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Ryobi 36V Garden Tools Line Trimmer 2.6Ah Kit $225.48 @ Bunnings

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Some great deals on the more powerful Ryobi 36V Lithum+ garden tools range.

These kits are also worth considering if you just want a spare battery.
There is plenty of stock at the Springvale VIC store.

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  • I beat you to the line with the mower guidedlight

    • You sure did. :-) I couldn't work out what the original price was… the Ryobi website has the same deal price as Bunnings.

  • +2

    So many Ryobi posts, should merge them all!

    Chainsaw
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/478953

    Lawn mower
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/479082

    • -1

      Yeah should, would be a epic post though and probably would take a MOD a few hours to sort out.

    • Yeah, I just came back from Bunnings looking for a line trimmer, and I grabbed this one.
      I saw all the red price tags on these products and put them into this post. I didn't realize others were posting too.

      At least I've pretty sure I've got all the 36V deals in this post. I also have the deal expiry date from the actual store. :-)

  • +1

    Great prices. For comparison. The straight shaft version of the 35v line trimmer is $399.
    I wanted the more versatile One+ range so got the $199 brushless model (skin only) and the blower kit (fast charger & 5ah battery) for $107, down from $199.
    Battery & charger alone is normally $145!

    • But isn't the one+ relatively gutless?

      • There are two 18v versions, a cheaper one and this better brushless one which people seem to like

    • how do you think the one+ brushless compares to the 36V non brushless?

      • +1

        18v vs 36v. Either voltage will be fine for line trimming around the home. If you want to do brushcutting or use other “Expand-It” attachments (e.g. hedge trimmer, edger, pole saw, etc) then the 36v is far more suitable.

        The main advantage with Ryobi One+ range is the batteries can be swapped between a number of products, whereas the 36v batteries are only interchangeable on a few outdoor products.

        Brushless vs Brushed is more about long term reliability. Brushless motors are more reliable, they also have a littlebit more power.

  • Thanks, I'm in the market for a decent line trimmer right now.

    This or the DeWalt deal from the other day?

    • +1

      This one is 36V, so it’s more powerful and cheaper.

      But the 18V DeWalt should be powerful enough for light/medium uses, but not heavy brush cutting. Another advantage is that the DeWalt is a straight shaft, so it will last longer and be more versatile (i.e. turn sideways for edging)

      • You can't turn a bent shaft sideways for edging? Surely you just stand in a slightly different spot depending on whether the shaft is bent or straight?

        Bent shaft looks easier to use for normal trimming.

        In the market for one.. But haven't researched yet

  • +1

    Here was me got the ozito brushless steeldeck mower months ago and 4 cheap batteries which where on offer at half price 4.0ah all I needed was the trimmer from ozito which is priced at $229 which is a kit,been holding off for a skin but not sure when that will happen. I did went to get into ryobi but there stuff just cost too much. I could not resist recently a saber petrol trimmer for $59 I got that yes crazy when I have a battery mower but I'm hoping for a price drop or at least skin on the ozito trimmer. I could sell my trimmer still in box as not done garden yet and return my mower and batteries to Bunnings and buy onto ryobi as seems a lot of deals going on, don't really see much deals on ryobi.

  • Does anyone know where to get replacement "wire" for the line trimmer? The whiskers that spin to cut the grass? Sorry dont know what it's properly called.

    • +1

      Ummm…Bunnings ;)

    • According to the manual, this is the replacement spool part number.

      https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-line-trimmer-spool_p338091...

      No idea if you can just get the 2mm line and wind it on to the spool yourself but this would be the easiest way.

      • I have the ryobi one+ 18v version and you can re-spool yourself. But I use 1.6mm line because the 18v version is weak. I’d like to try 2mm but am unsure if it would be a waste of time/money

        • Normal or brush less 18v one?
          I've got the brush less and think it's pretty powerful for what it is

        • Pretty sure the brushless one takes 2mm.
          The brushless stuff is a step up

          • @dbun1: Yep 2mm and self feed. No special spools.
            Used my this weekend. Very impressed!

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