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Ryobi ONE+ 18-Volt Orbital Jig Saw (Tool-Only)
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Ryobi

ONE+ 18-Volt Orbital Jig Saw (Tool-Only)

  • All ONE+ tools work with all ONE+ batteries
  • SpeedMatch allows user to match speed to application
  • Battery and charger sold separately
$59.97 /each

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Powerful, battery-operated motor provides corded performance with speed range from 1100–3000 SPM

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Tool-free blade clamp makes blade changes quick and easy

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SPEEDMATCH allows you to match speed to application

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18 VOLTS

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1 in.

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3 Year

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Ryobi's 18-Volt ONE+ Orbital Jig Saw provides cutting performance equivalent to a corded jigsaw with the portable convenience of battery power. The SpeedMatch selector improves cut quality by allowing you to match the speed and orbital settings for a wide array of materials. For enhanced precision, a separate variable-speed dial lets you select between 1100 and 3000 strokes per minute, and Ryobi's innovative BladeSaver feature allows access to unused teeth with the adjustable base, extending the blade life. Like over 50 other ONE+ tools, this saw works with all Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ batteries, giving you the ultimate versatility in tool selection.

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  • Powerful motor provides corded performance in a battery-operated tool with speed range from 1100 SPM to 3000 SPM
  • Innovative BladeSaver feature extends blade life, allowing access to unused teeth with adjustable base
  • SpeedMatch selector matches cut speed and type to any application correctly with orbital and non-orbital settings
  • Tool-free blade clamp makes blade changes quick and easy
  • Powerful sight line blower clears debris for more accurate cutting
  • Base adjusts from 0 degrees to 45 degrees right or left
  • Flat front and narrow side design for best sight line and true flush cutting with Ryobi flush cutting blade (sold separately in A14SK05 kit)
  • Lock-on trigger with variable-speed dial allows for slow starts to fast cutting
  • GripZone overmold with micro texture for optimum grip and user comfort
  • For use with T-shank jigsaw blades or Ryobi universal shank jigsaw blades
  • Includes 1 wood-cutting blade and Allen wrench
  • Protected by a 3-year limited warranty
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Name 4.8-Amp Variable Speed Orbital Jig Saw ONE+ 18-Volt Orbital Jig Saw (Tool-Only) 6.1-Amp Variable Speed Orbital Jigsaw with Speed Match ONE+ 18-Volt Jigsaw Kit
Brand Ryobi Ryobi Ryobi Ryobi
Ratings (127) (166) (102) (16)
Cordless/ Corded Corded Cordless Corded Cordless
Power Tool Features No Tool Blade Change,Variable Speed Adjustable Shoe,No Tool Blade Change Bag Included,Variable Speed Adjustable Shoe,No Tool Blade Change,Variable Speed
Reconditioned No No No No
Keyless/keyed blade change Keyless Keyless Keyless Keyless
Orbital Action Positions 4 3 4 4
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My information on this saw is that the battery and charger are not included. Are they required to operate the saw? Or recommended?

