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TrimmerPlus LE720 Edger Attachment with Steel Dual-Tip Blade

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  • 7.5-inch edger blade
  • Compatible with most attachment capable units on the market
  • Blade depth up to 2-1/2 inches for deep edging
  • Large guide wheel for easy use
  • 2-year limited warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 36 x 12.5 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
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  • ASIN: B00004R9R1
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  • Item model number: LE720
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,237 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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The Ryobi add-on lawn edger for TrimmerPlus system does everything a regular edger can do, except take up a lot of room and leave your wallet light. The hungry 7-1/2-inch steel blade cuts an edge up to 2-1/2 inches for clean, deep edges along your driveway, sidewalks, and curbs. The wheel is just large enough to offer perfect stability without sacrificing maneuverability. Like all Trimmer Plus attachments, this edger add-on snaps securely onto any gas-powered Trimmer Plus unit with the Click-Link shaft. And when you're done edging, just remove it from the trimmer shaft, and you're ready for a new task: trimming, pruning, hedge trimming, leaf blowing, cultivating, and when the snow flies, even clearing your driveway. This lawn edger attachment comes with Ryobi's 2-year warranty.

Product Description

The final touch for a well manicured lawn
7.5-inch steel blade
TrimmerPlus LE720 Edger Attachment with Steel Dual-Tip Blade

The TrimmerPlus LE720 is an edger with a 7.5-inch steel blade that can reach up to 2.5 inches in depth. A wheel supports the weight and aligns the blade.

Easily align the blade between the lawn and driveway

The add-on TrimmerPlus LE720 lawn edger puts the final touch and edge on a lawn for a manicured look. The boom, blade, and wheel are designed to make aligning the blade between the lawn and driveway easy.

7.5-inch steel blade with Adjustable depth

Edge blade has dual tips to cut quickly and efficiently. Simply loosen the adjustment knob to raise or lower the height of the edger.


Features
  • Dual-tip 7.5-inch steel edger blade and poly guard
  • Adjustable blade reaches depths up to 2.5 inches
  • Angle of boom allows user to easily view cutting path
  • Connects to attachment-capable trimmers, including Troy-Bilt, Remington, and Craftsman
  • Backed by a 2-year limited warranty


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My best friend has a dedicated edger.
T. Campbell
The weak link is the tiny little button tab that fits into one of the four positioning holes on the motor shaft.
Matthew C. Rings
I can edge, mow, trim and blow my lawn much faster than any of my neighbors with the four separate units.
S. Ruffner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By T. Campbell on August 28, 2002
My best friend has a dedicated edger. It's large, expensive, takes up space and can't edge any better than this TrimmerPlus accessory.
I've used mine nearly every week of the lawn mowing seasons for the past two years. My edges look great!
I finally replaced the original blade (well worn after 2 years worth of use). The new models (or replacement blades for your old model) now have a large v-shaped notch (scallop) at the edge of the blade. It makes cutting more efficient than the orignal rectangular blade.
After a few months worth of use I finally did discover (as did several others who've reviewed this item) that it really does work best to walk backward. I find that with this technique I can edge my sidewalks, drive, and curbs in one pass.
If you've not edged before and have overgrown edges (I moved into a new home where the edges hadn't been maintained) it will take longer the first time and requires a slower technique. Move the unit back and forth (like a vacuum cleaner) to nibble & carve away the soil & grass to create a new clean edge. After the initial cut to regain control of my edges, it's a snap to run the edger through once weekly or bi-weekly.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 18, 2000
I just purchased one of these Add-on Lawn Edgers to be used on my 4 cycle 775R and I am very pleased with it! There's lots of edging power, although my first time using it was somewhat time-consuming as I had to dig out the trenches next to the sidewalk. I would think that this should get easier with each use. You get a nice clean cut and don't use up your string, which always seemed to go quickly when hitting the concrete. One note: this edger works better by moving it back and forth rather than a continuous push.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By S. Ruffner on May 9, 2001
The ease of swapping out attachments on my 725 is great! I have edger, cultivator, string trimmer and sawzall/pruner. The edger DOES work better walking backwards, as another reviewer commented. But, it works well forward too if you make little steps (I like a DEEP & sharp edge, which this accomplishes).
I disagree with another reviewer indicating it has too little power. It certainly would bog down if plunged into a deeply overgrown curb, but so would one of the four wheel units. I've never cut lumber or a tree by plunging the saw or chainsaw into the object! Have you?!?
This unit, as any would, requires a little technique on the thick stuff. It has never bogged down on me though. And it is MUCH faster than using the big edgers. I can edge, mow, trim and blow my lawn much faster than any of my neighbors with the four separate units. Although not for ameteurs nor recommended in the manual, I've taken off my guide wheel so I can make an even deeper cut faster!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ian on November 12, 2001
This edger attachment is simply a great investment. Compared to a traditional gas-powered edger, this Ryobi product is light-weight, space-saving and less expensive.
Although it takes a little practice to use, you have to be smarter than the machine. The rudder that guides the edger along the curb or sidewalk can be bothersome the first time you use it, but once you have created a groove for the rudder to ride in, it works great. The wheel can also be deceiving. I find that you don't even need it. If you just let the rudder glide along the edge, the edger blade creates enough upward force as it hits the ground that it seemingly floats down the line.
If you are patient and learn how to use this attachment, I think you too will appreciate its usefulness.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By ulisesl on May 2, 2001
My initial try with the edger was not a very pleasant one. I was using the edger as you would expect, walking forward cutting little by little. I experienced a lot of jams and engine stops. Later I discovered that the thing works wonderfuly better walking backwards. The blade spin works a lot better this way. Once I discovered this, my edging experience has been wonderfull but odd at the same time.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Miller on March 21, 2001
We've used the edger along our driveway and it works beautifully. It makes crisp, clean, deep cuts that are uniform and actually help to prevent the grass re-growth in the areas you use it. Our neighbor owns a lawncare company and has commented on great results we get from using it. My husband has cared for lawns since he was very young, and he knows what works well and what doesn't. Both he and his dad use the edger attachment and love it. The price is just right for what you get in return. The only downfall is that it is very powerful - so if you get careless, it will chip at your driveway because it spins really fast.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "mrbruiser" on December 13, 2000
Before I got the Ryobi, I was edging with a Black & Decker electric edger. The electric B&D has 1.5HP and I know the Ryobi gas engines are rated at about 1HP so I was a little skeptical. My fears were diminished, however, after my 1st use. My 875r 4-cycle seems to have plenty of power to work the blade. I was able to do many areas with a single pass, whereas I always had to work "back & fourth" with the B&D unit. Also, it sure is nice working with gas-- no more extension cords!! When you're done, you can hang it on the wall; taking up less space than a broom.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 29, 2001
I am disappointed in the performance of this edger. It simply is just not very good. Conceptually, it is nice, but in reality it has quite a few problems. For starters, it has what can best be described as a "rudder" that is supposed to travel between the pavement and the grass. Unfortunately this extends way past the wheel and it just basically digs itself in, unless you set the blade depth as deep as it can go (which is difficult for such a small engine). I removed the original small wheel and installed a larger wheel just to get this "rudder" thing up a little. The second problem is that it has a "fender" to prevent stuff from being thrown around. Unfortunately, on thick St. Augustine grass, it hangs up and makes it impossible to advance smoothly and in a straight line.
All in all, this was a huge disappointment. I really like the Ryobi string trimmer. I've been very impressed with it and its design, but don't waste your money on this edger attachment. BUY SOMETHING ELSE!
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