Greenworks 2100202 DigiPro G-MAX 40V Cordless Lithium-Ion 14 in. String Trimmer (Tool Only)Greenworks Model: gwkn2100202
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Greenworks 2100202 DigiPro G-MAX 40V Cordless Lithium-Ion 14 in. String Trimmer (Tool Only)
- Powerful DigiPro brushless motor technology provides true gas performance.
- Compatible with GreenWorks G-MAX 40V Li-Ion System offering a range of tools to choose from.
- 14 in. cut path with variable speed trigger to provide on-demand power to get through the toughest weeds with ease.
- .080 in. dual line bump-feed head provides quick on-demand line advancement to rip through your yard.
- Attachment capable design that can accept attachments from multiple brands such as Ryobi, Trimmer Plus, Yard works, and more.
- DigiPro G-MAX 40V Cordless Lithium-Ion 14 in. String Trimmer (Tool Only) - 2100202
7 months ago
Plus, the string advance feature works well. 5 stars and thanks to greenworks
Chatting over the fence, he has nothing but complaints about his gas-powered string trimmer. He’s glad to have a break from its noise and fumes.
“How’s that Greenworks of yours work?” Dave always asks. “Like a charm” is my response. “Why don’t you buy one?” I counter.
But Dave thinks lawn work must be noisy, smelly, heavy and hard. I, though, am a convert. I ditched my old gas-powered string trimmer after it hung unused for two years while I used my Greenworks machine.
I also had no further use for my fuel can, bottle of fuel stabilizer and quarts of motor oil — not to mention the puddles of oil and gasoline that always managed to evade the funnel when I tried to save the remnants.
My 40-volt, 14-inch G-Max trimmer has met every task I’ve set it to: high grass, dry grass, wet grass, wet and high grass, even those dense knots of turf that have persisted so long even their roots are above ground.
It even cuts most blackberry vines.
That’s with the shield in place. Remove it and, hooboy, I feel like trimming across Dave’s yard and down the block. Just be sure both strands of trimmer line are even. If they are lopsided (without the shield’s cutter to keep them equal), the motor will sense the imbalance and shut off after a few seconds.
Being a neatnick, I clean caked grass and dirt from the trimmer head and shield, just like I’ve always done.
But I don’t spill oil or gas or fill my nostrils with fumes or need ear protection, just like I always used to do.
And I’ll always urge Dave to switch to Greenworks.
My Greenworks trimmer: It’s an always breed of machine.
Efficient battery usage thanks to the brushless motor … you can get respectable run time even out of the smaller 2.0/2.5Ah batteries if you use LOW speed and vary the trigger speed based on what you are trimming. Max out low or switch to high only when you get into thick stuff that needs it and you will get longer run time.
String trimmer head is the simple feed through design and very robust; the bump feed also works better than the similar brand "X" version. Plus it mounts to the head with a larger 10MM bolt instead of an 8MM that the other brand uses. Anti-wrap shield comes up higher than the other brand too so the likelihood of long grass/weeds getting wrapped up around the shaft above the bump head is as close to impossible as you can get. Bigger defector shield than what the other brand uses is a plus as well.
Only downside is it is a bit heavy … 13.18 lbs. w/ 2.5Ah or 14.22 lbs. w/ 4Ah battery … which is 15% heavier than the lighter duty brand "X" brushed motor equiv. (11.24 lbs. w/ 2.6Ah battery). This Greenworks Trimmer does come with a shoulder strap that helps manage the weight, plus the higher performance, added robustness, and better features far exceed the additional weight.
Bought the "Tool Only" because I already had 3 batteries and 2 chargers.
This is another Greenworks product that I am happily adding to my collection of Greenworks products.
The attachments I already have fit this trimmer. I have worn out two gas Poulan trimmers on light home use. Though I would give a battery powered trimmer a try.
I already have a green works chainsaw for light tree trimming that works well. Batteries are the same which mean fewer chargers sitting around. have 2.5 and 5 amp hours batteries. 2.5 amp hour battery is plenty for the trimming I do on the 2 acres of lawn I mow. Hopefully this trimmer lasts longer than the 3 to 5 years I get out of Poulan 2 cycle motors.
over 2 years ago
over 3 years ago
Q & A :
2. What is the difference between Automatic feed and Semi-automatic feed (does this mean bump-feed?)?
2. Semi-Automatic feed = Bump feed
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