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Ozito PXC 18V 125mm Brushless Angle Grinder - Skin Only $99.98 (Was $109) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Bunnings


In retaliation of upcoming Aldi deal. up 98c on lowest price ( thanks PriceHipster)
For all the OZITO jockeys.

Chainsaw as well thanks to member @1030510410

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  • +4

    Woo Hoo, less than $10 off. That’s an expensive nail file.

    Sorry OP, not hating on your effort, just doesn’t seem that cheap compared to the other recent Ozito deals.

    • +3

      No problem. Doubt it will ever get any lower till a new model.
      Brushless I think is the ++

      • +1

        That’s a fair call, brushless is the way.

    • +1

      It's a different model, you'll probably never see the brushless at 50% off.

  • +1

    Also, the chainsaw down from $199 to $149. But I guess some people here already got a chainsaw still in box sitting in garage :)

  • +1

    They're doing the "pricematch Aldi's upcoming catalog" thing again.

  • +2

    Watch out for the dodgy switch they put on this model. Happened to mine and plenty of other reviews mention the same on Bunnings site.

    • +1

      The one on the non-brushless model is also bad. It's a "push to the side then push up" latching switch. An angle grinder should turn off if you let go of it, that switch design means it won't.

      • I don't think I've ever used an angle grinder that didn't have a latching switch

        • Most manufacturers have moved to either triggers that need constantly pressed or the same but with a push button latch so you've got the choice to latch or not. With these Ozito ones you've got no option - if it's on, it's latched. If you let go, deliberately or accidentally, it will keep running unless you drop it in such a way the switch is dislodged.

          My older angle grinders are/were about 50% "optional latching", 50% "no choice but to latch" (like the Ozito) but other than the Ozito, I've not seen "no choice but to latch" on any angle grinder I've bought in the last 10 years. The "deadman" switch is becoming the de-facto standard, certainly on anything that's likely to see use in a commercial operation as locking switches have been cited as contributing to injuries/fatalities over the years. Many state regulatory boards recommend the deadman switch in preference to latching, e.g. https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/worksafe/angle-grinders

          • @banana365: That makes sense, most of the angle grinders I use are quite old, except for the AEG that I bought around 2016, which also has a forced latching switch.

  • +1

    5 year warranty is pretty good .

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