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Weed Warrior Heavy Duty Brush Cutter 3 Metal Blades Head

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  • Designed to cut brushes and thick weeds.
  • Uses heavy duty metal blades.
  • Fits 99% of all gas straight shaft trimmers.
  • Not tools required.
  • METAL BLADES with a SERRATED edge.
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Weed Warrior Heavy Duty Brush Cutter 3 Metal Blades Head + Weed Warrior (Dsi) 70279 Replacement Brush Cutter Blades + Grass Gator 4690 3-Pack Brush Cutter Blade
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Product Description

Weed Warrior Brush Cutter 3 Blade Head. Weight: 1 lb 3 oz. Padded Flat Rate will work best (the Head on replacement blades if needed will fit in one Flat Rate Padded envelope).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 1 x 10.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001P2MWIA
  • Item model number: WW-BC-3BH
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,205 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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2.9 out of 5 stars

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By I. Cruz on September 26, 2011
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I have a TORO trimmer. This was my second flail head for it. I had tried a competitor's flail head which worked great until the head itself cracked.

I decided I needed a "heavy duty" head. The head was easy to install, but was missing one of the adapters it was supposed to include, but I reused the piece from my previous head so installation was a snap. The directions could use better illustrations though.

I couldn't wait to try the WEED WARRIOR. It was much better made than my previous head. It does what it says. Cuts great, even bushes and small trees don't stand a chance against it! The blades have lasted me about 8-10 hours, I imagine they can go another 4 hours before they will need to be changed. The blades on the competitors head were nylon and they would only last about 30 minutes or less before they needed to be changed. So the metal blades probably last you at least 25X longer than the nylon blades!!

When using this product some neighborhood kids saw how well fast and well this was cutting my brush. They came by to watch. Needless to say I drew a crowd! These are not only effective, but fun to use. Despite the missing adapter and "not so great instructions" I still give this product 5 stars *****
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ldolamore on August 31, 2013
I have a Craftsman (Troy-Bilt) 34cc 4-cycle engine weed whacker with straight shaft that includes easy on/off attachments.
The string trimmer attachment does a good job of clearing light brush if the vegetation is not too hard or woody.
The brush blade attachment, which is 4-blade metal, has never worked well, even after sharpening the blades.
So I decided to try the Weed Warrior head. I removed the brush blade and easily found the appropriate adapter amongst the six variations provided, which in my case was left hand thread adapter #2. The Weed Warrior head was easily attached (no shims needed although three different shims provided) and I completed the change-over in 15 minutes.

I tested the new head in an area that had a combination of wild vegetation:
- tall grass (invasive Chinese Silvergrass)
- blackberries
- young pine trees (up to 4' tall)
- thorny wild rose shrub
- various grasses and tall plants such as queen anne's lace

It took a very short time to realize that the Weed Warrior was superior to my string trimmer and brush blade options. I only had to run the engine at approximately half-throttle to see the Weed Warrior easily slice through all of the vegetation. I experimented with various engine speeds and found no benefit to running full throttle, which is good because I presume that uses less fuel and minimizes wear & tear of my weed whacker. I kept at it for about one hour and cleared an area much more easily and quickly that I had previously been able to do.

Sometimes I would hit a larger piece of wood (3/4" or larger fallen tree branch hidden under grass). The Weed Warrior would not cut that but I noticed the blades, which pivot, sort of absorb the shock by folding back.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marie J. Kelly on July 5, 2014
The ad said they were metal blades, but actually they were plastic blades with metal edges. They don't last long for the work I do with them. I have to have full metal blades. If the ad had said they were plastic with metal edges, which I can get at any hardware store near me, I wouldn't have bought them and saved myself nearly $7.00 by not having to send them back.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Smith on December 24, 2013
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Ok, its better than string in most cases but it is still a light duty device. The body id good but the blades are weak. If they made the blades from all metal, they would stand up better, but they had to use plastic and if you go near a stone....its shatter time. If you are going to use this system, buy a lot of blades because it will cost you.....I will keep looking for the better product.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By joeram on February 18, 2014
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made out of plastic, very flimsy blades, but metal screws holding blade is big and strong.If hub was made of metal and blades were made of metal, it would have been a good product
blades covered with plastic
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I originally bought the Gator 4680 heavy duty head and it cut great for 3 minutes until the plastic housing around the nut stripped and I returned it (see my review). This one arrived and it looks similar but while still plastic, this plastic seems tougher so I put it on my husqvarna 322R and went out to the same briar patch as before. This head cut thru the briar and thorn bushes fairly easily and it did not fail. It did cut some cherry and birch samplings up to 3/4 inch with a pop but I don't think I would recommend it as a heavy duty sampling cutter-- mine is a trimmer after all. I did notice the blades are not sharp like the gator and instead have dull steel edges with bumps along the so called blades. They were OK but I think I liked the sharp gator blades better (probably not interchangeable). So I like the weed warrior for vines and briars which are my major problems, but if you have bigger stuff I suggest you step up to a real brush cutter. Be careful! these start to kick around in brush and kids shouldn't be handling it (strings yes, blades no).
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. W. Tolles on June 28, 2013
I would not recommend this to my worst enemy! The nut that holds the unit to the machine came right through the top of the head in about three hours of use, which caused the head to fly apart. One of the fingers hit my foot. Luckly I was wearing heavy boots! These are junk! If you want one that works go with the Stihl, it works and it lasts.
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