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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Job Site Radio (Tool Only)


ONE+ 18-Volt Job Site Radio (Tool Only)

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Product Overview

The Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Radio is a perfect addition to your ONE+ collection. It's great for listening to your favorite station anywhere, whether you're on the job, tailgating, in your workshop or boating. Digital tuning with auto seek allows quick AM and FM station changes. Use the auxiliary input to listen to your MP3 player, smartphone or other device with the 3.5 mm jack.

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  • AM, FM and smartphone-compatible portable radio
  • Digital tuning with AM/FM presets
  • Battery operated (not included) for up to 10 hours of usage
  • Clock function
  • Compatible with these batteries (P100, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107 and P108) sold separately
  • Compatible with these chargers (P113, P114, P117, P118, P131 and P125) sold separately
  • 3-year warranty
  • Note: Product may vary by store.
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Customer Questions & Answers

what kid bterry? oe it com wit battery?

Asked by: Wamado
no it did not come with a ryobi battery 1+
Answered by: Cruz
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is the radio waterproof?

My son put it in there shower with him without me knowing.
Asked by: Mjl91
Hi Mjl91, This radio is not waterproof. Sorry for your inconvenience.
Answered by: Ryobi Tools Team
Date published: 2016-08-17

How much does this radio cost?

Asked by: salfortuna69
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Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2016-03-12
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Customer Reviews

ONE+ 18-Volt Job Site Radio (Tool Only) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 98.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Finally, Ryobi Radio with AM I use this in my garage three to four times per week and am very happy. Plenty loud and easy to use with gloves on. I never bothered to buy the older Ryobi radio style because it was FM only. The minute I saw this radio with AM (gotta hear those baseball games!) I grabbed it. It's easy to set the presets and picks up a good number of stations on both bands. I give it a four because the weaker stations that my truck picks up fine this radio will not receive. Other than that, it's top notch. Durable and runs forever on the basic Nicad One+ pack.
Date published: 2011-06-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ryobi P741 Radio: Works Great! I own a P741 AM/FM radio which I keep in my shop. It's plenty loud enough and reception is clear. It runs hours on end on a single P103 battery charge, and the low battery indicator lets me know when it's time to recharge before the battery is dead. I like that Ryobi improved upon the P740 by adding the AM band. I also own this model's predecessor, the P740, and I thought I'd be really happy with the new digital controls and presets. But to be honest, after using both for some time now I'd have to say that I prefer the dead-simple controls on the older P740. When Ryobi releases the next model, maybe we could move back to P740-style controls and just add AM to the selector switch? If we must keep the digital controls, then how about adding separate buttons for station presets? The current design does work, but separate presets would be much faster/easier to use.
Date published: 2012-04-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from battery drains when turned off This was part of a ryobi kit otherwise I would not have bought it. But so glad I did, whenever I am working now I pull it out. So the concept of a 18v battery operated radio is great, but execution is average. Reception is average Could be louder, clearer The elastic on the back does not hold my phone which I use as an MP3 player, It is designed for "belt clips", who has those. One last , but very important thing, this lasts many hours, maybe more than 6, but it drains the battery quicker off than on. I have to pull the battery out when I turn it off or store it, which is shame as it is my most used tool and would like it to be always ready
Date published: 2013-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent sound and battery life improved I bought one of the radios labeled that they were now improved. I had read reviews about these units going through batteries so I decided to measure the actual power consumption. Given that a regular battery is 25Wh (for the small battery) I found: Radio off for more than 1 hour: 0.04W = 26 days battery life. Radio off but with USB still charging my iPhone: 5 watts, dropped to 0.3W when phone was fully charged Radio on at mid volume: 2.6 watts - 10 hours battery life. Blue-tooth on at mid volume: 3.0 watts - 8 hours battery life. Volume cranked up all the way: 6.0 watts - 4.2 hours battery life. Radio on mid volume AND charging my iPhone: 8 watts - 3 hours battery life (but it should do much better as the phone would fill up and then stop drawing the extra energy). I think these are pretty reasonable numbers. Given the great sound quality and unexpected bass and treble adjustments, I am just thrilled with this little wonder.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is one great little radio to have As I said, this is one handy little radio to have. It's small and not to heavy so you can take it just about anywhere you go including camping and hiking. The battery lasts about 3 days of usage figuring you only use it about 8 hrs a day. Radio has good reception even at the bottom of the ozark mountains where I was camping this weekend and the speaker is pretty loud yet clear sounding for it size. I recommend this for everyone.
Date published: 2011-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this radio! I bought this radio about 3 mos. ago, and I love it! Reception is very good, volume is loud at max settings, sound quality is pretty good too! I have 1 minor gripe that the radio uses 2 AAA or 2 AA batteries.......These are used for the Radio pre-sets. Yes this radio has a digital tuner. Battery life is very good. I use a nicad battery on this radio. You also can hook up a mp3 player or a cell phone and play mp3 thru it. I even use it on the job and around the house. Highly recommended!
Date published: 2011-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great radio, poor job site clock Have had mine for a few years now & it's still going great but I thought I should inform Ryobi & others of the issues I have with it. 1) It's mono (of course) but if you play a familiar stereo tune, you'll notice one of the channels is missing. 2) The clock- I work on job sites where there no clock at all but the one on my radio. Aux input shows the time but if the radio's on, the display shows the station you're listening to and to see the time, you have to walk over to it & hit the clock button. Kind of inconvenient. I know what station I'm listening to- I chose it, listen to it all day & they even tell me who they are every 30 minutes or so, but I'd rather see the time as a default. I've read complaints about scrolling thru the presets. There's only 10 so it's not that big a deal but going up AND DOWN the order would be nice. It's passed the 3'+ drop test on multiple occasions, been sprayed with paint and adhesives and cleaned up OK. A pretty durable unit and if they resolved the clock issue in the next edition, I'd get another one, ASAP.
Date published: 2013-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Update to Previous Review I am updating a previous review of this product in which I gave an unfavorable rating based upon two earlier purchases of this product. Ryobi's customer care representative arranged for me to try yet a third Ryobi radio. This time I took the radio to a farm located in a poor radio reception area of the state. Over a two week period, the radio worked well and managed to pull in radio stations that ordinary household radio receivers were unable to do with any clarity. Since the period of evaluation was relatively short, I cannot speak to its long term quality. However, the price of the radio, its features and the convenience of using Ryobi batteries already in my inventory makes it a solid choice for my uses.
Date published: 2013-11-26
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