- 商品尺寸: 96.3 x 23.1 x 21.3 cm
- 商品重量: 4.54 Kg
- 发货重量: 6.8 Kg
- ASIN: B00IPA15DS
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GreenWorks 格力博无刷 40 V 锂离子线式修边机 黑色
- Attachment capable, accepts most gas attachments to provide mulitple use
- Brushless motor delivers greater torque, quieter operation and higher battery efficiency
- Starts within seconds with gas comparable performance, battery compatible with multiple tools
- Compatible GreenWorks Replacement Spool, Model 29622
- Battery sold separately. Compatible with battery models 29462 and 29472 and charger 29482
Whether it's mowing your yard, or trimming the hedges, weeds and limbs or blowing away debris; GreenWorks Tools offer a complete yard work solution to get your yard work done for a professional landscaped look with its eco-fuel systems. From 20v, 24v to 40v lithium-ion battery platforms, you can now find the best lawn and garden system that will fit your needs in cost (Price), power and versatility. The DigiPro Brushless G-MAX Series provides the gas comparable power without the gas. Currently featuring the DigiPro 16" Chainsaw, DigiPro 185MPH Blower/Vac and now the 14" String Trimmer, you don't have to sacrifice power to go cordless. The DigiPro Brushless String Trimmer offers a 14" cut path with a .080 bump feed (head) to make it easy when advancing the line and cutting through tough weeds. The straight shaft design makes it easy to view your task without obstruction of view allowing you to work through your yard seamlessly. For versatility, the top mount motor head is detachable to offer multiple usage capabilities and is compatible with most gas attachments so that you don't have to purchase new proprietary tools (please see content above for more compatibility models). When looking for the right gas comparable lawn tools, GreenWorks G-MAX System is the right solution to turn to with the power and performance, longer run time and versatility to get the job done.
样式: Battery & Charger Not Included
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Battery Life: battery life is surprisingly good. It will run for 50-60 minutes of cutting, with 85% of that time on grass using normal speed, and the other 15% on "turbo" for thicker grass and weeds. Personally, after 1 hour of trimming, I am ready to quit, so 50-60 minutes is plenty.
Cutting power: Power for normal around-the-house trimming is excellent. I had no trouble cutting all around the house, edging my patio, cleaning around the end of my culvert, and edging my driveway, and I did it all in one charge.
Trimmer head: So far, the bump feed head has worked really good. We'll see how it goes when I have to replace the string.
Ease of use: Superb. No messing around, no fumes, no ear plugs required. Hit the power, and squeeze the trigger.
I haven't used any other attachments yet, but It definitely seems like it would have the power to run, say, a pole saw trimmer for a short time on small branches. I have a brush cutter attachment also that I will try at some point for no more than medium size, non-woody weeds. I do not think it has the power to cut big, tough brush. In fact, there were several times that I tried to bite off a bit too much at one time with the string head, thick tough weeds wrapped around the top of the string head, and the motor instantly stopped and beeped at me. Apparently there is an overload safety built into the motor controller that will shut it down to prevent damage. No big deal, I just untangled the weeds, hit the power button again, and kept on going. I will use this cutter for grass/spindly weeds 98% of the time, and I couldn't be more pleased than I am for that purpose.
If I had to give a downside: The manual is terrible. The English is bad, and it contradicts itself in several locations. Don't even bother reading it. Charge battery, insert battery, trim weeds. If you've used a gas powered trimmer and a cordless drill, you have all the knowledge you need to operate this trimmer. Greenworks needs to hire someone who uses English as there first language to write the manual.
Here's a tip if you do try one of the Greenworks tools, like it, and want to expand your set of compatible equipment: Don't purchase just a battery.
After I bought the trimmer, I also purchased the GreenWorks 24322 DigiPro G-MAX 40V Cordless 185MPH Blower/Vac with 4ah battery and charger. It makes no sense, but the blower/vac, battery, and charger combo only costs 20 dollars more than the 4 amp battery alone, whereas the blower/vac costs almost $100.
4 amp battery: $124
Blower/Vac + battery + charger COMBO: $145
Blower/Vac ALONE: $98
All prices are rounded, and were current at the time of my purchase. Your mileage may vary, but my point still stands.
I don't think all homeowners should abandon 2 cycle motors yet, but based on the performance of this trimmer that day is coming soon. I plan on purchasing more G-max tools in the near future. There is an 80V line of tools from Greenworks (and other manufacturers) that may or may not be better, but for the money, the 40V G-max trimmer has been fantastic, and I don't regret saving the money over the 80V system.
The GreenWorks G-Max 40v will tire you out in the 45-50 minutes of constant use possible before the battery quits, and the handles and harness can be adjusted to comfortably fit even a moderately tall knuckle-dragger like me. The self-feed bump works reliably and doesn't seem to disgorge more than a few inches of string at a time, so each 10-12' fill will last for multiple charge session. Also, unlike one ridiculous machine still haunting the market, the shield on the GreenWorks is large enough to provide some protection, even in shorts, but you should always wear eye protection. Having owned it for just two years, the life of the battery remains to be proven, but there are no indications of failing to take a good charge, yet, and the capacity for work is excellent. My only complaint with this model is that tall weeds will wrap around the shaft and quickly unscrew the cartridge if you fail to decapitate them slowly from the top down. I haven't lost one yet, but should consider some dayglo paint or training the hound.
I hope GreenWorks invests in the future of this model, since it is already very good.