|Item Weight||4.64 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 6 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||P515|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material||Plastic , metal|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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Ryobi P515 One+ 18V 7/8 Inch Stroke Length 3,100 RPM Lithium Ion Cordless Reciprocating Saw with Anti-Vibration Handle (Batteries Not Included, Power Tool Only)
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||15 x 6 x 6 inches|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
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- QUICK BLADE CHANGES: No tools necessary to change blades! Simply unlatch the front and the blades will pull out easily. This tool is compatible with any T-Shaped blade, which will slide and lock right into the system
- VARIABLE SPEED TRIGGER lets you change your power from job-to-job. Increase pressure on the trigger to increase the cutting speed and power of the saw
- ANTI-VIBRATION HANDLE: Work in comfort. Springs and rubber plates found inside the system make the rattling found with reciprocating applications easier on your joints, letting you work longer and more accurately
- RUBBER OVERMOLD lets you keep a grip on this power tool, even in slippery conditions
- ONE+ COMPATIBLE: This saw works with different types of Ryobi 18V batteries, including the P100, P101, P102, P103, P104, P105, P107, and P108
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|Sold By||—||M&M Merchandise Market||Amazon.com||Leadr Direct||Stimbo Enterprises||Midwest Tool Co.|
|Included Components||bare-tool||Blade||(1) BDCR20 20V Max* Lithium Reciprocating Saw, (1) Reciprocating Blade, (1) 20V Max* Lithium Battery and Charger.||Bare-Tool||Bare-Tool||Bare-Tool|
|Item Dimensions||15.00 x 6.00 x 6.00 inches||3.00 x 16.25 x 6.25 inches||15.00 x 3.00 x 7.00 inches||17.50 x 4.30 x 6.50 inches||17.50 x 3.50 x 6.50 inches||—|
|Power Source||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||Battery Powered||—|
|Voltage||18 volts||18.00 volts||20 volts||18.0 volts||18.0 volts||18.0 volts|
Working demolition, renovation, or landscaping can be near impossible without the help of a powerful reciprocating saw. Ryobi’s P515 is the saw that you need. Whether it’s for cutting branches and drywall or slicing through wood where your circular saw can’t reach, this tool can get it done right. It peaks out at 3,100 reciprocations per minute, which is more than you’ll need for most applications around the house or yard. It is compatible with any T-shaped blade, which can be easily swapped out without the need of a tool. This is a huge plus over competing models that require an allen key to install and remove blades. Being a part of the One+ Family, the P515 is compatible with Ryobi 18V batteries, from the P100 to the P108. You’ll be able to power through your applications comfortably, too, thanks to the anti-vibration handle and rubberized grip. Whether it’s for getting dirty on the demolition site, hacking through pipes for plumbing, or even professional landscaping, you’ll feel like you’re having fun rather than working on a jobsite with all of the power packed into this product. Ryobi means real power with the P515.
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I been meaning to get a sawzall for some time, yea you can get a corded one for 20 bucks, but I have a few of the 18v Ryobi tools... Weed eater, Hybrid Leaf blower, Drill, Hand vac, and 3 of the 18v fans.... All used alot, and no complaints for consumer grade stuff.....
My neighbor had plumbing problems a few years ago, and plumbers installed a ground sump well with pump and ran the troubled branch into the sump for kitchen sink, dishwasher , and washing machine and then from sump well installed 100 feet of 1 1/2" pipe trenched around the yard to main lateral line.
Well 10 grand later it worked for a few years, pump quit a couple days ago and I felt bad for him with problems again, I knew it was a Micky Mouse set up years ago when I saw it.... Well the sump well lid is about 2 foot below grade with a bolted down lid , they installed a corrugated plastic man hole riser and cover that was about 6 inches above grade....
Stupid thing is they installed the riser off center and covered up half the rusty sump lid bolts....
So no way to remove sump lid to get at pump without excavating the riser :/
Also they used no unions or removable couples on the plumbing for the pump, all glued every piece....
This is where the Ryobi sawzall shined and saved the day... I got it Prime one day with Dewalt blade pack and I got the all the PVC pipes cut and also cut a 10 inch circle in the thick plastic sump lid centered around pump outlet pipe in sump lid and pulled the failed pump out..... :)
Did not even break a sweat or get shocked using a corded tool to cut stuff in this water mess....
I could have cut pipes by hand and wore myself out, I could have used a corded jigsaw I had to cut the lid and probably got electrocuted .......
So for 60 bucks with blades to my door one day saved myself from death by electricity, or a heart attack sawing pipes by hand ;) ...
Again paid for itself, and now have many other honey-do's I can use the Sawzall for and not kill myself with manual saws doing stuff ... Guess when you get older have to work smarter, not harder ;)
Seems this saw came with 2 brand new blades included in the box, I was throwing away box and a set of new blades fell out, check your box good :)