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Battery Whipper Snippers

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Ryobi 18V One+ Line Trimmer OLT1830

Latest review: Firstly I am only a short person so the adjustable handle height was great, but I still found the unit somewhat heavy for me as a female, not to mention it was noisy and the plastic line/cord kept


Ego 56V Line Trimmer ST1500E

Latest review: Great product. More powerful than my old petrol. No pulling cord to get it to work, power instantly and not having to worry about mixing fuel. Ergonomically suits me not to heavy. Powerload head


Bosch ART Series

Latest review: Bosch what have you done? I owned the previous model art 26 LI and sadly it died after a good 9 years of extensive use. Loved that trimmer. This model just annoys the bejesus our of me. The previous


Ozito PXCLTK-218

Latest review: Ive bought a number of Ozito products and have been impressed with how good they are for the price but not this one. The line trimmer hasn't enought power so is only good for light grass. The weight


Ryobi 36V Edger RED3600

Latest review: This is sooo much easier to use than a whipper snipper for the driveway and gutters. It gives a nicer finish than a whipper snipper too. Easy to clean, it’s not heavy (even with the battery on) as t


Ego BC3802E

Latest review: I don't often write reviews, but can't help myself with this one... We live on a large acreage and our Ryobi 2 Stroke MultiTool has finally given up. We also had a TroyBilt machine, but the


AEG ALT18B

Latest review: I've been so impressed by this line trimmer I've now replaced all my old 2 stroke garden tool with the 58v AEG alternatives. They are just as powerful, vastly cheaper and easier to run and maintain,


Makita DUR181Z

Latest review: This cordless machine is nearly as powerful as my old plug-in unit, but much easier to use as no cable to lug around. It uses the same 18V Lithium battery as the Makita cordless vacuum cleaner DCL


Stihl FSA 56

Latest review: So easy and convenient to use on our block. Where we live often doesn't require the lawnmower to be pulled out so a quick tidy up with the FSA 56 is ideal. No ear protection, no filling up with


Matrix TPLT5616

Latest review: Very easy to use, compared to other brands on the market. Supports different width cable too, which is unique. The battery is easy to detach when charging and it charges fast as well. I would


Black & Decker STC1820PC-XE

Latest review: Considering the size of my house block I probably should have gone with a more powerful trimmer but this model had some great, and justified, reviews. It's a very light weight battery operated 18V


Hitachi CG18DSDL

Latest review: Very impressed with my new Hitachi. I use it with 3.0ah battery that is common to my drill and blower. It trims edges, chomps through Kikuyu grass all with little noise and no vibration and is well


Certa 3 Piece 18V Lithium Ion Cordless Tool Set

Latest review: Got their standard range. A couple of years ago. One of the batteries died, so I bought a replacement supposed to be "compatible with entire range".. No can do: the new "Powerplus" batteries are


Victa VForce+ VLG4035 / VLH4058U

Latest review: Advertised as a hedge trimmer, but the cutting blade is easily damaged. So much so it will not cut anything thicker than 12mm new growth. NZ dealer says an damage is abuse. Won't honour 2 year


Ryobi 18V One+ RLT1833BL4

Latest review: Bought from Bunnings an I had to take it back the next day for a replacement as the motor was making weird noises. Second one, went ok for about 3 months, then would not turn stop until I took the


Ego ST1300E

Latest review: I bought an EGO Power + 33CM brushless trim liner ST1300E. Even it didn't long last one month. It's under warranty. It's almost one month. It hasn't fixed yet. When I called to service agent, he


Stihl AP 300 Battery

Latest review: Purchased a stihl ap300 battery, charger and polesaw in 2016 ($1150) have only used them 3 times and the battery will not charge. Absolute garbage product and service from stihl