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Ryobi One+ R18NL15

Ryobi One+ R18NL15

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    Simon
    SimonCentral Queensland, QLD
    • 4 reviews
    • 8 likes

    This gun is awesome

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    It has lots of power and Ryobi had the option of the 12 volt car charger and 6 ah battery at the best value. This thing has lots of power and packs a punch. It seems to be virtually unbreakable and maintenance free but I guess time will tell.. It's very light weight not even 2 kg but has all the tech the more expensive ones habe

    Purchased in December 2018.

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    Shaun  Marriott
    Shaun MarriottCessnock, NSW
    • 11 reviews
    • 2 likes

    Ryobi Airwave RA-NBS1832-S

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    I recently bought a Ryobi Airwave Air Bard Nailer/Stapler 2 in 1 Model: RA-NBS1832-S for just general work in my garage, this air gun was an excellent choice, it is great for staples and nails, I haven't used it one hardwood yet but has been fantastic in softwood, would highly recommend anyone wanting a budget air gun to have a look at this one.

    Date PurchasedJune 2018
    Mikl
    MiklVictoria
    • 2 reviews
    • 1 like

    Great for the money

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    My 18 year old paslode finishing gun was finally unfixable so I've picked up the Ryobi 15g nailer, it's heavier, bulkier, and slower, but no gas is a big bonus and it is more than half the price of the other green one I would have bought. I bought a 1.5 Ah battery to make it a bit lighter and it does about 3 full clips on a charge into pine which is all I need these days most of the time. Will be interesting to see how long it lasts.

    Date PurchasedApr 2018
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    Wes
    WesAdelaide
    • 9 reviews
    • 9 likes

    Good gun for home use

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    I bought ryobi 18v nail gun skin as I use nail guns all the time but am pulling air hoses in and out and I just wanted something that was easy to use when I have a small job and just want to get it done with out hoses and power.i have given this gun a 4/5 as it is a great gun and very handy for smaller jobs but truly isn't as good as an air gun.takes a little time to reload it's air where an air gun can just shoot continually but it does make it easier .I bought the DA gun for 2 reasons.1 I use DA nails in my other gun so I don't need to buy brads and 2 I hate brad nailers but that's just me.so all up for the home handy man it's a great tool and for the tradies is nice but it's nothing like an air hose gun.happy nailing

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