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[Home Depot] Ryobi 18V ONE+ Cordless Stick Vacuum with Battery and Charger - $118.40 (YMMV)

This was vacuum was posted at the beginning of June [Home Depot] $198 -- RYOBI 18V ONE+ Cordless Stick Vacuum with Battery and Charger for $198. I picked one up then.

I found it today in Home Depot Bracebridge (about 7 on stock according to stock track and their system) and they were discounted on the shelf to $148 from the original $248. Stacking the Ryobi days 20% (see other thread) it brought it down to $118.40. One will be going back on the original receipt shortly.

Overall stock is limited at stores but if you can find it they might have them marked down to the $148.

It's no wonder vac but we love it for around the cottage for quick and easy cleaning. The 4AH battery is a nice bonus.
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That's a great price for the old model and worth the flaws.

The new one (P7181K) has these improvements:
  • Prefilter screen to extend filter life
  • Slightly stronger motor (70k vs 60krpm)
  • Roller can be turned off
  • Larger roller bar
  • 8x faster charging
I have the new version. It's a good vacuum if you're in the Ryobi ecosystem otherwise you'll like a Dyson more. It's a bit heavy and the roller swivel is too loose to vacuum in a smooth S pattern. Asides from that, it's a pretty good vacuum.
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441278904 wrote: That's a great price for the old model and worth the flaws.

The new one (P7181K) has these improvements:
  • Prefilter screen to extend filter life
  • Slightly stronger motor (70k vs 60krpm)
  • Roller can be turned off
  • Larger roller bar
  • 8x faster charging
I have the new version. It's a good vacuum if you're in the Ryobi ecosystem otherwise you'll like a Dyson more. It's a bit heavy and the roller swivel is too loose to vacuum in a smooth S pattern. Asides from that, it's a pretty good vacuum.
I think some of this was discussed in the other thread. The one I picked up has the removable/washable pre-filter.

Beyond that, there is a new model that does offer more but for the price difference there's likely no comparison.
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441278904 wrote: That's a great price for the old model and worth the flaws.

The new one (P7181K) has these improvements:
  • Prefilter screen to extend filter life
  • Slightly stronger motor (70k vs 60krpm)
  • Roller can be turned off
  • Larger roller bar
  • 8x faster charging
I have the new version. It's a good vacuum if you're in the Ryobi ecosystem otherwise you'll like a Dyson more. It's a bit heavy and the roller swivel is too loose to vacuum in a smooth S pattern. Asides from that, it's a pretty good vacuum.
Another improvement is changing the battery location so there's lot less torque on your hand.
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Another problem with the p718k is that the the rollerbrush bar is not removable for cleaning. The revised p7181k has a removable brush.

I picked up the Ryobi to replace my piece of crap Dyson v6. Neither vacuums are perfect but the Ryobi is much cheaper and has a better warranty so it's harder to complain about it.
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441278904 wrote: That's a great price for the old model and worth the flaws.

The new one (P7181K) has these improvements:
  • Prefilter screen to extend filter life
  • Slightly stronger motor (70k vs 60krpm)
  • Roller can be turned off
  • Larger roller bar
  • 8x faster charging
I have the new version. It's a good vacuum if you're in the Ryobi ecosystem otherwise you'll like a Dyson more. It's a bit heavy and the roller swivel is too loose to vacuum in a smooth S pattern. Asides from that, it's a pretty good vacuum.
I went and bought the p718k in store for its clearance price of $118(coupon), but I am really not convinced I'll keep it. I used it on just my stairs and upper floor and the roller bar (not removable) was full of pet hair, so much so that I felt it was not effective after dumping the bin and trying to clean the basement. I was hopeful, but if I have to clean the roller bar every time I'm done using it that's a no go when it's not that easy to do.

Not recommended for pet owners, even as a supplemental vacuum (my intention was to use my big ol' Dyson animal ball for the main floor, and have this little guy do stairs and places that it's a pita to haul the Dyson to).

