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Ryobi

Model # P2060A

Internet # 203223058

ONE+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger

$89.00 /each
  • Over 70 ONE+ tools – all work with any RYOBI ONE+ 18V battery
  • Adjustable shaft and pivoting head: find your ideal cutting angle
  • Includes 18-Volt high capacity lithium-ion battery and charger

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Product Overview

For the perfect union of convenience and versatility, nothing beats the Ryobi ONE+ system. This 18-Volt String Trimmer features a high capacity Lithium-ion battery that works with all Ryobi ONE+ tools. That's over 50 products running off the same battery. This ONE+ trimmer is ideal for anyone who's tired of dealing with gas and cords. With a lightweight design and instant starting, this trimmer also features an adjustable cut width so you can cut a larger path, or reserve your battery power. This trimmer also functions as an edger just rotate the shaft, and you're ready to tidy up your edges. Got a larger job. No problem. The 18-Volt Lithium-ion battery recharges in just 1 hour, and provides your ONE+ tools with fade-free performance for the entire life of the charge. All backed by a 3-year warranty, look to Ryobi for performance and versatility.

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  • Works with all Ryobi ONE+ tools and batteries
  • ONE+ 18-Volt lithium-ion high capacity battery and a 90 min quick-charge included
  • Adjustable 10 - 12 in. cutting width for longer run time
  • Adjustable length for user comfort
  • Rotating shaft for comfortable edging
  • Auto-feed string head with 0.065 in. single line
  • 6.65 lbs.
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
9.0 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
49.0 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
12.0 in 
Line style size 
.065 
Maximum cutting path diameter (in.) 
12 
Recommended line diameter (in.) 
.065 
Shaft length (in.) 
65 

Details

Antivibration 
No 
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Attachment capable 
No 
Batteries Included 
Yes 
Battery Type Required 
RYOBI 18V Battery (Lithium or NiCd) 
Charger Included 
Yes 
Commercial 
No 
Engine Cycles 
Electric Motor 
Extra Battery Included 
No 
Head Type 
Cartridge 
Line Advance System 
Automatic 
Metal blade conversion kit 
No 
Multiple heads included 
No 
No-tool line replacement 
Yes 
Number of Trim Lines 
Power Type 
Battery 
Product Weight (lb.) 
6.65 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Replaceable Head 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shaft type 
Straight 
Shoulder harness/strap 
No 
Start Type 
Electric 
Trimmer Line Type 
String 
Trimmer Type 
Consumer Electric Cordless String 
Voltage (volts) 
18 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
3 Year Limited Warranty 

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What is the input voltage to the charger? 110V or 220V or 12V (car) or hopefully all 3....

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August 1, 2014
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Ok, I'm re-answering your ? I can't stand when people say I think, because then you really don't know if that's right or not. I took the time to go get the charger. It shows Input as 120V ~ 60Hz 50W. Output is 18V. I hope this helps you.
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I think it was a 110V
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July 24, 2014
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110 volt
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July 15, 2014
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The stock versions sold in the United States are 110v only, but there are conversion kits that allow for 220 or even 12v use. I would be careful with the converters, as they probably void warranty. As far as converter use, they're relatively safe if you buy new. Look at your local AutoZone or similar for 12v to 110v inverter. Many newer vehicles have 110v outlets already installed in the rear- like SUV's Read More
The stock versions sold in the United States are 110v only, but there are conversion kits that allow for 220 or even 12v use. I would be careful with the converters, as they probably void warranty. As far as converter use, they're relatively safe if you buy new. Look at your local AutoZone or similar for 12v to 110v inverter. Many newer vehicles have 110v outlets already installed in the rear- like SUV's and trucks. As far as 220, you can get those at Home Depot and the likes in the electrical aisles. Just be careful with what you plug in to the 220v outlets, sometimes you can overload them with too many higher watt appliances. Read Less
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July 10, 2014
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It is 120 Volt. Not sure if you are familiar with the Robyi line of products. The batteries are great, range in voltage and are for the most part interchangeable depending on the products you choose.
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June 25, 2014
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110 volt. Just plug the charger into a regular outlet in your home.
You can buy a converter for your lighter-fixture in your car and just plug in your battery charger...but I would not do this unless you have some reasonable emergency...this is not a forestry instrument...it's a light-weight yard trimmer.
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May 17, 2014
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110 for the home charger, 12 for the car charger.
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April 19, 2014
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Standard 110 2-pronged outlet plug. The charger has 2 LEDs to indicate power on and battery condition.
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April 17, 2014
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110v. standard one+ 18v lithium charger
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110v
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110
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December 3, 2013
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The P2060 kit comes with a charger that is 120V only.
Older P2060 kits come with a P117 charger (120v, 85W) and newer P2060 kits come with the P118 charger (120v, 50W).
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How long does the battery charge last

