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Ryobi 18V One+ OED1850

Latest review: Does the job and with ease cuts good being battery powered nice and street easy to handle easy to use. Defo worth the money as having 18v drill I didn’t need the battery p


Ozito LWE-1400

Latest review: This is sooooo much better and easier to use than the standard whipper snippers available. I needed something functional at a good price after having left a previous whipper snipper idle in the


Ryobi 1500W Electric Edger RED1520G

Latest review: Returned it to Bunnings for a full refund as they do not stock replacement cutter blade. This will be removed from their shelves. but good service from staff and spare parts


Makita DUR364LZ

Latest review: I've owned many other line trimmers and was never really happy with any of them until now. The Makita 36v trimmer is genuinely more powerful than many petrol trimmers I've tried, far quieter, lighter


Ozito LTR-630

Latest review: I have a small to medium yard and have converted to an electric mower and now a line trimmer too. Plenty of adjustment for head angle, 2nd handle, and a telescopic shaft. When you release the trigger


Ryobi RLT254SSEON

Latest review: Purchased this unit to replace a dud Stihl that cost me a fortune. Overall, the Ryobi is well made and very easy to start. The only thing I find is the guard for the cutting head is quite large which


Ryobi 500W RLT5030

Latest review: I've had this trimmer for more than a year and it has been a terrible experience. Line tears off after 15 seconds of use and takes couple minutes to set it back up. Buy one with proper line not this


Makita DUR366LZ

Latest review: I was so excited to finally go electric with my garden tools. The first box (not suitable for shipping as very damaged on purchase) lacked the allen keys - no big deal except as I found out later it