Our Top Choice
Toro Max 12” Cordless Weed Eater
Toro has an impressive history and an even more impressive reputation, which it lives up to with its 12” Cordless Weed Eater.
Power saving features. Quickly converts from trimmer to edger. Easily handled. Designed for maximum comfort. Efficient thanks to wide cutting. Durable. Adjustable height.
A bit expensive, but a wise investment.
Black and Decker GH900 6.5 Amp String Edger/Trimmer
Black and Decker is a household name with over a century of history. It continues to provide consumers with affordable tools and appliances, such as the GH900 weed eater.
Lightweight. Impressive power for price. Automatic feeding. Cord retention protects against disconnection. Simple trimmer to edger conversion. No harmful fumes. Easy storage.
Motor has a lifespan of roughly 2 years, but that’s a great lifespan for this price.
Husqvarna 128LD String Trimmer
Husqvarna is a brand with a royal history that continues to live up to and surpass expectations by delivering high-end products like the 128LD weed eater.
Powerful. Multipurpose capabilities. Easy to start up. Simple to use. Durable. Easy to store and transport. Great for a homeowner or lawncare professional.
Pricey, but a terrific investment.
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Greenworks G-MAX 14-Inch String Trimmer
The Greenworks brand is built on delivering eco-friendly and quality products. That’s what it did with the G-MAX 40V 14-Inch string weed eater.
Lightweight. Silent operation. Attachment compatible. Can be used with gas attachments. Zero carbon emissions. Good battery life. Great torque. Efficient.
Some may find it expensive. But it’s a great long term investment.
Ryobi 18V One+ Cordless Weed Whacker
Ryobi started in Japan and has since gone global. It caters to the needs of its customers with great products, such as the 18V One+ 12” Weed Eater.
Lightweight. Quick startup. Easy to use. Dual edging and trimming. Good battery life. Adjustable length. Affordable. Durable.
May not be powerful enough for a few users.