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Model LE750

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Edge Hog 7.5 in. 11 Amp 2-in-1 Electric Landscape Edger

$89.00 /each

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The Black & Decker Edge Hog 11 Amp Electric 2-in-1 Landscape Edger features an 11 amp, high-torque motor that supplies enough power to tackle tough overgrowth and a pull-up edge guide that converts the edger to a landscape trencher. The landscape edger also features a 7-1/2 in. blade with 3/16 in. thickness and 3-position adjustable depth for greater control.

  • Assembled dimension: 30 in. W x 10 in. D x 12.5 in. H
  • 7-1/2 in. blade with 3/16 in. thickness
  • 3-position adjustable depth offers greater control
  • Tool-free assembly for convenience
  • Built-in cord retention secures extension cord
  • Door on guard for easy aCCess
  • Pull-up edge guide converts edger to landscape trencher for versatility
  • Designed for ambidextrous use for convenience
  • 11 Amp , high-torque motor supplies enough power to tackle tough overgrowth
  • Model#LE750

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Will this dig deep enough to bury cable for an invisible pet fence? (4 inches or so?)

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The machine has a guide wheel that runs along the curb or sidewalk therefore, I do not think it will work for your purpose unless you have a firm curb beside the area you are trenching. You might be able to rent an edger to try it out and see, which would save you from a large purchase.
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That's how I put in an invisable fence. Scalp the route down to bare soil with your weed eater, then take the edge hog with a new blade t max depth. Should get you about an inch & a half, but still below the grass roots. So it will stay there.
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I don't think it will go as deep as 4 inches. maybe 2, max 3.
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not quite that deep.....maybe 3 inches tops.
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No, it has a limited depth.
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trench would only be about an 1 1/2 deep. more would be needed.
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At the deepest setting be maybe around 3 1/4" - 3 1/2" or so.
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Does this model allow the blade angle to be adjusted?

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No, the blade angle is set and fixed. The blade depth does have 3 adjustments.
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No, the blade is straight. I have walks and this machine does an excellent job at making straight cuts. If you however wish to find a machine that does carved and curved cuttings, you will have to upgrade to a professional machine. It has a regular cut and a trench cut, but these are not the carved cuts of professional landscape machines.
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No blade angle adjustment on this one.
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no, blade angle is fixed. Only blade depth is adjustable.
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No, just the depth.
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negative... it's only for edging.
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do you carry replacement bladesfor this model ??

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Yes Home Depot has blades on line and in the store
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That is a great question and I plan to investigate blade availability. I will purchase 2 spares as soon as I find out where to get them.
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Getting blades for this model is no problem.
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Yes they do. I bought on in the store.
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May 14, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please see Internet #100326687. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Do I need a special extension cord? Is there a limit to length of cord I can use?

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The manufacturer would be able to answer that, but from experience, I can tell you that (2) 50' extension cords plugged together work on my Edge Hog.
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You need a utility cord approved for outdoor use. You can pick one up at any dept store. I never exceed 100 ft. Do you think you'd be safe with 2, 100 ft cords? If you can do it try, but I recommend having complete control of your power cord and to be able to see it clearly at all times. Have someone watch the cord while you experiment.
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I use a 100ft length of a standard utility cord approved for outdoor use. Beyond this I am uncertain about length limits. However, if you are cutting a vast area and several hundred feet away from an electric source I would suggest purchasing a professional quality gas powered trimmer. This would much safer.
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You can use an outdoor 14-2 100 foot heavy duty extension cord. They are rated at around 12 amps. Anything longer then that your going to build up heat in the cord. Especially if you live where it's real hot to begin with. Home Depot has a real nice one made by Ridgit for around $50 which should last you a life time if taken care of.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 373 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great This edger has plenty of power and is super easy to use. I do wish it was taller as I am 6ft 3. I used it to create an edge on my home which was a foreclosure with no work done in years. It did well although my advice is to run the extension cord to your farthest point and work back so it stays out of the way. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much easier than Weed-eating This thing rolls along the curb and driveway even with a one-handed approach, though two works a little better. I was not strong enough to control a weed-eater enough to get a clean, straight edge and always had to wait for my husband to do it! But this thing makes it easy for me. We hate small engines anyway, so we put together enough cords to reach the perimeters of the yard and keep it that way. September 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done. I gave up on resurrecting my 2 stroke gas powered edger after 5 years of disuse (oversea assignment). This B&D edger does the job my old unit couldn't do anymore. And it is quieter with no petroleum smell and smoke. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Apprehensive purchase I read all reviews. was affraid this edger would not work for me! it is AWESOME! my sidewalk is straight but in spots ground is 1/2 inch higher or lower than walk. first time I used it wasn't so good. but second time WOW! September 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Edger It did what I picked it up for and in fine style! Easy to use, good power for an electric! August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Essential garden tool The assembly is not difficult although setting the depth is a bit tricky. The tool works as described & does a nice job, especially on an older, grass hugging edge. My only wish is that it could change directions of the cut as it's pretty much a one-way affair (i.e. the wheels have to be on the grass & not in the bed or you must keep the blade to the right of what you are cutting). I would also like an additional handle further down the pole for ease in moving/carrying it. That said I was a happy gardener when I saw the results. My former attempts with a sideways mounted weed whacker could just not cut through the embedded grass roots along the edges of some of my beds. July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent I used this to dig a trench for my dogs inground fence. It works wonders. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by solid edger. would buy again Very useful for trimming my crazily high crabgrass lawn :/ Without a power tool to do it, it is a nightmare. With this, it 's still challenging, but doable. My only wish would be for the guard to lower as much as the blade. I think it's just a little shorter than the blade's longest extension. August 17, 2016
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