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brisar 50,975 124,354 June 11, 2016 at 04:24 AM in Trimmers & Edgers (13) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 06-11-2016 by Randy71 at 10:13 AM View Original Post
WORX via eBay has WORX 12" 4 Amp Electric Corded Grass Trimmer (WG116, New Reboxed) on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free. Thanks brisar

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Our research indicates that the WORX 12" 4 Amp Electric Corded Grass Trimmer is $19 less (48.75% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $39

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Edited June 11, 2016 at 09:11 AM by TattyBear
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WORX 12" 4 Amp Electric Corded Grass Trimmer (WG116) [ebay.com]
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#3
Should I get this ? Trimming is a task I mostly avoid/ignore. I don't want a gas powered device. I'd spend more if I thought it would get me something. I'm just too detached from this particular task to do much researching.
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#4
Don't know too much about this particular one but this is normally called a string trimmer. In any event, if it were me, I would much prefer battery power given that this is used around the perimeter of your lawn. A corded model, at least for my yard, would be a huge pain.

I also suggest getting one that can take the replacement style head that allows you to quickly snap in replacement trimmer string since the auto-feed mechanisms tend to be, at best, semi functional and more of a hassle than anything else. Here is an example but there are lots of em: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01C3XYKTS?psc=1
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#5
IMO it's almost always worth the extra money to get a battery powered one.
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Quote from Htuttle View Post :
Should I get this ? Trimming is a task I mostly avoid/ignore. I don't want a gas powered device. I'd spend more if I thought it would get me something. I'm just too detached from this particular task to do much researching.
I would get a battery-powered trimmer unless the area you trim is right next to an outlet. Worx also sells those and I've seen a refurb trimmer + 2 batteries on SD for $60-70.

I don't really care for my Worx anymore. Batteries don't have much capacity (~15 min run time when edging).The quality of their trimmer line is mediocre as the line breaks too easily. Only thing going for it IMO is the wheel that lets you edge without holding the trimmer. That feature is popping up on other trimmers so it's nothing special anymore.

Going to get a B&D next time.
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the word "corded" gave you a thumbs down
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Quote from Htuttle View Post :
Should I get this ? Trimming is a task I mostly avoid/ignore. I don't want a gas powered device. I'd spend more if I thought it would get me something. I'm just too detached from this particular task to do much researching.
I'm looking for a cordless one. Dealing with the cord is a huge pain. dragging it to different parts of the yard and it's so much cord you can't avoid it getting tangled on itself. and you probably have to buy a long cord so add that into the price. I would take a gas one at this point as long as it's cordless!
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#9
It's a pretty good trimmer from my experience. got a 50' cord and it's fine.
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#10
20 bucks is a real deal, tu and repped op.
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#11
I dont like gas one and battery operated one are much expensive. so if u can handle the cable this one os perfect for the price . been using it for 2 year now my battery operated one died and price of replacement battery is more expensive than new one .and I am not fan of gas .hope this will help
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#12
Finally,the corded deal. That what I have been looking for. Now go and read the reviews.
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#13
tempting deal for mother who has been looking for a corded and light trimmer.
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#14
cheap battery trimmers suck.. not enough power and limited time... the Corded trimmers are much more powerful but because you are being cheap and not buying a nice gas one the trade off is a cord.. worth it for me being slickdeals.. I don't have acres just 7000sq feet home

4 amp isn't strong, I have a 10 amp Corder trimmer which is really strong
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Last edited by curiousity June 11, 2016 at 10:21 AM
#15
I have 2 cordless trimmers and 3 batteries...and they last less than 30 min.
New battery is expensive so i use corded trimmer for my yards.
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