The RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless Lopper is the perfect tool for trimming branches with ease. This battery-operated tool eliminates the hassle and fatigue of a manual pruner. Simply pull the trigger and let the tool do the work for you. The RYOBI 18V ONE+ Lopper delivers cuts up to 1-1/4 in., perfect for pruning and limbing trees and bushes. Using bypass cutting action, this lopper gives you the ability to make the most precise cuts. After making the cut, use the branch hook to easily remove the branch from the tree. This lopper and the included 2.0 Ah battery are compatible with the RYOBI 18V system of tools, batteries and chargers. The RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless Lopper is backed by a 3-year warranty.
Replaces manual pruner with the pull of a trigger
1-1/4 in. cut capacity
Ideal for pruning and limbing
Bypass cutting action for precise cuts
Branch hook included for easy branch removal
2.5 ft. tool length
RYOBI 18V 2.0 Ah battery and charger included
Compatible with all RYOBI 18V tools, batteries, and chargers
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ONE+ 18V Cordless Battery Lopper with 2.0 Ah Battery and Charger
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Garden Center Tool Type
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3-Year Limited Warranty
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out of 91 reviews
98% recommend this product
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Jun 23, 2021
Bought this fabulous tool through the Paris, Texas store about 10 days ago. Upon opening the box was so pleasantly surprised at the lack of assembly. There is included a small branch hook to aid in pulling down branches that have lodged in the tree and it only takes 2 small screws to install this handy addition. Since we have numerous 18+ Li-Ion batteries, I shoved in a 4 Ah battery and this work-horse was ready to ramble. Firstly, I was amazed at the weight with battery which is about 5 pounds. We both love this feature as it is so lightweight. Enough on the weight! We took this masterpiece of labor saver outside looking for large limbs to remove up to and including the rated 1-1/4 inch size. Found one on a mid size hickory. I pulled the trigger and had to step to the side to escape the falling branch. IT WORKED! This initial branch was the full size for the cutters and even had to force it into the cutter. After this I found a similar limb on a white oak and the results were the same. After this playing with this new tool for several more cuts we took it back inside and tried to charge the battery. After just a calculated minute the charger shut off and the meter had all 4 bars showing.
Fast forward to the 22nd day of June 2021, we loaded all tools onto our golf cart and began a serious workout for this new tool. Again a 4 Ah battery as we had a lot of pruning and brush removal to do. A freeze in February of 2021 killed all above ground limbs on 12 old established Gardenia bushes and all deadwood had to be removed. Also, there were 3 large, to 7 feet tall, Loripetelum, or Pink Fringe bushes that had to be cut back to ground level. In the course of 2 hours we made over 300 cuts with the lopper never having to get another battery. Please understand that we also had a power saw to cut through the larger trunks near ground level. After going back to the shop and placing this 4 Ah battery on the charger we were amazed to see that there was still power in the 4th meter window. Took only a few minutes to full charge the battery with the charger that came with the tool.
So, to sum up, This tool will extend the time we have in our home as we are in our late 70's for my wife and 84 for myself. This tool, the Lopper, has far exceeded our expectations and would highly recommend it to anyone.
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Feb 18, 2021
This is a review of the Ryobi P4362 18v Lopper. I was intrigued by this item as I do lots of tre...
This is a review of the Ryobi P4362 18v Lopper. I was intrigued by this item as I do lots of tree and brush trimming. It can easily handle anything that fits in between the jaws of the tool. The 2 Amp hour battery lasts a long time, and the small size makes the tool easy to handle. My only real complaint is how painfully slow it makes a cut. One unexpected thing I really like about it is that it makes trimming branches about my head much easier.
This works great for the larger branches, but is a little slow for the tiny branches. The tiny on...
This works great for the larger branches, but is a little slow for the tiny branches. The tiny ones you should use a manual lopper. It is a bypass lopper even though in the pictures it doesn't look like it.
The cover for the blades is too small to cover all of the cutting head. Because the blade is left open, it would me nice if the cover fit to keep you from accidentally cutting yourself on the blade.
The Ryobi One+ 18V Lopper does one thing and does it well. The kit comes with Bypass Lopper, bla...
