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Ryobi 18V Cordless Reciprocating Saw Kit $129 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ Bunnings

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I came here for a smaller battery and charger combo for my RYOBI drill and found this.

Looks like a promo item to me.

Here is the link to the regular item for $115 without the battery and charger
https://www.bunnings.com.au/ryobi-one-18v-cordless-reciproca...

Someone update the heading and post for me please as I am posting on mobile.

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  • Hard to tell, but the one in your link (skin only) says it has anti-vibe technology. This might (probably is) be a different model.

  • +5
    • Never seen it before and it wasn't on their regular shelf either so I still think it is a promo item. Also pricehipster shows the price for only few day back.

  • +4

    it cuts you back ?

  • +1
  • +2

    I picked up a $49 Ozito PXC one the other week skin only, i've no experience with them but its working fine for my needs. Good value i reckon.

  • Normal price according to The Hipster

    The skin on it's own has actually gone up in price, was $99. The spec's for this on Ryobi's website say a tiny 60mm timber cut capacity. The kit is 180mm in comparison even though they look the same?

    • Wouldn’t that just depend on the blade?

      • I would have thought so, do they base the specifications on the blade it comes with? Seems a bit silly

    • +1

      Only 2 days history so can't say normal price based on this data.

      $30 for a battery and charger isn't a bad deal either if you already buying the saw.

      • Yes, definitely better value buying the kit

  • +2

    I find the new one-handed model much easier to use. I've used both their top-end brushless model and the new one-handed saw and I bought the one-handed unit and have no regrets. Fantastic using it in the garden. I can grab the branch with one hand and cut with the other.

  • Any feedback on how well this works? I was looking at the dearer one but honestly can't see much difference for what my parents would be using it for

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