Ryobi OLM1833H ONE+ 18 V Cordless Lawnmower £99 @ Amazon (Prime Day)
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Ryobi OLM1833H ONE+ 18 V Cordless Lawnmower £99 @ Amazon (Prime Day)

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Found 16th JulEdited by:"Helpful567"
Previously went hot at £114.99 on amazon

This is £99 today

This is an electric cordless lawnmower

Please note that you will need to purchase a battery and battery charger separately (unless you already have ryobi one + batteries which you are using for other tools)

The batteries and chargers are also on sale at the moment on amazon although one the hotukdealers below has commented that they have used non-official ryobi batteries on this mower.
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How long would a 5.0ah battery last in this?
I have the 36v and think it's great! I have quite a large garden and it cuts twice on one charge including small front garden
1616french20 m ago

How long would a 5.0ah battery last in this?


I do my front and back lawn - about 30 mins. Then use the ryobi cordless strimmer with the same battery for another 20 mins or so. I only use half charge.
Fantastic lawnmower. Really like it. I have a third party battery 5mha that works just as well as the official one.
Chalb08 m ago

I do my front and back lawn - about 30 mins. Then use the ryobi cordless …I do my front and back lawn - about 30 mins. Then use the ryobi cordless strimmer with the same battery for another 20 mins or so. I only use half charge.


Is this a 5A battery that are you using for them both?

I have just ordered this mower and the cordless strimmer which comes with a 2A battery (& charger) included
Edited by: "Helpful567" 16th Jul
I returned mine as the motor burnt out, the 18V ended up not being powerful enough, luckily it was in April, one month before the warranty ran out. Bearing in mind we had used it for 5 months. Plus make sure you don't drain the battery and leave it un charged for a period of time. We ended up buying the 40V flymo version. Which is awesome.
Still tempted but worried it isn't powerful enough at only 18v.
If you're worried about power, shouldn't you be looking for petrol?
2wheeelz52 m ago

If you're worried about power, shouldn't you be looking for petrol?


I have three Ryobi batteries, one is 5.0ah which would power this no problem.
Just worried when I'm reading some buyers have experienced burnt out motors.
I get about 35-40 minutes out of a full charge on mine. It's great if you do the lawn regularly but it really isn't powerful enough for anything long or vaguely damp. That said it is so easy, light and quick to use that keeping the lawn down isn't an issue and not having to faff about with a cable is great.

I paid under £100 for mine with the battery (pretty sure it was a deal on here a year or so ago) from Argos and all in all I'm pleased with it.
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