Written on: 16/06/2008
Appears very poor construction, the screws holding the exhaust casing snapped off on my one leaving me with no way to fix it so off it went back to ryobi at my cost for postage had a new one sent back and ever since i have had it i have had trouble staring the thing i tried everything, followed the instructions in the book down to the last letter but it still has starting trouble, in the end i gave up and bought a husqvarna which is much better built and starts with ease every time.
The Ryobi build quality appears to be very poor, even for a budget strimmer i would never buy another one of these, my advice to anyone is if you need a strimmer but one made by Husqvarna or Sthil, they may cost more but there is a very good reason for this, they are made much better and easier to get replacement parts for if you need to.
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