February 03, 2018
Packed in the box is the Ryobi Sweeper itself and the attaching handle. Super easy to assemble. No real work necessary........this time.
I am a huge fan of any type of tool that I can operate without having to use any instructions, so maybe I am bias but using this devour sweeper was really easy. When seeeping I noticed that it’s better to place whatever your sweeping directly in the middle for the best sweep.
When powering on the Ryobi sweeper , I tried lightly pressing the power button but it works better with a hard kick or hard push.
The Ryobi devour sweeper is equipped with a 4.5 Gal. tub capacity and you get over 2 hours of runtime when you use a RYOBI P108 battery, powerful sweeping and long runtime, you can't beat that.
I also love that the power switch is conveniently located where you can use your foot to power it on and a rear-height adjustment knob for use on various terrain levels.
Additionally, the LED headlights provide improved visibility for a number of applications, and the adjustable, pivoting handle and rubber feet provide optimal ergonomic and compact storage.
With any tool, you have to have a place to put it and I'm so glad Ryobi created a way to make this devour sweeper easy to store. Luckily, I had the perfect spot for it.
The only thing I noticed that could be an issue is the fact that the Ryobi sweeper blows out air on the outsides, I noticed this when sweeping up huge amounts of sawdust. I don’t think this would be a problem for wood chunks or garbage but for sawdust if that blow out could somehow be minimized, I think it would make the tool that much better.
Thanks for reading guys!
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