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Ryobi Whipper Snippers and Edgers

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Ryobi 18V One+ Line Trimmer OLT1830

Latest review: Bought this trimmer (skin only) because I have already Ryobi One+ 18V batteries, 2.5A and 5.0A for my driver set. So there was no need to get any additional separate batteries. This trimmer is


Ryobi 18V One+ OED1850

Latest review: This edger is fantastic, easy to use and a great addition to my Ryobi ONE suite! Only problem is the star cap on the front guide wheel which popped off on the 1st rough patch. I solved this by


Ryobi 1500W Electric Edger RED1520G

Latest review: What a disappointment! Reading reviews, other people have had the same problem. I hope to resolve this, or get a more reliable unit. I would have thought that Ryobi would be a reliable product,


Ryobi 26cc 2 Stroke RLT26CDSN

Latest review: I Bought this machine and used only 2 times and the Bump Knob broke ,i could not find at bunnings or online to replace.they are telling me to buy the whole head which is around $70.00 supposed


Ryobi 36V Edger RED3600

Latest review: This is sooo much easier to use than a whipper snipper for the driveway and gutters. It gives a nicer finish than a whipper snipper too. Easy to clean, it’s not heavy (even with the battery on) as t


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 RLT254FSDSN

Latest review: Had mine for a few years and no problems at all so far. The head is super easy to install new line into without having to take it apart and it always starts easy. Decent on fuel as well for a two


Ryobi 500W RLT5030

Latest review: I have two small areas of lawn which are a difficult shape to mow so decided to invest in a line trimmer to do the job. I was attracted by the price of this product but thought maybe I would only get


Ryobi 18V One+ RLT1833BL4

Latest review: I did a lot of research on cordless line trimmers and it seems the general consensus is the 18v battery ones are all under powered and struggle to perform as expected. Well this particular model