Multipurpose electric tool with a 12-Amp high torque motor. Features 3 different cutting depths and an assist grip for both hands. Keeps plug from falling out. Offers precise edging with a built-in guide.
May have issues working after a few months.
Wheeled edger and 12-inch trimmer with a rechargeable 20-volt battery. Weighs 5.5 pounds. Features an instant-feed spool and adjustable handle. Has 2 wheels. Height adjustable and the head tilts 90 degrees.
The provided trimming spool may not last as long as other available options.
Combination tool edges, trims, and mows with a push-button instant-feed spool. Includes 2 20-volt batteries and a charger. Handle can be set to 7 different positions and the head has 6 adjustment settings.
Battery may take a while to charge.
Plug-in edger with a 12-amp motor. Has 2 rear wheels and an additional front wheel offering different blade positions. Handle is height adjustable and has a slot for the cord. Blade is 7.5 inches and cuts on both sides.
May be lacking in durability.
Plug-in mower, trimmer, and edger in 1 tool. Weighs 9.9 pounds. Cuts 12 inches wide and 1.6 inches high. Features an adjustable handle and height and an instant-feed spool. Has an enhanced transmission.
Uses spool line instead of blades for the mower function.
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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.