Ryobi has announced that they will expand their cordless 18V line in 2022 to have over 260 cordless tools.
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I wish I could make mention of what new and exciting products we can expect however the announcement does not go into detail about what tools other than more to come in their Ryobi 18V line.
From what I can see, Ryobi is one of the brands that has a very well rounded 18V cordless system with more than just the usual cordless tools like drills and saws but their cordless 18V line includes tools for the home such as outdoor power equipment such as lawn mowers, string trimmers, blowers, to household items like stick vacuums, fans, glue guns, and handheld pressure washers to automotive tools like polishers, tire inflators, to specialty tools like rotary hammers, biscuit joiners, and drain snakes. You name it and Ryobi probably has an 18 volt cordless version of the tool. In recent years, they’ve been coming out with many brushless tools and they are proud about their new One+ HP Brushless series that were introduced in late 2020.
While there isn’t much to Ryobi’s announcement, it is good to hear they are coming out with more tools for 2022.
What 18 volt tools would you like to see from Ryobi this year?
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How about a drip coffee maker?