The RYOBI 18V ONE+™ Compact Radio with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology is a must have addition to your ONE+™ tool collection. The ONE+ Compact Radio has many convenient features including the ability to charge smartphone devices and provides durability on the jobsite or at home while delivering crisp sound quality. Its value is unparalleled in the power tool industry with integrated Bluetooth® Wireless Technology at a retail offering of $39.97. The RYOBI 18V ONE+™ Compact Radio with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology works with any 18V ONE+ battery (sold separately) and is a part of the ONE+™ System of over 50 great tools that all work with the same 18V battery platform.
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
- Integrated Bluetooth® Wireless Technology for ultimate versatility to stream full audio more than 30 feet away
- 1 Amp USB Charger port charges many portable electronic devices including smartphones
- Digital tuning with capability to save 10 FM and 10 AM station presets
- Battery: 18 Volt
- Modes: FM / AM / Aux-In / Bluetooth®
- Auxiliary Jack: 3.5MM
- USB Charging Capacity: 1 Amp
- Tool Weight: 1.4 lbs.
18V ONE+™ Compact Radio with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
18V ONE+™ Compact Radio with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The_Judge from Great sound for size i bought this to take to work. its compact size is great, it will fit anywhere i need it to.it has great sound for its size and having a USB port is a real nice feature.
Date published: 2021-07-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by Whofan from Drains battery This radio works but never leave it stored with the battery in it. The battery gets drained in this device. I would pass on this .
Date published: 2021-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by Greg99 from Not worth the money I bought this yesterday at Home Depot. I lasted about 5 minutes then lost the station and would not pick up any other stations. Checked the battery, which was fully charged, and tried another battery, still would only provide static. I have had very good luck with Ryobi products, but apparently the radios don't go by the same standards.
Date published: 2021-08-26