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In addition, it has a safety brake which will stop line rotation in under three seconds and a safety switch which prevents accidental starting as two triggers must be pressed together before the strimmer can be started. The 18 volt battery pack can be charged on the wall bracket or away from the unit and the trimming head can be twisted to convert it to the Trim n Edge function for tidying lawn edges after mowing.
The battery does not last for long can't strim my whole garden in one go and my garden is not massive. The reel keeps breaking so have to keep feeding it after about 2 feet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen Lillie
Worked well at when new, but after only a few months of occasional use the battery life was diminishing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Helen Bennett
This product is a total waste of time and money,one you charge battery for 12 hours and it lasts for 10 to 12 minutes I thought the idea of a cordless strimmer was that if your to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by translation
Bought this to do a few edges around a garden about the size of a tennis court, very diappointed in the battery charge duration - it barely lasts for a very quick trim. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
this product is very good no more getting the cable out and the batt last a long time not like somePublished 19 months ago by mick peach
Whilst complaining about poor battery life, somebody said: "I also charged the battery for longer than the recommended time it states, on its first charge".
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Bit differant to use than previous one (Flymo) but for a cordless it is very powerful, and you get use to differant feel. Read morePublished on 21 May 2011 by kris
Item received 19th April and battry would not charge, returned 21st April for replacement and (12th May) still waiting.Black & Decker GLC2500 Cless 18 Volt Reflex StrimmerPublished on 12 May 2011 by Does the job very well
Really pleased with this product,even the other half has used it.Done a good job on most of what I have asked of it.Published on 14 Nov 2010 by Adrian Mills