Ryobi buffer with B&Q club membership for £40
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Ryobi buffer with B&Q club membership for £40

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Found 13th Dec 2017Edited by:"turner.brown"
just add any item over £1 and you will get a £10 discount on buff
amazon have price matched B&Q at £49 and still priced in store at £75
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Original Poster
why so cold its the cheapest I could find anywhere
Maybe the people that have bought one in the past are voting it cold. Mine is sitting next to the vac on a garage shelf which is equally useless.
turner.brown46 m ago

why so cold its the cheapest I could find anywhere


I know it's not how voting should work, but I'm guessing that people probably see £40 plus the considerable cost of a battery not too much of a bargain for a non-essential, limited novelty use (for many) item.
Edited by: "SuffolkLad222" 13th Dec 2017
Original Poster
I guess but for people that have Ryobi stuff its cheap and usually £70
according to camel camel camel this is the cheapest its ever been
Edited by: "turner.brown" 13th Dec 2017
turner.brown8 h, 43 m ago

why so cold its the cheapest I could find anywhere


A lot of people on here vote cold, not because it isn’t a good deal, but because it doesn’t suit them personally.
Edited by: "o3mar" 14th Dec 2017
Ryobi tools are cheap - but not a bargain, as we have found that they break, or don't perform well. Thus a waste of money
I have one of these, got it on an amazon deal for about £40.
It's main problem is that it is too big. A smaller buffing surface would make it much better.
I voted up because it's a good price.
I guess a lot of people think it's a bad item.
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