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ECHO

Model # SRM-225

Internet # 100675439

Store SKU # 306575

2 Cycle 21.2cc Straight Shaft Gas Trimmer

$199.00 /each
  • Professional Grade design, best selling ECHO trimmer
  • Reduced-effort starting system makes start ups a breeze
  • Features Speed Feed 400 head that re-loads without disassembly

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Product Overview

The professional-grade SRM-225 is ECHO's most popular straight shaft, gas trimmer. Lightweight, well balanced and easy to use, this trimmer also is fuel efficient. With its long reach and great features, the ECHO SRM-225 trimmer lets you get your yard in great shape.

  • 5-year consumer warranty and 2-year commercial warranty
  • 21.2cc professional-grade, 2-stroke engine for powerful performance
  • 59 in. straight shaft with flex cable drive provides a long reach
  • Reduced-effort starting system makes start ups a breeze
  • Speed-Feed 400 trimmer head reloads line in seconds without disassembly
  • Bump head trimmer line release enables continuous operation by instantly letting out premeasured lengths of line
  • Productive 17 in. cutting swath
  • Ergonomic, adjustable front handle for customer fit
  • Ergonomic throttle handle with rubber grip for comfort
  • Low-vibration design helps reduces fatigue for longer use
  • 17 in. cutting width
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
11 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
11 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
73 in 
Line style size 
.095 
Maximum cutting path diameter (in.) 
17 
Recommended line diameter (in.) 
.095 
Shaft length (in.) 
59 

Details

Antivibration 
Yes 
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Attachment capable 
No 
CA (CARB) Compliant 
CARB Compliant 
Clutch 
Centrifugal 
Commercial 
Yes 
Engine Cycles 
2 Cycle 
Engine Displacement (cc) 
21.2 
Engine Type 
2 Cycle 
Fuel Type 
Gas & Oil Mix 
Fuel tank capacity (oz.) 
14.9 
Head Type 
Wind without Assembly 
Line Advance System 
Bump 
Metal blade conversion kit 
No 
Multiple heads included 
No 
No-tool line replacement 
No 
Number of Trim Lines 
Power Type 
Gas 
Product Weight (lb.) 
12.1 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Replaceable Head 
Yes 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Shaft shape 
Straight 
Shaft type 
Straight 
Shoulder harness/strap 
No 
Start Type 
Manual 
Trimmer Line Type 
String 
Trimmer Type 
Consumer Gas String 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
5 year consumer/ 2 year commercial 

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Does does does Echo weed eater have a remanufactured carburetor for a gas gas plate search

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July 26, 2016
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Due to the technical nature of this inquiry, please contact ECHO's Consumer Support Department at #800-432-3246.
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can the head be removed?

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Houston, TX
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July 20, 2016
if i decide to replace the head of the weed eater can the factory one be removed and replaced with an aftermarket head? I don't like having to replace the line with a spool and I'd rather put a different head on it and replace the string individually
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July 22, 2016
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The SRM trimmer heads can be removed by inserting a locking tool in the side of the gear case and turning the head clockwise until it comes off.
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July 21, 2016
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yes you can remove the head that came with it, i be leave you stick a screw driver in the little slot and then use both hands and turn counter clock wize and you should be good to go, i wish they had not gotten rid of the original head too, i hated the one that came with it also!
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July 21, 2016
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You don't have to replace the line with a spool. The head is a quick feed as the description states:
"Features Speed Feed 400 head that re-loads without disassembly"
You can always download the operator's manual in .pdf format for most equipment, including this particular one.
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July 20, 2016
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Yes, the head of this trimmer is removable.
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Why are you charging more than the MSRP?

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weed wacker will not release string when Bumped in other words bump does not work

