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Black & Decker ST7700 4.4-amp Electric Automatic Feed String Trimmer/Edger, 13"
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- Ideal for both post-mowing maintenance edging, and trimming grass in hard-to-reach areas
- Cuts a 13-inch path; 4.4-Amp motor; 10,000 RPM
- Built-in auxiliary handle minimizes wrist fatigue
- Cord retention system guards against unintended unplugging of the tool
- Weighs 4.5 pounds; 2-year warranty
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The Black & Decker automatic feed string trimmer and edger is a powerful yet lightweight tool perfect for trimming heavy weeds, grasses, and overgrowth. The Groom 'N' Edge head rotates 180 degrees to convert the trimmer to an edger and vice versa in a matter of seconds. Used as an edger, the edge guide assists with edging along sidewalks and driveways. This 13-inch automatic feed sting trimmer and edger gives you a 13-inch cutting path and features the exclusive Black & Decker Automatic Feed Spool (AFS) system that automatically advances the cutting string without bumping; centrifugal force feeds the line as needed. The built-in auxiliary handle provides maximum comfort and control, and the cord retention system prevents accidental cord disconnection for continuous trimming. The powerful 4.4-Amp motor spinning the line at 10,000 rpm works as a powerful tool for trimming heavy weeds and grass. Weighing in at a mere 5 pounds, this a feather-light string trimmer allowing for less fatigue and more control. This product backed by a 2-year full warranty. Amazon.com Ideal for both post-mowing maintenance edging along hard surfaces like pavement, and trimming grass in hard-to-reach areas, this easy-to-handle automatic feed string trimmer from Black & Decker cuts a 13-inch path and has a 180-degree rotating head for simple conversion to edging work. A 4.4-Amp motor spins the line at a speed of 10,000 RPM and gives the ST7700 the power it needs to tackle overgrown grass and weeds. And thanks to the Automatic Feed Spool (AFS) design, there's no bumping as the cutting string automatically advances; additionally, a built-in auxiliary handle helps minimizes wrist fatigue for long-term use. There's even a convenient cord retention system to guard against unintended unplugging of the tool while you're working.
Ideal for both post-mowing maintenance edging along hard surfaces like pavement, and trimming grass in hard-to-reach areas, this easy-to-handle automatic feed string trimmer from Black & Decker cuts a 13-inch path and has a 180-degree rotating head for simple conversion to edging work. A 4.4-Amp motor spins the line at a speed of 10,000 RPM and gives the ST7700 the power it needs to tackle overgrown grass and weeds. And thanks to the Automatic Feed Spool (AFS) design, there's no bumping as the cutting string automatically advances; additionally, a built-in auxiliary handle helps minimizes wrist fatigue for longterm use. There's even a convenient cord retention system to guard against unintended unplugging of the tool while you're working.
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I also used all of the initial string and had to restring the trimmer with 0.065 string. This is usually my biggest test because I can never get the string on right. I followed all of the intructions and reloaded the string and was able to trim for another hour without fail. I hope and pray this trimmer continues to work. Will keep you all posted. EB
April 2013 - Season II - All is great. Today was our first real spring in Richmond, VA -- 90 degrees -- more like a shift from Winter to Summer instead of Spring. Anyway, I pulled the old B&D Electric Trimmer I purchased last year with my fingers crossed and to my surprise, it worked like a champ. I edged for over an hour --- that's my personal limit --- and all was fine. I must say, it is a lot better than the battery operated model. I changed the string with not problem and I didn't have any string problem until the end. I still have half of the yard to finish tomorrow, so stay tuned. If it gets me pass the more demanding part of the season, I'll give it a 5 Star because the first Spring cut after Winter is the worst. I was anxious but all worked just fine!
August 2013 - Great Trimmer! I am going to order another just in case.
May 2015 - Spring cleaning and lots of edging....Trimmer worked like a PRO! Trimmed 8750 sq/ft lawn plus flower beds. Worked continuously for 1.5 hours --- when I needed a break. All works well. I'm impressed and I'm ordering a new one today to keep on hand. Five years of heavy use is not bad.
I Live in suburbia. Our yards are not that big. After I finished trimming the backyard, the spring feed quit feeding! I try to resurrect it, but no dice. Thank God for Amazon's returns !
Black & Decker USED to make great trimmers. Seems like now it's all about The bottom line and delivering an inferior product. So disappointing.
This year I thought I'd try again. I gave the Toro to my son and bought the Black & Decker ST7700. It's a simple design, it works great, love the automatic line-feed but it is still too heavy for this old lady. Plus, it's too long and not adjustable. (I'm 5'6") I'll probably use it until the line runs out then give it to someone and try to find a different one that doesn't kill my arms when using it.
Sure wish I still had my old clunker or could find one like it.
Can someone tell us what we're doing wrong . Thanks.
The last one I had (similar B&D) died most likely due to someone using it and not cleaning out the heat vents. If you buy one of these, take care of it. A little maintenance goes a long way. I used the last one for 5 years. The last season I had it, it did well every time I used it. I let someone else use it a few times, it melted. The whole casing was burning hot and covered in grass that was matted down to it.