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Ozito Power X Change 18V Lithium Cordless 6 Piece Kit $199 @ Bunnings (Selected Stores)

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6 piece ozito power exchange kit with 2, 4 ah batteries $199 ballina store

https://ozito.com.au/products/18v-cordless-6-piece-kit/

18V 13mm Drill Driver
18V Impact Driver
18V 115mm Angle Grinder
18V Reciprocating Saw
18V 165mm Circular Saw
18V LED Torch
2 x 4.0Ah Batteries
1 x Fast Charger

(This deal was first spotted at Ballina but user reports that this may be available at other Bunnings stores. Stock will be limited)

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    None at Milperra nsw

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    Just spoken to someone at lidcombe he said no stock anywhere near him
    Ex promo stock so there is still hope Bunnings might have something else against the Aldo sale soon

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    1 left @ carringbah
    0 @ kirrawee
    2 @ Alexandria
    Nsw

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    3 left @ minchinbury nsw
    3 left @ mcgraths hill nsw

    the person i spoke to said to quote item no. 0098551 when calling

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    Picked up last one Bayswater WA. Tried Midland WA but we’re all out.
    Was expecting angle grinder to be a little weak but not too shabby.

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    Does it has 5 years warranty like ALDI?

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    4 left at vermont south VIC

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    Excellent. Thanks OP.
    Bought the last one at Balgowlah (NSW).

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    Looks better than the last deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/378519
    You get the reciprocating saw and better battery for $1 more. Score.

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    4 left at Malaga, WA as of time of posting. Thanks OP!

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    Called up Rouse Hill and they had none left. He checked and there was one at Blacktown. Rung up Blacktown and they confirmed that they have one left and were willing to sell it for $155. Picked it up on my way to work for 155. Happy happy days.

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    Been using all the tools from this in the last couple of days and they are brilliant, of cause no where near dewalt quality/power lol but for home projects the price can't be beat, the Circular Saw is much better than I thought it would be, so nice and cuts easy.

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    What's the item number for this as want to check if still available.

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    Anyone know if this price is still $199

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      Late last week I got them to scan the last one on the shelf & it came up at $349. The guy called Ozito who told him that yes it had been on clearance but had finished the day before. He spoke to the store manager who agreed to do it for $199 anyway.

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        Is it worth $199 are the tools of quality if im able to get for $199 last week i purchased a ozito mower and was going to buy two 4.0ah batteries and a fast charger but instead left fast charger for now and got two extra batteries as they on deal. As next week or two planned to buy ozito trimmer kit which has just standard chargers and two crappy 2 0ah batteries.
        But i thought if i had this tools kit and return two batteries from last week thats $79 back and regardless i need to buy a fast charger anyway be in single or double. Single i thinkv is $30 so It's like Getting a kit for $90 as $79 returned Batteries and i need a fast charger anyway but its do I really need such Tools or even Use some of them.

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          I think it is well worth it. I already had the brushless garden blower for $149 (with 2x3Ah batteries) https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-power-x-change-2-x-18v-bru... and think it is brilliant coming from a Stihl 2-stroke. I have compared to AEG brushless & Ego brushless that relatives have and it is just as good in my opinion. Out of the $199 kit I have only used the impact driver & circular saw. The impact driver work well but I have a minor gripe with the quick connect chuck. On every other brand I have tried you can just push the hex bit into the chuck and it clicks in automatically but on the Ozito you need to pull the ring forward to be able to insert it. Minor but still annoying. I side-by-side tested the saw against a brushed Milwaukee and it seemed similar. I have used brushed Makita for years (3 drills & impact driver) and 2 brushless grinders. I find the impact driver to be very similar in power (I tested side by side on 75mm coach bolts) to the Makita although its a bit bigger in the body. Havent used the drill yet. I fully expect the grinder to be rubbish compared to my brushless Makita's though. For $199 I think it is a great deal.

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          If you are wanting a dual charger the blower kit I mention above comes with one (and 2x 3Ah batteries).

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            @turbodude: I already have a petrol blower from years back 909 masters brand and still in box new so cant see myself needing another blower more so when not used it yet

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