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Ryobi 2000W 230V Angle grinder EAG2000RSA3
- No load speed: 6000 rpm
- Takes 230mm diameter x 22mm bore cutting discs
- Spindle fitting: M14
- Supplied with a 2500mm cable, 2 position auxiliary handle and 1x wrench, 1x wheel guard & 3x grinding wheels
Features and benefits
- Soft Start for greater control
- 180° multi-directional rotating back handle for improved comfort & control
- Tool-less wheel guard for quick & easy adjustment
- Two position auxiliary handle with wrench storage
- Livetool Indicator™ glows blue when plugged into the power supply
|No load speed||6000 rpm|
|Disc bore||22 mm|
|Handle type||GripZone handle|
|Locking device||Spindle lock|
|Cable length (mm)||2500mm|
|Brush type||Replaceable carbon brushes|
More than enough power
Simon79 - 2 years ago
Bought this yesterday, along with the erbauer diamond cutting disc, to cut 3.5 cm thick paving stones. Cut through with ease at about 30 secs per paver with a clean straigh cut. Easy to swap out discs and although it is a bulky bit of kit it was sturdy and safe to handle. Cannot fault it for cutting pavers, with straight cuts. Beware of the dust it produces but using a hosepipe helped reduce that.
GrandadAly - 3 years ago
Yes, very good value when compared to better known machines. I like the "soft start" feature that gradually increases the speed of rotation. I changed the blade to a "diamond" type for cutting concrete and it took me a little while to realise that the instructions for fitting the blade holder are only applicable for the thicker "composite" blades the supply with the machine. The diamond blade needs to be fitted with the holder the other way round.
SAFETY WARNING - beware of 2mm disks
AngusMack - 3 years ago
The description says "Takes 230mm diameter x 22mm bore cutting discs" this is only partly true as it will not clamp 2mm disks and if you attempt to use them, then it dangerous to use as the cutting wheel can't be secured. The product should state there is a minimum disk thickness as well as the diameter and bore. (If you reverse the top clamp in an attempt to operate it safely then the cutting wheel clamp jams and you cannot remove it. £65 down the drain.)
Main bearing failed !
essexman1 - 3 years ago
I bought this to cut patio slabs and, with the help of additional diamond discs, it did a good job. Very heavy but the slabs were on the ground so no problem. Not the sort of tool you use every day and a couple of years later I went to use it. It had been running for no more than a minute and there was an awful grinding noise. Checked it out and the main bearing had disintegrated! Guess what - the 2 year warranty had expired.......not happy and certainly won't buy another.
Not entirely general purpose
MrGrimsdale - 3 years ago
At least one other reviewer mentions this, but the clamp will not securely fix discs thinner than about 5mm. It has been designed with thick grinding discs in mind and not general purpose discs for cutting etc. as might be expected of such a tool. Indeed the manual is very clear on this - use for grinding only - but perhaps all angle grinder manuals have this caveat? You can subvert the clamp and get it to work but whether that is entirely safe practice you'll have to decide yourself. Otherwise soft-start and rotating handles are useful features.