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Ryobi

Model P340

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ONE+ 18-Volt JobPlus Base with Multi-tool Attachment (Tool-Only)

$59.00 /each
  • Unique attachment feature makes this device a true multi-use tool
  • Includes blades, sanding attachment and sandpaper
  • 18-Volt battery and charger sold separately

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Ryobi Hero
Feature 1

Includes blades, sanding attachment, sand paper and universal adapter that accepts all standard blades

Feature 2

LED light brightens work area

Feature 3

Removable head system accepts all JobMax heads for maximum versatility

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VOLTAGE

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18 VOLTS

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oscillations

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20,000 opm

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BATTERY PLATFORM

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ryobi one+

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Warranty

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3 year

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Ryobi JobPlus is an innovative and versatile 18-Volt multi-tool. It includes a multi-tool attachment head that cuts drywall, metal, wood, plastic, composite and many other materials; it also sands the finest details. It is fully compatible with the RIDGID JobMax interchangeable tool head system to diversify your tool assortment. The included universal adapter even makes the JobPlus base compatible with multi-tool accessories from other brands' interchangeable tool head systems. A built-in LED light illuminates your work area for utmost visibility.

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Does the sanding attachment use loop and pile? If not, what?

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Sandy Springs, GA
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Yes, it uses loop & hook.
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Yes, it does. Just apply the paper and go. Rip the paper back off and reapply it later. Easy.
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July 28, 2014
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Yes.
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Fremont, CA
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Yes, the sanding attachment uses a hook and loop fastening arrangement (similar to "velcro.")
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April 6, 2014
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Yes, it used the hook and loop type system to secure the paper.
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Fargo, ND
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March 18, 2014
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Yes, this is how the sanding attachment works. It is a pretty durable loop and pile and sometimes I have a tough time getting the sanding pad off.
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Greenwood, In
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March 11, 2014
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Yes. Very easy to attach and remove. You have to pull pretty hard to remove, but that indicates it grips the sanding sheets well.
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January 23, 2014
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Yes, It uses hook and loop. It's a very good tool!
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Does it have the quick change trigger or do you have to use an Allen wrench to remove the blades?

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Lawrenceville Ga
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July 19, 2016
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Allen wrench ( included ) very easy to switch out blades .
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5mm Allen wrench.
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Fort Worth Texas
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April 5, 2016
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You must use an allen wrench to change blades when using the tool head that comes in the kit. A quick change head is available for the Rigid Job Max that will fit this tool though, and it is highly recommended for professionals.
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Syracuse, NY, USA
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January 12, 2016
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Need allen wrench.
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A wrench is needed and provided for this tool. But if you're a professional who is using the Ryobi One+ line and you use the JobPlus frequently in your work, note that Ridgid now offers a tool-free head that will fit your JobPlus. At the time of this writing, it sells for about $50. As a contractor, the expense was fully justified. It means one less wrench to keep up with, and it means very fast blade Read More
A wrench is needed and provided for this tool. But if you're a professional who is using the Ryobi One+ line and you use the JobPlus frequently in your work, note that Ridgid now offers a tool-free head that will fit your JobPlus. At the time of this writing, it sells for about $50. As a contractor, the expense was fully justified. It means one less wrench to keep up with, and it means very fast blade changes for me. The new, tool-free head is available at Home Depot. Read Less
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December 5, 2015
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Hi David. Thanks for the question! A wrench would be needed for removal.
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Can it be used to remove grout from tiles

