New Ryobi 18V Cordless Hand Vacuum P7131

Ryobi has a new cordless 18V vacuum model P7131 . If the model number seems familiar, that’s because it is an update to the similarly named P713 model.

The new P7131 model is a cordless dust buster style vac and is extremely similar to it’s predecessor the P713 such as the dust buster style, clear front debris canister, dual filter design, and included attachable crevice tool. If anything the biggest difference between the two is the cosmetic design. While having a very similar form factor, the new model gets a completely new stylish exterior which makes it look like a modern vacuum and makes the older model look quite old and somewhat outdated. The clear debris canister is now clearer and less tinted than before and the battery placement now goes behind the handle instead of underneath it. It will be priced the same as the P713 at $24.97 which makes me believe it will be replacing it.

Suction power in CFM’s is not provided in the Ryobi website for the new model so I cannot share that info with you. I would expect decent performance on this vacuum. Don’t expect it to blow you away but good enough for light duty dry pickup.

A couple of it’s features included the dual filter mentioned above which looks very promising as it has what appears to be a plastic mesh filter housing a user replaceable pleated square cartridge filter. This double filter combo means you can expect to service the cartridge filter less often while the plastic mesh filter takes the bulk of dust and is easier to clean by wiping it. The other interesting feature is the attachable crevice tool. It’s a separate piece that stores onto the tool when not in use and attaches to the tip when needed. As great as these features are, they are not new as mentioned in the above paragraphs since they are carry over features but I felt they needed to be explained since they do appear interesting.

A big thanks to DrewBHAM for spotting this new Ryobi tool! We also have news of a new Ryobi 18V Hybrid Soldering Station P3100 coming soon.

  • New and improved ergonomic design
  • Dual filter system captures debris and provides maximum vacuum performance
  • Easy-clean dust bowl for quick, no-mess debris disposal
  • On-board storage for convenient crevice tool placement
  • Gripzone overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
  • Filter type: pre-filter and replaceable filter
  • Comes with a 3 year warranty
  • Includes the P7131 hand vacuum, crevice tool with built-in slide brush, pre-filter, replaceable filter and operators manual
  • Part of the Ryobi ONE+ family of over 100 tools


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This is also available in Australia as a kit in stick vacuum form with an extension wand and a hard floor tool.

https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-18v-one-hand-vacuum-kit_p0045820

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Very interesting! Did not know yours had the extension and floor nozzle and came as a kit.

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Here is the Home Depot listing for the Ryobi p3100 ONE+ Hybrid Soldering Station. The price of $59.97 and being hybrid is nice.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-18-Volt-ONE-Hybrid-Soldering-Station-P3100/305124211

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Just wrote up the article last night and included credit to you for the info on the tips. It will be up tomorrow.

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That’s awesome, I am really excited about the new Solder Station and it kind of came out of nowhere to me. I look forward to reading the article about it.

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