Worx WG896 12A 2-in-1 Electric Lawn Edger, 7.5-Inch
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- Powerful 12 amp motor provides premium performance
- 3-position blade depth adjustment.Rated Voltage 120V~60Hz
- Cutting line indicator for additional precision
- Adjustable shaft for user's height and posture.Pivoting handle for maximum comfort and control
- Machine Weight:14 lbs. Blade Diameter-7-1/2 inch. Blade Cutting Depth-1 inch, 1-1/4 inch, 1-1/2 inch
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The WORX WG896 12 Amp 2-in-1 7.5-Inch Electric Lawn Edger is a powerful 12 amp edger/trencher that rivals the performance of a professional tool in providing clean, neat lawn edges against flower beds or hard surfaces. Use the 3-position blade depth and cutting line indicator for optimum results. Simply adjust the handle and the shaft for maximum comfort and control. The WG896 has Edger Guide assistance so you know where your line is. The 12 amp motor gives you plenty of power for both edging and making small trenches. The edger/trencher has a pivoting handle for maximum comfort and control.
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TIP: When your done with an edge, make sure you let the blade stop spinning before you let go of the handle on the sidewalk. I chipped my sidewalk in many places because I kept forgetting that the blade was spinning.
And it probably works fine if you have an already tidy edge, but creating that first edge is a real chore. It will not go through built up dirt or thicker grass like tall fescue. You are better off using a sharp spade shovel that first time, then just keeping up every few weeks with this little cupcake.
What a nice surprise. The Worx has plenty of power. Cuts a really nice edge and is a lot quieter. There are a couple of cons, there is the cord and unlike the gas powers alternative I wouldnt edge in a wet environment. I'm 6"2" and have to bend over a little to edge and it's a little uncomfortable. Other than that I love it and if I get a couple of years out of the edger I will be ahead!