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Royal Oak, MI
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March 19, 2015
If they're required, what is the sku or how do I order it?
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January 9, 2016
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Yes, both are required. However if you own any battery and charger from the Ryobi 18 Volt One+ system you can use it to work your saw. You can also buy a kit that will bring the battery and charger and then keep adding tools.
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Bakersfield. Ca
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November 3, 2015
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That is correct. No battery or charger with this unit. It is required for use.
This is part of a system of tools that use the same batteries.
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Yes they are.
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Yes and yes. No battery, no run saw. No charger, no juice from the battery. Simple. See HD catalog.
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Chapin SC
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August 11, 2015
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Yes need a battery, Charger helps too. This is a supplement to an existing set or tool package.
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Lake Tahoe, USA
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Yes you will need a battery and a charger
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Durham, NC, USA
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They are required to operate. You need any of the Ryobi lithium 18 volt batteries and charger.
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Decatur, Ga
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April 8, 2015
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Battery and charger are required for power. However if you have already purchased a different Ryobi One+ product, then you already have a battery and a charger. I like to have 2 batteries so I can have one in use while the other is charging.
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Durham, NC
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Yes, this is a "bare tool" item. Yes, you need at least one One+ 18v battery and a charger. There are several options including older NiCd batteries and chargers. I find the P102 small Lithium batteries does better than the old NiCd batteries at comparable cost. These go on sale from time to time for around $50/pair. Any of the newer chargers work with One+ Lithiium or NiCd battery packs. Highly Read More
Yes, this is a "bare tool" item. Yes, you need at least one One+ 18v battery and a charger. There are several options including older NiCd batteries and chargers. I find the P102 small Lithium batteries does better than the old NiCd batteries at comparable cost. These go on sale from time to time for around $50/pair. Any of the newer chargers work with One+ Lithiium or NiCd battery packs. Highly recommend the low cost Ryobi P118 Battery Charger, which can be found for around $15. Very rare that you really need 1 hour or less charging and the P118 does about 90min charging of the P102 pack. Read Less
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It's an 18-Volt tool. No battery operated tool will run without the battery. If it's dual power (battery and a/c), it will say so like the new work light. The reason for selling some of their tools without a battery is to save you money instead of making you pay for a battery and charger for each tool you buy. Typically the batteries that come with some of the tools are the cheapest/smallest they make. Read More
It's an 18-Volt tool. No battery operated tool will run without the battery. If it's dual power (battery and a/c), it will say so like the new work light. The reason for selling some of their tools without a battery is to save you money instead of making you pay for a battery and charger for each tool you buy. Typically the batteries that come with some of the tools are the cheapest/smallest they make. You're better off buying a couple of their top of the line batteries because a charge lasts forever. You can sometimes find them in a 2 pack for $109.00 and normally its close to $100 for one. Here's the link to their best 2 pack battery and their single charger.
Batteries:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-One-High-Capacity-LITHIUM-Battery-2-Pack-P122/204321540
Charger:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-One-Dual-Chemistry-IntelliPort-Charger-P117/100634343
I do not recommend buying this tool anyway. It works great but you must buy Ryobi blades and they don't even sell Ryobi jigsaw blades in the stores. In Raleigh anyway... It's supposed to accept standard T-shank blades but it doesn't. All they sell at HD is Bosch jigsaw blades with the exception of 1 or 2 knock off brands. The Bosch blades will not fit properly. I'd say the Bosch blades are the standard size and Ryobi has screwed up on this tool. I have several Ryobi tools and this is the only one I've been disappointed in. I emailed Ryobi and they gave me a lame excuse that the Bosch blades were too thick. I ground down one of the Bosch blades almost paper thin, and the blade locking collar still wouldn't lock like it should. It's the T part of the shank that Ryobi didn't allow enough room for the standard sized T-shank blades to fit properly. After I ground the top of the T down on the Bosch blade, it fit and locked in fine. HD could at least carry the Ryobi blades in the store since Ryobi messed up on this tool. Read Less
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The saw requires an 18v battery (I strongly suggest the 18v lithium+ for best performance), and if you don't already have a Ryobi charger, you'll need one, too. The bare jigsaw (P523) is just under $60, but for an extra $100 you can get two batteries, a charger, a VSR drill, and a hammer drill, too (P898-P523). I own all three (and more) and have think they're great!
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March 19, 2015
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Yes, this product does require the usage of an 18 volt rechargeable battery.
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Does it cut metal?

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Lexington, SC
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With the proper choice of blade it can cut metal.
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No, but using the right blade will.
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Yes, with a metal cutting blade it will cut steel nicely. Many wood blades will cut aluminum or brass as well.
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Yes, it can cut metal with the correct blades.
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COPPERAS COVE, TX
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you will need to purchase a Blade that cuts metal. Do not use the blade that comes pre-package
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I believe it does with a metal cutting blade.
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Granbury, Texas
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Yes. But you must get metal cutting T-Shank blades.
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yes with the right blade it does cut most metals
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Sure as long as they are soft and/or non-ferrus metals and using the blade that it is suppost to be use for that purpose. We use it everyday for cutting metal clothes hanging tubes and aluminum rail guides for closet doors.
Keep in mind that blade life is always depending on the cutting speed according to the material being cut, going to fast would dull the blade and going to slow would overheat the Read More
Sure as long as they are soft and/or non-ferrus metals and using the blade that it is suppost to be use for that purpose. We use it everyday for cutting metal clothes hanging tubes and aluminum rail guides for closet doors.
Keep in mind that blade life is always depending on the cutting speed according to the material being cut, going to fast would dull the blade and going to slow would overheat the blade to the point to where it would become soft enough to dull even melt the teeth. Caution they get real hot. Read Less
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Yes, with the proper blade.
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December 21, 2015
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Hi Fe, You may use this product for the purposes listed: Cutting wood surfaces, thin sheet metal, plastics, and laminates. Hope this helps!
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This is probably a stupid question but can you use a Ryobi 40V lithium battery with this?

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nope, 18v
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You are correct!! This is an 18 volt product.
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June 13, 2016
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NO, 18 volt batteries.
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June 13, 2016
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The only stupid question is the one you don't ask. The 40v battery will not work with this saw. It purposefully won't fit. If it did, it would burn the motor up in no time.
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April 27, 2016
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Hi SCG! Unfortunately it will only work with the 18 volt batteries.
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DON.T TRY IT!!! You will probably burn out the motor in the 18 V. device.
(If it will even fit into the 18 V. equipment.)
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No, it wouldn't fit.
I used to wonder the same thing, btw. :-)
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April 26, 2016
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A 40 volt battery cannot be used with this.
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As far as I know, that would be no.
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No. won't fit. It takes the ONE+ 18V lithiums. I recommend the 4 Ahr.
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Which brands of blades work?

