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RYOBI 18V ONE Cordless Full Size Glue Gun $19.98

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Jun 21, 2019
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Toronto

[Home Depot] RYOBI 18V ONE Cordless Full Size Glue Gun $19.98

on sale for $19.98, original price was $39.99


if you want extra nozzles , HD has 3pc nozzles for this model, but online only,

RYOBI Glue Gun Accessory Nozzles (3-Piece) $19.49

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/ryobi- ... 1001623513
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Sep 16, 2017
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Toronto
got one last year same price. super convenient and useful...
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Feb 15, 2009
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Does it heat up only when you pull the trigger?
Deal Addict
Aug 19, 2005
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Toronto
Good price, had been $24.98 during Ryobi Days for quite a while.

I imagine they’re clearing these out eventually for the new dual-temperature glue guns that have been announced. That new model does have a small but key feature: a fold-out tray to catch glue drips. I find this current model linked by OP drips quite a bit, although I’m not sure if that’s due to the 4 Ah battery I use in it.
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Nov 12, 2014
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Brampton, ON
Bought it at this price last year. Still safely sealed in original packaging. RFD effect. Lol!
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Dec 20, 2004
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Montreal, QC
tatung wrote: Does it heat up only when you pull the trigger?
No.. Look at the picture on the HD site. You will see an on/off switch just behind the trigger, below the LED.
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Feb 11, 2004
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Nepean
tatung wrote: Does it heat up only when you pull the trigger?
No, there is an on/off switch.
Wrocky
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Oct 18, 2020
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Can this take dollar store glue sticks (assuming the correct size) or do you have to buy the expensive glue sticks I'm seeing on the Home Depot website?
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Apr 6, 2013
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FlazhDealz wrote: Can this take dollar store glue sticks (assuming the correct size) or do you have to buy the expensive glue sticks I'm seeing on the Home Depot website?
If they are the full size ones I don't see why not. The glue may not be as good but it should work.
I bought a pack at HD at the time and haven't gone through it all yet. I'll have to check out the dollar store for more when the time comes.
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Sep 16, 2017
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Toronto
FlazhDealz wrote: Can this take dollar store glue sticks (assuming the correct size) or do you have to buy the expensive glue sticks I'm seeing on the Home Depot website?
Get a good one. Do not get them from dollar store. Personally I tried it and threw them to the garbage.
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Dec 10, 2012
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Richmond Hill
best if not only cordless glue gun on the market atm.

I found an old laptop charger and added a generic t connector so that I can use this with any lipo/battery pack and plugged in as well.

Works well, can keep a good amount of glue flowing once it warms up to temp.

I bought at 34 bucks, at 20 I may just pick up a back up.
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Mar 23, 2004
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Sephora wrote: Good price, had been $24.98 during Ryobi Days for quite a while.

I imagine they’re clearing these out eventually for the new dual-temperature glue guns that have been announced. That new model does have a small but key feature: a fold-out tray to catch glue drips. I find this current model linked by OP drips quite a bit, although I’m not sure if that’s due to the 4 Ah battery I use in it.
The new one looks nice but yeah it's way more expensive--$65 USD seems insane by comparison. Will probably be like $80 here when it comes out and I don't think those few extra features are worth 4x the price.
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Aug 19, 2005
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ES_Revenge wrote: The new one looks nice but yeah it's way more expensive--$65 USD seems insane by comparison. Will probably be like $80 here when it comes out and I don't think those few extra features are worth 4x the price.
Agreed!

Managed to “price adjust” from $24.98 to $19.98 today. Rep had put it through as a refund and then a new purchase, and was able to look up the old receipt from my CC.
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Mar 12, 2012
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Belleville
Bought it
Love it
Burned myself, for science! Can confirm it's hot.

I'm a ridgid guy, but love the ryobi variety. I picked up the ryobi grinder during power up (ridgid one has terrible reviews) printed an adapter for my ridgid batteries, and already seeing benefits.
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Mar 23, 2004
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Picked one of these up. I noticed they also have a mini glue gun which has a dock and everything--looks nice but $35. I wonder if that one ever goes on sale? I've actually never had a full size glue gun 'cause they seem huge to me and I don't really see the use compared to just having a mini one. But, at $20 there's not too much complaining to do...except maybe this damn Ryobi packaging :mad: They really ought to jail the guys that decided sealing these so aggressively was a good idea. Like there are may ways to make a clamshell that's easier to open than these Ryobi ones! Same deal with the batteries, same deal with the emergency lantern thing, all these tools/accessories that come in these--so frustrating!

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