Top 5 Best Battery Powered Weed Eater Review 2019

BEST OF BEST

1. WORX WG170 GT Revolution 20V 12″ Grass Trimmer/Edger/Mini-Mower 2 Batteries & Charger Included, Black and Orange

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The best absolute herbivores are available. This is a standard set of contractors – but no “fear factor” is often associated with professional tools.

PROS
It boots easily, runs almost without vibration and will rip everything in its way. There is a semi-automatic auto-feeding mode that the owner sees is a very valuable feature.

CONS
No more noisy than electric models.

2. BLACK+DECKER 40V MAX String Trimmer / Edger, 13-Inch (LST136W)

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Best value. Not everyone needs a big machine, and if you don’t, this wireless model is the right choice for you.

PROS
Strong feeling for a battery-powered herbivore and good balance, despite the weight of the battery at the end of the handle.

CONS
Although not everyone is satisfied with the battery life, it is something that affects all wireless devices.

3. GreenWorks G-MAX 40V 13″ String Trimmer + Jet Blower

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Despite the low price, they still do not cut corners with this herbivore. When used in smaller yards and gardens designed for it, it works well.

PROS
The lightest in our selection is only 9.9 lbs. The trigger handle is cushioned to reduce vibration and has a useful additional control handle on the main shaft.

CONS
Food spool is easy to tangle.

4. WORX WG163 GT 3.0 20V PowerShare 12″ Cordless String Trimmer & Edger

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A highly capable herbivore will do everything you require, all day. However, Husqvarna only excels in quality around.

PROS
Has anti-vibration, CARB compliance system and has a semi-automatic automatic feeding mode, which the owner sees is a very valuable feature.

CONS
No belts.

5. DEWALT DCST920P1 Brushless Trimmer

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To cut light to medium grass around the yard, this unit provides excellent two-speed performance and long battery life.

PROS
Lithium-ion batteries charge fast and keep charging through hard work. Chain shells are very difficult and only need to be carried out regularly when used at low speeds. High-speed settings are roughly equivalent to gas clippers.

CONS
The battery runs out much faster at high speeds. Warranty does not cover all units. Motorbikes can be worn out quickly. Small debris shield.