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Ryobi 18V ONE+ (Tools Only): Power File $116 / Heat Gun $102 (Were $149ea) @ Bunnings


Ryobi 18V ONE+ Power File - Tool Only $116 (Was $149) @ Bunnings

Was $149 this morning.
From the Bunnings website:

  • Variable speed to effectively sand a wide range of materials
  • Lock-on button to prevent user fatigue
  • Tool-less tension locking for quick belt fitting and adjustments

Take all the effort out of finishing your project with the RYOBI 18V ONE+ Power File. This handy tool takes almost none of the elbow grease required to power old-fashioned files. Simply set the variable speed control to file as fast as you’d like, and watch as your project takes shape. You can even lock the throttle, to reduce the effort needed to keep it running. And with all the power and flexibility of the RYOBI ONE+ range, you can power this tool with any ONE+ Battery and Charger you already own. For the simplest solution to filing, add the RYOBI 18V ONE+ Power File to your toolbox today.

Ryobi 18V ONE+ Heat Gun - Tool Only $102 (Was $149) @ Bunnings

Was $149 this morning
From the Bunnings website:

  • Compact and lightweight for easy use and transportation
  • LED worklight increases visibility
  • TPR grip also slows warming and drying, so the compound remains usable for longer

Strip and dry small surface areas of paint, bend plastic, remove vinyl stickers, soften adhesives, and complete plenty of other DIY tasks around your home with a RYOBI 18V ONE+ Heat Gun.

It comes with four nozzles (reflector, spreader, 2 x concentrated) for various applications. Use it to repair sun damage in your car, add decorative burning treatments to your timber furniture, shrink-tube electrical cables (heat shrinking), tint windows (film shrinking), and more.

This cordless heat gun is lightweight and compact, which means it’s easy to take wherever it’s needed. It also has an LED worklight, so you can use it in dim areas (like inside cupboards or under your vehicle).

The RYOBI 18V ONE+ Heat Gun can run for up to 15 minutes on a 5.0Ah battery and reach a heating temperature of 460°C. It’s compatible with all RYOBI ONE+ batteries. Pick one up to experience its convenience and versatility for yourself.

Other Ryobi 18V One+ deals at Bunnings:
Ryobi One+ 18V Corner Sander - Skin Only $55 (Was $89.98)
Ryobi 18V One+ Brushless Angle Grinder (Skin Only) $153
Ryobi 18V One+ Brushless Jigsaw (Tool Only) $159 (Was $229)

This is part of Father's Day deals for 2020.

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  • +9

    Brushless Jigsaw also on sale $159 (down from $229)


  • +8

    Perfect, in this lockdown my toe nails have grown out of control.

  • +1

    The corner/detail sander is about half price as well at $55. Absolute bargain

  • Heat gun + Marshmallows = ?

  • Didn't realise they'd even bother to make 18V cordless heat guns given how much power it takes. But they did … all 15 minutes operating time on a huge 5Ah battery lol

    Turns out Ozito have one too with a little less grunt

    I have been tempted to get a heat gun for things like making use of some leftover PVC pipe, but probably stick to corded lol.

    • +1


      • Sounds like a good way to cook an expensive battery.

        • How would you cook the battery? By using the heat gun?

  • +2

    Can anyone tell me how I can tell what has been reduced in e ryobi range and what hasn’t? It doesn’t say on the bunnings site !

  • What if you bought a few tools last weekend, have opened them and used, and now they are cheaper? Looks like I could have saved quite a bit $$$. Any protection here?

    • +5

      Probably easiest to just buy again, then return with the old high price receipt.

  • Hi OP, have you seen any car polishers for sale? If you see any can you please let me know? thanks

  • Looks like the Brushless Angle Grinder is also a good deal for $153, down from $219

  • +5

    a few more to add - thanks Price Hipster
    * Corner Sander $90 —> $55
    * Brushless Hammer Drill Driver $169 —> $142
    * Cordless Stapler $169 —> $147

  • Anyone know the difference between these 2 jigsaws? jigsaw 1 and jigsaw 2

    • +1

      hey mate, Jigsaw 2 is brushless get that one if you are tossing up between the two. Uses magnets and generally just performs better. If $120 is all you want to spend and it's only for odd jobs, get Jigsaw 1 and you won't be disappointed.

  • Apologies for the dumb question but what would you use a power file for? I’ve never seen one being used before. To my eye it looks like it’s just a different-shaped detail sander.

    • by the looks of it, probably takes more off…i'd almost see it as a portable belt sander.

    • +2

      I used to have one and mostly used it to clean up welds in internal corners/hard to reach places

    • They especially good for cleaning welds on pipe/tube as well.

  • Poor me, started 6 months ago buying ryobi and now is like lego… collection even if i dont use them at all XD

  • Got one, thanks. Could have used one on my last project to clean up some box joints.

  • Power file back to $149

    • Still saw all these products discounted in store today at Lidcombe NSW

      • Interesting. All online prices were back to original full RRP

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