[NSW] Ozito PXC 18V Cordless 5 Piece Kit (Inc. Fast Charger 2 Batteries) $269 + Del ($0 C&C/in-Store/OP) @ Bunnings Rydalmere


Passing by Rydalmere Bunnings and notice they had brought out several pallets of Ozito products outside of the power tools section.

Likely able to be price matched or in stock at other stores.

Slightly more expensive than earlier this year in May of $248 (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/772831) and still a good deal and less the $299 online price.

Also included below are sticker prices of product they had on on other pallets and added web prices as some items are cheaper or more expensive than what is shown online.

$269 - Ozito 5 Piece Kit
- 18v 13mm Drill Driver
- 18v Impact Driver
- 18v 115mm Angle Grinder
- 18v 165mm Circular Saw
- 18v Detail Sander
- 1 x 4.0Ah Battery
- 1 x 2.5 Ah Battery
- 1 x Compact Fast Charger

Link ($299): https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-cordless-5-piece-k…

$99 - Ozito 64 Piece Drill Driver Kit
- Kitbox and 64 accessories included
- 1 x 2.5 Ah Battery
- 1 x Compact Fast Charger
* Drill into timber, plastic and metal
* 13mm keyless chuck
* 2 speed gearbox
* 21 torque settings

Link: Not available

$99 - Ozito Compact Drill & Impact Driver Kit
- 18v 10mm Drill Driver
- 18v Impact Driver
- 1 x 2.5 Ah Battery
- 1 x Compact Fast Charger

Link ($99): https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-compact-drill-and-…

$129 - Ozito Hybrid Twin LED Worklights & Tripod (18v/240w)
* 18v battery power or 240 mains input
* 2 x 2000 lumen illumination
* collapsible tripod
* dimming control knob
* cable management system

Link ($119): https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-hybrid-twin-led-wo…

$69.98 - Ozito Portable Fan (18v, skin only)
* Can be used for workshops and camping
* 3 speed settings
* 360 degree head rotation
* carry handle
* wall mount bracket

Link ($78.98): https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-hybrid-fan-skin-on…

$299: Ozito 210mm Sliding Compound Mitre Saw & Stand
- 1 x Mitre Saw
- 2 x 4.0Ah Battery
- 2 x Compact Fast Chargers
* 36v for repeat cuts in timber and plastic
* 0 to 45 degrees bevel and mitre cuts
* material clamp and extension supports
* laser line and worklight

Link ($299): https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-36v-2-x-18v-210mm-slid…

$24.98 Ozito 2.5 Ah Battery & Charger
- 1 x 2.5 Ah Battery
- 1 x Compact Fast Charger

Link ($24.98): https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-lith-ion-2-5ah-bat…

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  • +3

    Noticed my local Bunnings has a price of $299 for that same kit.

  • Bunnings don't price match other bunnings stores

    • +2

      If you ask you may get lucky. My success rate is abput 50% so good enough that i try when its worth my while.

    • +1

      Yea they sure do I do it all vic stores no issue

  • +1

    Fyi you can't fit the 4a battery to the sander . I found out the hard way .

  • Any comments on he brand please

    • They're for budget cautious home users.
      If you want something that will last and to be able to use it when you need it years and years down the track go Milwaukee. Heck, even my DeWalt drills I charge once a year and are somehow fully charged every time I pick them up 4 years on..

      • Spot on about the DeWalt batteries. They are great.

      • +1

        Milwaukee are definitely better quality, but also far more expensive, I'm guessing a similar kit would be 5x the cost. That means you could buy a new ozito kit every 5 years and have 25yrs of use all under warranty for the equivalent of 1 Milwaukee purchase.

        • +2

          When I changed states and didn’t bother bringing all my old (and mostly worn out) power tools with me I started afresh. I decided the most commonly used are drill, driver, and circular saw, so I bought a Milwaukee kit with these three for just under $1000. Best tools I’ve ever owned, they may even outlast me. Everything else (grinder, air pump, blower, chainsaw, etc) has been Ozito, and at the rate I use them they should be fine.

