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Ryobi R18RW3-0 ONE+ Cordless 3/8″ Ratchet Wrench (Bare Tool), 18 V

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Ryobi R18RW3-0 ONE+ Cordless 3/8″ Ratchet Wrench (Bare Tool), 18 V
Ryobi R18RW3-0 ONE+ Cordless 3/8″ Ratchet Wrench (Bare Tool), 18 V

Description

  • Ideal for fastening or loosening bolts in tight applications such as car and motorbike maintenance
  • A large paddle switch provides better ergonomics with easy actuation for user convenience
  • A 3/8” square drive with detent pin provides secure fitment of sockets and extensions for confined spaces
  • Extension socket included and can be stored onboard the tool
  • This tool is sold as a ‘Bare’ Tool (without a battery or charger) and is compatible with all batteries and chargers across the 18V ONE+ system of tools for the home and garden.

Additional information

Specification: Ryobi R18RW3-0 ONE+ Cordless 3/8″ Ratchet Wrench (Bare Tool), 18 V

Manufacturer

Part Number

Package Dimensions

‎31.6 x 13.7 x 9.1 cm, 1.27 Kilograms

Item model number

‎R18RW3-0

Voltage

‎18 Volts

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Head Style

‎Fixed Square

Included Components

‎1x Ratchet Wrench, 1x extension socket

Batteries included

‎No

Batteries Required

‎Yes

Item Weight

‎1.27 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Ryobi R18RW3-0 ONE+ Cordless 3/8″ Ratchet Wrench (Bare Tool), 18 V

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  1. BadGene

    One of the reasons I started buying Ryobi tools was seeing this (or a previous version of it) featured heavily in an Australian youtube car channel. However it’s taken until late 2020 to get this released in the UK.

    Pros:
    Rotatable head
    Plenty of power
    Intuitive to use

    Cons:
    Hampered by needing to fit the One+ battery, rather than a slimline form battery which other brands do for low power requirement tools – if you look at the pictures you’ll see the battery jutting forward of the drive head. So for some jobs you’ll either need to rotate the head or use the enclosed adaptor.
    Getting the socket off the drive shaft can be a bit of a pain, possibly due to the socket type I was having to use.
    It’s a 3/8″ drive, but all my impact sockets (for R18IW3-0) are 1/2″, necessitating using an adaptor (extra length from nut to drive) or buying more sockets, or using whatever 3/8″ sockets I’ve already got. It’s a minor gripe but a 1/2″ slim profile adaptor would have been a nice inclusion in the box….

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  2. nomiS

    A very handy tool in my ryobi collection.
    Saves loads of time removing and refitting nuts and bolts and is very useful where space for swinging a ratchet is tight.

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  3. Andrew Park

    I bought this in addition to my existing impact wrench and drill from ryobi, its very handy for working on cars when putting parts back together.
    It’s a lot quicker than using hand tools, more flexible with where you can get it into vs the impact wrench and without fear of over torqueing/ stripping threads either due to the low max torque.
    Very controllable speed with the trigger.
    The adjustable head means you can get it almost everywhere , about 90% of the places you can with hand tools.
    It’s so good, that my friend who’s a massive DeWalt fan decided to buy one because dewalt don’t make one.
    Quite expensive, but you get what you pay for.
    Paid £92, so about double what some companies online are quoting, but no questions over quality so I’m happy with the price paid.

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  4. Andrew L.

    DeWalt don’t make a cordless rachet so I bought this and a battery adaptor.

    This ratchet is well made with a 360 degree head so the battery bulge doesn’t get in the way as much, although I have knocked a star off because the way the battery mounts means it is not as easy to use it placed of limited access compared to cordless ratchets with pencil type batteries.

    With a claimed 60Nm I can well believe this as it really grabs when fully tightened, so much so that you can lose grip if not ready for it.

    Recommended for anyone with existing Ryobi One tools.

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  5. opifi

    Bought for one job on a car but used for loads since even bolted together metal pergola.

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  6. Jade Cawkwell

    I bought this for my partners for his birthday. And he loves it. It’s a great bit of kit for the money you pay. I only issue wasn’t it didn’t come with a battery. Which was fine as we had one but would have being better if it came with one as he has to keep swapping with his other ryobi tools. But all in all I would defiantly recommend this product and would buy it again in the future.

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  7. geoffrey

    This ratchet wrench is bril for every motor fitter and with the 360 swivel head you can not go wrong

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  8. Dr Nom

    I like Ryobi tools, I actually prefer them to my Dewalt and Makita equivalents except for this “multi tool”.

    The power head appears to be seated at a slight angle, such that when you fit a cutting blade it does not align centrally.

    It may be because of the above that the supplied blades cut poorly, I need to buy an after market blade set to check.

    Sadly, the first Ryobi tool I cannot recommend.

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