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  • The perfect tool for the professional edging.
  • September 29, 2016
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I recently moved from New York where my grass was Kentucky Blue grass. Edging with a string trimmer was not a problem. Here in Georgia the grass is a vine like Centipede type and my Craftsman string trimmer uses a lot of .060" string to cut through the vines. I bought my first Ryobi because my friend back in NY swears by the One+ 18V tools. Using the Ryobi Edger made edging up my sidewalk and driveway go quickly, it was easy and it looks so professional. My wife likes the edging job too and now wants me to edge the flower gardens where the adjustable depth will really come in handy. I am looking forward to getting many more of the One+ tools.

Pros Accurate, All In One, Cuts Well, Durable, Easy to Store, Easy to Use, Good Size & Weight, Light Weight

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Dowser

Pooler, GA
65 or over
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  • I was concerned about battery life after reading other reviews. I found that you must adjust the...
  • January 25, 2017

I was concerned about battery life after reading other reviews. I found that you must adjust the depth of cut with the adjuster on the tool and further by tilting the handle. It is easy to cut too deep and in effect you are trenching which will use your battery quickly. When done right so your cut is just deep enough you can literally walk along while you edge. I did a 50' length of my yard in about 20 seconds. The battery would be no problem for a large yard if you do it properly. It also cuts as good or better than my gas edger and was much easier to use. I have had this about a month and I always look forward to using it. Bye bye gas edger.

Robert

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  • Bought this and the 4.0 battery separate. The 4.0 battery had enough power to do my walk and edge...
  • June 19, 2019
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Bought this and the 4.0 battery separate. The 4.0 battery had enough power to do my walk and edge around my place. Started at the most shallow setting and after each pass made the adjustment deeper. Don't start at the deepest setting, especially if you have not edged yet. Take it slow and make 4 passes. The 4.0 battery will last. Soon all the Ryobi tools will be sold with the 4.0 battery. Careful, look at the box when buying ryobi products. Some tools come with battery and charger, some tools will have the 'old' 1.3 battery look at all the boxes. Home depot is trying to get rid of the tools with the 1.3 battery's and selling it at the same price as the new box with the new more powerful 4.0 battery .. CHECK THE BOX for battery size. Not to say the 1.3 batterys are bad but they just need to be charged up because they drain faster. So have a few 1.3 batterys charged so you can finish the job. or pay 80 bucks for the new 4.0 battery.This is my 6th ryobi product.. I love this entire line of cordless convenience!! It is nice that most tools come with a battery and charger.Always have a few batteries charged up before you start your project so you will be able to finish up!

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GrillMaster

31 out of 31 people found this helpful
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By: GrillMaster
  • I got this edger about 3 weeks ago. The tool works fairly well but, if you have a lot of edging ...
  • August 23, 2017
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I got this edger about 3 weeks ago. The tool works fairly well but, if you have a lot of edging to do, you're either going to need a lot of replacement batteries or a lot of patience. It does not hold a charge for very long. Might do 100 feet at the time before stopping to recharge. I am hoping that subsequent "maintenance" edging won't be quite as painful but, I will be getting another battery pack. There also seems to be significant wear on the blade already so, I'm sure that it will require regular replacement. I would recommend this product for people with relatively small areas to edge. You might want something more powerful/longer lasting for larger jobs.

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CaptainYardwork

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By: CaptainYardwork
  • Super powerful, ease of use, the best edger I've ever owned...and I've been through a bunch. Sin...
  • June 20, 2017
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Super powerful, ease of use, the best edger I've ever owned...and I've been through a bunch. Since I have a lot of Ryobi tools, and 8 batteries, I actually replaced another brand's 2-cycle combo edger/weedeater with the Ryobi 18v edger and weedeater. No more going through the steps of replacing the edger part with the weedeater part, no more pulling on the dang cord to start, no more messing with gas and oil. At first, I was worried the 18v edger and weedeater wouldn't be powerful enough. But, they are just as powerful, if not more powerful, than the 2-stroke edger/weedeater I replaced. Do yourself a favor, swap those old 2-stroke edgers and weedeaters for the Ryobi 18v edger and weedeater.

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MickTxk

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By: MickTxk
  • I was somewhat skeptical of how well an 18v edger would perform. After using it 3 times, I can co...
  • March 28, 2017
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I was somewhat skeptical of how well an 18v edger would perform. After using it 3 times, I can confidently say I have no idea why I'd ever need anything with more 'juice'. This edger performs very well. It sliced right through turf that hadn't been edged before, making a perfectly clean line. I also love that it's extremely quiet. I edge about 200 feet of driveway & curb and according to the indicator on the battery, it only uses about 1/3 of it's charge. I am very happy with this edger.

JDUB

11 out of 11 people found this helpful
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By: JDUB
  • Nice to be cordless! Easy to use. I like the adjustable height feature. Battery life is short, as...
  • December 20, 2016
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Nice to be cordless! Easy to use. I like the adjustable height feature. Battery life is short, as I anticipated. I have a small yard and used 3 batteries to finish. I am having trouble with the handle staying tight, despite tightening hard. Ryobi quality is great, while hoping to get the handle tight.

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bradfordtornado

65 or over, Male
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  • Product was easy to assemble and extremely lightweight, I bought this product as a backup to my l...
  • May 26, 2017
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Product was easy to assemble and extremely lightweight, I bought this product as a backup to my larger gas powered Craftsman edger. This little edger made doing the outside edge of my corner lot so much easier as my bigger edger was a pain to adjust and try and keep on the curb. I had tried using my string trimmer to do the edging but was burning through so many spools buying this to go with my other Ryobi One products just made more sense. I tried it out today and just testing with the larger capacity battery I was able to do not only my outside edge but all the other edging around my sidewalks that I would have done with the gas edger so much more convenient.

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NewHomeOwner

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By: NewHomeOwner
  • Feature I love most is product is it is easy to grip and also easy to assemble. I love the adjus...
  • April 17, 2019
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Feature I love most is product is it is easy to grip and also easy to assemble. I love the adjustable height selection. I found the highest setting to be comfortable and adequate. I would like a wheel that glides along the hard surfaces to be wider cause it was difficult for me to remain on seawall / sidewalks. I purchased on 4/2/2019 and have used it twice in two weeks. Cut the grass evenly. As always, Ryobi never disappoints and this tool exceeds my expectations. My neighbor is also impressed and going to purchase one, too.

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MadBeachMel

7 out of 7 people found this helpful
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By: MadBeachMel
  • The battery drain on this thing is ridiculous. If you have a heavy edging project that isn't kept...
  • June 25, 2019

The battery drain on this thing is ridiculous. If you have a heavy edging project that isn't kept up weekly, you are lucky if you can get five feet of edging before the battery drains completely. I have a Ryobi blower and trimmer that uses the same battery so I have three batteries I can use. I get 10 to 12 feet of edging done and all three batteries drain dead. If you have a very small yard and you edge every time you mow, this might work fine. Otherwise, do yourself a favor and do not make the mistake I made. Steer clear of purchasing this.

Bob

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By: Bob