
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Highlands Ranch, CO
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January 23, 2014
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James: You buy the battery and charger separately.
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Alabama
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January 23, 2014
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This blower does use a Ryobi rechargeable battery. If you already own some Ryobi 18v Lithium batteries and charger you can use those. If not, you will need to buy a battery and charger to go with this blower.
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ABINGDON,VA
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January 11, 2014
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USES RYOBI RECHARGEABLE 18 V NICAD OR LITHIUM BATTERIES. RUN TIME DEPENDS ON TYPE AND SIZE OF BATTERY.
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Is this blower weak enough for blowing leaves on mulch without blowing mulch?

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I have a Stihl blower that is much too strong when I attempt to blow leaves off the mulch in my front yard (over 200 sq feet of mulch - grassless lawn). Since I already have a One+ trimmer with battery and charger, I was considering this blower in hopes that it will blow off leaves without blowing the mulch.
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oregon city
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Yes, it works great for that, more control then a gas high powered blower.
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Ellenwood, Ga
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I believe so, Had wet grass on some pavers and it would not clear them all.
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Yes, works great for that purpose
I use mine to clean out gutters, lite weight and no cord when up on the roof
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palm springs
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Maybe, if its heavy mulch & you don't stand real close. It is fairly powerful for a lightweight blower, but I think it's one of the least powerful blowers available though. Maybe you could try using a weak battery.
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hamburg ,new york
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yes
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Eagle wi
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July 21, 2015
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Yes you can blow leaves off mulch. It moved my much a bit but didn't blow it all over. I actually thought maybe I should've gotten the stronger one so I could turn over the much instead of raking it to refresh it
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Bradenton, Fl.
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IF YOU KEEP THE BLOWER TIP LEVEL WITH THE MULCH, NOT POINTED DOWNWARD, IT WILL KEEP MULCH MOVEMENT TO A MINIMUM.
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Boston, MA, USA
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Yes, it would be ideal for that.
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Chicago, Il
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This blower will probably also blow your mulch as well.
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Yes
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Ellabell, Ga
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This blower should work well for you. I trimmed my hedges yesterday and blew some leaves off the mulch without a problem with the mulch. Of course if you have finer cut mulch it may blow that with the leaves.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 1024 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Battery not included--Great for the right job. In retrospect, should have known it didn't come with a battery, but wanted to put that up front. As far as the machine goes, obviously not high powered. You're not going to be able to clear an entire parking lot with this thing. However, it would work well for small areas like a porch or side walk. I got this to clear off the porch of my business. It's convenient for my employees, and a quicker alternative to sweeping. It can work for a solid 15-20 minutes on one charge. The battery recharges in 30 minutes. Not super powerful, but super convenient. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for the money If you have leaves on a patio that you want to clear off in little time, this is your product. Take the proper LIthium/ION battery, insert it, and operate. This does not have as much power as my corded blower, but very convenient, light, and easy to use. At the cost, it could not be beat if you already have a Ryobi One+ 18v batter system. Be sure the battery is LI/ION and not the NICAD type. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great blower! Lightweight but powerful enough to clear patios & our small driveway. Loved the price too. Didn't need a battery since we have have 3 for the our other Ryobi products. August 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your time. This does not have any power. My husband put it an inch from a blade of grass on the ground and it didn't move. We returned it. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fits my needs Bought this to blow debris from the top of pool cage. Blows hard enough to do this without doing harm to screen. Excellent fort grass clippings on driveway. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very handy blower, lots of uses. Try in on tree stump burning! I already had a corded 250mph leaf blower, but I needed something a bit more portable. I use the Ryobi ONE+ system so this was a no-brainer. Though Ryobi do make a couple of ONE+ blowers of varying power and cost, this was the least expensive which worked for me. The portability is the key. It's not the most powerful and doesn't work well on wet or long grass; it's advertised as a "hard surface" blower. But it works well enough for what I want it to do and being able to pick it up and use it without trailing power cords across the lawn it very useful so I, well, use it more often. The device might have achieved its greatest potential when I burned out a couple of tree stumps. After trying the drill-holes-and-add-chemical approach, sawing the stumps, soaking in vegetable oil, and piling charcoal briquettes on top of the stump, I hit on THE solution. After putting a few charcoal pieces on top of the stumps and leaving them lit just long enough to start the stump smoldering, I trained the Ryobi leaf blower on it. Whoooo! The blast furnace approach really worked and worked very quickly. Concentrating a 120mph blast of air on the smoldering stump make it burn really, REALLY, hot and rendered the stump to ashes in a matter of a few minutes. And it was very satisfying too. You won't see this in the ads for the leaf blower, but this alone was worth the money. And the next time I can't get a bonfire going, guess what I'm going to be using? August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for my yard I have a medium size yard. I can edge and trim ( using Ryobi string trimmer) and blow the sidewalks and drive way with a single charge on a P105 battery that I switch between the two tools. It has plenty of power to blow grass off the sidewalk or sweep out the garage. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Low power, works great Eats up battery in 10-15 minutes, but gets fresh cut grass of the driveway, mulch and rock pretty great without really disturbing the mulch or rock much! August 13, 2016
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