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ONE+ 18V Cordless Reciprocating Saw Kit with 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger

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  • Over 145 Cuts Per Charge
  • Includes: (1) 4.0 Ah Battery and 18V Charger
  • Over 260 ONE+ Tools - All Work With Any RYOBI 18V ONE+ Battery
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RYOBI introduces the 18V ONE+ Cordless Reciprocating Saw Kit with (1) 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger. Equipped with a 1 in. stroke length and 3,400 SPM this saw is ideal for fast cuts through mutliple materials. The easy blade release lever ensures simple blade changes to quickly switch between cutting applications to complete over 145 cuts per charge. The variable speed trigger and pivoting shoe maximize control throughout the duration of the cut. The included battery and charger are compatible with all RYOBI 18V Tools. Best of all, it is part of the RYOBI ONE+ System of over 260 Cordless Tools that all work on the same battery platform. This 18V ONE+ Cordless Reciprocating Saw is backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty and includes a 4.0 Ah Battery, 18V Charger, and operator's manual.
  • Over 145 cuts per charge
  • Fast cutting with up to 3,400 SPM and 1 in. stroke length
  • Easy blade release lever for quick blade changes
  • Variable speed trigger for precise cutting
  • Pivoting shoe for user control
  • The included battery and charger are compatible with all RYOBI 18V Tools
  • Part of the RYOBI 18V ONE+ System of over 260 cordless tools
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: PCL515 18V ONE+ Cordless Reciprocating Saw, 6 in. Wood Cutting Blade, (1) PBP005 4.0 Ah Battery, (1) PCG002 18V Charger, and Operator’s Manual
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Power Tool FeaturesAdjustable Shoe,Blade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch,Pivot Head,Quick Release,Two Hand Grips,Variable SpeedKeyless Blade Change,Variable SpeedCushioned Grip,LED Light,No Tool Blade Change,Sub-Compact,Variable SpeedKeyless Blade Change
Voltage (volts)18 V18 V18 V18 V
Batteries IncludedYesYesYesYes
Included AccessoriesBlade(s)Blade(s)Blade(s)Blade(s)
Cuts ThroughAluminum,PVC,WoodWoodWoodMetal,PVC,Plastic,Wood
Battery Amp Hours4 Ah1.5 Ah2 Ah4 Ah
Number of Total Batteries Included1111
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Product Depth (in.)15.5 inProduct Height (in.)5.75 in
Product Width (in.)2.75 in


Batteries IncludedYesBattery Amp Hours4 Ah
Battery Power TypeLithium IonBattery Size18-volt
Battery/Charger1 Battery & Charger IncludedBattery/Charger(1) 4 Ah Battery & Charger Included
Charger IncludedCharger IncludedColor FamilyGreen
ConditionNewConstruction MaterialAcrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Cordless Tool TypeReciprocating SawCordless/CordedCordless
Cuts ThroughAluminum,PVC,WoodIncludedBlade(s)
Included AccessoriesBlade(s)Length Of Stroke (in.)1 in
Maximum Amperage (amps)0.0Motor TypeBrushed
Number of Total Batteries Included1Power SourceBattery
Power Tool FeaturesAdjustable Shoe,Blade Guard System,Lockout Power Switch,Pivot Head,Quick Release,Two Hand Grips,Variable SpeedProduct Weight (lb.)3.75 lb
Returnable90-DayStrokes per Minute3300
Tools Product TypePower ToolVoltage (volts)18 V

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Reciprocating saw is comfortable to use, cut well, and has good battery life
This saw feels solidly put together, though not quite so bulletproof as my previous corded reciprocating saw. That was more than made up for by its cordless capabilities, which allowed me to more easily de-limb downed trees – it was ideal for the ¾” to 2” diameter limbs that were too big for loppers and for which the chainsaw was overkill! A toolless quick-release mechanism for blade changes worked well, but I did note a fair amount of side-to-side movement of the blade when the saw was not under load. Weight and balance seemed OK, either with or without a battery pack installed, though the saw would not sit upright, only laying on one side or the other. (For reference, I used a 4 AH ONE+ 18V battery, sold separately.) In my initial use, I made about 30 cuts and the battery continued to display a full charge indication. The saw has ample rubberized grip and holding surfaces, and a variable speed trigger with lockout switch and up to 3400 one-inch (25mm) strokes per minute. A 6” wood cutting blade is included, and other lengths and specialty blades are available. There is a noticeable amount of vibration during use, though a pivoting shoe helps brace the saw against the workpiece. The manufacturer offers a 3-year warranty that requires presenting the purchase receipt if service is required. (This has been a problem for me in the past with misplaced receipts or items received as gifts.)
