Ryobi One+ 18V R18HF-0

Ryobi One+ 18V R18HF-0

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Ryobi One+ 18V R18HF-0
4.9

9 reviews

PositivevsNegative
100% · 90%

Build Quality
4.8
Value for Money
4.6
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.6
Noise Level
4.4
Power
5.0

Reviews

9 reviews
Andrew
AndrewCentral Queensland, QLD255 posts
 
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Shaxpier
ShaxpierSydney, NSW114 posts
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Xxx
XxxSydney, NSW3 posts
 
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Ckerr
CkerrWallan83 posts
 

Ryobi One+ 18V Fan

The Ryobi One+ 18V battery/shore power fan is simply great value.

We keep this fan in our caravan and can use it free ca.ping or when plugged into shore power.

Keeps our caravan nice and cool.

5star! Show details

BMW
BMWWide Bay-Burnett, QLD6 posts
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Great in the car for the dog

We bought this for our fluffy dog for long road trips. Since the air con doesn't always reach him the fan has made a huge difference. He used to look so depressed sitting in the back trying to get air through the middle console, now he sleeps happily for hours. I haven't really used the fan beyond 5 hours each day and would recharge at night, although the battery still had heaps of life left. We didn't get the misting fan as we don't want the dog wet or excessive moisture in the car. Overall it has been great for our needs. Show details
bzerk86
bzerk86Metropolitan Adelaide, SA87 posts
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Should Have Purchased One Years Ago!

This little fan is a great unit. Low speed is quiet and moves a good amount of air. High speed is a bit noisey but moves a surprising amount of air.

My battery life experience with a 4.0ah battery has been:

Low speed, overnight 8-9 hours, 1 bar of battery used.

High speed, all day 10-11 hours, 1 bar of the battery remaining.

Seriously impressed and glad to have this in my collection.

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guacamole
guacamolesydney4 posts
 

Good fan but needs a big battery to be useful for camping

Bought it for a camping trip and added the basic (cheapest) 1.3Ah rechargeable battery. I couldn't find any battery life details before buying so thought I'd share it back now we purchased it. The 1.3Ah battery (purchased separately) yields 5.5 hours of run time on the low setting. We probably need about 4 times that for a weekend of unpowered summer camping.

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THOMO
THOMORichmond-Tweed, NSW20 posts
 

THIS FAN IS TOPS

We do the Markets and it gets very HOT and this is a powerful little fan it has 2 speeds high and low .Both good,you can move the fan to many different angles which is really good feature and it does cool you down.I sweat a lot on hot days and this really helps to keep me cool.

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Mike1978
Mike1978Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC8 posts
 

Questions & Answers

Henry
Henry

Has anyone run their Ryobi 18V fan on 12V, i.e. hooked right to a car battery. Did it seem to work fine or damage the fan?

Shaxpier
Shaxpier  

It's mains or 18v Ryobi battery.............Ozito one does the 12v car option. FWIW the Ryobi seems to have just a little less kick on each setting when battery operated and never tried the 12v option on my Ozito one (reviews elsewhere on it).

Henry
Henry  

I understand that, what I want to do is run it on 12V, I have made an adapter to do so.

Details

CategoryStandalone Fans
Price (RRP) $79
FeaturesTimer
Number of Speed Settings2
Power50 W
TypeFloor
Manufacturer Warranty6 year(s)
ManualDownload manual

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