Ryobi One+ 18v Tool Lanyards

Ryobi now has a new way to store and carry their 18v One+ tools with their new lanyard system. The lanyards clip in where the battery goes and has a nylon strap with a clip to hang on a variety of materials. Users can also use these to carry extra tools up ladders or when they don’t want to make multiple trips back to the truck or trailer to get a tool.

My thoughts: Honestly I wish more tool companies would come out with some sort of lanyard systems for their tools. While this system from Ryobi doesn’t say it’s meant for safety, these could be used to carry tools securely when on a ladder or a lift. Or users can use this system to store their tools in a variety of places. Features include compatibility with the Ryobi 18v One+ line of tools, the ability to hold up to 10 lbs, and a nylon strap with a metal clip for hanging on a variety of materials.

Features and specifications:

  • Easy and convenient snap and store method
  • Convenient carry strap easily plugs into the battery slot
  • Includes 2 tool lanyards
  • Nylon strap for added strength
  • Ideal for peg wall tool storage
  • Part of the ONE+ system of over 100 great tools that all work with the same 18-Volt battery
  • (2) 9”x3” nylon straps included
  • Height: 1.5”
  • Length: 9” (with strap)
  • Width: 3”
  • Weight: 0.5lb
  • Price at the time of writing: $9.97 at The Home Depot


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Not a bad price for a set of 2

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These have been available since the “blue” Ryobi days in the US & quite handy

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I still have a couple of the old blue ones that use to stop spiders/bugs etc from taking up residence in the battery slot on the tools that I have to store on open shelves. They came with a couple of tools I bought @ 2004?