Ryobi 18-Volt Stick Vacuum Cleaner REVIEW! P718K

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Ryobi 18-Volt ONE+ Stick Vacuum Cleaner

Conveniently cordless for ease of use

Enhanced electronics for maximum power and runtime

Part of the RYOBI ONE+ family of over 100 products

Introducing the innovation from Ryobi, the 18-Volt ONE+ Stick Vacuum. Enjoy hassle-free cleaning with the cordless convenience of Ryobi ONE+. The lightweight design allows you to reach high corners and surfaces, and the large, angled dust cup allows for easy emptying and dust removal. technology means your vacuum is charged and ready to clean when you are and the brushless internal motor gives you powerful suction with every clean. This vacuum features and High and low setting, giving you the power to choose how much or how little suction you need for the job. Accessories included are a crevice tool, dust brush, charging mount with accessory storage and P108 Ryobi Battery. The 18-Volt ONE+ Vacuum is part of the Ryobi ONE+ battery family of over 100 products.

Hassle-free cleaning with cordless convenience

Lightweight design for ease of reach to high corners and surfaces

Large, angled dust cup with bottom release for no-mess emptying and easy removal from unit

Charges and remains charged with Evercharge technology

Powerful performance and extended life span with Brushless technology

Features a High and Low switch with lock-on capability

Mount features convenient accessory storage

Compatible with all Ryobi ONE+ Batteries and Chargers as part of the Ryobi ONE+ lineup of over 100 products


The Yard Hero says:

That is awesome I love ryobi I’m looking at the ryobi fan right now

Tomorrow's Tools says:

It’s very sucky!

Cheng Liu says:

I wonder when or if other tool companies like Milwaukee, Dewalt, Makita et. al will produce a competitor to this.

alan j Hornung says:

Great Vacuum Review  how dose it Work with 6 and 3 Battery !

Richard Garner says:

Trz the ryobi brushless stick vacuum is more powerful than my Dyson v6 absolutely

D-C -G says:

My wife wants that vacuum for the house. Does it do well on tile?

KONAMAN Studio says:

Oh I’m sorry I forgot something take care of your wife and kids okay dude and go home and eat when you guys do that thing again Vince that he’s not the only one who can do tool reviews practice putting screws into your bits alright dude take care

Renaissance Man says:

Really? Everyone??? When has Garner become the voice for the masses????

KosmicHaynerRacingTeam says:

I’ve heard the dyson stick still kicks the crap put of this thing in real world sucking. Only problem is that dyson is more money, can’t switch out batteries and the battery doesn’t last all that long.

Dan Soderholm says:

That’s pretty cool. Will it handle some shop vac duty or is it not made at alll for that

Cheng Liu says:

Will using a larger battery (i.e. the 9 aH one) effect the balance of this thing?

VCG Construction says:

Nice look, that Ryobi really sucks!!

KONAMAN Studio says:

That’s a cool little kit there do they work in the car too or do you have to use the one can you put the brush attachment right to the motor so if you got like a Ariana van you can just vacuum up easy

Richard Garner says:

Trz the ryobi pool vacuum has the evercharge dock for it to

Trey Jones says:

I really wish Ridgid would step up their accessory game! This things seems awesome

essinem4130 says:

I bought this thing when it first came out. Being brushless and how much power it had and along with the fact that it has powered carpet brush (also brushless motor) I was quite optimistic. Unfortunately it didn’t work out for my application.

It has a couple fatal flaws, at least in my case. First is the filter and canister layout. I have 2 dogs, one of which sheds a lot and has fairly long, thin hair. All of the hair ends up encasing the filter, none ends up down in the bottom of the canister and its performance falls off rapidly. If I used it in an area that had no pet hair, it worked okay but any lighter debris also ends up sticking to the filter and clogging it well before the canister is even remotely full.

The 2nd flaw is that the only place I found replacement filters was directly through Ryobi. They are not outrageously expensive, but it is not worth the hassle for me.

Ryobi could have really hit one out of the park with this thing based on its vacuum performance and the powered (and quite powerful) carpet beater if they had integrated a simple cyclonic function into the canister which channeled the debris down toward the bottom. As is, I couldn’t justify the amount of time I was spending cleaning hair and whatnot from the filter. I ended up taking it apart and salvaged the guts and made a cordless One+ vacuum out of a small Makita systainer I had.

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