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ryobi one+ trimmer/router

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http://www.oneplustools.com/rotary/p600
got mine today will do a reveiw when i have finnished playing with it :grin: :thumbright:
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Hello Big Al

How did you get on with the Ryobi cordless trimmer?

and, where can I get one from?
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Hi Gareth - I may have one for sale - Brand new and unused, plus a charger and battery if you are looking for one.
Bought it and not sure if I will ever use it :oops:
I went to a bookstore and asked the saleswoman, "Where's the self-help section?"
She said if she told me, it would defeat the purpose.
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heeelllooo gareth and welcome :grin: :grin: :grin:

i got mine from ebay
would suspect thats where hoovies will finnish up so why not save half the ebay and pay pall costs and make hoovie an offer :wink:
i will let you know exactly what i paid for the naked tool then you will know the going rate on e bay :wink:
remember now they wanted £65 +7 postage offerd £67 including postage that was accepted


fantastic bit of kit thought it would be very light duty but in actual fact its equivilent to say a 300w router so needs twice the passes willcut normal edge moulding in one pass as long as it isnt a monster size

the one handed operation takes a bit of getting used to
the lack off cables is brilliant
there is no fence but a batton and 2 clamps will cure that

there is no plunge just depth adjustment

accepts 1/4" cutters
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I really did buy mine with the intention of using it myself after your comments after your initial buy, BA, but really don't know if I will get round to it (I bought myself a mains router also which hasn't been used yet :oops: - can't justify two unused things like that as a DIYer :cb ).

Would be good to let Gareth know the going rate - absolutely do not want to inflate the cost :thumbright:
I went to a bookstore and asked the saleswoman, "Where's the self-help section?"
She said if she told me, it would defeat the purpose.
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Hoovie wrote:I really did buy mine with the intention of using it myself after your comments after your initial buy, BA, but really don't know if I will get round to it (I bought myself a mains router also which hasn't been used yet :oops: - can't justify two unused things like that as a DIYer :cb ).

Would be good to let Gareth know the going rate - absolutely do not want to inflate the cost :thumbright:
amended post with the amount =£67 naked deliverd :thumbright:

and i have several router preset for varios tasks :thumbright:
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