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Understand that this saw uses the T shank blades. However, not all T shank blades work - example, the Bosch blades have a wider T and will not lock into the saw. Other than Ryobi, which brands of blades will work in this saw without having to modify the T shank?
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Any brand that sells 'T' style blades.
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The brand isn't important, it just has to be a "t" top blade. Also comes with one.
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I use Bosch T-Shank blades in mine. They work fine. The collar is a little snug locking back though. I knocked the little point off a little with a grinder. But they worked fine without doing that as well.
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They promote that it holds bosch's T type and ever existed U type blades, however I have not tryed the U type blades, but I'm pretty sure they should work just by the type of locking system they use.
Make sure to wiggle blade until firmly seated all the way in and release locking system at once, do not make a soft release because any little dust or debri migh prevent from locking and blade would come Read More
They promote that it holds bosch's T type and ever existed U type blades, however I have not tryed the U type blades, but I'm pretty sure they should work just by the type of locking system they use.
Make sure to wiggle blade until firmly seated all the way in and release locking system at once, do not make a soft release because any little dust or debri migh prevent from locking and blade would come off as soon as turned on, also do a routine cleaning of the tool holder to prevent this issue that comes accross eventually on every branded saw, it is a common issue taken care by a cleaning procedure. Read Less
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I have a Bosch blade in mine that I have been using since day, it works just fine. I did try some black and decker, Harbor Freight and craftsman t-shank blades in mine and it works just fine. Bosch and Diablo are my preferred blades of choice I always junk the stock blade of any saw I buy and replace it with one of those 2 brands.
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any carbide tip blades
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Hello I only used the Ryobi and Bosch blades. I filed the tangs down on the Bosch blades which didn't take very long. Just a minor inconvenience.
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I misspoke - I should have said the blade clamp does not return fully instead of the blade will not lock.
Took the Bosch blades to HD and tried them in the store display - same result - blade goes in and the blade clamp returns only part of the way.
Like my saw, the blade seems locked in but I 'm concerned it may not stay in when under load.
Solution was to file down part of the T - when I do that, Read More
I misspoke - I should have said the blade clamp does not return fully instead of the blade will not lock.
Took the Bosch blades to HD and tried them in the store display - same result - blade goes in and the blade clamp returns only part of the way.
Like my saw, the blade seems locked in but I 'm concerned it may not stay in when under load.
Solution was to file down part of the T - when I do that, the blade clamp returns the full way. Read Less
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Took the Bosch blades to HD and tried them in the store display - exactly same result. The blade goes in and the blade clamp returns part of the way. Like my saw, the blade seemed to be locked in (couldn't pull it out) but not sure if it would stay in when under load. Solution was to file down part of the T - when I do that, the blade clamp returns the full way.
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I've been using Bosch blades and have had no problems with them - they've locked in properly and have not come out until I removed them. ? defective lock mechanism or foreign material present? I'd take your saw and your Bosch blades into a Home Depot store and see if their saw (on their shelf) can accept the Bosch blades to settle the question.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 164 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jig saw Wanted the drywall saw but they didn't have it so i got this was on Mt list anyways! Love the speed control and the light! Perfect cuts every time! if you have the batteries buy this cordless for life! June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by With a steady, patient hand, this thing is gold Until I could afford (or invest in ) bigger equipment like a miter saw, scroll saw, etc., this looked like it might fit the bill. It bevels easily, the blades are simple to replace, and it cuts. Powerfully. I did notice a bit of bevel drifting when I had it set to 0 degrees (or 90, depending on your point of view), but that is all user error and impatience. It gets better with time. That being said, the ryobi cordless jigsaw is one fine, HANDY piece of equipment. I've cut plywood, pine, a host of hardwoods, and it never failed to cut. October 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great jig saw used it to cut a doggy door. great saw. nice not having to worry about cutting the power cord. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Saw It works greatthe blade saver is a great add oni have used it a lot note than I thought I would it can let you use the same balde twice the leanght. October 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lots of power Very powerful jig saw. I used to cut siding and plywood. Tends to eat up the battery. I have two which keeps me working. October 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice jigsaw I like the jig saw but I bought it hoping to cut a cedar 4x4 and it does not work for that. Not enough depth. Still a nice jigsaw to complete my Ryobi cordless tools. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good! I love that it fits right in with the rest of my Ryobi tools! Easy to use. Got the job done quick! October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice, and convenient saw Had to cut corian counter top to finish what my circular saw could not reach. Picked up the jig saw and finished the job in under 2 minutes. October 11, 2016
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