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You Need to Consider This Sawzall
The new Ryobi Reciprocating Saw (commonly called a sawzall) should be considered whether you are looking for a replacement or you are buying you first one. The reason is that they all have pretty much the same features, but the Ryobi is much lighter than it's competitors. And when you are doing a lot of cutting with the saw, the weight makes a big difference. The features of the Ryobi that I really like, other than the lighter weight, are the rubber grips so you had does not slip off, the trigger locking switch, which is a must for safety and carrying the saw, the VERY easy blade loading and unloading feature, and the pivoting shoe on the end. Operation of the saw is easy but if you don't do it correctly, it will feel as if you arm is being vibrated off. Keeping the material tightly against the shoe will eliminate most of the vibrating. Because I am a big Ryobi fan, I have multiple 18+ volt batteries and chargers. This saw does not include a battery or charger, so you will need to purchase that separately if you do not have one. Other manufacturers do include a battery and charger but the price is a few dollars more than the Ryobi. Because I have so many Ryobi tools, and I like the Ryobi quality, this reciprocating saw was a no-brainer for me to add to my tool line. It is a tool that I will not use that often, but when I need it, nothing can replace it to make my task easy.
  • Recommended
2 found this review helpful
Great Features
Ryobi tools are a perfect balance of price and utility for the homeowner. There is no sense paying two to three times as much for a professional-grade tool that is built to be used every day when you are only going to use it once in a while. These Ryobi tools are built quite well, and can be expected to last a homeowner a lifetime. They are also not too heavy. This saw is perfect for lopping-off branches and cutting roots and anything that you don't quite need a chainsaw for. Comes with one general-purpose blade to get you started. If you look at the one picture, you can see there is steel inside the plastic blade lever - it is not going to snap off!
1 found this review helpful
Portable, comfortable, good size and weight, convenient one step quick blade change system, very good performance and results.
This Ryobi 18 volt reciprocating saw is a very nice addition to my battery-operated tools. I have not abandoned all of my corded tools which still come in handy for large projects, but am relying more on the convenience and portability of the battery powered tools. This Ryobi is part of the One+ 18 Volt system that uses the same type of battery. I have other Ryobi One+ tools and already have a charger and several 18V One+ batteries. As such, I only needed to acquire the tool. Once you have the charger and a few 18V One+ batteries all of the 18V One+ tools will operate off of that power base. This reciprocating saw body is about 15 in long from the shoe assembly to the back of the handle (excluding blade length) and about 6 in high from the top of the handle to the battery port (excluding battery). The saw body is fairly lightweight. The saw with my 3Ah battery installed is not as heavy as my corded reciprocal saw. The lock-off button is at the top rear of the handle and easy to use. There is a variable speed operating trigger. The saw fits comfortably in the hands is easy to use and maneuver. The saw accepts all standard reciprocating saw blades. There is a quick release/install blade clamp on the side of the saw body which is really nice and facilitates changing saw blades quickly. The saw seems to perform as well as my corded saw for most basic projects, being limited primarily by the life of the battery charge. Good quality, good price.
