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  • Works Great, Strong Spray, Comes with Battery and Charger
  • January 31, 2016
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If you have lots of gardens, sidewalks, or live in an area with pest problems then you are used to using hand pump garden sprayers. Well, hand pump no longer! This battery operated sprayer from Ryobi allows you much faster and efficient spraying of pesticides, fertilizers, weed killers. The best part is it works with other Ryobi 18v packs and the included battery works with other Ryobi 18v tools. Everything you need is included. Sprayer, hose, wand, 1.3AH battery and charger. All you need is your chemical of choice. Assembly takes ten minutes. Attach the hose and the wand head and charge the battery. SPRAYING: The tank has a one gallon capacity and has a large fill nozzle with a built in 4oz measuring cup as the cap. The tank can be removed for cleaning. Fill the tank with your chemical and then press the on switch. The pump primes itself and it's ready to go. You have control over spray with the wand, press the lever and it shoots. Spray pattern is variable with the brass nozzle. This sprays a large volume of fluid and can reach much farther than a pump spray, allowing you to get way under eves with pesticide and up under decks. It will run through the entire gallon on one pack charge. It's pretty quiet when running. You can talk over it. Cleaning is easy, detach the tank, wash it out, then run water with a bit of dish soap through the pump. The wand snaps into the handle for easy storage. Overall I do like this machine. I have so many areas to spray for carpenter ants and lots of sidewalks and beds to keep weed free. This makes the job so much faster and easier. I'd recommend this to anyone, especially since it comes with Ryobi's 3 year warranty.

Pros Easy to Clean, Functionality, Great Quality

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hpiguy

Wausau, WI
35 to 44, Male
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By: hpiguy
  • Great cordless sprayer for small jobs
  • February 01, 2016
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This is a great sprayer that comes in handy for those small jobs so I don't have to get out my large sprayer. It works well and is comfortable to carry around, although a carry strap would have made it easier. It is a bit noisier than I expected, but that is not a problem when outside. I do have other Ryobi One+ tools, so this is a great addition to the collection. PROS: -No need to pump manually -Includes battery and quick Intelliport charger that fills 100% in about an hour and has status lights -Includes clearly illustrated instruction books for battery, charger, and sprayer -Easy to fill tank with measuring cup and secure latches on the side -Nozzle is brass and adjustable from fan to stream -Easy to detach tank to clean thoroughly -Power remains constant until battery is drained -Comes with a 3-year warranty CONS: -Handle is plastic and came with deformed threads that made it difficult to assemble - a brass handle would have been much better -Carrying strap is not included This sprayer is not just for spraying chemicals, and I have found it very helpful while my hoses are in winter storage. I have used it for rinsing the mud and snow from my tires before parking the car in the garage. I also use it for spraying tub and shower cleaner - no more tired and sore fingers from those trigger sprayers!

Pros Easy to Clean, Functionality, Multi Use Cons no carry strap, plastic handle with deformed threads

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DoubleL

Pennsylvania
65 or over, Female
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By: DoubleL
  • Great sprayer, No pumping!
  • January 25, 2016
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The Ryobi One+ Lithium-Ion cordless sprayer is a compact, well designed, handy house hold sprayer that is a great addition to the Ryobi One+ line up. It comes with a detachable 1 gal. tank and a cap that doubles as a measuring cup. It comes with the standard issue compact Ryobi 18 volt Lithium battery Model P102 and the standard issue “IntelliPort” charger (see photos). Easy to use with a simple on/off protected switch, a thumb operated valve and adjustable brass nozzle. The sprayer is constructed of high density polyethylene and other corrosion resistant materials. It comes with tabs to attach a shoulder strap but no shoulder strap was included. It is light weight and user friendly. We found the pumping flow to be comparable to a fully charged, high quality pump up sprayer but without the hassle of endless pumping! We have provided photos and a short demo video, we hope they help.

Pros Durable, Easy to Clean, Easy to Install, Functionality, Multi Use, Sharp, Vibrant Color, 3 year warranty, Light Weight Cons no shoulder strap

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jamest

Texas
55 to 64, Male
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By: jamest
  • OK for a first effort. Lots of room for improvement.
  • April 22, 2020

