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[NSW] Various Ozito Power X Garden Tools Clearance @ Bunnings, Seven Hills

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Few clearance ozito power x tools at seven hills bunnings nsw. Unsure if nationwide. Probably stock will vary at each store. Some good prices.

Cordless grass trimmer and shear kit was $110 now $59.
Cordless 2 piece garden care kit was $149 now $89.
Cordless pruning saw kit was $98 now $69.
Cordless blower,trimmer,hedger kit was $199 now $149.
Cordless blower kit was $99 now $69.
Brushless chainsaw kit was $215 now $149. This appears to be the best kit out of all of it. Comes with two batteries. Good luck hunting.

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    had a question, how good are Ozito products in general (quality wise)?

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      Pretty Good. I've thrown most of my tools around and they still work. Left them outside in the rain as well as hot and cold weather and they still perform well. I've got a jigsaw from 2007 and it still works fine.

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      Good enough for occasional home use.

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        Agreed, except that for virtually all these battery powered power tools the battery will wear out in about 3 years, so anyone buying them to use occasionally won't get their money's worth out of them before they have to buy a new one (they intentionally make older batteries incompatible with newer ones every couple years). Corded ones are good value though and all mine have lasted me.

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          I leave most of my batteries 3/4 charged (give or take on the LEDs) so they have much longer storage life.
          But yeah maybe not commonly done cos it's less set and forget.

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          I've got a ALDI cordless battery that's still going strong after 5 or so years or occasional use. Most brands' battery systems have stayed pretty stable for a while; I think when the technology changes significantly they change them, but it's been pretty steady for at least the last 5 years (famous last words)

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            @askvictor: I think the Aldi battery uses Samsung cells or at least used too, definitely the older type like yours though.

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            @askvictor: There's almost zero chance you have a 5 year old Li-ion battery that has more than about 35% original capacity. The only way to even get close to this is constantly store it at 70% charge, and even then it'd still have dropped to under 60% capacity after 5 years.

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      A real answer, they are basically one level up from unbranded.

      They never use good quality plastic (glass fibre reinforced for heat load areas or thicker PLE with decent rubberised overmoulds).

      They will use the thinnest and cheapest wiring and connectors, brushed motors are consistently small brushes with weak windings.

      You will never find replacement parts for them beyond an ebay start-up or self-made, mid-tier Makita/Milwaukee/Hitachi gear and up will have searchable and buyable replacement parts.

      They are essentially for occasional home-use, any tradey using them either isn't aware they can often claim tools back through tax or they are cutting corners.

      The concerns about battery discharge are mostly irrelevant because most companies reshell 18650 Li-Ion which do not have any significant discharge as compared to older NiCad's and even cheap brands often have a 4th sensor pin on the battery for heat/temperature to prevent internal damage.

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        I own an Ozito mower, line trimmer, and blower vac. All three have brushless motors.

        Agree on the poor quality plastic though, I doubt they'd stand up to daily use.

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      I find their hand power tools to be pretty good. Their saws (woodworking) aren't much chop and power garden stuff even less so. I've owned a reasonable cross section of Ozito stuff since 1995 and most of it has done as I have asked.

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    I want that garden weed sprayer. I might see if my local Bunnings will price match.

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    damn, wish that chainsaw was on special in QLD.

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    Not at Hoppers crossing

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    clearance stuff is mostly store specific.

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    Won't be able to get there for at least three hours and I guess all the good things will be gone by then.

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    I reckon that Ozito chainsaw sounds good but - sadly - Bunnings is out of stock in Tasmania.

    The Ozito website still lists it as a promotional item

    PXCCSK-3182
    2 x 18V 356mm Brushless Chainsaw Kit 3.0AH

    https://ozito.com.au/products/2-x-18v-356mm-brushless-chains...

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    Note some are skin only , need to buy batteries etc

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    Wish my local was this generous with discounting tools.
    Maybe it's a blessing in disguise; I'd be a lot poorer otherwise lol

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    If there were any at Box Hill this arvo they'd be gone now. Went to the (pretty quiet haha) Officeworks next door, and the traffic around Bunnings was chockers, people doing stupid shit, not looking, one nearly crashed into me, cars up on the kerb, just chaos.

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    Thank you OP! After seeing this post at 2pm, I quickly jumped in my car and drove straight there! I got one of the last 4 Blower/Hedge/Trimmer kit! Been waiting for the hedging kit to be discounted!
    3 in 1 kit even better bargain!

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    Castle Hill has the brushless chainsaw 2x18V kit with 2 batteries down to $120, in front of aisle 17, about 6 left.

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      Omg. That's cheap. Almost half price from original price.

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      Went there today. there was 10 in a cage near the entrance marked $129 though sticker on box had $120. They flew out the door for the hour i was there. Only 1 was left as I walked out.

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    https://www.bunnings.com.au/product-recalls

    There is a recall for an electric blower, don't know when Bunnings posted this and if it affects the above products

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      That's the much older green colour blower. And that one is a corded version. It's against the law to sell recalled items in oz. No way would bunnings risk that.

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