  • Recommended
1 found this review helpful
Tool Only (8-volt battery not included)
Another Ryobi 18 volt ONE + tool from the arsenal of innovative tools using the same 18-volt batteries. Hurricane Ida left us with much damage and one of the things I needed to do was begin cutting down a privacy fence that has been leaning into our parking lot. The reciprocating saw model # PCL5158 (tool only) lived up to the job. I was able to make all my 23 cuts using the same battery and had the power to spare. Ryobi claims 145 cuts on a full-charged battery, fast cuts up to 3,400 SPM (strokes per minute), and a stroke length of 1 inch which lived up to the claims. The blade is very easy to change with a lever opening the blade holding attachment. Carries a three-year warranty just as all the tools do at Ryobi.
Ryobi Cordless Reciprocating Saw to the Rescue.
My new Ryobi Reciprocating Saw was the perfect tool for cleaning up tree limbs from the recent heavy wet spring snowstorm. Several limbs broke off our 2 maple trees in the front yard. The largest limb was maybe 2 inches in diameter. Using the coarse blade supplied with the Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Tool Only version) I easily cut up a big pile of limbs in about 20 minutes. The variable speed drive was helpful making it easy to cut limbs from 3/8 to 2 inches in diameter. With the handy tool free chuck, I was able to insert the new blade in seconds and get to work cutting my pile of limbs. My fully charged 4Ah battery still had 3 out 4 bars of power shown on the battery when I completed my job. The grip handle was comfortable, and the safety switch was easy to depress with my thumb. I have several Ryobi tools and they never seem to wear out. I would recommend the 18 Volt Cordless Reciprocating Saw to anyone doing wood working, fence building or outdoor clean up work or demolition.
  • Recommended
Very fast cutting, lightweight, powerful saw
I took this saw out of the box and started using it right away, the instruction book is very clear, and I had a job that needed my attention. I had a 7- inch aluminum high pressure gas cylinder that needed the top and bottom cut off so it could be repurposed. I had already cut off the bottom with my corded reciprocating saw and it took about 30 minutes since the wall is one fourth of an inch thick. I charged up my battery for the Ryobi and put in the 12-inch blade and got to work, the foot on the tool is nice and stiff so I tapered it down in the direction I wanted to go and started cutting. Aluminum shavings flowed down to the ground like water, and it cut very smoothly. I watched my watch, and it took 30 minutes to get all the way through on one battery. The corded saw also took 30 minutes, but I had to get near an outlet and find an extension cord and work around it. It is much faster to grab the Ryobi One and go to work on any job I need to do.
  • Recommended
1 found this review helpful
Nice 18-volt RYOBI Reciprocating saw
I like the RYOBI brand of products. I am a do-it-yourself kind of guy and find these tools fit my needs very well. I recently got an 18-volt Reciprocating saw and have been very pleased with it. The weight is heavy enough to help reduce kickbacks but not so heavy that you get "arm fatigue" when using it. The trigger/grip opening is plenty big to allow for use with gloves. It is variable speed (0 to 3,400 strokes per minute), with a stroke length of 1 inch. A nice safety feature is the "Lock on/off" switch which can keep the trigger from activating when saw is not in use. Another feature that is essential to me is the quick install/release of the blade. By simply pulling up the lever on the side you can swap/replace blades very easily. It uses standard blades
  • Recommended
1 found this review helpful
Great addition to my tool set!
I needed this in my toolset. This is a great addition for my Ryobi tools, I own the original blue one from 1997 and never got a new one. This is lighter than the old one, more comfortable to use and seems to be a little stronger than the original. The easy change blade is great for working on the go. Will upgrade more of my toolset with thgese new ones.
  • Recommended
Very Useful!
I think a Reciprocating Saw (Saws All) is on of the most useful saws. Add to that a battery with a decent life and you got it all. Some of the features that I like. A lock out of the start switch. Small children is my thought. Ease of putting a new saw blade in place. I could not insert the blade the wrong way. Yes I did try! This would make a great gift for that DIY homeowner. I can see this used trimming trees, sprinkler systems, etc. I highly recommend this saw.
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