I have had this for about a year now. I was excited to have dedicated battery powered sprayer for insecticides only. I do a lot of spraying: house, cabin and farm. I have two back pack sprayers and a pump sprayer on the back of my ATV. The good: umm -- It's got a battery? The spray wand clips nicely in the handle (see #2). The rest: 1. The pump can't be run dry. so you are left with about 5 oz of spray in the tank after every session. Go ahead just dump it on the ground. right! What am I supposed to do with this stuff? 2. The handle is junk. The threads are short and after a while become worn and leak. If you like having pesticides leak on your hand, clothes and shoes -- this is for you. After a month I replaced the hose and handle with a spare I had for my back pack sprayer. Now it actually sprays with some power. The orifice in the valve in the stock handle must be too small. From the start it was a weak spray and limited flow. With the new handle and valve it sprays as it should. So add another ~$10 for this upgrade. 3. The suction hose that goes in the tank has a very small filter that plugs easily due to its size. It also comes off easily so you can spend lots of time looking around in the tank and on the ground for it. The inlet hose doesn't reach all the way to the bottom. see #1 4. The pump lacks a pressure switch. You have to constantly switch it on and off. It could probably be run full time under pressure except the cheap connections leak all over the place. see #2 5. The cap for the tank doesn't self drain back into the tank. I can buy a bottle of laundry detergent with this feature for $8. Many of the pesticides I buy have a lid with this (weedbgon). Surely the engineers at Ryobi have noticed this when doing their own laundry. So while the oz and ml markings on the lid are cute, don't use it as it will just drip the residue down the side of the tank -- more leaking. 6. The hose is made of the cheapest plastic they could source. It kinks, and makes the sprayer fight your other hand.

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grantiago

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By: grantiago
  • LIFE SAVER!
  • March 17, 2018
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I previously had the Craftsman version of this but it was so annoying because one battery would barely last through the tank. this one, I am able to go through dozens of gallons while I fertilize all of my plants with watered down concentrate as well as QUICKLY being able to spray all my yard for weeds. tons of uses and all very simply. I love that you don't have to take all apart each time to refill also. the big valve is positioned to where you can just untwist it and leave the rest together. AMAZING PRODUCT. also love the hands free option

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HomeDepotCustomer

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By: HomeDepotCustomer
  • Worked well BUT cap fell apart
  • May 13, 2020

Liked how it worked. BUT only used it for 2 tank fulls, less than 1 hour. The measuring cap literally fell apart in my hand when I took it off to refill the 3rd time. It wasn't dropped or mishandled. Obvious cheap plastic cap. I'll see if they replace it. :(

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Anon

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By: Anon
  • The part causing most of the problems is a rubber diaphragm in the pump. HM 307942001 PUMP DIAPHR...
  • May 20, 2018
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The part causing most of the problems is a rubber diaphragm in the pump. HM 307942001 PUMP DIAPHRAM. Its about a $10 part and fairly easy to replace but Ryobi needs to re engineer this. In the mean time you should run clean water through it after each use or the dissolved solids in the Roundup will dry and solidify around that diaphragm. Then when you turn it on the little crystals beat that rubber part to death. It's a nice unit though.

Dennis

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By: Dennis
  • ah, you have to prime the pump! duh! my previous review noted that it worked fine out of the bo...
  • April 09, 2019
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ah, you have to prime the pump! duh! my previous review noted that it worked fine out of the box, but a week later wouldn't pump... read some reviews and picked up the hint to prime the pump... turned the unit on its side with the open end of the inlet hose positioned in the stream of water from my kitchen faucet... turned on the pump and squeezed the hose a few times to push the water into the pump... pressed the trigger on the wand and it worked like a charm! unit started pumping again and remained operational once i'd reassembled it on the base. this is a hassle, but it's a lot simpler than starting the return and replacement process! after all, once the pump is working correctly, the unit is pretty sweet.

tennisfreak

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By: tennisfreak
  • This is my second one from Home Depot. The first one lasted about a month before the wand starte...
  • June 22, 2019

This is my second one from Home Depot. The first one lasted about a month before the wand started to leak through pinholes in the metal wand. And the pressure began to decrease. All I was using was the weed killer from HD, nothing acid or corrosive. Returned it and got another one. This one lasted about four to five weeks before the pump pressure decreased. Now I have to prime it by bringing it in my house, hook a funnel up to the pickup tube and run the pump. This takes time. Also the spray pattern is terrible as it keeps changing. When you press the trigger, it comes out with pressure and a good pattern but after a few seconds, it changes as the pump pressure is insufficient to maintain a decent spray. This Ryobi sprayer is not what I expected from Ryobi since I have Ryobi tools and they work fine. Just a big disappointment. Also the switch is in a bad place, hard to turn on and off unless you use your other hand. Will take this back and buy another brand.

Gary

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By: Gary
  • I got tired of using that cheap plastic sprayer, always pumping it up, unscrewing the lid, cheap ...
  • May 08, 2018

I got tired of using that cheap plastic sprayer, always pumping it up, unscrewing the lid, cheap plastic sprayer tip. Saw this Ryobi sprayer and hoped it might make my weed and insect killing forays more fun. And it did. Constant, steady flow control without pumping, and a solid brass sprayer tip give great control and consistent dispersion of spray. Who would have thought this sprayer thing would make me smile? One of favorite Ryobi tools- right up there with the tire inflator.

Anonymous

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