On the lookout for a top power tool deal this Halloween? If you are in need of a new reciprocating saw, multi tool, circular saw or cordless drill then you need to check out these deals.
What’s on offer? Ryobi has put together a collection of its best selling bare tools and reduced them to £50 until Monday 31st October. This includes nearly 50% off a reciprocating saw among other significant price drops. The deal is especially handy for those who already own a Ryobi ONE+™ tool as you can use the battery across the different tools in the range.
Elsewhere there’s other big savings on impact drivers, cordless drills, angle grinders, spotlights and multi tools. Check out our what is a multi tool guide if you want to find out whether it is worthwhile having one in your tool kit.
But don't spend too long thinking about what power tool you want, the sale only lasts until Monday.
Ryobi 18V ONE+™ Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Bare Tool) | Was £94.99, Now £50 (SAVE £44.99) at Ryobi
Perfect for rough and fast cutting for demolition materials such as wood, metal and plastic. Has a 25mm stroke length and offers 3400 strokes per minute. Includes variable speed control and quick and easy blade change. Battery not included.
What can a reciprocating saw do?
A reciprocating saw is a multi-purpose power tool, typically used by pros and DIYers when demolishing or remodelling studwall, lath and plaster walls, or timber framed buildings.
They are also great at tearing through timber joists, plasterboard and nails. They are ideal for cutting all types of wooden board and wooden frames for the placement of windows and doors. So if you want to know how to build a partition wall, a reciprocating saw is a tool that you'll need.
What's more, they're good for shaping plasterboard and good for cutting plastic piping for any plumbing jobs.
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Steve is Homebuilding & Renovating's DIY content editor, and has been a writer and editor for two decades. He is an avid DIYer with over 20 years of experience in transforming and renovating homes. He specialises in painting and decorating, but has strong all-round building skills, having previously worked in the industry for 10 years.