need to register my recent purchased ryobi tools?
- Aussie DevilLv 64 weeks ago
then follow the instructions inside the box
- 4 weeks ago
Registering your RYOBI
- JohnLv 74 weeks ago
By law you don't have to register a product to have the warrantee. All you need is proof of purchase. There's generally no harm in doing it anyway.
- KateLv 74 weeks ago
Go on the Ryobi website. There is a space where you enter your tools using the codes, style, name etc.
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- STEVEN FLv 74 weeks ago
You DO NOT need to register the tools. The ONLY advantage to registering is they will contact you if there is a recall, which there won't be.
If you need warranty service, you submit the receipt as proof of purchase date.
- EdwenaLv 74 weeks ago
Why? Small tools are throw-away items and the warranties, etc. are worthless unless it breaks the first time and the retailer will take it back because they can verify your purchase.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 74 weeks ago
instructions came in the box
- boy boyLv 71 month ago
you have my condolences ..im a builder ..uk ..have worked around the world ..bough just about every type of tool available over time ..best was dewalt ...worst by far was ryobi ..bonne chance
- JohnLv 61 month ago
The registration paper comes inside the new packaging. Fill out the paper and put it in the pre-addressed envelope. You have to buy the stamp. The lithium battery goes bad first but you should have two new batteries. Off topic but Ryobi makes cheap tools.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Worth a try. But they should be guaranteed by whoever sold them to you. In which case you only need keep proof of purchase. Firms like you to register so that you are on a mailing list and then they can sell that on to other companies.