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RYOBI ONE+ 18V Hedge Trimmer & Line Trimmer Kit £77 @ Homebase
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RYOBI ONE+ 18V Hedge Trimmer & Line Trimmer Kit £77 @ Homebase

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Posted 17th JulAvailable: National

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Ryobi ONE+ 18V Cordless Hedge Trimmer + Line Trimmer Twin Pack contains an ergonomic 45cm Hedge Trimmer and a lightweight, ultra-compact Line Trimmer, along with a 1.3Ah battery and charger. The Hedge Trimmer with 18mm cutting capacity is perfect for small hedges, whilst the 25cm Line Trimmer will deal with all your lawn edges without the need for the cord. The 1.3Ah ONE+ 18V battery allows up to 300m of edging or 150m of hedge cutting from just one charge, is compatible with all power and garden tools in the ONE+ system and takes just 50 minutes to charge.

Two ONE+ Garden Products for small gardens
ONE+ 18V 1.3Ah Battery is compatible with over 70 garden and power tool products
45cm Hedge Trimmer is perfect for small hedges
25cm Line Trimmer for efficient grass and weed cutting
Compact charger with 50 minutes charge time

Seems to be a good deal. Individually they cost £89 + £69
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Good deal if you want both items.
Battery is quite small, you won't get much use out of it
Very limited availability, most stores didn't stock this item in the first place.
Carlisle and Worle have stock
Homebase clearance
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BTW...Not knocking for posting, decent deal if you can find one even when I have reserved I usually get a call a few hours later saying its a display item, with no manuals / box or the lead has "been cut off".
Edited by: "glenns" 17th Jul
I have found Ryobi cordless tools to be hopeless. I used too have a big kit but sold it all. I found the batteries would allow you to over discharge (there should be a protection circuit that prevents this) and then you can't charge the battery again. Also had a Ryobi petrol strimmer that also have up the ghost early in its life. Personally I have not been impressed by Ryobi. For cordless I use Bosch professional now which are in a different league (but also more expensive). Maybe Ryobi have improved but I personally would not buy their stuff again - false economy IMO.
JimmyFiveO17/07/2019 15:00

I have found Ryobi cordless tools to be hopeless. I used too have a big …I have found Ryobi cordless tools to be hopeless. I used too have a big kit but sold it all. I found the batteries would allow you to over discharge (there should be a protection circuit that prevents this) and then you can't charge the battery again. Also had a Ryobi petrol strimmer that also have up the ghost early in its life. Personally I have not been impressed by Ryobi. For cordless I use Bosch professional now which are in a different league (but also more expensive). Maybe Ryobi have improved but I personally would not buy their stuff again - false economy IMO.


Got 7 cheap 5.5-6ma batteries have 6 on charge using the 6 way charger at all times. Have 15 tools. Best DIY purchases I've ever made.
Good deal if you can seal it
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Love the Ryobi tools. Never had an issue and purchased a few second hand

Have the strimmer but no need for the trimmer
Edited by: "Derek_Dymond" 17th Jul
Two different tools & just one miserable 18v battery included...pathetic! Typical Homebase "deal"...
glenns17/07/2019 15:00

Homebase clearance [Image] BTW...Not knocking for posting, …Homebase clearance [Image] BTW...Not knocking for posting, decent deal if you can find one even when I have reserved I usually get a call a few hours later saying its a display item, with no manuals / box or the lead has "been cut off".


Not knocking your post but as it's cordless having the lead cut off should not be a issue to worry yourself about peace out
JimmyFiveO17/07/2019 15:00

I have found Ryobi cordless tools to be hopeless. I used too have a big …I have found Ryobi cordless tools to be hopeless. I used too have a big kit but sold it all. I found the batteries would allow you to over discharge (there should be a protection circuit that prevents this) and then you can't charge the battery again. Also had a Ryobi petrol strimmer that also have up the ghost early in its life. Personally I have not been impressed by Ryobi. For cordless I use Bosch professional now which are in a different league (but also more expensive). Maybe Ryobi have improved but I personally would not buy their stuff again - false economy IMO.


They're picking on you - it must be personal!
How long ago was this btw?
JimmyFiveO17/07/2019 15:00

I have found Ryobi cordless tools to be hopeless. I used too have a big …I have found Ryobi cordless tools to be hopeless. I used too have a big kit but sold it all. I found the batteries would allow you to over discharge (there should be a protection circuit that prevents this) and then you can't charge the battery again. Also had a Ryobi petrol strimmer that also have up the ghost early in its life. Personally I have not been impressed by Ryobi. For cordless I use Bosch professional now which are in a different league (but also more expensive). Maybe Ryobi have improved but I personally would not buy their stuff again - false economy IMO.


I’m super pleased with my little eco system

drill leaf blower mower lights all work amazingly with my 6 batteries.

No probs So far after a couple of years of starting the collection.

When did you start having issues?
In fairness the kit was bought in the USA when I lived there for a couple of years about 10 years ago. To be balanced, I also have a 110v Ryobi router that has lasted. I also have a 110v Ryobi portable table saw that has lasted.

Most of the premium brand tools I have bought have lasted. The runt of my tool collection is a dirt cheap Titan (Screwfix) heavy duty drill that I have abused shamlessly drilling 2 foot deep bang holes in limestone caves, that keeps running despite all the odds. On balance again, the Titan electric chainsaw was a complete joke was the chain kept derailing.....

I also had a Makita drill that crapped out very early.

The brand's I tend to favour now are DeWalt, Bosch professional and Stihl. My budget Stihl chainsaw had been used heavily for over 20 years and still runs sweet. I wood turn so my chainsaw sees a fair amount of use.

I tend too think with tools you get what you pay for but there are a few budget gems.

C
Picked up today from Harlow they have 7 in stock!(highfive)
drdevil133117/07/2019 18:03

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Riverside don’t have any. I’m keen for Ryobi tools so keep and eye out and that’s my local store. They often say they have stock and don’t. I check this, drill set and a chainsaw, “all in stock and reserved” only to get a phone call saying the website is wrong
Release...the release the geese comments(shock)
Derek_Dymond17/07/2019 19:05

Love the Ryobi tools. Never had an issue and purchased a few second …Love the Ryobi tools. Never had an issue and purchased a few second handHave the strimmer but no need for the trimmer


Did you buy them of Jimmy by any chance?
As ever with homebase waste of time reserved - they called to say oos
Edited by: "hebangsthedrums" 18th Jul
Managed to get one at litchfield. Great hedge trimmer. Not used strimmer yet but feels solid and is fairly lightweight.
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