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[Home Depot] Ryobi One cordless 7 1/4" Circular Saw $67.00 tool only

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[Home Depot] Ryobi One cordless 7 1/4" Circular Saw $67.00 tool only

In store deal only. Tool only. $168 online, $67 in store. Thinking you will need a 4ah battery to get the most out of this saw. I saw this at the Edm S.Common location.
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Great deal. They're all sold out in Ottawa. Also note, it's being replaced with the new brushless 7.5" model.
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Regular price in Mtl, but thx OP. :\
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Total newbie so gimme a bit of a slack here, would this be a good buy for a DIY'er? I'm trying to slowly build up some common tools for home use and have started with the Ryobi grass trimmer/blower combo when we bought our new house. What other tools should be a must buy for home use.
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Snowdawg2002 wrote: In store deal only. Tool only. $168 online, $67 in store. Thinking you will need a 4ah battery to get the most out of this saw. I saw this at the Edm S.Common location. Same price as the 6.5" circular saw.
EarthViews wrote: Great deal. They're all sold out in Ottawa. Also note, it's being replaced with the new brushless 7.5" model.
animous wrote: Regular price in Mtl, but thx OP. :\
For those interested in the brushless saw, and the other brushless tools, it may be worth keeping an eye on the clearance tables and shelf tags for these products. Back in 2019, I noticed a similar markdown on the P508 circular saw, P423 brushless angle grinder, P517 reciprocating saw and P450 brushless belt sander. I was able to get all of those for $67.20 each; it took a bit of checking the tables and aisles, along with the stock-check website and asking HD employees to check their internal computer system's pricing and stock levels.
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No luck here Crying Face ..but Thanks for Posting...
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desertdeal wrote: Total newbie so gimme a bit of a slack here, would this be a good buy for a DIY'er? I'm trying to slowly build up some common tools for home use and have started with the Ryobi grass trimmer/blower combo when we bought our new house. What other tools should be a must buy for home use.
Yes, definitely. Made this last summer with circular saw, nails and hammer out of old kitchen cabinet pieces. Having a brad nailer would have made putting the pieces together easier though, looking out for a sale on that.
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Snowdawg2002 wrote: Thinking you will need a 4ah battery to get the most out of this saw.
I've had this saw for a few years, it was a bonus with the drill/driver kit. Initially used it on the 1.3 ah batteries that came with the kit... was good enough from morning till about lunch cutting mostly 2x4's and some 2x6's on 1 battery building a shed. Note: I didn't cut non stop for 4 hours, just here and there as needed.

I got a 4ah hp+ over the years which works with the brushless tools better but I wouldn't say the hp+ or extra ah's have made it cut any better, just longer between charges.
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Oos @ all the stores close to me... That is a very hot price indeed.
I am eyeing the 6 1/2 one for almost the same price, don't really needed but still like to get it.
Oh well too bad so sad.
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desertdeal wrote: Total newbie so gimme a bit of a slack here, would this be a good buy for a DIY'er? I'm trying to slowly build up some common tools for home use and have started with the Ryobi grass trimmer/blower combo when we bought our new house. What other tools should be a must buy for home use.
Absolutely.

But think of this - the Brushless has blade on the left of the handle, and the regular has the blade on the right. I'm right handed - and the brushless was annoying to get working with. Had to change by brain from using my "left handed" saw (holding speed square with left hand - cutting with right. etc..)
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It the default saw blade good enough for cutting wooden floor pieces? or I need to buy a notherblade with more teeth ?
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ogloprfd wrote: It the default saw blade good enough for cutting wooden floor pieces? or I need to buy a notherblade with more teeth ?
The saw is good for basic home stuff. If you need to cut pressure treated wood or 4x4, I don't recommend it.
Get a better blade, diablo 40teeth works great with this saw.
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timontario wrote: Absolutely.

But think of this - the Brushless has blade on the left of the handle, and the regular has the blade on the right. I'm right handed - and the brushless was annoying to get working with. Had to change by brain from using my "left handed" saw (holding speed square with left hand - cutting with right. etc..)
That's a good point to consider as well, thanks.
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ogloprfd wrote: It the default saw blade good enough for cutting wooden floor pieces? or I need to buy a notherblade with more teeth ?
I recently cut out a maple plank from the middle of the room that had cracked and it worked fine and cut cleanly, but I was cutting with the grain. I haven't tried against the grain, but as long as it's sharp, it should be fine. In any case the cutoffs are probably under a baseboard, no?

General comment, obviously the blade guard is plastic (it's transparent), but the upper casing is also plastic, just painted grey and i don't think this saw will last very long with abuse. Also, the main plate is a bit flimsy, so don't expect to get the most precise cuts. That being said, I picked this up on clearance (at Pointe-Claire a few months back), and definitely can't complain for the price. It has a lot more power than the brushed version I used in the past.

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