    • +4

      I've got 10-15 different tools in the ozito range. Very happy customer for home renos. I try get the brushless versions of each tool though. Warranty is 5 years and anytime something is wrong it's a simple swap for new one at the store without having to send it away. One tool that I really wished worked well was the 36v line trimmer. Went through about 4 replacements, motor kept smoking so I bought a Honda petrol trimmer.

    • +1

      I've had this kit for two years and am very happy with it. Each tool has been used regularly (home DIY).

    • Driver was not able to drive 10g Batton head screws into treated pine. Had to pre drill, which as a PITA.

    • +3

      I would classify these as one of the best of the budget range before stepping up to popular DIY'er brands as Ryobi and then moving on to the higher tier DeWalt, Milwaukee, etc.

      A lot of small business contractors I have met in the past year use them with some of the reasons:
      * lighter and/or smaller than the higher end tools
      * good for smaller jobs
      * not a theft magnet
      * very cheap batteries and chargers
      * for those on a budget it is easy to build a system of tools
      * 5 year warranty
      * there is a Bunnings almost everywhere

      I use a mix of DeWalt for heavier tasks and cheaper brands for small jobs and if I was starting all over again and looking to replace the latter I would probably looking at Bosch Green (for the adapters) and Ozito compacts and brushless (for cheap brushless, batteries, support) during store sales. Have a look at past deal posts as there are a lot of comments on the usability of some of the power tools and which are good and which are not.

    • I have a number of Ozito which include 2 x 13mm drill driver, LED work light, Brad nailer, brushless hammer drill, brushless impact driver and a mower.

      Out of all of them the little nailer is the one i think I should have left at Bunnings.

      • Why?

        • -1

          It's ok for staples but half the time it won't drive the nail in

      • +1

        The little nailer is good, but is obviously doesn't do larger nails. You need to put some effort into it though, you can't just put it there and let it go, you have to support the back of it. I have it and it is great. Did most of my chicken coop wiring and the fence surround with it. Love it.

        • It was ok with the 25mm nails that came with it but not with the 32mm nails.

          Yes you are right about needing to put some effort into it.

          It has it's uses but I wouldn't buy another one

    • Ozito is more for your Home Brand and DIYer. But I cannot fault them, I have most of the Ozito stuff and its great. Not using it full time, but for the weekend work and home stuff it does the job.

      I've got the power tools and some of the garden stuff.

      I look at it and go, it is cheap so it if last 2 years and then I need to buy a new one, I am still in front compared to buying a larger brand like Dewalt or Bosch.

  • Can i build cabinets just with these tools?

  • So conflicted. Been waiting to for a ryobi set deal to get.into the DIY tool space, however, seems such low likelihood they will go on sale. maybe I should just pull the trigger one this instead.

    • I can't remember where I read it… might have been here… but someone reviewed the budget power tool brands, and they found that Ozito was the best of the bunch.

      My Kogan ones are still okay. But once they go, I'll Ozito.

    • I doubt you will notice the difference between Ryobi and Ozito.

    • +1

      Although the ryobi tools are a bit better quality, the design of the battery means it will always be quite bulky. Not so bad when it can be integrated into the handle but things like sanders and router it can be quite cumbersome.

    • +1

      You can definitely get some good value Ryobi kits, but they can be hard to find depending on what you consider to be "good value".

      Ryobi do promo kits usually around Xmas and Fathers day, and even started doing them for black Friday (soon!). But often they are still pricey, though always cheaper than buying stuff separately.

      The real bargains are when the promo sets get marked down after being discontinued. This is where you have to keep an eye out and be lucky. The mark downs are not er-store, and most often the prices don't change on the powerpass app.

  • The sliding mitre saw kit was tempting but for the sake of getting a higher quality tool when precision is required I spent the extra to get one of the last of the Bosch 18V Professional 216mm Biturbo Brushless Mitre Saw 0601B41040 for $599 with the 12.0Ah Procore battery and fast charger redemption from Bosch.

  • Jobsworth in Alexandria refused to price match.

  • Does anyone know if this is still discounted?

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