Latest review: I bought this as I was sick of hurting my back trying to start the petrol mower but the catcher on this is just awful, I struggle to get it hooked/unhooked...hurting my back anyway! The catcher is a
Latest review: Having grown up using petrol line trimmers I do miss the power you get, now on a smaller house block, I won't miss the noise, the mixing of 2 stroke and the times when the thing just would not
Latest review: It is a very good and reliable lawn mower. Easy to start no Lake's I love her you can plug your hose in to it and start it up and it washes underneath
Latest review: Onto the 3rd or 4th of these so far. It seems as if dust is sucked through the bottom vent and eventually wrecks the motor. My wife uses one for her work and they haven't lasted more than 3 months
Latest review: Not a bad product except for few knock backs. Lacks power for heavier tasks. These are over priced, and only things with highlighted prices at Bun*ings. This is an interesting one.
Ryobi One+ 18V
Latest review: I have previously owned a decent petrol powered chipper/shredder that I put a lots of stuff through but decided this time I wanted something quieter and simpler. The Ryobi does a great job, as other
Latest review: I bought the 18v kit RED 1850L i40 edger from Bunnings. Was $229 and included a 4ah batter and charger. Used it yesterday on overgrown couch grass edges. Absolutely amazing bit if kit. I love it.
Latest review: I've got a lot of the One+ products so figured I'd give this a go. This is a great product, much easier and safer than using a step ladder.
Being battery powered it's not the fastest at cutting,
Latest review: The little easy to use(safe) chainsaw another addition to our Ryobi fleet.
Great for modest branches and even light firewood.
Always amazed what it does with little effort, Sometimes I think NO Way
Latest review: I had bought 2 units just under 2 years ago as I think they are a great product. But last week - the little bits that hold the clamps down broke one after the other on both units. And the
Latest review: This mower has been good and easy to use just have to get used to having a cord behind you, as is the case with all electric mower. This mower is very light and easy to manoeuvre. Grass catcher is
Latest review: I have been using the Ryobi Mitre saw for about 6 months now for home DIY and furniture projects. I have found it is really good value for money. It is easy to set-up, use and cuts straight. The
Latest review: Easy to use
Lightweight, but plenty of power.
36 volt battery interchangeable with other products in their range.
Great after sales service.
Goes well with other products from your he range we have
Latest review: Purchased Oct 2018 from Bunnings and self drive failed after three months (six uses). I needed a self-drive mower as suffering from cancer and weakened from treatment. Returned for new replacement in
Latest review: Replacement for a noisy and inefficient older Ryobi genset. Works well and saves a lot of fuel with the smart throttle. In 5 months it will save its purchase cost. Sometimes decides to shut down
Latest review: Not long owned this tool I was cutting along plaster in the ceiling, it kept over heating and stopping, I had to wait for it to cool down , A job that should have taken 30-45 minutes took 2 hours,
Latest review: When this machine works its great , but its too heavy , even with shoulder strap . Every time I go and pull it apart to clean up a blade jam for a twig or something I can never get it going again ,
Latest review: used this once, then put it away for over a year next time i went to use it the motor goes round but the belt wont- it seems ever ryobi tool i have ever brought has been a one use tool then throw it
Latest review: This is a good mulcher. As per other reviews it did clog up within the first 5 minutes of handling green pittoposrum silver sheen hedge cuttings. I literately pulled out the spindle at the bottom of
Latest review: I struggled with this line trimmer for three years. Apart for a lot of vibration, starting this machine was a nightmare. It is now where it belongs, the scrap heap.
I wouldn’t recommended it to a