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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


Stihl FSE 71

Latest review: Overall I don't mind the weight or the cord, you get used to it. And the power is sufficient even for buffalo grass. Perhaps I just haven't figured it out properly, but I just can't get the line to


Stihl FSA 65 / FSA 85

Latest review: This trimmer is lightweight for this over 50 woman and it has two lines of trimming power that really take care of the weeds. The battery lasts a long time but I have two batteries since I also use


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


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