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Ryobi 18V One+ Pole Pruner OPP1820

Latest review: The saw has only been used for several minutes and it leaking the bar and chain oil down the pole. Very annoying. Back to Bunnings. We are in the country with our closest store an hour


Stihl HS 45

Latest review: We use this in a council run gardens..gets a lot of use . Runs well, economical, gets the job done. Easily as good as the echo hedgers.comfortable to hold. No


Bosch ASB 10.8 LI

Latest review: This little beauty gets our yard looking neat in no time and it is so light and easy to use. Bosch ASB 10.8 LI where have you been all my


Ozito HTE-550

Latest review: Light weight and really easy to use. We usually find the battery lasts around 20 minutes. Trims so easily our ten year old daughter has been able to use it. Only use on medium sized


Ryobi 36V Hedge Trimmer RHT3600

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


Bigger Boyz Toyz 4 Stroke 5 in 1

Latest review: You can't even rate this mob. Utter rubbish their stuff. After getting chainsaw and opened box we didn't even pull anything out of box as we saw was cheap crap. Upon returning and them taking $50


Ozito 700W 410mm Electric Pole PHT-410

Latest review: After reading these reviews I was worried that the product would be too heavy and awkward to use, but the shoulder strap and keeping the pole to the minimum length needed, solved these concerns.


Gardenline (Aldi) 550W Electric

Latest review: Shears and trimmer can't be use. Battery not charging. I'm straight to point. After reading other's reviews.I see it's not just me. Need better be products. Bad, not


Certa 55cc 5 in 1

Latest review: I tried for half an hour when I bought but I had to return it back for been faulty not bad to cut and trim , but it is not good as it looks , it is very heavy for big job , can not carry it for more


Makita DUH523Z

Latest review: Bought this cause I was sick of using one with a power cord, a bit concerned that it would not be powerful enough just did all our hedges/shrubs and no issue


Stihl HS 46 C / HS 46 C-E

Latest review: Cuts well, is reasonably light, good fuel usage and starts easy. haven't had any dramas with it. Have used it on light hedges as well as large overgrown bushes with reasonably thick branches. Can


Stihl HSA 86

Latest review: Yeah, this tool is like something out of a science-fiction movie. Powerful, yet light and easy to use. Only had it for a week but been out there with it quite a bit and today I went over to a


Ozito PXCHTK-218

Latest review: I have a small garden with a short hedge, a couple a bushes and 3 small trees, all of which need the occasional trim, nothing extreme or strenuous. This tool does that job perfectly. It's light, safe


Makita DUH551Z

Latest review: I wanted one of these for years already having most other Makita LXT (18v x 2) garden tools. Two things made me finally take the plunge - Cutting for long periods overhead was very hard on my arms


AEG AHT58B

Latest review: Way better than my old mains powered unit. Trimmed the hedge around the pool area in a quarter of the time. With only the one charge. Great unit with the flexibility to take it


Stihl HS82T

Latest review: This is my third hedge trimmer and hopefully my last. I bought this recently due to my unhappiness with the results and quality of 2 previous hedge cutters, Husqvarna and Echo. The Stihl is the only


Rok 18V Cordless Hedge Trimmer

Latest review: This hedge trimmer has got to be one of the lightest you can buy so you can move it effortlessly focusing on the shape you want instead of struggling with a heavier machine. Being lithium battery


Ryobi 18V One+ RGS1822Li25

Latest review: This Ryobi One+ 18V Cordless Hedge Trimmer - Skin Only I/N: 3380840 is simply awesome. We were shocked at how powerful this is even compared to our last corded hedge trimmer..... this is just


Shindaiwa AH230S

Latest review: Ive had my Ah230s for 5 years now. Use on a commercial basis. Im still on my origional set of blades. Reach is excellent ( would be nice to be able to add an extension pole but its fine without)


Shindaiwa DH232

Latest review: Just bought the tool a few weeks ago after borrowing the same from a neighbour to cut invading goldenrods in a specific area of my property. It proved so effective, and I had so much need for it for


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