Ryobi 18V One+ RBL1850S
Latest review: Good sized blower that is powerful enough to do most jobs around the home. Fits all your One+ 18v batteries in the range. The Good: Blows a decent breeze, light weight unit. Good value for its
Latest review: Lightweight, well balanced and easy to use. The long nozzle with the curve towards the outlet lets you "steer" the air so you can get around garden furniture, get into corners, etc. Powerful enough
Latest review: Weight is not a problem, I wish it had a special squarish nozzle to increase the suction area and two wheels on each end like a household vacuum cleaner to keep it at a height that stops it from
Latest review: The blower vac worked reasonably well from purchase in 2015 until I needed a new battery. A new battery from Bunnings is $299. I can purchase a new kit for $449 from Bunnings. I also purchased a
Latest review: Had a blower sucker for 20 years, did the job, having this blower is like taking a Elephant gun to hunt Quail, over size, over weight. too noisy and leaves more leafs then it picks
Latest review: My old Masters 909 blower finally died and I needed a replacement, something not cheap, but on the other hand something not out of my price range. Came across the Ryobi RBJ254N blower for just $144.
Latest review: It does what it is supposed to do while being a 10th price, we use it for blowing decking frames off while screwing so it is ideal. I bought the big blower just to get the 2 batteries and charger and
Latest review: As a handyman/gardener, buying one of these has been a godsend. What used to be hard work has now turned into easily removing leaves and other debris. It comfortable to wear, its robust, its easy to
Latest review: Very strong and powerful blower at the cheap price of $59 at Bunnings. It has an air speed of 320kph. Amazing for the price and comes with a three year replacement warranty. What’s not to like ?
Latest review: I've had quite a few garden Vac/Mulcher's but none of them have been fit for purpose until this unit. The most expensive was a Flymo and the cheapest (and worst) an Aldi special. This Ozito BLV-2402
Latest review: I got this after a friend who does housecleaning told me a cordless blower works good for getting dust out of confined areas under furniture. Just blow it to one end of the room and vacuum it
Latest review: Needed a decent power blower / vacuum so hubby picked this Ryobi one, apart from being a bit noisy as all blower vacs are we think this is great value for money, haven’t failed us yet and we have q
Latest review: I was told when i bought this blower that the battery was unique to this model and would not interchange with any other Ozito appliance. Did not concern me because i had no other machine at the time.
Latest review: After buying this product I Was content with it's performance but after having to return this model 3 times back to Bunnings it started becoming a hassle but one I was prepared to put up with,until