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Richmond, VA
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May 5, 2015
I have a battery powered one now and I am lucky if I get 15 mins out of a fully charged battery which means I can NEVER trim my entire yard which is annoying. I have at least 30-45 mins of edging I need to do due to tree roots in the way of the lawn mower blades and other structures, beds in my yard. I don't want to buy another item and run into the same issues.
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December 12, 2015
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your better off buying the silver batteries last much longer ,right now you can get 4 1 inch for $100 or 2 of the big best batteries for $100 2 small silver =1 big silver or 4 small black batteries are = to 1 big silver the black batteries are pretty much junk.I have a few different tools and depending on the tool and how much drag you put on the tool makes a big difference sawzall lasts a long time if Read More
your better off buying the silver batteries last much longer ,right now you can get 4 1 inch for $100 or 2 of the big best batteries for $100 2 small silver =1 big silver or 4 small black batteries are = to 1 big silver the black batteries are pretty much junk.I have a few different tools and depending on the tool and how much drag you put on the tool makes a big difference sawzall lasts a long time if you don't overload it let the tool do the work .I don't have a string trimmer yet but am getting one just don't know which one .do any of the 18v come with a edging wheel or is that only on the bigger ones? Read Less
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September 2, 2015
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buy another battery extra
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depends on what you are doing buy another battery if not sure
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August 4, 2015
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Owned mine two years now orig. battery still runs 40 to 50 minutes. It appears you may have a 'bad' battery. 112 degree temp today and the battery still out-preformed me!
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May 26, 2015
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I have the same trimmer and I do not have this problem. The one I bought came with a battery which is 2" thick at the base. That is the heavy duty type battery you should use on your trimmer. The 1" thick battery is more for smaller power tools. If you do have the 2" thick battery and it is only lasting 15 minutes then you have a defective battery.
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May 23, 2015
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I got 30 minutes of constant run time with the 2ah battery it came with, the 4ah batteries I already had gave me 45 minutes of constant run time, if you have at least 2 batteries then you can easily do a battery change if necessary to complete your task!
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May 11, 2015
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I can trim and edge my entire 5,000 sq/ft yard in one charge.
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May 7, 2015
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The battery on this trimmer is unreliable at best. It was able to trim my 4000 sq ft yard once before it died for good and the warranty was unable to replace it for 5 months. I also have a friend who bought the same trimmer and only got one season out of the battery.
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how can I replace a new refill spool

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I have lost printed manual.
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Asked by
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August 3, 2014
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Take off the whitish cover at the 'working end' and the spool fits under that.
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Spool Replacement: Use 0.065 diameter round or 0.80 twisted monofilament line. Remove the battery pack. Push in tabs on side of spool retainer. Pull spool retainer up to remove. Remove the old spool. To install the new spool, make sure the end of the line is extended approximately 6" beyond the slot. Install the new spool so that the line and slot align with the eyelet in the string head. Thread the line Read More
Spool Replacement: Use 0.065 diameter round or 0.80 twisted monofilament line. Remove the battery pack. Push in tabs on side of spool retainer. Pull spool retainer up to remove. Remove the old spool. To install the new spool, make sure the end of the line is extended approximately 6" beyond the slot. Install the new spool so that the line and slot align with the eyelet in the string head. Thread the line into the eyelet. Pull the line extending from the string head so the line releases from the slot in the spool. Reinstall the spool retainer by depressing tabs into slots and pushing down until spool retainer clicks into place. Guess what I just realized when typing up the instructions for you. I think you can replace just the string which is so much cheaper. They do say to use original manufacturers replacement line for best performance, but I'm going to veer from that.
Here's instructions for just Line Replacement: Remove the battery pack. Remove the spool from the string head. NOTE: Remove any old line remaining on the spool. Cut a piece of line approximately 9 ft. long. Use only 0.065" round or twisted or 0.080" twisted monofilament line. Insert the line into the anchor hole in the upper part of the spool. Wind the line around the upper part of the spool clockwise, as shown by the arrows on the spool. Place line in the slot on upper spool flange, leaving about 6" extended beyond the slot. Do not overfill. After winding the line, there should be at least 1/4" between the wound line and the outside edge of the spool. Replace the plastic retainer, spool, and the spool retainer. Refer to Spool Replacement above instructions that I gave you in putting the spool back on the trimmer. I hope this helps you.
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Available at Home Depot...easy to replace!
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Remove the battery/unplug the device. No other safety equipment should be necessary, save for light work gloves for delicate hands.
Remove the cap from the spool cover, pull out the spool. The spool should have teeth on one side. If you're using a replacement that's designed for the tool it should slide right on. Slide the new line through the guide hole. Replace the cap securely.
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Remove the battery/unplug the device. No other safety equipment should be necessary, save for light work gloves for delicate hands.
Remove the cap from the spool cover, pull out the spool. The spool should have teeth on one side. If you're using a replacement that's designed for the tool it should slide right on. Slide the new line through the guide hole. Replace the cap securely.
If you're respooling, do the above, but string about 1 meter or 3 feet back on to the spool. There'll be a hole to put the new line in before you wrap it, wrap it tightly, and then slide it back on. Slide it through the guide and you're good to go. Read Less
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There are two tabs on the bottom of the unit that are grey in color. You need to press these to tabs in to remove the cover from the trimmer head. Once the cover is off just simply take out the old cartridge, and put the new one in. The only other thing necessary is to feed the line through the eye in the trimmer head and you are ready to go. I f you do not want to spend the $18, on the replacement Read More
There are two tabs on the bottom of the unit that are grey in color. You need to press these to tabs in to remove the cover from the trimmer head. Once the cover is off just simply take out the old cartridge, and put the new one in. The only other thing necessary is to feed the line through the eye in the trimmer head and you are ready to go. I f you do not want to spend the $18, on the replacement cartridges, you can purchase the specified .065 line from Home Depot and reuse the cartridge that came with the trimmer and re-spool it yourself. Much less expensive! Read Less
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With the batter removed, turn the trimmer upside down and squeeze the gray tabs on each side of the line head (it does require a firm squeeze) with one hand while using thumb and finger nails to pry the cap off. Mine fits quite snugly. The reel just slips out.
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you cannot replace the feeder with a better one, if that is what you are asking. But you can buy new parts for the one that is on there. Like new refills that you can reuse and spool yourself when they are out
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Hi Spanky,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for asking.
The retainer cap comes off by pressing in on the tabs on both sides of the trimmer head simultaneously. The spool can then be removed.
Refill the spool or replace it with a new spool.
Here is a link to the operational instructions:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/10/101c1b41-fd42-4919-bf81-0f2d11c31585.pdf
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Hi Spanky,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for asking.
The retainer cap comes off by pressing in on the tabs on both sides of the trimmer head simultaneously. The spool can then be removed.
Refill the spool or replace it with a new spool.
Here is a link to the operational instructions:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/10/101c1b41-fd42-4919-bf81-0f2d11c31585.pdf
Thank you for visiting our site.
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Can I purchase an additional backup battery for this trimmer; and for how much?