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It can remove grout using a grout removal blade, and those blades are readily available at Home Depot. I would caution that "free-handing" the tool can result in chipping the adjacent tiles. The longer you work, the more tired you become, and the more likely you are to start wandering with the tool. I've found that putting a small block of wood under the rear of the tool helps considerably. Rest the tool Read More
It can remove grout using a grout removal blade, and those blades are readily available at Home Depot. I would caution that "free-handing" the tool can result in chipping the adjacent tiles. The longer you work, the more tired you become, and the more likely you are to start wandering with the tool. I've found that putting a small block of wood under the rear of the tool helps considerably. Rest the tool on the block, and just push the block along the grout lines. Your hands aren't suspending the tool in the air, and are left free to simply guide the tool along.
I also use the tool for removing a VERY small amount of the grout's surface when it can no longer be cleaned. I then reseal the remaining grout and the results look new. Read Less
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I do believe that it would be able to do a grout removal with the right attachments
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Yes, it's great for that. You just have to buy a grout-removal attachment. Dremel
and Bosch attachments are known to fit. Other brands may fit too, but the Ryobi
JobPlus comes with an adapter specifically for those two brands.
http://www.homedepot.com/b/Tools-Hardware-Power-Tool-Accessories-Oscillating-Tool-Accessories/Grinding/N-5yc1vZc8y4Z1z0sqg0
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May 25, 2016
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Yes, the tool is suitable for that application.
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Is the tool variable speed like the rigid job max? Will any of the job max tool heads fit this one?

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It is variable speed, and all of the Rigid job max attachments will fit this tool.
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Rigit tools fit
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It is variable speed, and all the JobMax heads fit it.
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December 5, 2015
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Hi Lungman. Yes! The Ridgid JobMax will fit on the Ryobi JobPlus base.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 136 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cuts through vinyl like butter! been using 4½"grinder blades like water.. Cuts through vinyl like butter! been using 4½"grinder blades like water.. bought this in one day I've more then double the speed of not only cutting vinyl but doubled+ the speed of job completions! thank you Ryobi! I'm very happy with my purchase! Justin Cram DyingJedi Hi5 July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by many uses I bought this 2 months ago for one project and have found other uses no problem. Light and easy to hold in any position. Easy to control as the vibration is not crazy or awkward. I've used it to cut wood and metal as well as the sanding attachment. May 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by irreplaceable part broke The piece that holds the blade on broke, its a specialty piece that you cannot buy seperatly. So the tool is now compleatly useless. May 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great multi-tool attachment Good multi-tool attachment. It got the job done of sawing off the baseboard that I needed to get removed. The cutting tool is pretty strong. I like how you can change the head of the saw so it can be in different 90 degree angle with respect to the handle. I already own the Ryobi drill and driver which also uses the 18-volt battery so I didn't have to buy an extra battery for this tool. So far, I am happy with this multi-tool. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Model P570 I just purchased the newer model, P570, and tested it on some 1" x 6" off-cuts of cedar, Douglas-fir, and pine, and some 5/8" gypsum board. PROS: Good weight; well balanced; powerful; smooth, straight cuts; excellent sanding; feels rugged; adapter included for Bosch and Drimmel accessories (see photo). CONS: The wood-cutting blade will soon need to be upgraded (typical with most new-saw purchases) because it requires plenty of accuracy-compromising "persuasion" after a certain point. A few reviewers were having issues where the battery is connected. Ryobi may have addressed those issues with this newer model, but not sure. My batteries install easily and have the typical "play" (1/16–1/8"), with no signs of wear. I hope my photos help here. This tool should serve me well for years to come, with high-quality blades. March 5, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Major disappointment! After six months of ownership, and using this tool about once a week, the motor has a burnt smell, and it seizes after a couple of minutes of use. Multi tools have become a necessity for me, particularly cordless multi tools. I also own a 20 volt Dewalt. It has proved to be much more durable, and doesn't heat up as much when in use. The Ryobi has a couple of neat features. For one, it has a reversing switch. Depending on what edge I'm using to cut at an angle, using the reversing switch will pull the blade into the work piece or steer it away. A second nice feature is that the head detaches to motorize other optional tools. But considering the lack of durability, I don't think that feature has any real value. Ryobi has such great ideas with their 18 volt line of tools, but Ryobi is lacking in quality. What's strange is that Rigid tools are made by the same company and have excellent durability. July 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Nice until it failed I've had this for a couple months. Used it maybe tops 6 hours. Motor has failed. I would have to say this isn't very durable. Not what I expect from Ryobi. September 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Excellent tool for all different types of jobs. I haven't even scratched the surface on the capability of this product yet and I'm thoroughly impressed. Takes a bit to get used to the proper angles and methods for cutting effectively but it's so lightweight and powerful that anyone can use it. The adaptability to other brands attachments makes this a must have for your Ryobi collection August 16, 2016
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