It’s Free At Last was recently given the chance to receive and review a Ryobi Hybrid 18V Lithium Edger/Trimmer, be sure to check out my full review HERE.
Cordless and Electric. The Ryobi Hybrid Trimmer is the trimmer that never runs out of power.
This unique trimmer is the newest member of the ONE+™ 18V tool family; that means that it will work with any Ryobi 18V battery, and it includes an 18V Li-ion battery that will power any Ryobi 18V tool. The most unique thing about the Ryobi Hybrid is the dual power source. Aside from the battery, this trimmer is also electric – so you can use the battery OR an extension cord. This means you have unlimited power for jobs closer to home, and cordless mobility for jobs beyond. So whether you’re using the fade-free lithium battery or the electric port, this trimmer will never run out of power. On top of that, Ryobi backs this trimmer with convenient features like adjustable cut-width edger capability and an outstanding 3 year warranty.
Ryobi has been generous enough to offer one fan the chance to win one of their very own!
Teaming up with a team of great bloggers, enter for your chance to win.
Giveaway will be open to U.S. Residents, ages 18+ years old. Giveaway ends on 7/16/13, at 11:59pm (ET). Simply follow the Rafflecopter form below for your chance to win. Good Luck
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