RIDGID shows off how less is more with their new press tool. The RP 210-B is more than 2 inchs shorter and 25% lighter then the previous compact press tool. This model comes with an incredibly long service interval of 30,000 cycles and an improved 270 degree swiveling jaw and barrel. Merge these features with the dependability of 18V Lithium-Ion batteries and you have a winning combination.
Featuring a user-friendly and ergonomic design, the RIDGID Model RP 210-B press tool weighs 6.4 pounds with the battery. Its ability to rotate the barrel 270-degree along with a flattened top will provide much greater accessibility for users making connections in confined spaces. The RP 210-B also has indicator lights that provide feedback and safety information with an intuitive interface.
The RP 210-B expands the capabilities of previous compact tools to now press 1-1/2″ connections in addition to 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″ and 1-1/4″. The tool features an improved rotating barrel that is fully compatible with existing 100-B jaws. An optimized gear ratio also contributes to better performance at cold temperatures and more presses per charge. An additional benefit is an increased service interval from 20,000 presses to 30,000 presses, which means more up-time on the job site. Batteries for the tool are available in three different amp hour ratings so that a user can have a choice of run times. The RP 210-B replaces the now discontinued compact 100-B as the smallest, most lightweight, battery press tool in the RIDGID product line.
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The Ridgid press tool kit includes: RP 210-B Press Tool, two 1.1 Ah Batteries, Li-Ion Battery Charger and Carrying Case.
About Ridgid Tools
Since 1923, RIDGID has remained the symbol of certainty to dedicated professionals of the expert trades. We at the Ridge Tool Company take this heritage seriously. This is why every tool that bears the RIDGID brand is engineered to the same high standards of quality, strength, and endurance as was that first heavy-duty pipe wrench more than 80 years ago.