Bunnings

Sign in or sign up

No Bunnings account? Sign up

Project list

Sign in to your account

A person using a cordless cultivator machine in the garden.
Take charge of projects around the house and garden with the power and flexibility of Ozito’s PXC 18V/36V range.

 

Power play

The Ozito PXC range makes it easier to get the job done, whether it’s a home maintenance task, a tough job around the home or yard, or a D.I.Y. passion project

On the go

The days of being tethered by a power cord are over. Lithium-ion technology enables you to enjoy the flexibility, safety and ease of a cordless tool, but with the get-the-job-done power of a corded device. And with Ozito PXC, you won’t have to fork out for a pricey battery for each tool – no matter how much power you need (18V or 36V for the bigger tasks), all your Ozito PXC tools can be run off the same battery platform.

Charge up the battery and pop it in your tool. When you switch jobs – from cultivating the soil to trimming the hedges, for example – you can change the battery over to the next tool and keep on working without missing a beat.

Double or nothing

You might have started out with a core kit of 18V essentials but, as your needs change, so do your power requirements. Perhaps you’ve upgraded to a bigger house or garden, or taken your woodworking hobby to the next level. If so, it’s time to power up to a selection of 36V tools.

Thanks to Ozito’s innovative PXC Twin Pack technology, you can do it without having to shell out for a whole new set of batteries. This ingenious system offers double the power in the one platform, allowing you to pair two 18V batteries to deliver 36V power, giving you extra grunt for the toughest jobs.

This battery system is the backbone of your toolshed. Building on the basic battery and charger kit, you can add more skins (tools sold without the battery and charger) as your D.I.Y. needs expand. For example, imagine you have an Ozito PXC 36V Mower already, but you’re ready to take your lawn to the next level. Using the same PXC 18V batteries, you can give your lawn some professional-grade TLC with the Ozito PXC 36V Brushless Scarifier, or banish leaf litter with the Ozito PXC 36V Brushless Jet Blower.

In the workshop, you can use your two existing PXC 18V batteries to elevate your timber tinkering with a PXC 36V Table Saw or PXC 36V Sliding Mitre Saw. There are more than 80 PXC tool and garden products that operate from the one battery platform so, no matter what project you’ve got planned around the home and garden, Ozito has got you covered. (And they all come with a five-year replacement warranty.)

Sliding mitre saw cutting piece of timber.

You have the power

The Ozito PXC 18V battery system gives you the power to run an entire shed of compatible tools, but there are even more ways to play it your way. With a range of different size batteries and chargers available – all of which are compatible with PXC tools – you can build your base kit around your needs and budget.

Batteries range from 2.0Ah to 5.2Ah (larger batteries mean a longer working time), while charger options include standard, fast charging and multi-battery chargers. All batteries and chargers are covered by a three-year replacement warranty.

Brushless chainsaw cutting through wood of tree.

Keep in mind...

  • Safety tip: Always wear the appropriate safety equipment (safety glasses, gloves, ear muffs and a mask, for example) and always follow the instructions for the product or equipment.
  • Some products are not available at all Bunnings stores, but may be ordered.

For more garden and house tools...

Check out the rest of our Ozito range.



Photo Credit: Ozito

Health & Safety

Please make sure you use all equipment appropriately and safely when following the advice in these D.I.Y. videos. You need to be familiar with how to use equipment safely and follow the instructions that came with the equipment. If you are unsure, you may feel it is safest to consult an expert, such as the manufacturer or an expert Bunnings Team Member.

Grave health hazards are linked to asbestos, which may be in homes built up to 1990. Health hazards may result from exposure to lead-based paints in older materials and copper chromium arsenic (CCA) treated timber. For information on the dangers of asbestos, lead-based paint and CCA treated timber and tips for dealing with these materials contact your local council's Environmental Health Officer. You can also use a simple test kit from Bunnings to indicate the presence of lead-based paint.