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Honda UMK425

Latest review: I bought this about 2 years ago because my new property is too steep for a lawnmower. The whipper snipper has a bit of weight to it, but the balance is pretty good so you don't notice too much. 4


Honda UMS425/U

Latest review: Great Whipper snipper, definitely the best product on the market with ease. Always starts first go never had any issues with it at all. Highly recommend to spend the money to get this


Honda UMK435

Latest review: Been using this very regularly on own residential lawn & serious brush on a vacant lot for more than 7 years. It is an excellent machine! No issues so far. Starts up easily every time ... I sound


Ryobi 18V One+ Line Trimmer OLT1830

Latest review: I have wanted to go battery on the mower and wipper snippet for a while. The Ryobi was at a good price at Bunnings, so I invested in one. It's nice and light, has plenty of power for a normal sized


Echo GT-22GES

Latest review: I bought this model echo whipper snipper five years ago and it’s just awesome. It’s the cutest whipper snipper iv ever used it’s quite and light and starts every time and performance is unsurpassed, i


Stihl FS 85 / FS 85 R

Latest review: I replaced a small Hitachi 2-stroke trimmer with this Stihl one after I threw the Hitachi one into the paddock in frustration. It was a horribly underpowered machine attached to a very complicated


Ego 56V Line Trimmer ST1500E

Latest review: Great product. More powerful than my old petrol. No pulling cord to get it to work, power instantly and not having to worry about mixing fuel. Ergonomically suits me not to heavy. Powerload head


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 FS 38

Latest review: Purchased unit new and started having starting issues within 2 tanks of gas. I use premium gas/seafoam. I am very experienced repairing/rebuilding small engines. My 30-yr old McCulloch Eager


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 FS 45 / FS 45R / FS 45 C-E

Latest review: I previously had a petrol driven trimmer which had a line attached to do the trimming. Sure , it worked , but was fiddly. What I wanted was something that was easy to use. I discovered that Stihl


Victa 82V Rapid Trimmer 1696788

Latest review: I have owned several whipper snippers and have been regularly frustrated at their unreliable starting. However this cordless beauty is superbly quiet, is powerful enough for any job around our half


Bosch ART Series

Latest review: Bosch what have you done? I owned the previous model art 26 LI and sadly it died after a good 9 years of extensive use. Loved that trimmer. This model just annoys the bejesus our of me. The previous


Shindaiwa T260X

Latest review: Wicked power and great speed feed function make trimming a breeze. Love this machine. Make sure to be used with ordinary fuel, and not high octane stuff. It doesn’t like to run as good on the high o


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


Makita RST210

Latest review: I have had my RST 210 for about 3 years, it has never let me down. Great Jap quality in a superb brush cutter. I told a mate to grab one from Bunning's but they don't sell them anymore, he got a


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


Bigger Boyz Toyz 4 Stroke 5 in 1
  • Category: Petrol Chainsaws
  • Engine Displacement: 36 cc
  • Weight: 8 kg

Makita ER2650LH

Latest review: so...a couple of months ago bought this model... he said ...easy to start, easy to use, quicker overall, line feed bumper blah blah blah. Only just started using it ( 3times) and bump line feeder


Husqvarna 122

Latest review: Bought the 122LD in 2011 and it has proved to be very reliable. Starting usually no problem. Press the primer bulb a few times, set to about 1/2 choke, give 4 or 5 short pulls then a full pull and


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