expired Ryobi 450w Pole Hedge Trimmer (Was $229) $113.40 @ Bunnings

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Not One+ range, but a good saving. Normally $229, now $113.40

Presuming it expires today, as all the One+ deals do.

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    can you put the price in the title.

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    Good for a zombie apocalypse?

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    This was on display and quite heavy at full length. I donโ€™t know if it comes with a harness of some sort but I canโ€™t imagine holding that up for more than 5-10 minutes at a time. Annoying that it requires a cord as well.

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      Around October Aldi have their cordless pole hedge trimmer, I forget the price but it's in the same ballpark as this. I've had a corded hedge trimmer before and they're a pain in the butt. Once you go cordless you'll never go back. Lighter too. Unless of course it's for a serious job in which case you'd go petrol.

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      I bought the cordless one and confirm that it comes with a harness

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    I bought the cordless skin for the same price as they price matched the Bosch. IMO worth the extra cost of a battery to go cordless. If you donโ€™t own a battery, do what I did and buy the blower and 5.0Ahr combo deal.

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      Um,that's what I ended up doing.
      The blower kit with the 5Ahr battery for $107.
      The pole pruner, skin only $113.

      Um, and the chainsaw and the sander too…..($113+$65)

      $400 Sunday spend at Bunnings

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        well done :) i surprisingly had a niggle with the Ryobi rep and the manager to get it down from $219 as at first they were refusing to price match the bosch equivalent. Heard that Bosch are a bit better quality machinery, but Ryobi do the best batteries

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    Do not get corded. It's just not safe waving a corded one around whilst up a ladder

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      Technically speaking you shouldn't be up a ladder waving anything around ๐Ÿ˜‰

      But I get your drift. Definitely much safer with a cordless tool when up a ladder.

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        Yeah. Although I've got a platform ladder with side and front rails… There are some ladders where it isn't much risk

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      Completely agree. I've seen a professional accidentally cut his own cord while up on a ladder. You can say "how could it possibly happen to me if I'm careful and place the cord behind me at all times", but after a long day in the hot sun, a late lunch and little to drink, mistakes are made.

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    Deal is store specific also. Not available at discount prices at my local

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