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Ryobi 18v Cordless Hedge Trimmer (Naked) £29.34 delivered @ CBS Powertools

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This doesn't include batteries but if you already own a Ryobi One+ series with batteries this is a handy edition at a good price. Ryobi 18v Cordless Hedge Trimmer Model Specifications No l…
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
This doesn't include batteries but if you already own a Ryobi One+ series with batteries this is a handy edition at a good price.

Ryobi 18v Cordless Hedge Trimmer

Model Specifications

No load speed:
Max cutting capacity: 10mm
Charge time: 1 hour
Weight: 2.3kg

Included as standard

Blade sheath

Features

Accepts 18v One Plus battery (sold separately)
450mm blade length
Double edge, double acting blade
Front blade guard
10mm cutting capacity
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#1
Expensive when you gotta pay another £34.25 for the battery
You can get it for £58.95 with 2 batterys at other stores
http://www.tooled-up.com/Product.asp?PID=146474
banned#2
with no batts which are the most expensive part of any battery operated tool this is cold
#3
fragaliciousbob
with no batts which are the most expensive part of any battery operated tool this is cold

The motor will be cold on this trimmer as well :whistling:
banned#4
Fanimal
The motor will be cold on this trimmer as well :whistling:


true story :)
#5
As I stated in my first posting if you already own a Ryobi one+ series tool you will already have the batteries as one battery fits all products. This posting was aimed at existing Ryobi One+ owners , This hedge trimmer without batteries costs over £40 delivered normally.

Originally I bought the strimmer starter pack from here for £65 delivered (all starter kits in this series include two nicad batteries). I added this hedge cutter later as I didn't need more batteries.

It is ideal for me as I have a 120ft garden (2 extension leads to do it) and a 30 ft private hedge.

Each nicad battery holds a 45 minute charge and takes 1 hour to charge. They are a lot lighter than the petrol versions as well.

there are other products in the range here and you only need to buy the product as you already will have batteries.

I believe these batteries work with there power tool range as well but can't confirm this as i don't own any of their power tools
#6
I have both Ryobi garden products (branch cutter) and a few of the One series of power tools - The batteries are exactly the same. If you want to splash the cash you can even get NiMH batteries.
#7
Here we go people voting cold and for no valid reason. Please if you are voting cold list where you can find this product cheaper please.

Dont vote it cold because it doesn't have a battery if you own A Ryobi One+ series already you will know this product is a part of a series where batteries are interchangable. So if you already own say a strimmer in this series you will already have a battery for it that is why they sell products in this series without batteries.

If you want a Ryobi one product with a battery search for Ryobi One+ Starter Kit (you get 2 batteries supplied).

It would be like me voting say a Kenwood Chef add on utensil cold that is cheap because I don't own one and it would be no use to me. Why would I????? :roll:
#8
RobinA
I have both Ryobi garden products (branch cutter) and a few of the One series of power tools - The batteries are exactly the same. If you want to splash the cash you can even get NiMH batteries.


Agreed about Ryobi tools. I also have a number of Ryobi One+ tools and they're very good. Do you mean 'Li Ion' batteries?

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