The equipment that comes with a 2 Ah battery and a charger is undoubtedly handy, but it surely clocks in at $199 or $179 with out the battery. That is pretty steep contemplating the competitors. For instance, DeWalt provides a 1600 peak amp bounce starter for $134.10 on House Depot’s web site. Vector’s providing with the identical specs will set you again $89.98 (likewise at House Depot).
Moreover, DeWalt’s $199.00 model of the bounce starter additionally contains an air compressor and a 500-watt inverter for charging your units in an emergency. Nevertheless, do observe that it’s not appropriate with any of DeWalt’s energy software batteries and needs to be charged through an everyday outlet.
In comparison with different bounce starters with comparable specs, the Ryobi possibility does not appear to be one of the best deal on your cash. Nevertheless, within the occasion of a sale, it might be price it. In any other case, it might be extra prudent to spend the identical cash on a tool with extra options, or one thing cheaper that does the identical job.