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July 16, 2016
I have taken machine to a professional garden shop repair place because wind in string did not work
that was solved now at home will not bump out feed line to work
Shop repair place has been in business for over 20 years he did not run machine and
test bump out on string.
acts like locked up ? what could be the cause of this can any one reply?
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Southern California
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July 23, 2016
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You probably fead the New Trimmer Line in backwards. I did the same thing!
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July 22, 2016
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The trimmer line may not be long enough. If the line is not fully extended it may get sucked back into the cutting head when reducing speed. The trimmer line could be melted. This could be caused by cutting too closely to hard objects like concrete, or chain link fences with the middle of the line instead of using the tips of the line to cut. When cutting with the trimmer line too close to an object, or Read More
The trimmer line may not be long enough. If the line is not fully extended it may get sucked back into the cutting head when reducing speed. The trimmer line could be melted. This could be caused by cutting too closely to hard objects like concrete, or chain link fences with the middle of the line instead of using the tips of the line to cut. When cutting with the trimmer line too close to an object, or by not using the tips of the line, a lot of friction and heat is built up inside the trimmer head. This buildup of heat causes the line to melt.The spool was installed upside down. The Speed Feed 400 cutting head offers the ability to use it on units that run clockwise and counter clockwise. If the head is installed on a SRM or a 58V trimmer then the letter "L" on the spool should be facing out. If the letter "R" is facing out then the spool should be flipped over and the head can be reassembled. Read Less
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July 18, 2016
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I had similar problem once and found out cause was to much line wound around. Try putting less line in and give everything a squirt of WD40. Good Luck.
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July 18, 2016
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sound like the string was either wound in the wrong direction, or spool put in upside down
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July 18, 2016
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Broke
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July 18, 2016
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Are you loading the string properly? You are supposed to push the proper amount of line into and through the spool, then turn the spool in the proper direction as per instructions in the manual. Have you checked online with Echo via their support drop down?
No need to take the spool apart. Just feed the line into and through the spool.
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July 18, 2016
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It's broken get new head!
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July 18, 2016
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Check to make sure the string is put in correctly. If it is, take the machine back to Home Depot as they have individuals in the dept. that are knowledgeable and should be able to correct the problem and this way you will then know what to do next time. If they cannot help you just return it for a new one. As ours works great.
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July 18, 2016
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Mine works fine, just make sure that when you are winding the string in you di it slow so it will not overlap and get caught up when it comes out.
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July 17, 2016
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When you push on the head by hand does it go in? If not you have a bad spring. If it does, try taking the internal spool out and turn it over.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 2622 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great I just bought a srm.225 today 5/13/16 to replace my old srm 2300 that I bought in either 2000/2001.I have read that you can not use pas/att on the 225.I have all ready used my pas power pruner on it .worked fine. May 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awsome trimmer machine, bought 4-17-2014 For me this machine is what I want in a yard trimmer. I go from cutting grass to buzzing a bush. It has the power when needed for thick heavy wet grass and or vine. I put the smack down on what ever grows out of place. Easy starting every time with smooth idle to screaming string like a killer hornet. I love it, I am picky about my tools and it does the job for me every time. I can depend on it. I buy mid grade fuel mix in good two stroke oil and no problems. I do burn out some string but to me that is to be expected as to what I'm smacking down. Great tool. bought it 4-17-2014 and it will scream all day with no problems. Electric or battery tools don't compare to this for what I use it for. July 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice unit Only used the unit twice, but so far so good. Have to get used to the straight shaft - it extends the length of the trimmer and makes it a little harder to use for a short guy like me (5'9"). While it allows me to reach out somewhat further, the typical close-up trimming takes some getting used to with the longer shaft. Had to return the first unit because it began leaking grease at the trimmer head before I ever used it. But Home Depot exchanged it without an issue and the second unit has been great. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great yard tool Very easy to assemble, actually stupid easy since the thing is already assembled. Just load the included string and some pre-mix gas. Make sure to use super unleaded as mentioned in the instructions. A few quick pulls and the trimmer is ready for action. The engine warms up quickly and only requires a minimum of choke. The string lengthens with just a tap on the ground. So far, I am very impressed with this unit. My original trimmer was a Toro which functioned for over 15 years before the shaft bearings wore out. The next unit was a Poulan, and that one was utter garbage. Only lasted a few years before the engine refused to start and the pull mechanism broke. Don't ever buy Poulan, it's Chinese junk. By comparison, the Echo is well designed and super easy to operate. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worked good for only 2 seasons Used for 2 summers after that engine was bogging down replaced carb thought ethanol maybe affected it. Ran ok for about week with new carb and started bogging down again. Replaced fuel lines and primer bubble still runs like garbage. I have a $70 weedeater trimmer that is 9 years old and never gave me a problem this thing is a true piece of garbage!!!!!! July 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great trimmer! This is the first trimmer I have ever purchased, and I have been very pleased with the quality and operability of the product. Easy to start, easy to use. I am very glad that I elected to purchase the Echo Trimmer, and would recommend it to anyone who needs a quality trimmer. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stop looking. Stop buying cheap trimmers and get this one I have a pretty good sized lot (almost an acre). I had a cheap Weedeater brand trimmer than I kept running each year. Finally it was just worn out. I always thought it did an okay job, but heck I paid under $100 for it back in '07 or so. Tried the new Dewalt cordless 20V trimmer. 2 uses, stopped working, dropped it off at the closest service center (100 miles away) took them TWO MONTHS to repair - it was Winter when I got it back. Tried to break it out last month, and SAME THING. Barely ran - battery tested good. Read reviews, looked around and finally bit the bullet on the Echo, since it was in stock down the street and I wanted to get the yard done. WHAT A DIFFERENCE a good trimmer makes. Fired right up, idled smooth and CUTS like NOBODY'S business. Worth every penny. Just buy it. July 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Just brought it home, won't start Complete junk. Bought it brand new. Followed the 'Quick Start' directions to a tee. Even used Echo's premium 50:1 fuel. Never even came close to starting. I understand that a piece of equipment like this is hard to do a quality control start up at the factory, because you'll most likely leave fuel residue behind. But something has to be done to ensure that the thing works before a customer spends a couple hundred dollars on the thing. Headed back to the store now...where I won't be getting another Echo product. July 11, 2016
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