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WG156 WORX 20 Volt 2-in-1 Lithium Cordless Grass Trimmer for $74.99 + free shipping @ Ebay

hicke1337 27 14 May 16, 2016 at 01:02 AM in Trimmers & Edgers (7) More eBay Deals
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WG156 WORX 20 Volt 2-in-1 Lithium Cordless Grass Trimmer for $74.99 + free shipping @ Ebay

http://www.ebay.com/itm/281421291636


WORX 20V Lithium Ion Cordless String Trimmer - Lithium ion battery technology features long life, no self-discharge, lightweight, and no memory effect. Convert trimmer easily to a wheeled edger in seconds. Adjustable handle for maximum comfort and control. Telescopic shaft adjusts to user's height and posture. 90 degree tilting shaft orients the cutting head for the sloped and hard-to-reach area. 100% automatic single-line feed for best cutting performance. Rubberized twin wheel set supports and guides the edger. Spacer guard helps protect flowers and ornaments.
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I have this one (or possibly the previous model). Works great, good and light, nice that the handle telescopes to reduce storage space when hanging on the wall, plenty of battery for the average suburban yard. Only complaint was that the guard kept falling off and I found the factory missed installing a screw to hold the guard on - $2 at Lowe's for a pack of small screws and it's working great again.

Compared to the Ryobi 18v trimmers, which either have no wheel or a single unstable wheel, the wheel design is far superior and less of a hassle.
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I got this last time it was for sale and I returned it. It is OK for edging grass but the weeds I had just laughed at it. The other thing is that each battery only would last about 15-20 minutes but they would take 4+ hours to charge with the included charger. I considered buying their fast charger but then realized I'd be better off buying the trimmer that is made by the same guys that make my other cordless tools so I can share batteries.
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I think this is a better deal..
http://www.ebay.com/itm/WG918-WOR...1724439754
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I think this is a better deal..
http://www.ebay.com/itm/WG918-WOR...1724439754
Those are used.
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Quote from leedr View Post :
I have this one (or possibly the previous model). Works great, good and light, nice that the handle telescopes to reduce storage space when hanging on the wall, plenty of battery for the average suburban yard. Only complaint was that the guard kept falling off and I found the factory missed installing a screw to hold the guard on - $2 at Lowe's for a pack of small screws and it's working great again.

Compared to the Ryobi 18v trimmers, which either have no wheel or a single unstable wheel, the wheel design is far superior and less of a hassle.
Helpful comment, thank you! I decided to order one.
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Get one, thanks.
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#8
Bought this last time it was on front page. Very happy with it, it'll handle standard trimming and edging tasks just fine. The batteries don't last too long as others have stated (I times mine right around 30 mins from full charge), but there's two of them, so you'll get the yard done. I just make sure to have both batteries charged the day before I plan to hit the yard. Only downside is that it doesn't seem to be designed for tall people. I'm 5'7", so not tall at all and I have to bend down in order to effectively trim the grass against the fence. However, definitely not a deal breaker in my book and I love the wheel for edging.
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$74.99 now...
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I think this is a better deal..
http://www.ebay.com/itm/WG918-WOR...1724439754
no it's not I have that exact set got it brand new from Lowe's for $99 and the weak blower eats the battery alive way faster than the trimmer does go figure.
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This thing is a job. The string is like fishing line, you can't trim along a fence or rock wall, the power isnt even comparable to the weakest and cheapest gas trimmers. Try and use it as an edger and it even more comical. The batteries inside the backs are junk, replacing the string sucks to reorder, the shaft is short (he he), the speed is one speed, and the plastic is too pliable.

Would I buy this? No. My mom has a tiny bit of trimming to do along her house and I wouldn't even give her this out of principal that it makes even a terrible gift. This would be good for someone who trims around a fire hydrant, smooth barked trees, has no weeds, and doesn't mind turning a 10 minute job into an 45 minute job.
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won't the 160 be a good buy? refurb comes with 2yr warranty...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/WG160-3-W...SwEK9T46qX
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This thing is a job. The string is like fishing line, you can't trim along a fence or rock wall, the power isnt even comparable to the weakest and cheapest gas trimmers. Try and use it as an edger and it even more comical. The batteries inside the backs are junk, replacing the string sucks to reorder, the shaft is short (he he), the speed is one speed, and the plastic is too pliable.

Would I buy this? No. My mom has a tiny bit of trimming to do along her house and I wouldn't even give her this out of principal that it makes even a terrible gift. This would be good for someone who trims around a fire hydrant, smooth barked trees, has no weeds, and doesn't mind turning a 10 minute job into an 45 minute job.
I agree here. Have one and it's shit against st Augustine grass. Edging is a test of will as in "will this weed get cut or will I give up or will the battery die first".
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Quote from projectlithium0 View Post :
Bought this last time it was on front page. Very happy with it, it'll handle standard trimming and edging tasks just fine. The batteries don't last too long as others have stated (I times mine right around 30 mins from full charge), but there's two of them, so you'll get the yard done. I just make sure to have both batteries charged the day before I plan to hit the yard. Only downside is that it doesn't seem to be designed for tall people. I'm 5'7", so not tall at all and I have to bend down in order to effectively trim the grass against the fence. However, definitely not a deal breaker in my book and I love the wheel for edging.
Same here. I bought last time and haven't had any trouble edging my ~.5 acre with both batteries.
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I have this and it's great. recommend the combo pack from a big box store that includes a trimmer and extra battery. We use it weekly for edging and trimming Bermudagrass. The extra battery comes in handy. Lighter than our old gas trimmer and Worx gives free string.
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