Choose the Ryobi 780W rebate planer and get accurate, clean cuts and a smoother finish on your woodworking jobs.
This tool features an adjustable depth of cut from 0mm to 3mm with a maximum planing width of 82mm and a maximum rebate depth of 12mm, while the soft grip handle allows for comfortable use. Its durable steel base and rear-mounted kickstand helps keep this tool sturdy and safe to use.
A left or right chip exhaust with included dust bag keeps your workplace clean and free of dust and chips. That's not all, though - this tool also comes with two quality blades included and a heap of handy features:
- Adjustable cutting depth from 0mm to 3mm
- Steel planning base with chamfering groove
- Side fence and onboard wrench storage
- Left and right chip exhaust with dust bag included
Like all Ryobi power tools, this rebate planer meets our exceptionally high standards for engineering and manufacturing, meaning you can have confidence it will meet your expectations for performance and safety.
To get a 780W rebate planer, or to check out Ryobi's range of quality woodworking tools, head in to your nearest Bunnings Warehouse today.
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780W Rebate Planer is rated
Rated 2 out of
Bit of a let-down
Now, I'm not here to rubbish Ryobi, as I still have a One+ drill and driver set that I bought years ago and has never let me down. I'm just a DIYer, but I expected a lot more from Ryobi in this instance given the experience in the past. It didn't stop me from buying a Ryobi trim router last weekend, but that's a different story. However, the planer was quite the let-down.
I bought the planer from Bunnings two weeks ago and got to planing some boards right away. The main reason I bought it over the Ozito planer was the 4 year warranty and the multi-directional dust bag. Plus, having a 3mm cut depth was greater than any other planer available.
At first it seemed to go ok, as I was taking small bits (ie 0.5mm) off the top of some old and cupped boards so that I could flatten them out. However, I started to notice that the actual cut was not level. If I was planing from right to left, the front of the cut (ie the right side of the planer) was deeper than the left side, so it was not planing level. As I planed more, the depth difference was really noticeable, as I could look at the end of the board and really see that it was not planed level. I had a look at the blades in the barrel and noticed that they were not parallel to the front plate (ie they were out about 0.5 mm from the left to the right, as measured with digital calipers). It may not seem like a lot, but with a few passes, it will make the problem worse. I took it back to Bunnings, along with an example board and my calipers to show them. They got another new Ryobi planer off the shelf and we found that it too had the same problem with the blades not being parallel to the front plate (ie out by at least 0.5 mm). The tool shop guy said that it looks like a bad batch and he'd get back to the Ryobi rep about this. In the meantime, he grabbed another brand planer (more expensive) and had a look at the front plate. This time, the blades were bang-on parallel to the front plate. Therefore, I had to spend more to get a planer that didn't have the problem the Ryobi planer did (I was fully refunded though). Although it was a bit more expensive, it was a trade-level brand with a six year warranty, sturdy carry case and extra set of blades.
Sorry Ryobi, but I really felt let down by your planer.
Date published: 2018-10-15
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