Ryobi R18CS7-0 ONE+ 18V Cordless Brushless Circular Saw (Body Only)

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Ryobi R18CS7-0 ONE+ 18V Cordless Brushless Circular Saw (Body Only)
Ryobi R18CS7-0 ONE+ 18V Cordless Brushless Circular Saw (Body Only)


  • Brushless motor is electronically-controlled to optimize efficiency for up to 40% more run time per charge.
  • 55mm depth of cut for cutting sheet material, work tops and construction timber.
  • 185mm 24TCT blade for impressive cut depths
  • E-control for constant cutting speed throughout the cut.
  • Powerful brushless motor for an excellent performance and AC feel.

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Specification: Ryobi R18CS7-0 ONE+ 18V Cordless Brushless Circular Saw (Body Only)


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Product Dimensions

‎35.3 x 207 x 286 cm, 3.93 Kilograms


‎1 Lithium ion batteries required.

Item model number




Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎18 Volts


‎200 watts

Item Package Quantity


Number Of Pieces


Measurement System


Included Components

‎Circular Saw, Circular Saw blade

Batteries included


Batteries Required


Item Weight

‎3.93 kg

Reviews (6)

6 reviews for Ryobi R18CS7-0 ONE+ 18V Cordless Brushless Circular Saw (Body Only)

4.8 out of 5
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  1. James

    This is the around the 20th tool that I have in the +one collection. I am used to using corded circular saws so I noticed a substantial drop in power when using this cordless one. However, if you take your time and have a full charge in you batteries it can get the job done. I bought this to cut melamine panels for our new kitchen that I was installing and for a pair of gates I wanted to build (Lockdown Projects). I didn’t want the hassle of extension leads etc. I bought a new blade and put the factory supplied one in the drawer. Gave a good cut so have no complaints. Not sure how it would fair with thicker hardwoods but definitely has it’s uses. Top tip is only use a fully charged blade to avoid cut-out on longer rip cuts.

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  2. PaulW

    I needed to take 8mm off the bottom of a new oak door and my hand-sawing skills leave something to be desired, so it was time for another Ryobi tool for my increasing stock of ’em. I cost justify the expense by what it saves me in having to employ someone to do the job for me; I get the satisfaction of completing the work myself, save money and end up with a useful tool after the job is done. I carefully marked up the 8mm line on the door, made sure my work area was stable, well lit and comfortable to use….. I made a practice cut on a spare piece of wood (dead easy to use) and then with my heart in my mouth made the cut on my £190 door…. it had to go right! The cut was easy, the saw was simple to guide along the line and the cut was really smooth, no splinters or jagged bits. So, for me the expense was really worthwhile. Would a cheaper saw have done the job…. who cares…. I can use my existing Ryobi batteries and I am typically brand loyal if I judge the products effective.

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  3. Correl

    I have another brand circular saw that this saw just totally outclassed, the other brand is 18v lithium as well, however the ryobi has a bigger cutting blade and feels better built. When you use them the ryobi motor just has power!, unstoppable is the best was to explain it. I have demoted the other brand saw to my kick around saw one for when I’m cutting where detail doesnt matter. I use 5ah batteries on the ryobi saw and it doesn’t eat the battery either again unlike the other saw. I have yet to have the ryobi saw stop while cutting. The other one will stop at the slightest pinch to the blade and it cuts out. Now I have got to the end of this review I will tell you the other brand was Stantey Fatmax with its 4ah battery.

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  4. BadGene

    Refitted a kitchen recently, laying a new floor and making the required rips for that, trimming doors, installing some stud walling.
    This for the long cuts, a sliding mitre saw (also Ryobi) for the lateral cuts and a jig saw and multitool for anything fiddly.
    Seen some reviews that this saw won’t cut, that it binds, blade won’t turn – the blade has to be locked in hard, using the clutch lock button and a strong turn on the allen key. Just holding the blade, turning the key and hoping isn’t going to work.
    Took the bottom off an old door, left an edge so smooth you’d think it had been planed. And went through it like butter. I bought the ryobi finer toothed blade which fits this unit, less depth but less chance of ripping the veneer off laminate. Lovely job, quick, effective and powerful. Very pleased.

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  5. dataylor

    I’m a DIYer and wasn’t too sure about skills sufficient to use the Saw without messing things up.

    There are plenty of Youtube videos that can help you through this and more importantly the additional tools that you need in order to make the thing easier to use – in particular a roofers square and clamps. At some stage I will make my own guide rail.

    So, in terms of being able to review this based on my knowledge is quite difficult. All I can say is that I successfully managed to use the Saw on a number of different woods and lengths and it worked extremely well. I have bought into the Ryobi One plus system and in this I have both 5.0 and 4.0 batteries – i used the 5.0 battery mostly and had no issues with the thing jamming – as some reviewers on here have stated.

    The blade that comes with the device is sharp and I assume general purpose and did the job well.

    Without this device I would have needed to use a jigsaw – not great for long runs – but the accuracy and ease of use it gave me as…

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  6. Jem

    First off let me say, this product is totally 100% brilliant. Light enough, power in spades (when using the 6ah battery) , and a quality made product.
    BUT……it arrived without a blade and I had booked in a days work where i needed to use this, so was mighty miffed.
    That also indicated to me that the product had been opened and was a return (had pencil writing in box too), but open close inspection , it hadn’t been used.
    Amazon took ages to respond on their chat and eventually said ‘sorry, we can offer you £14 as a gesture of goodwill” I pointed out that a blade costs £20 and after almost an hour I eventually got a discount that covered my blade and then a bit more for inconvenience.
    But, it then took another day for blade to arrive and pushed back my work by a day, and all for a £5 gift voucher as a gesture of goodwill.
    Amazon have done similar things to me before and they really do take the biscuit.
    In short – their promise of 1 day delivery etc are worthless if you either don’t get…

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