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Uses a 2 ampere hour battery (not included) that supports up to an hour on a full charge. DigiPro brushless motors. Gas-equivalent performance. 26-inch laser-cut steel blades. Delivers power without the stink of gas and oil.
22 inches of cutting blade is less than stated 26 inches. Heavy.
2.7-amp electric motor. 18-inch dual-action steel blade. Good maneuverability. 3/8-inch cutting capacity. Works well on bushes and shrubs. Cord lock prevents accidental unplugging. Works on pampas grass and other weeds and tall grasses.
Does not work well on branches over 1/4 inches thick.
Uses a G-MAX 2 ampere hour, 40V Li-ion battery system powers, which is compatible with other Greenworks tools. Comes with charger. 20-inch steel dual action blade. Shaft extension: 6 feet 6 inches. 5/8-inch cutting capacity. Pivoting head adjusts to 3 positions for high, low, and hard to reach angles.
Must push 3 levers to make run. Shaft is weak.
Uses a G-MAX 2 ampere hour 40V Li-ion battery. Battery compatible with other Greenworks tools. Charger included with battery. 180-degree rotating rear handle makes it comfortable to trim at different angles. 24-inch dual action steel blade. Blade offers reduced vibration. 2/3-inch cutting capacity. Works on bushes and hedges. Solid performer.
Cutting action starts to have difficulty with branches about 1 inch thick. Lower strokes per minute produces rough cut on bushes.
Uses 2 ampere hour 24V lithium-Ion battery that is compatible with indoor and outdoor tools in the Greenworks line. Includes battery and charger. 180-degree rotating rear handle lets you adjust to multiple cutting angles. 22-inch dual-action steel blade. Aluminum rail cover for storage protects blade. 5/8-inch cutting capacity. Works on bushes and hedges.
Cutting can be slow. Complaints about the battery.
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