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I've never understood why anyone who takes the effort to maintain their own yard would ever use pre-loaded re-fill spools. It's akin to buying a pre-peeled banana.
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I own the 20 inch snowblower and it does the trick for a medium sized driveway. Bought it on sale for the same price a few months ago.
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I own the 20 inch snowblower and it does the trick for a medium sized driveway. Bought it on sale for the same price a few months ago.
thanks for the review. It looks like a reasonable price.
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Ok, I was gonna buy the cheaper blower, but then saw this one:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi.../202042150


IS it worth it to buy this better blower because of the battery? Or wait for that one to go on sale too? Thanks again!
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Thoughts on the Honda pressure washer versus the usual suspects, Sun Joe etc? Looking for one to use this summer for washing the cars with my $9 foam cannon 🤓

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Thoughts on the Honda pressure washer versus the usual suspects, Sun Joe etc? Looking for one to use this summer for washing the cars with my $9 foam cannon 🤓

Edit: Went ahead and pulled the trigger, TU OP
Did you buy the honda one?
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Did you buy the honda one?
Yeah, after looking at prices of other gas washers it seemed like a good buy
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Any opinions on the 18V string trimmer for 1/2 acre lot?
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I have this trimmer. The re-fill strings are about $5 each and not quite long. If you already have ryobi tools and batteries this is a good way to go.
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I have Ego mower and blower. I was looking to add hedger and trimmer but those are quite expensive. How do Ryobi ones hold up against Ego?
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Any thoughts on the 2 mowers? Have less than a quarter acre lot and don't now very often but would like something.
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Any thoughts on the 2 mowers? Have less than a quarter acre lot and don't now very often but would like something.
I have a corded mower on 1/4 acre and love it for it's light weight and low noise, but the cut widths of those two are pretty small (gas mowers are typically 19-21") and would necessitate a lot more passes and time - a problem somewhat offset by the fact that the electric makes the whole mowing experience much more enjoyable. My corded one is 15 amps and a more tolerable 19".
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I have this trimmer. The re-fill strings are about $5 each and not quite long. If you already have ryobi tools and batteries this is a good way to go.
I've never understood why anyone who takes the effort to maintain their own yard would ever use pre-loaded re-fill spools. It's akin to buying a pre-peeled banana.
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