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Yes. In the weedeater section they had a two pack for $99 which was over the top for me. I went over to the cordless drill section and bought a single battery for $54 as the same battery can be used for the trimmer as well as the cordless drill.
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yes you can they cost any where from 50 to little over 100
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Any Ryobi 18v battery pack will work with any of the 18v tools. You can find special buys monthly. The large packs were/are on sale for $50 for a pair IIRC.
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Yes, there are single battery and double battery's you can purchase as a backup(s), Just search the website.
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August 18, 2015
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Yes, in store or on line.
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July 25, 2015
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Hi usch, Yes you can buy extra batteries for this trimmer. Check your local Home Depot store hardware department for the different sets and individual batteries. Hope this helps.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 626 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by cheaply made, but still a pretty good value I'm glad Ryobi brought back this line of trimmer/edgers. I go through about one per year, but given the price and the usefulness I get out of having both a trimmer and edger in one tool (and one I can use without straining my back), the time these save me when doing my lawn is still well worth it, and I would strongly recommend this particular line of Ryobi trimmer/edgers. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Model # P2005 Great - Buy it !!!! Used it two part summer seasons . I worked very hard and so impressed for around the home . I bought it to use instead of the heavy duty brush cutter that I used for the regular yard work also the clearing of brush. Brush cutters are not easy to use around the home. The 18 volt trimmer works so well around the yard . I even tried it on so heaver growth and it never tired after the regular yard work was done . Although the D handle slides around some it's great . If you own other 18 volt Ryobi products defiantly buy it and if you do not own their products buy it and you be a fan of Ryobi as I am . I am not sure if the same model can be purchased any longer but I am sure that other similar 18 volt Ryobi trimmers are good. June 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice but short lived When I first starting using this trimmer, I was impressed with the power and weight. Then after only using it maybe 12-15 times, the Trimmer stopped working. I would charge the battery and then nothing. Warranty service is a joke, as you need to take the tool to a cerified service provider and wait 8-12 weeks for the repair. Try going 3 months without one. I know this first hand as It took over 3 months to get it repaired and all it needed was a new battery. Try going 3 months in spring/summer without a trimmer. Ryobi has lost a long time customer. July 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great item for the money and light weight would be nice if it had 2 strings and any review should be OK to write not what you people want July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great trimmer The trimmer is not heavy and is easy to use. The battery lasts a long time and charges quickly. I have not even started my gas trimmer since I bought this one. July 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by does fine battery life is good. does what I want it to do . Not as strong as I thought it would be. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice trimmner Really good trimmer and comes with battery and charger. I mow around two acres, so trimming usually takes one battery + some. I do have a bunch of Ryobi tools, so I have plenty of batteries available. It also seems to use less trim line than my old gas trimmer, but then again, there is only one line out at a time. One down-side is that I ordered what I thought was the latest model of this trimmer (battery or extension cord option) but it wasn't. Be sure to order the newest model. May 31, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dies quick Brand new fully charged bat, last's 15 min's.... I switched from a cord to cordless, either it was the wrong move or the Ryobi is just not the one to buy..... June 19, 2016
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