I am a bit curious if the newer head would be compatible with the old stick, but I realized I should probably just buy one of the Shark pet vacuums with the unjammable heads...
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1)damn, this comes with 18v one+ 4ah battery that i can use with my drill and impact driver right? one for all fit? tia
2) does it have attachment for car use? thx
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mikka2017 wrote: 1)damn, this comes with 18v one+ 4ah battery that i can use with my drill and impact driver right? one for all fit? tia
2) does it have attachment for car use? thx
1. Yes.
2. You remove the long tube and it becomes portable.
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mikka2017 wrote: 1)damn, this comes with 18v one+ 4ah battery that i can use with my drill and impact driver right? one for all fit? tia
2) does it have attachment for car use? thx
CaptainCrash wrote: 1. Yes.
2. You remove the long tube and it becomes portable.
Yes, 4AH.

This vacuum donate it's 4AH to my other tools and has been relegated to swapping 1.3AH batteries if absolutely needed. It's evercharge and used in a 700sqft cottage so it works just fine.
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Stranger wrote: Yes, 4AH.

This vacuum donate it's 4AH to my other tools and has been relegated to swapping 1.3AH batteries if absolutely needed. It's evercharge and used in a 700sqft cottage so it works just fine.
Interesting. So the 1.3 ah batteries would likely get me through my 600 sq ft basement? Would feel much lighter without the 4ah on it.
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CaptainCrash wrote: Interesting. So the 1.3 ah batteries would likely get me through my 600 sq ft basement? Would feel much lighter without the 4ah on it.
I would say so and that's how we do it. Really depends how long you're running the vacuum.
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Dunno if that's an improvement in battery location .. changes from a suitcase grip to a pistol grip. For reference a 4ah battery is 1.5lbs. old handle placement forces more of a hold from above
position, definitely works out the forearms.
canoek wrote: Another improvement is changing the battery location so there's lot less torque on your hand.
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It's $148 online now.... The 718K model.
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Dead deal since coupon is no more... how does it perform? I might be interested even at 148
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hakira wrote: I went and bought the p718k in store for its clearance price of $118(coupon), but I am really not convinced I'll keep it. I used it on just my stairs and upper floor and the roller bar (not removable) was full of pet hair, so much so that I felt it was not effective after dumping the bin and trying to clean the basement. I was hopeful, but if I have to clean the roller bar every time I'm done using it that's a no go when it's not that easy to do.

Not recommended for pet owners, even as a supplemental vacuum (my intention was to use my big ol' Dyson animal ball for the main floor, and have this little guy do stairs and places that it's a pita to haul the Dyson to).

I am a bit curious if the newer head would be compatible with the old stick, but I realized I should probably just buy one of the Shark pet vacuums with the unjammable heads...
Sounds like you’re in the same vote as me.

I like it. It’s nice. But not being able to turn off the beater brush combined with the weight combined with the inability to remove the bar - the negatives just add up. I LOVE being able to take the brush head off and plug it into the main unit, doing the stairs is a dream that way, but it’s not enough. Also I’m an idiot and forgot about the coupon.

Costco has a sale on Miele c3 excellence so I was like screw it, why am I cheaping out, why not just buy one and be done with it that will do my whole house. One vacuum. One price. Sure it’s expensive but I’m also sure my ear holes will thank me. This is not a quiet vacuum.
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andsoitgoes wrote: Sounds like you’re in the same vote as me.

I like it. It’s nice. But not being able to turn off the beater brush combined with the weight combined with the inability to remove the bar - the negatives just add up. I LOVE being able to take the brush head off and plug it into the main unit, doing the stairs is a dream that way, but it’s not enough. Also I’m an idiot and forgot about the coupon.

Costco has a sale on Miele c3 excellence so I was like screw it, why am I cheaping out, why not just buy one and be done with it that will do my whole house. One vacuum. One price. Sure it’s expensive but I’m also sure my ear holes will thank me. This is not a quiet vacuum.
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The P718K on clearance price $99.20 now , for those bought before can bring the receipt for price adjustment , I just did it this morning

18V ONE+ Cordless Stick Vacuum with Battery and Charger

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