GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer Review

By Stephanie's Garden Care | Weed Eater Reviews

Jan 22
GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer Review
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​GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer​: QUICK OVERVIEW

​Features

​Cost

​Weight

​Power Supply

What We Like

  • ​Intended for hours of heavy use
  • ​Worth the value of money

What We Don't Like

  • ​Too big, powerful, and costly if needed in small spaces

​Weed eaters or whackers are an important addition to gardeners and homeowners who care about manicuring their yards and lawns on a regular basis. Not only does weed eaters make your lawn look good, it also avoids rodent infestation.

Who knows what can thrive in weed and grass overgrowths? That’s why its important to regularly, if not weekly, cut weeds and trim grass.

​GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer Review

​Read this GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer review to help you decide if this is the right one for you.

​What are the important aspects of the GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer?

Type:

The GreenWorks String Trimmer is an electric weed eater that comes with a cord. This is similar to the popular Black & Decker weed eaters except this one is tied to an electric outlet. If the cord doesn’t bother you, it’s better to purchase this one.

If you want to reach more places, the battery-powered cordless string trimmer might suit you. Another type of string trimmer is the gas-fueled one.

Gas is more powerful but costly as it consumes a lot of fuel, and it emits smoke. If you don’t need something as heavy-duty as a gas string trimmer, go with GreenWorks.

Size:

This string trimmer has a powerful 10 Amp motor, prepared to tackle the toughest weeds in your yard. Bear in mind, the higher the amperes of the electric string trimmer, the more power your trimmer will have. It has an 18” cutting path to enhance performance and get the job done quickly.

The shaft is pretty long so you won’t have trouble if you think you’re too tall for this string trimmer. The shaft can be lengthened or shortened to match your height.

The shortest the shaft can be is 42 inches and the most it extends is to 48 inches.  It weighs about 7.3 pounds, heavier compared to trimmers around this size. Much of the weight is in the head of the electric trimmer.

Features:

For enhanced comfort, GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer is fashioned with cushion and over-mold grip and handle for your clammy/sweaty hands and auxiliary handle for more control while trimming.

The grip also prevents the trimmer from accidental dropping. The cushion also makes it easier for the user to maintain balance despite constant vibration of the trimmer. The handles can be adjusted and the upper handle can be rotated.

It also houses an auto-feed line, which prevents the trimmer from bumping against the ground. It uses standard 0.065-inch monofilament string and it doesn’t limit you from using a GreenWorks string; you can use any brand of string as long as it’s exactly the size mentioned. This trimmer uses a single string. You should consider buying a backup just in case.

Ease of Use:

This trimmer can be quite heavy but it’s not difficult to get accustomed to its weight as you can adjust it to your preferred height. When you have securely adjusted it to your preference, wielding it will be a breeze. You’ll also have more control with the movement despite the vibration.

As with most trimmers, the shaft of the head might easily get full with trimmed weeds. To unclog, make sure to turn off your trimmer before removing debris. To avoid long grass and weeds to intertwine onto the head, cut down tall weeds one portion at a time.

Accessories:

Your GreenWorks String Trimmer can function not only as a cutter but also as an edger, tiller, Pole saw, or blower using the Quick-Connect Coupler for more versatility.

Attachments are sold separately and may be bought from both GreenWorks and Ryobi split boom attachments. When using these other features, all you need to do is turn your GreenWorks top mount.

Help and Support:

GreenWorks has a reliable customer support. They have representatives ready to answer questions and offer help via email or telephone. In most cases, the user manual has all the information you need, from setting up to maintaining your string trimmer.

They also have a website with more information about their products. As for the warranty, the GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer comes with a four-year manufacturer’s warranty as long as you have the proof of purchase. You may register your product online for the warranty.

​What other things should you know about the GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer?

This is a good quality string trimmer that will last you years with proper use and maintenance. The good thing about this is you can replace the string easily whenever you want if it wears down and you can buy strings from other brands without complications.

Putting it up together and the initial startup are pretty easy. For the price, it provides you a trimmer powerful enough and wide enough to cater to large areas and quickly finish your job.

Users also responded that the trimmer has very little vibration compared to others they’ve used. Many have also praised the durability of the string; the weed eater can stand hours of usage without stopping to check for tangles or maintenance. It also does a good job with dealing with tall weeds, although cutting them in sections is recommended.

The only thing missing with this string trimmer is the shoulder strap; you have to get it separately, as it helps in holding it for long periods of use.

​Conclusion

​Overall, the GreenWorks Corded String Trimmer is one of the best electric weed eaters out there. The price is very reasonable; you certainly get what you pay for and more since it functions more than a simple weed eater.

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