Green Works Pro 60V 16-Inch String Trimmer Reviews:
The GreenWorks Pro 60V series of string trimmers are designed with the most advanced technology available today. They have been tested and proven to work flawlessly. Their high quality construction ensures long life and reliability.
These strings trimmers come in various lengths from 1/2 inch all the way up to 24 inches. The trimming tools are made of stainless steel and feature a heavy duty design which makes them easy to handle. The trimmers are equipped with a wide range of cutting options including straight through, round through, and even diagonal cuts. There is also a cut off feature which allows you to make small adjustments without having to start over.
One of the best features about these string trimmers is their ability to trim at different angles. This not only makes trimming more accurate but it also helps to cut down on dead grass. They also have the ability to reach under shrubs and bushes without having to move them first.
This is a very convenient option when trying to get that last bit of missed grass. The string trimmers also feature adjustable handles which allow a person of any height to efficiently work with the machine. The handles are made of quality material and will not break or bend easily. This adds to the life of the string trimmers.
GreenWorks Pro ST60L210
This string trimmer is just the right tool for anyone looking for a quality piece of equipment. This model has a 16 inch cutting diameter and a 4 cycle gas motor which allows it to cut through the toughest grass and weeds with ease. It also features an adjustable handle which can accommodate people of any height.
The trimmer can be extended to a maximum of 49 inches.
GreenWorks Pro ST80L230
This is another quality string trimmer by GreenWorks. It has the ability to cut through the tallest and thickest grass and weeds. The trimmer features an adjustable handle which is great for people of all different heights.
It can be adjusted from a minimum of 33 inches up to a maximum of 54 inches. The cutting diameter is 22 inches.
GreenWorks Pro ST100L230
This model is a bit different than the previous two in that it does not have an extension handle. It does however have an easy feed mechanism for your string. This makes reloading a lot quicker and easier.
The trimmer can cut though grass and weeds that are 18 inches tall. It also has an adjustable handle which can extend from 35 inches all the way up to 54 inches.
GreenWorks Pro ST125L230
This is a heavy duty string trimmer that is great for those who need more power. The cutting diameter is 13 inches and it can cut though even the toughest grass and weeds. The trimmer extends from 33 inches all the way up to 54 inches giving you a greater range of movement.
This tool also features an adjustable handle to accommodate a person’s height.
GreenWorks Pro ST80LT310
This is a 19-inch string trimmer with an adjustable handle. It can be adjusted from a minimum of 33 inches all the way up to a maximum of 55 inches. The tool also has a split rail technology which helps to lessen vibration and makes the string trimmer more comfortable to use.
This tool is great for anyone who wants a powerful tool that will get the job done quickly.
GreenWorks Pro ST100LT310
This is another heavy duty string trimmer with plenty of power. It can cut through grass and weeds that are up to 18 inches tall. The adjustable handle extends from 33 inches all the way up to a complete 55 inches.
This tool also features split rail technology to help make the string trimmer more comfortable to use.
Black & Decker LST136W
This 13-inch string trimmer has an easy feed feature which allows you to quickly reload your line. The handle can be adjusted to suit your height and it can extend from 33 inches all the way up to a maximum of 54 inches. This tool also features a cord lock which helps to prevent the power cord from disconnecting accidently.
Black & Decker LST220
This is another quality string trimmer by Black & Decker. It has a 20 inch cutting path and an easy feed feature for quickly reloading the line.
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