4-in-1 Landscaping Multi-Tool £159.99 @ Screwfix
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4-in-1 Landscaping Multi-Tool £159.99 @ Screwfix

£159.99£189.9916%Screwfix Deals
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Found 15th Apr
I had been looking for a Ryobi multi-tool to try and tame the garden this year, but after some searching it appears they don’t do a 4-in-1 any more and it’s now a 3-in-1.

So I found this bad boy, looks like what I’m after and currently on sale too.
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Aldi have one for sale. Comes with a 3 years warranty for only £129.99. Pretty good reviews too.

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aj19852 h, 12 m ago

Aldi have one for sale. Comes with a 3 years warranty for only £129.99. …Aldi have one for sale. Comes with a 3 years warranty for only £129.99. Pretty good reviews too.https://www.aldi.co.uk/gardenline-4-in-1-multi-garden-tool/p/082617197259300?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIkaixx5y82gIVbbvtCh2eUgv9EAQYASABEgJKd_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CKz3iMmcvNoCFUUy0wodI20FGA


I have the Aldi one. It's brilliant. Would go for that all day long. Had it for 3years now and never lets me down. I have a jungle of a garden but by time I've used this once a year it turns it into a tidy garden.
aj19852 h, 19 m ago

Aldi have one for sale. Comes with a 3 years warranty for only £129.99. …Aldi have one for sale. Comes with a 3 years warranty for only £129.99. Pretty good reviews too.https://www.aldi.co.uk/gardenline-4-in-1-multi-garden-tool/p/082617197259300?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIkaixx5y82gIVbbvtCh2eUgv9EAQYASABEgJKd_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CKz3iMmcvNoCFUUy0wodI20FGA


I've been tempted by that as we have an enormous garden. However, the listed weight is 14.5kg which sounds a bit much when I've got a slipped disc.
Might want to check out the 1 star reviews before wasting your money on this. Had one last year, the hedge trimmer blade seized up within minutes. To be fair to Screwfix they took it back and got a refund no problems. The woman who served me said they had literally loads of them come back.... Does make you wonder what Titans quality control/assurance is like!
trojan3410 m ago

I have the Aldi one. It's brilliant. Would go for that all day long. Had …I have the Aldi one. It's brilliant. Would go for that all day long. Had it for 3years now and never lets me down. I have a jungle of a garden but by time I've used this once a year it turns it into a tidy garden.


There's a review that says Aldi have changed the equipment. Sounds like it's not as good anymore
repouk47 m ago

There's a review that says Aldi have changed the equipment. Sounds like …There's a review that says Aldi have changed the equipment. Sounds like it's not as good anymore


It does. And there's a review on the Titan one suggesting there was a design problem that was recently resolved..
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vegasbaby1 h, 0 m ago

Might want to check out the 1 star reviews before wasting your money on …Might want to check out the 1 star reviews before wasting your money on this. Had one last year, the hedge trimmer blade seized up within minutes. To be fair to Screwfix they took it back and got a refund no problems. The woman who served me said they had literally loads of them come back.... Does make you wonder what Titans quality control/assurance is like!


This happened on mine too.I called the helpline and they explained how to fix.Take a couple of screws out and get the blades moving again with a screwdriver.Admittedly you shouldn't have to mess about like this on a new machine but it seems like they are sent out with blades too tight.
Other than that it's a great machine.Always starts first time.
I love my one of these. My first one I had to take back after 2 weeks but the replacement has been fine now for over a year and i use it a lot on ~ 2 acres in France including some forest. It's a great buy IF you get a reliable one!
Use one to sort my garden out, I have about 40 conifers and once you try petrol the electric one went in the bin so much faster. They are heavy so waving this about does take some strength though. Just don't leave petrol in it when you're done at the end of summer.
Do you guys sharpen the hedge trimmer? Would love to know how.
I used to have the Ryobi expand-it (started to die after 6 years) but now have this (purchased when on offer at £129) honestly I do prefer my old Ryobi, this one has a longer non extended shaft (please no jokes) which makes it a bit more unwieldily and there is a lot of vibration when using the chainsaw attachment, when the extension shaft is added to the equation this can become almost impossible for those (like my very healthy 73 year old grandfather) to use and quite difficult for me (someone how thinks nothing of carrying 50kg).
Edited by: "Wolfout" 15th Apr
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