The Ryobi One+ 18V Lopper does one thing and does it well. The kit comes with Bypass Lopper, blade sheath, branch hook, 2Ah battery, and charger. I find it immensely easier to prune than with a manual lopper since you don't have to make clearance for lopper handles, just reach straight in through brush or other branches, fit it over the place you want to cut, and squeeze the safety and trigger. The lopper makes the cut and releases automatically so you can just move to the next cut. The cut cycle time is under 3 1/2 seconds but you can move on as soon as the cut phase completes in less than 2 seconds. The blade sheath helps protect the cutting blade from damage but will not fit over the branch hook if that has been attached. The branch hook only requires two small Phillips screws to attach. I have been triming downed branches both to produce kindling and to prepare the branches for cutting to firewood or feeding to a chipper. The Ryobi Lopper is a bit of work to handle at a little under eight pounds but you avoid fighting brush to get a manual lopper in to the cut point and eliminate the struggle to cut through tough branches. Overall I find it a lot less work than a manual lopper and I am looking forward to pruning my dwarf fruit trees with a proper bypass cut while standing on the ground. The lopper is just over two feet from grip to cutter so add that to your reach height to get a maximum cutting height. There is no extension so perhaps that could be on a future wish list.
It's great for some of those branches that I can't myself reach, I'm not very tall so this a grea...
It's great for some of those branches that I can't myself reach, I'm not very tall so this a great help for me. I don't really have any complaints, besides I wish it would extend.. if it does I couldn't find anything anywhere to show me how. I've only used it on plants now (not very lively in the middle of winter) and it's worked great with little effort on my part. I'm always worried that power tools will be to heavy, especially when I'm reaching up with them but this one isn't bad. I was able to get a lot done before my arm got tired lol. I have not bought anything else like this so I'm not sure it's standard but I absolutely love the cover over the blade and the safety trigger.
It DOES COME WITH A BATTERY AND CHARGER, I say this boldly because I learned the hard way you have to watch out and make sure.
The Ryobi 18 volt Cordless Lopper is a whopper!! It’s lightweight, easy to handle and well worth...
The Ryobi 18 volt Cordless Lopper is a whopper!! It’s lightweight, easy to handle and well worth the money. Manual loppers require both hands and limited reach, and it might not give you a great cut. This unit is powerful, can be operated with one hand if needed and can travel anywhere. It will cut an 1-1/4” branch with no effort. It gives you an 8.5’ reach with your arms raised. It has a security latch that keeps the unit from being accidentally started. All around a must in your lawn and garden tool arsenal
My crepe myrtles, hollies and photinias were needing some thinning and cutting back, so I thought...
My crepe myrtles, hollies and photinias were needing some thinning and cutting back, so I thought this Ryobi Lopper would be ideal to do the job. It proved to be more than capable as it effortlessly sliced through any branch that fit within its jaw. Its sharp blade swiftly makes its cut and then retracts, ready for the next one. The retrieval hook comes in handy to pull those branches that get hung up out of the way.
I’ve found that the Ryobi 18V tools are lighter and easier to maneuver, yet still have ample power to get the job done. This tool weighs only 5.5 pounds, including the battery, which makes it easy to extend it several feet above for those high cuts. However, the battery lacks a fuel gauge so you’re on your own to guess how much power you have left. But, I did still have power left when I was finished doing numerous full sized shrubs.
This powered lopper made pruning my shrubs much faster and with much less effort than I had experienced before - and it’s one of my favorite lawn tools now.
When the Ryobi lopper arrived, we were having a snow storm, however by the next day, I had shovel...
When the Ryobi lopper arrived, we were having a snow storm, however by the next day, I had shoveled enough to try it out. I stand 5'2", and was able to reach some branches quite easily for pruning, this tool has great power cuts clean every time which uses an 18-Volt Lithium-ion battery. Included is a charger, You are able to have a capacity to cut 1 1/4",with a reach up to 8.5'.The steel blades are extremely sharp, ready to use when you are. Excellent product.
This will be one of my favorite Ryobi tools in the spring and in the fall. It has a nice weight t...
This will be one of my favorite Ryobi tools in the spring and in the fall.
It has a nice weight to it, but not too heavy that you can’t hold it to cut down the small branches on your trees or bushes. They cuts with these for a small branches about the thickness of one’s finger. You can have your work done in no time at all I know mine will be done with almost no effort at all except for picking up all the branches.
RYOBI ONE+ 18-VOLT LITHIUM-ION CORDLESS LOPPER 2.0 AH BATTERY AND CHARGER - As a new Ryobi user I...
RYOBI ONE+ 18-VOLT LITHIUM-ION CORDLESS LOPPER 2.0 AH BATTERY AND CHARGER - As a new Ryobi user I love the fact that so many of their products use the ONE+ battery system. I can easily switch between this easy to use lopper and use the same battery on my small chain saw to finish the job. The lopper is easy to use however I wish it had an extension capability so it could reach further. I haven't used it extensively but it does cut thru branches easily and you don't have to rely on your strength to shear off the branch. These seem powerful enough that if you get the branch into their opening they will cut if off with ease. The "guard" included for the blade area will not fit if you install the included "branch hook".