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Black & Decker LE750 Edge Hog 2-1/4 HP Electric Landscape Edger
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- Boasts of an 11 amp high-torque motor that can tackle tough overgrowth and create clean-looking trench
- Pull-up edge guide converts from edger to landscape trencher
- It offers built-in cord retention keeps extension cord secure
- Tool-free assembly is quick and hassle-free
- Can help transform your yard and increase curb appeal
- 11 Amp, 2-1/4 HP motor supplies 150 in./lbs. of torque
- Three-position blade depth adjustment ensures optimum control
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The first time I used it, it did take a while. Mind you I was removing alot of grass and dirt that needed to be scraped away and cleaned up. It goes slowly the first time, but don't be discouraged. What took 3-4 hours the first time, took 20 minutes the second time and even less the third. Once you get it under control it is very easy to maintain a clean edge with this tool. The cleanup the first time is really the worst part after than you can use a blower to clean up.
Since you really don't need to edge every time you mow, I didn't want to buy a gas edger. I tried edging with my string trimmer, but once it gets out of hand you really need an edger to do the job properly.
This edger is quiet, light and easy to clean. It is so easy to use and push that you do need to be careful to stay on your line. It is a little too easy to get off the line and this unit will just slice away at your lawn.
Once general piece of edging advice. When you are removing alot of material, it is much easier to edge a dry lawn than a wet one. Removing 3-4 inches of wet dirt is not easy, but this unit was up to the task. It was just alot easier and faster when it was dry.
Unless you are doing an entire golf course, this edger is more than adequate for any home. You will not be disappointed.
Overall, the price, was attractive. The other option I considered was a gas edger. They are more priceyfrom Sears. Even more options are using a shovel or a hand edger wheel, or not doing any edging at all. The shovel is not such a bad option for someone who has plenty of time and muscle, but either does not want to buy an edger, or does not like technology.
The included instructions were sub-standard. They do not give any useful information, and include no photographs. I would call them "Don't jump into a pool with the edger running" instructions.
Despite the poor instructions, I found the device itself powerful, and easy to use. The drop-down guide was very helpful in following the sidewalk and curb of my suberban home. I found that the suggested setting of one inch was not good, as the turf itself was thicker than that, above the sidewalk, where it had overgrown for many years. Using one of the deeper settings was better, in that the guide was able to contact the edge of the sidewalk at this setting. One of the few suggestions in the instructions was to start the motor, then set it into the work. This made no sense, as was not practical. The best way to get started is to use a shovel to find the true edge of the sidewalk, and edge about six inches by hand. Then, using this area to get the guide started, follow along the edge of the sidewalk. After you have gone about one hundred feet, you get the hang of it. You want to keep pressure against the guide so that the unit sparks just a little on the first pass. Otherwise, it may wander off the line. Once you have made the first cut of the season, it is then much easier to edge.Read more ›
I've used the Edge Hog a few times when the grass has grown over the walk so much that the edger has to chew through half an inch or more of thatch, but it never balked. During a job like that you do have to open it up and clean around the blade a few times (UNPLUG it first), but it only takes a moment. I also think it's easier to clean up after the edger than a string trimmer and you don't have to worry as much about flying debris.
When edging a walk, it can take a bit of care to ensure that the blade doesn't strike the concrete; I wish the guide was a bit larger to make that easier, but after a little practice you get the hang of it.
You may only need this edger once or twice a year, but it takes the drudgery out of what used to be a dreaded chore.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works great. the only con I can think of if you're left handed, it will be hard to use.Published 3 days ago by Trixter
Pretty strong! I use it as a starter for my yard that haven't edge for 2+yrs.
The grass in our state usually grew taller than the sidewalk 4-6", so these can't go that... Read more
The unit works very well and is light enough to maneuver around curves. The adjustable depth is a good featurePublished 16 days ago by Bernie D
After buying a new house, this edger worked wonders to clean up the driveway edges. It has a powerful motor and it paid for itself after a few uses. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Anthony