|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 7.9 x 7.9 inches|
|Item model number||RMT1801M|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||12|
Ryobi P340 One+ 18V Lithium Ion JobPlus Cordless Multi Tool with 3 Attachment Heads (P570 and P246 Parts Only, Battery Not Included)
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- 3 INCLUDED ATTACHMENTS: 1 x Sanding Accessory, 1 x Crescent Saw Attachment, 1 x Straight Woodcutting Saw Attachment
- ALL IN ONE: The P340 consists of two parts with separate model numbers. The power base goes by the model number P246, while the accessory attachment is the P570
- CROSS COMPATIBLE: The base of this tool is compatible with attachments from other companies, like the Ridgid JobMax line. Now you have the freedom to pick the tool most tailored to your job, so you can get it done right
- HEX RUBBER MOLDING: Keep an easy grip, even in slippery conditions. With the special overgrip designed to maximize contact points with your hand, giving you improved control when you’re digging around in hard-to-reach places
- ONE+ COMPATIBLE: Use Ryobi 18 Volt lithium ion batteries with this system. If you have batteries from the Ryobi One+ family, you’ll be able to get to work as soon as you take this out of the box. Compatible with P100, P101, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107, and P108 (batteries not included)
This product is available as Certified Refurbished.
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This Ryobi JobPlus multi tool is an all-in-one piece of machinery that can get a variety of tasks done around the house. You can use it to clear the grout from your bathtub, sand up some furniture, and even make cuts into wood, metal, plastic, or drywall like you would with different saws. You only need this one tool to do it all; you only need to swap out the accessories. This kit comes with three of them included for sanding and cutting, with six additional sanding pads. By itself, you’ll be able to accomplish what you need right away if you have access to Ryobi’s One+ line of batteries. You’re not limited to Ryobi for your accessories, either. You can use accessories from other manufacturers as well, giving you the freedom to pick and choose which company has a better head for different purposes. You can be sure that this is no exception to Ryobi’s high standards in home improvement technology.
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Without having ever turned on a multi-tool before, the Ryobi offering seems a bit under-powered. I've seen videos of a handyman powering through a 2x4 with a battery-powered unit and this is nothing like that. That is my only reference, however.
Now, I've purchased the RMT1801M and the RIDGID JobMax 4AMP corded unit to compare capabilities. (I know they aren't apples-to-apples but I'm already invested in the Ryobi 48V ecosphere so I'm not looking to add another battery system to my shop.) The Ryobi and JobMax systems share a common, replaceable head system. So, that's an advantage.
Ryobi makes many fine tools in their 48v battery ecosystem. I often turn to my blue Ryobi drill/driver on just about every project. I also have the small circular saw and 4.5" grinder. While they are all a bit under-powered, they have their uses. I fear, however, I don't find the RMT1801M multi-tool to fit into that same value/cost space. After testing, I believe I would spend more time focused on than the work.
Price - Ryobi = $70, RIDGID = $100
Warranty - Ryobi = 2 years, RIDGED = lifetime
Power - Ryobi = weak/ineffective, RIDGID = powerful
Reliability - Ryobi - some other reviewers have noted an excessive physical wear on the battery stem.
I've used multitools from Bosch and makita. While those are superior tools, built for abuse, the ryobi multitool is pretty impressive. For what you're paying and what you're actually getting, I couldn't be happier.
If you're a contractor, a carpenter, etc. Do yourself a favor a spend a little extra cash. If you're a DIY homeowner, or someone who has already invested money in the ONE plus line of tools. You'll be more than satisfied. I install flooring for a living and already own the ONE plus airstrike nailer (which, is an incredibly, handy tool), figured I'd give this a try since I already have batteries and I couldn't be more happy or impressed.