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Greenworks 14-Inch 40V Cordless String Trimmer (Attachment Capable), 4.0 AH Battery Included 21362
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- Attachment capable, accepts most gas attachments to provide mulitple use
- Brushless motor delivers greater torque, quieter operation and higher battery efficiency
- Starts within seconds with gas comparable performance, battery compatible with multiple tools
- Battery and Charger include. Compatible with battery models 29462 and 29472 and charger 29482
- Compatible GreenWorks Replacement bulk string, Model 2906302
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|Cutting width||1,400 in||1,400 in||1,300 in||1,200 in||1,600 in||1,200 in|
|Item Dimensions||9.9 x 37.8 x 8.3 in||9.1 x 37.9 x 8.4 in||9.5 x 60 x 14 in||7.5 x 64.5 x 11.75 in||6.5 x 69 x 12.5 in||12 x 56.5 x 42 in|
|Item Weight||12.97 lbs||10 lbs||5.6 lbs||8.8 lbs||17 lbs||7.2 lbs|
|Size||—||—||60" L x 14" Hx 45"L inches||12"||—||24V String|
|Voltage||40 volts||40 volts||40 volts||—||80 volts||24 volts|
Whether it's mowing your yard, or trimming the hedges, weeds and limbs or blowing away debris; GreenWorks Tools offer a complete yard work solution to get your yard work done for a professional landscaped look with its eco-fuel systems. From 20v, 24v to 40v lithium-ion battery platforms, you can now find the best lawn and garden system that will fit your needs in cost (Price), power and versatility. The DigiPro Brushless G-MAX Series provides the gas comparable power without the gas. Currently featuring the DigiPro 16" Chainsaw, DigiPro 185MPH Blower/Vac and now the 14" String Trimmer, you don't have to sacrifice power to go cordless. The DigiPro Brushless String Trimmer offers a 14" cut path with a .080 bump feed (head) to make it easy when advancing the line and cutting through tough weeds. The straight shaft design makes it easy to view your task without obstruction of view allowing you to work through your yard seamlessly. For versatility, the top mount motor head is detachable to offer multiple usage capabilities and is compatible with most gas attachments so that you don't have to purchase new proprietary tools (please see content above for more compatibility models). When looking for the right gas comparable lawn tools, GreenWorks G-MAX System is the right solution to turn to with the power and performance, longer run time and versatility to get the job done.
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What's really impressive to me is that it has enough power to successfully run a tiller attachments. I bought the Ryobi Expand-it tiller (excellent BTW) and ran the trimmer on the boosted setting. It allowed me to till a ~12x12 foot garden (starting with grass...so I had to cut through the sod) on roughly 1.5 4.0 Ah batteries. I ran the turbo setting for several minutes at a time (limited by my own endurance) and the unit never got hot or complained. The torque of the brushless motor was impressive, and arguably better for cutting through tough sod than a lot of gas trimmers would be. I was, frankly, astonished at how long the batteries lasted when I consider how much work they were doing. I don't know that I would have enough endurance to go through more than 2 batteries' worth of tilling in a day. I'm very sore as I write this!
I have the majority of the 40V digipro lineup (mower, weed-trimmer, air compressor, blower/vac, 16" chainsaw, and my dad has the hedge trimmer) and all of them impress me quite a bit. I won't say they're professional-level tools, but for a homeowner, they certainly get the job done. I have confidence that they will last me an appropriate amount of time for the price paid and the power/battery life is comparable to gas tools IMHO.
Has plenty of power, even on the lower power setting. Battery life is great (4ah battery). I edged my front and back yard (I'm in Florida and haven't properly edged my yard this year) with an edger attachment, and trimmed the entire 1/4 acre, on one charge. Mostly on the low setting. I used high power for a few spots with the edger. It ate through everything I threw at it quickly, some tough weeds and crab/St Augustine grass.
The only con is it's heavy, as many have noted, and a bit awkward to position properly. Comes with a shoulder strap, but I'm having problems using it to actually bear some of the weight of the machine and still keep it positioned properly to operate, if that makes sense. I used it for over an hour, and feel like i did an upper body workout. Maybe that's actually a plus, lol. But I've only used it once, so maybe I'll get that figured out better with more use.
But as far as performance, i'm amazed it's a battery powered machine. It ate everything. Bump feed works well. And still fairly quiet with low vibration.
My only complaint is that there is a little bit of a slow build up of speed after pressing the trigger, the response is a bit slower than I would expect to find on a gasoline powered weedeater. I assume this is probably a design choice, since it takes nothing to speed up that motor and I imagine that natively the electric motor is probably too quick of a spin up in comparison so they programmed in a delay. Could be the motor driver, but I doubt the hardware has any problem speeding that thing up to max rpm nearly instantaneously so I'm hoping that it's an easy driver to hack.
The only other thing that I wanted to add was that one of the bolts was cut pretty poorly and left a sharp thread hanging off the bolt that sliced right through my finger. I'm sure it's not likely to be a problem on every weed eater, but just something to look out for during installation.