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This G-MAX 40V Li-Ion line trimmer delivers all the power you need to get your garden looking pristine without the hassle of petrol or extension cords. Equipped with an easy edger that converts from a trimmer to edger with the push of a button, you’ll have your backyard looking sweet in no time.
This trimmer even has a variable speed option for maximized power to tackle the toughest weeds in your garden.
Staying comfortable while you work means you get more done and GreenWorks have this nailed, with soft-grip cushioned rear and forward handles plus a cushioned forearm rest built in.
A safety lock-off switch prevents accidental starts and the very low weight of the machine, less than half that of an equivalent petrol machine, means handling of this well-balanced trimmer is easy, comfortable and convenient.
About GreenWorks The future is here. Once you’ve experienced the power, convenience and economy of a 40V garden tool there will be no going back. The G-MAX 40V Li-Ion range from GreenWorks is already a best-seller in the US and Europe, now it’s ready to revolutionise the way Kiwi’s take care of their backyard.
Clean, green, quiet and maintenance free, with no compromises – experience the future today.
• High performance G-MAX 40V Lithium-Ion battery system gives fade-free power with no memory loss
• 1x 40V 2.0Ah battery, 1x battery charger included
• 40cm cutting path for quick and easy trimming
• Versatile design with 3-position pivoting head for easy trimming at multiple angles
• Adjustable front handle
• Variable trimming speed
• Strong dual nylon line for trimming
• Automatic line feed
• 90 degree rotating head with edging wheel for walk behind edging for versatile use
• 2 Year GreenWorks Tool Warranty, 1 Year GreenWorks Battery Warranty
Product code: 2101507
Charge time 40V 2.0Ah: 60 mins
Cutting width: 40cm
Max. speed: 7000 rpm
Line diameter: 1.65 mm
Line feeding system: Automatic
Weight w/o battery: 4.2kg
Gael, Palmerston North - October 2016
Christeen, Invercargill - June 2016
Grant, Auckland - November 2015