Makita Whipper Snippers and Edgers

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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

Makita ER2650LH

Latest review: I bought this new and took it home and i could not get it started its supposed to be easy start i broke my back it started for a minute and stopped i took it back the guy started after 10 pulls but i

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

Makita DUR181Z

Latest review: This cordless machine is nearly as powerful as my old plug-in unit, but much easier to use as no cable to lug around. It uses the same 18V Lithium battery as the Makita cordless vacuum cleaner DCL

Makita ER2600L

Latest review: it's slightly loud but high performance. easy to start, light weight, bought from bunnings for 199 AUD. i am happy with it. only thing i could criticise that i wish the weight was balanced better .

Makita RBC3110

Latest review: Wanted to upgrade to a dedicated more powerful whip after using a Makita RBC 2510 for a couple of years. I considered equivalent 2 stroke Shindaiwa, Bushranger, Stihl, Kawasaki, Makita and

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

Makita EM2650UH

Latest review: Rented this from Home Depot and spent the last three hours trying to get it to start. I'm taking it back for a refund. I checked that there was fuel in the tank and in the bubble, and pumped it as