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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18V hybrid fan $29.88 (bare tool)

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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18V hybrid fan $29.88 (bare tool)

Home Depot has 18V Ryobi hybrid fans on sale for $29.88 (regular price $54.98). Model number P3320.
I'd rather have Ridgid, but for the price, it should do. We'll see if it can keep the bugs away
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Ordered. Thanks OP!
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I have this fan. Good deal as long as you have the batteries. You can also plug in a cord if you need extended usage. Pretty durable. Spotted two at the Morningside/401 Home Depot in their clearance section.
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I have the version that was made by Ryobi under the Artic Cool brand which included a hose for water and spary nozzles. It's great for when working outdoors. overall good fan too.
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I have a 3D printed adapter to use my Bosch batteries with Ryobi stuff. Lets me get lots of cheap stuff where I don’t gave the same quality need
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Dec 29, 2007
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I was looking at these last summer but at this price I pulled the trigger. Thanks OP
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Was hoping for the Dewalt version, but can't beat that Ryobi price. Thanks OP
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Mar 30, 2005
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You can buy a dewalt to ryobi adapter on ebay for 25 bucks, which is what I did and have mixed dewalt and ryobi tools, sticking now to dewalt batteries. Oh Ryobi and your batteries, why play so many honest people that way?
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Bought the Ryobi fan. Thanks OP!

Anyone test how long it lasts on the basic P102 batteries?
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Grabbed one. More powerful than I thought.
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Ericwebber wrote:
May 21st, 2019 4:28 pm
I have a 3D printed adapter to use my Bosch batteries with Ryobi stuff. Lets me get lots of cheap stuff where I don’t gave the same quality need
I use Ridgid batteries that came with another tool kit. Lifetime warranty :)
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May 17, 2019
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I picked 1 up last week. After running for 10hrs my 9ah battery was down less then 1 bar
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This fan blows. I already have a ridgid that sucks.
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Picked you two, now I'm the biggest fan hog in the house. It is nice and portable and I love how it has 2 speeds.

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