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New Ryobi One+ tools that pair perfectly with a Badaptor

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Badaptor hanging from xmas tree ready for use on new ryobi tools

Ryobi continues to add to their One+ collection on a regular basis, producing an array of new tools that can benefit the day-to-day lives of many DIYers. So we thought we’d take a look at some of our favourites from the last six months, that pair nicely with a Badaptor.

Magnifying Clamp Light

We think Ryobi’s new magnifying light is a must for DIYers who frequently work with more complex crafts and components, as it allows you to work hands-free in a well-lit area with increased precision.

The tool features a bright LED light that can emit up to 500 lumens, more than enough to illuminate any work area, along with a 2.25x magnifying lens with a 5x spot magnification area for when finer detail is needed. The light also includes a 38-mm clamp for secure attachment to any workbench or table.

The light is also extremely energy efficient, lasting up to 19 hours on a single charge when paired with a standard 4.0 Ah 18V battery, and for less than £45 for the bare tool, it’s also great value for money when compared to other comparable work lights.

Stick Vacuum

We love a good vacuum at Badaptor, and Ryobi has recently upgraded their range with a whole raft of new stick vacuum cleaners, including some brushed and brushless variants (see our recent brushed or brushless tools blog for more information on how these both work).

Designed for cleaning carpets, upholstery, and wooden floors, all Ryobi stick vacuums are lightweight and portable, enabling users to clean all around the house without straining muscles or dragging around bulky equipment.

The brushed vacuum has around 30 air watts of suction, with the brushless version having around 90 watts, according to Ryobi. Both are more than enough to deal with any dirt and debris around the house and as an added bonus, both include HEPA 12 filtration to capture any harmful or reactive particles such as pollen, fungal spores, bacteria etc.

Starting at around £200 for the brushed variant, both stick vacs are frequently on sale, so it’s worth looking around to find the best deal.

Debris Sweeper

This is a slightly more expensive tool for in and around the house, but it can be extremely useful for cleaning up large areas such as driveways, patios, and garages prone to constant mess.

Debris sweepers are like outdoor vacuum cleaners, designed for large objects and messes. The two large brushes help push any mess into the 17-litre container, making the cleaning process much faster than using a traditional vacuum cleaner. The container also features an easy clip-in mechanism, making disposal simple and efficient.

The debris sweeper is again more energy efficient than regular vacuums, lasting up to 200 minutes on a single charge when used with a standard 18V 5.0 Ah battery.

 

If you’re looking to save some money and not continually buy new batteries with new tools, a Badaptor is the answer. A Badaptor allows you to use your 18V battery from DeWalt, Makita, Milwaukee, Bosch Professional, Ridgid, AEG, or Metabo CAS with the entire range of Ryobi One+ tools. Get yours today at badaptor.com.

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