Ryobi 18V One+ Spotlight (Xenon) CXN180G

Ryobi 18V One+ Spotlight (Xenon) CXN180G

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Ryobi 18V One+ Spotlight (Xenon) CXN180G
4.0

4 reviews

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4 reviews
David Engineer
David EngineerSydney Surrounds, NSW
 

Being replaced by a better LED

My xenon bulb has just died (I think - the torch does not work anymore) after buying it in 2014. $43 for a replacement bulb is too expensive given that their LED updated torch for $109 has the same light output and being new, would work.
I'd like Ryobi to provide more technical data (lumen output, bulb life, mass for example) on their packaging. I'd also like longer lasting products (especially their small 2 Ah 18 V batteries) from Ryobi.

All battery powered products should in an ideal world, have the same standardised battery connection so customers can swap between manufacturers. Show details

Damien
DamienMelbs9 posts
 
Geoff
GeoffMurrumbidgee Region, NSW11 posts
 

Consatrated light at 200 metres

Real good spotlight , in comparision to other that have built in batterys have died [ some batterys replaced ] .Others take along time to charge and get there lights going again. The Ryobi 18v Xenon quicke change over is by far beter system . Though a small 5 wat in built bulb would be very handy instead of using the dazering main 18 v Xenon to read close up eg. map. Hand grip balnces well with either 18V batterys. Spotlignht better than other hand held units consotrates light at 200 metres . Quicker recovery time { just swaped batterys}. .

Mynameisdave
MynameisdaveAU3 posts
 

Questions & Answers

John B.
John B.

How do you change the Xenon lamp

John B.
John B.  
sidney.matthews.184
sidney.matthews.184

Is it true that this spotlight overheats and fries the reflector?

Mynameisdave
Mynameisdave  

Mine has never overheated but I've also never left it on for long (10 to 15 minutes tops and usually only a couple). However, I'm not sure whether this xenon HID version is still available. Looks like they've give to an LED version.

Geoff
Geoff  

SOME FAULS FURFY Mine is over a decade in use has had a few long hours swapping over 1pls1 batterys . Still safe for hand!

Sue
Sue

Hi I have a ryobi xenon that won’t stay on it works for about 3 seconds then automatically turns off.. it’s not the battery any ideas...I’m hoping it’s an easy fix for a girl lol
Sue

Graham
Graham  

Hi Sue.mine is doing the same.
Did you find the issue?
Graham

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