Greenworks Pro 80V 20 inch Cordless Pole Hedge Trimmer 2Ah Battery and Charger Included, PH80B210
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With the battery, all Greenworks equipment that requires a battery of 80 volts will work. As well as my snowblower, I use the same battery for my
I am here to help you and no, this is not a GreenWorks 80 v unit and a GreenWorks 80 v battery is necessary. In every voltage line, there is a unique set of interchangeable tools, batteries, and chargers, although they are not interchangeable between You may find a hedge trimmer option in our 60v line. Please visit GreenWorks directly for more information. Select the voltage line to see all the adapter kits and batteries that are available
I would like to inform you that this unit does not come with a grip.
Selected User Reviews For Greenworks Pro 80V 20 inch Cordless Pole Hedge Trimmer 2Ah Battery and Charger Included, PH80B210
It's been two times now that I've used it. Consider these points Consider these points Clean cutting of hedges is very satisfying. The blade length needs to be good 2. 1) It is powerful. Using this tool I accidentally cut through a branch that was 3/4 inch wide. While I would not make a habit of it, it is no problem for me. 2. 3. didn't think I'd be able to use the multiple buttons You will find the position handle on this page. The "gimmicky" nature of it really got to me. It was also my understanding that it was only three. Use it one hundred per cent of the time, 90 and 45 seconds). I found it to be very helpful. It can be a little cumbersome, especially if you work The clippers I'm using are my first powered ones. It is most likely the case for everyone. My preference is for them and I recommend them to everyone.
In most cases, I was able to get through large branches (all of which were under the rated thickness) with little hassle however, on stronger bushes it took some time and effort. I was still able to trim everything I needed to trim with a little patience. *
Due to some comments about the rotating handle having a high rate of failure, I decided not to My initial reaction was that I wouldn't need it anyway and that it was just a It turned out that I was mistaken. This makes a big difference in the unit's handling, and I found myself struggling to change from horizontal to vertical cuts without it. Overall, with only one use to date, I would say it's a winner if you are using 80V.
It's worthless as it came from the factory. because it activates each time you release the switch. Most pro items have a simple mechanism to unlock the switch one time to use the unit, but this lockout activates every time you release it. As opposed to the deadman switch on husqvarna and other pro brands, this switch rests on the handle. *If the design were better, this would have received 4 stars!- You physically have to pull a switch with your thumb or index finger (see pictures)
The design could have gone up a star or two! I have one last gripe with any battery-powered tool, and that is the balance. This tool is not really balanced at all, and is very biased towards the trimmer end, so with the waist battery pack the weight is all on the trimmer end.
is thick enough to ratchet. It would be better to cut it thicker for the strength it's support to have.
The battery life is fine for this tool, and I also use it for a weed trimmer that is 80 volts.
Most of the 80 volt line from greenworks is available to me, including lawnmowers and blowers. The best thing in the world! Since they've been my company for 3 years, they've sold themselves completely to me. Okay, the string trimmer is not exactly my favorite, but I have never liked string trimmers. Two weeks ago, I bought this " hedge trimmer ". It has proven to be more than a hedge trimmer. It has cut down a quarter mile's worth of tall invasive sticker weeds. In most cases the job was successfully completed with some assistance from a pole saw, and it was then used to handle encroaching limbs from evergreen trees, as well as others. In addition, there are 15 other miscellaneous items. Trying to type up jobs in my head instead of typing them. This company's stock is going to be purchased by me.
One time, I tried this product and it jammed and I couldn't use it. My contact with customer service led only to the receipt of a list of requirements to prove that it was not working. The company informed me that the product would not be in stock for six weeks after I provided them with a list of 9 items to include a video It would be possible to return the item through Amazon after eight weeks, and I should contact them again then. They recommended that I return the item through Amazon, which I'd done since It isn't worth the trouble to purchase Beware of green works. In fact, I had purchased a cheaper model that also broke in less than a year.
I bought it from a little wonder (corded) - it still works Back then, Decker) was a popular figure. Before I bought the Greenworks, I looked at a number of models available. The price of some was cheaper, but they didn't live up to the quality. Greenworks also makes several other tools (this made me take some second thought before making my purchase-- Battery replacements) sealed the deal, but the overall.
I had been waiting for a gas-free trimmer, but didn't really want to use a cordless model. This trimmer works very well for me and has been a joy to use. Although a little heavy, the power is quite high and the sound is very clear.