12 amp high torque motor. Pull-up edge guide easily sets the power tool to edging or trenching. 3-position blade depth adjustment. Cord retention helps from unplugging from extension cord when in use. Comes with additional heavy-duty replacement blade.
Difficult to use on a narrow curb.
The manual recoil fuel deliver system makes the machine easy to start. 5 depth positions cut up to 2" deep. Blade angle adjusts +/- 15 degrees to help create bevel edges. Sturdy metal frame and blade guard.3-point blade. Adjustable front and rear wheels. 4 stroke engine.
Engine was not strong enough for some users.
Variable speed control. Set a slower speed for longer run time. Command Feed spool system to control line feed during operation. MAX Lithium power with battery indicator. Cutting head pivots 90° for adjusting between trimming and edging, and other tasks. Inline wheeled edging. Easily cuts through brush.
Issues with the cutting line breaking. Battery does not last long enough for some users' satisfaction.
Transitions from trimmer to wheeled edger with a few adjustments. Adjustable height with more length for taller users. 7 handle and 6 rotating head positions. Instant line feeding with Command Feed Spool. Extra spool holder on tool. 2 20V power share batteries. Adjustable spacer guard to control where trimmer cuts and protect flowers and ornaments. Rubberized twin wheel set for use with edger.
Battery takes a long time to charge. Can be awkward to use.
12 Amp motor. 7.5" double-edged blade. Spring assist front wheel for variable blade depth. Cord lock mechanism helps keep extension cord plugged in while in use. Good for cutting fresh sod.
Some users have not been happy with the durability and quality of the guard.
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Maybe you have a little more edging to do than the average homeowner. Maybe you prefer not to have sore shoulders and quaking muscles after a day of yard work. In either case, it may be time to consider a wheeled edger. You'll want to find one that is built tough, has an adjustable blade, is easy to start, and has a debris protector to keep you from being showered with dirt, twigs, and rocks. With a four-stroke engine, you won't need to premix oil and gasoline, so it's a less messier process. A three-wheel model is acceptable, but if you're going to be doing work on curbs, consider an edger with an extra wheel to help you balance and guide the machine.
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