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Greenworks PRO 16-Inch 80V Cordless String Trimmer, 2.0 AH Battery Included ST80L210
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- 16-Inch Cut Path
- Up To 45 Minutes Run-Time with Fully Charged 80V 2Ah Battery (30 Minute Rapid Charger)
- .080-Inch Dual Line Bump Feed Head
- Brushless Motor Provides More Power, Performance, and Durability
- Split Shaft Design Allows For Compact Storage
- Front Mount Design For Superior Balance and Ergonomics
- Includes 80V 2Ah Lithium-Ion Battery (30 Minute Charge Time)
- 4-Year Tool / 2-Year Battery Warranty Protects Your Investment
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|Cutting width||1,600 in||1,600 in||1,400 in||—||—||1,600 in|
|Item Dimensions||7.5 x 65 x 9.25 in||6.5 x 69 x 12.5 in||9.9 x 37.8 x 8.3 in||10.9 x 36.6 x 14.5 in||7.5 x 64.5 x 11.75 in||9 x 37 x 9 in|
|Item Weight||9.8 lbs||17 lbs||12.97 lbs||21.9 lbs||7.8 lbs||13.22 lbs|
|Voltage||—||80 volts||40 volts||—||—||—|
GreenWorks Pro 80V System offers a range of commercial grade tools for the professionals and those who just want more power. This 16-inch cordless string trimmer features an front mount motor for versatile use. Light weight and easier to use, it has a variable speed trigger for power on demand, 14/16-inch cut path, .080 line diameter bump feed and die cast gear box for durability. Designed for durability and heavy duty jobs, it features a brushless motor that delivers the power and performance of a 32cc gas engine. With an extra battery on hand, you can now rip through weeds in neighborhood without the hassle of gas. Compatible batteries currently include a 2ah (model GBA80200) and 4ah (model GBA80400) battery and rapid charger (model GCH8040). The 2ah battery charges within 30 minutes so you can get back to work and finish that job. The 4ah battery charges within 1 hour.
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Had a Echo SRM-210 straight shaft string trimmer with a double .095" line bump head. After 10 years the carb was giving problems, replaced the carb, still has issues. Did well for a decade, but it's time has come.
Started researching string trimmers and see the cordless models have really upped their game since last time I shopped for a string trimmer. High amp lithium batteries, double line bump heads, brushless motors. Reviews looked good on this Greenworks so I thought I'd give it a try.
Got it, charged the battery, and gave it a test run. I'm quite impressed with the power, stronger than any other string trimmer in its price range, electric or gas. It outperforms gas models that are a curved shaft, and use .080" or smaller lines. Typically the entry level gas string trimmers run $80 - $120. It DOES NOT have the power that my old Echo had while running .095" line, especially when edging, but a comparable Echo today will run $200+. Maybe it's the .080" lines just don't cut as well as the .095", especially when edging. The Greenwoorks seems like it has the power to handle the .095" line, but it's not recommended in the owners manual.
Small bugs are "reverse rotation" vs. gas straight shaft string trimmers, and the safety button can be a pain to push in every time you restart the string trimmer. There is also a small delay in "throttle response" from not running. Weight/balance/overall build quality is excellent. Bump head works well, battery life is enough for my typical suburban lot, edging included. Never again will I buy another gas string trimmer, electric technology is now primetime.
Wrote the review after doing the front yard, started the back yard and ran out of string. Not sure if it comes with a "starter roll" or it just eats up string really fast. Went to reload with some .095" I had left from over from my Echo. But it wasn't .095", it was .105". The review I wrote was more skewed based on line size than I thought. Wanted to finish the back yard, so I threw some .105" line on there. 105" line is thick and stiff, it doesn't fit well on the relatively small Greenworks spindle (Echo spindle was huge by comparison).
Changed the default 14" cutting swath to 16", cranked up the Greenworks with the thicker line, it's a completely different tool. With the thicker line it DOES have the power that my Echo did, yes the FULL POWER of the Echo. I dunno what magic Greenworks is doing with the small brushless motor on the head and 80V battery, but it WORKS. The .105" is really too think to feed properly in the relatively small Greenworks reel, so I'm gonna pick up some standard .095" line that the manufacturer says it's rated to handle. Greenworks string trimmer review changed to 5 stars, HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY !!!
It is very powerful and the battery charges fully in less than 30 minutes.
It is a bit longer and heavier than I am used to. I say this as I am actually using this commercially as I own 5 properties and
this destroys my Ryobi gas model. It is very powerful and very easy to use with many nice features like the instant charge indicator.
For the older person it may be too heavy and too long for shorter people.
I find the shield too small as you face gets blasted often while cutting high grass.
I am used to a finer trigger control and this trigger isn't bad but hard to accurately modulate.
Thus the reason for four stars. String use means nothing as it is a given with this power you need to feed it string. String isn't expensive.
This machine replaces many gas trimmers. Simply awesome at doing that. I actually use this on a 22 acre lot to trim trees and banks and I can do it on one charge.
This trimmer has all the power of my gas powered one. No time wasted on trying to start it and no storage issues with special mixes of gas and oil. Pull the trigger and it just GOES!
80v and brushless motors have made cordless devices actually useful for once. If you've been burned with false claims of other cordless devices ( have many times), let me say that this isn't your Mother's Dustbuster.
Buy an extra battery if you're worried about how long a charge will last. But after an hour of light trimming around the house, this still had 2/3 of its power left.
gas, much quieter, and no fumes. Get this trimmer to replace your gas trimmer for normal home usage!
Cons: I'd highly suggest wearing protective eye gear with this as the debris this kicks will cover you from head to toe. My husband has some nasty battle wounds on his hands and arms from the flying pieces and so we both wear gloves and a long-sleeved shirt while handling it. The string provided is extremely thin and brittle, and should be replaced before using.
Edit: I've had it for about 3 weeks (used it 3 times), and cannot keep the edger guide on. Today it unknowingly fell off and was subsequently ran over by the mower breaking the mower blade. I've contacted the company to ask for a replacement so I do not have to return the whole thing to Amazon.