expired [TAS] Ryobi ONE+ 18V 4Ah Line Trimmer and Blower Kit - $139 @ Bunnings Devonport

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Ryobi line trimmer and blower kit with 4 amp battery and charger. Reduced from $199 to $139.00. Line trimmer gets ok reviews. Bunnings Devonport Tas - 10 plus left when I purchased

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  • +2 votes

    Great price, have this combo and works well with the 4ah battery.

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      a single 4ah battery won't be enough for the blower for many people…

      i use a 5ah battery and get < 10 mins.

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        Thats nuts, I have the Ozito standard power exchange blower and get 20 minutes easily oout if a 2Ah. It aint the most powerful blower but does the job.

        • +1 vote

          The Ryobi one is very powerful…

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            @jv: The next one up in the Ozito is the Jet blower, but that requires dual 18V batteries. I defintely don't need that to blow grass clippings around.

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              @Jackson:

              I defintely don't need that to blow grass clippings around.

              I was using it blow wet leaves today… It was effortless…

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        I have this blower for small jobs and regularly use a Ryobi petrol for for my 600sqm block with 7 gum trees

  • +5 votes

    Nice to see another OzBargainer here in Dev 👍

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    it shows $199 when you click on the link

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    Still waiting for the Ozito mower to go on sale!

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    That's a great price. I paid $99 for the Blower and battery kit a couple of years ago, so $4 extra for the trimmer skin is good value.

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    Son of a bitch! I just paid $230 for this kit 2 weeks ago.
    Edit: Oop, never mind, that was the hedge trimmer/blower combo.

  • -1 vote

    Not in Melbourne?

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    Anyone checked this in Qld?

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      The only likelihood wud be Toowoomba .. where Jackie Lambie's son goes to de-Crack in ReHab! ;-)

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    Anyone know why this is on sale? Might help with organising the price from other bunnings

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    The design of the line trimmer sucks. Your thumb needs to hold onto the safety button and while another finger on the trigger. Cramps my hand after a few minutes and I'll stop and restart. Each time you stop and restart, it'll pull a bit of string out and call it a 'feature'.

    The blower is pretty weak imo so I just broom my driveway instead.

    If i were to buy another ryobi line trimmer, I'll get the brushless version because it has a better trigger.

    I would get this kit as a starter for the battery.

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      In reading some reviews and speaki g to people they report the opposite problem with the feed, that they need to turn it upside down and manually extend the line. I know that there are a number of models, so assuming it's a different one.

      Sounds lime your blower might also be different to JV's, who reckons he gets 10min for a 5Ah battery. How long do you get?

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        I don't know about other models but mine definitely pulls string out at start up. You can tell because the string hits a plastic blade when it starts up to trim the line.

        I've never used a whole battery on the blower so I don't know.

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      You only need to hold the trigger once it's going.

      If you have buffalo type grass go for something much stronger. You can use slightly thicker cord, however it tangles in the spool too easily.

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