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Ryobi EMS1826LRG

Ryobi EMS1826LRG

2.5 from 4 reviews

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Roo

RooKangaroo Valley

  • 2 reviews
  • 2 likes
  • Verified purchase

Below expected quality

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First surprise was the comic book style 'Original Instructions'. Previously had a CMS 1825 which lasted 8 years and came with an 'Owners Operating Manual' which came with well written instructions including photo guides.
The first 1826LRG lasted 1 year and was replaced under warranty. This one lasted 1 year and I took it back because the fence became mis-shapen. Not covered under the warranty so I paid about $35 for parts. Now 5 years later I changed the blade and retraction arm screw will not line up with the hole. Original Instructions are hopeless-no words at all just incomplete hazy small drawings. Would not buy a Ryobi saw again. Possibly robust enough for softwood but not for hardwood.

Date PurchasedAug 2012

lesta68

lesta68Goulburn Valley, VIC

  • 12 reviews
  • 5 likes

Pretty good saw

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Not bad for a cheap saw from Bunnings. Cuts well and most things are logical and can be worked out.
Laser is accurate and in the right spot. Only real niggle is the material hold down clamp has to be fiddled with
And adjusted cause it gets in the way when doing 45 degree bevel cuts.
Not one for the tradesman or professional but should do for casual or handyman use.

Buy a makita

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Poor quality metal, useless instructions. Some steps omitted others misleading. Returned to Bunnings next day . Spend more money on a better tool. Saves time and angst.

Dad55

Dad55Greater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

  • 32 reviews
  • 27 likes

Instructions are hopeless

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