We’ve always been a little concerned about runtime on cordless angle grinders — and doubly concerned about Ryobi’s, considering the comments we’ve seen regarding the One+ line (both good and bad) — but you’ve really got to give Ryobi credit for their massive expansion of the line. You can now get everything but the kitchen sink that’ll happily accept One+ batteries.
That said, maybe we’ll have to eat our words. We have yet to test a cordless angle grinder. I suppose it’s time to rectify that.
Features include a three-position handle, rotating battery foot, and a toolless guard.
As always with Ryobi, it’s easy-to-own at a street price of around $44. It’s sold tool-only as an expansion for those already into the One+ line.