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24-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger - 2.6 Ah Battery and Charger Included
  • Ryobi
  • Model RY24210A
  • Internet #203681782
  • Store SO SKU #365896

24-Volt Lithium-ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger - 2.6 Ah Battery and Charger Included

Discontinued Model:

Model # RY24210

Internet #202545353

Ryobi 24-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger

Discontinued Ryobi

24-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger

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Product Overview

The Ryobi 24-Volt Cordless Trimmer/Edger is designed to handle medium-duty jobs with ease. The 11 in. - 13 in. adjustable cut swath allows you to select the right swath for the job, and the variable speed trigger provides superior control and longer battery life. This unit includes a 24-Volt lithium-ion battery and a 1-hour charger. Get into hard-to-reach spots with a 33 in. shaft length.

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  • Adjustable cut swath of 11 in. - 13 in. for more aggressive cutting or longer run time
  • High capacity 24-Volt lithium-ion cordless battery offers optimum performance
  • Converts easily to an edger for multifunctional use
  • Head pivots to allow walk-behind edging
  • 33 in. shaft length provides ample reach
  • Ideal for yards up to 2/3 acre
  • Variable speed trigger offers adjustable power
  • Lines can be replaced without the need for tools
  • 1-hour charger and 24-volt lithium-ion battery included
  • Partial assembly required
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Assembled Depth (in.)
16 in
Assembled Height (in.)
44 in
Assembled Width (in.)
19.3 in
Line style size
Maximum cutting path diameter (in.)
Recommended line diameter (in.)
Shaft Length (in.)


Assembly Required
Attachment capable
Batteries Included
Battery Type Required
24V Lithium Ion
Charger Included
Engine Cycles
Electric Motor
Extra Battery Included
Head Type
Line Advance System
Metal blade conversion kit
Multiple heads included
No-tool line replacement
Number of Trim Lines
Power Type
Product Weight (lb.)
Replaceable Head
Shaft type
Shoulder harness/strap
Start Type
Trimmer Line Type
Trimmer Type
Consumer Electric Cordless String
Voltage (volts)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does it come with a charger to

Asked by: Gordon
The above item comes with both the battery and the charger.
Answered by: RYOBIOutdoors
Date published: 2016-09-10
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Customer Reviews

24-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 151.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the money We had previously purchased a corded line trimmer from home depot for 30 bucks and it was junk. Dealing with the cord was a pain and the line feed was always getting messed up. We had reservations about purchasing another one in this price range but I am SO glad that we did. This model is fairly light in my opinion and boy is it NICE. The battery charges in less than an hour and I trimmed and edged the entire yard on a single charge. The edging feature works better than expected! Just goes to show, you get what you pay for. Great product!
Date published: 2011-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light weight trimer with more power. I have two 18 Volt Ryobi string trimmers I have used for some time. The 24 Volt model is an improvement on the 18 volt model, it's more power full, light weight, and easy to use. I like the addition of the guide wheel for edging the driveway and sidewalks. It is easier than using the 18 Volt version for the same task. The new 24 volt battery does last longer. I was able to trim around planters, walls, and then edge the driveway, walkway, and side walks on less than a full charge. I had no problems with the line feed on the 24 volt model I have. I will say that one of my 18 volt trimmers has problems feeding the line, so on it I have to extend it now a then by hand. The only down issue I have noted with the 24volt model, is the motor head only rotates 90 degrees. For edging planters, I would normally rotate the motor head 180 degrees to perform this task. The 18 volt model will allow at 180 degree rotation. The 24 volt model seems to be a good model, at to durability, time will tell
Date published: 2011-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fine for Small Yards I have a small lot, that is 0.2 acres in town. There is roughly 18 small trees and 1 large tree that requires weekly trimming. I also trim the perimeter of the house and storage building. I personally felt a gas was more trouble, due to the small size of the yard, Electric worked fine but I spent more time messing with the cords than I did trimming. Limited reviews existed on this model, but I took a gamble and gave it a try. I am only 5'-10" but most battery powered trimmers are very short. This was one of the few I felt comfortable holding. When the battery is installed, it balances very nice. Fairly light weight compared to a gas trimmer, but heavier than most battery models I held. Over all it has decent power. Actually seemed to have more power than my electric version. I have only used it at the 11" string setting, I feel the 13" setting may eat more power. Trimmer worked great in most yard conditions, I was able to slow it down in heavy grass, but only if I forced it. To give it a good test I skipped mowing between a row of trees and trimmed it all with the Ryobi. With a full charge the Ryobi ran for over 40 minutes. I could tell it did not have as much torque/power in higher grass the last 5 minutes, but over all it did find. Battery showed it had 1 bar left. The trimmer auto feeds line every time you pull the trigger. It is suppose to feed 1/4" of a inch per trigger pull. I found it to be less than that, but it still worked great. The auto feed feature does not work well with the edger, but it works great with normal trimming. The charger is very nice and has a lot of lights and printed codes on which each light means. Battery seems to charge fast. It is also wall mountable, which is a big plus for me. The trimmer only excepts 0.065 string which is very small. You will nice the string breaks really easy around concrete and/or shrubs. But the trimmer holds between 9-10', so it will last a while, before refilling. I highly recommend this item for someone with a small yard that needs minimal trimming. This is also nice for women or older people who are in need of a light trimmer. Beware if you are tall or require more than 40-60 minutes worth of trimming. If this is the case, you will need multi batteries or charge the battery between trimming.
Date published: 2011-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from How good the trimmer is I bought the trimmer this past Sunday, 5/23, brought it home, put it together, and charged the battery, which took about an hour, and began trimming my property, approx. one acre. The trimmer was much lighter than my gas one and didn't stall out and have to be restarted like my gas one did every so often. the auto line feed worked great, didn't have to tap the line feeder to feed the line. When I was done with my yard, the battery still had charge left. I am glad that I bought thie trimmer and do recommend it to any one else. EJ
Date published: 2011-05-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worse trimmer I've ever owned The "auto-feed" is useless. Very difficult to get trimmer to feed line out. You spend a lot of time manually advancing the line. If you like stopping every 5 minutes to manually pull more line out, then this trimmer is for you.
Date published: 2012-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I took a gamble on this trimmer I was worried at first after reading some of the bad reviews but I bought this trimmer anyway. When I first started it up I was not impressed with the 11" cut setting. You almost had to push the trim guard all the way up to the edge of the driveway to get it to cut anything. I then switched it to 13" and it was much better. The battery lasted the entire time I needed it to even though the charge meter went to low about half way through. It was still going strong at 20 minutes. Overall I'm happy with the purchase. It feels like a toy, but worked like a charm! Although I was happy with it, if I had a large lawn with tall grass I would not have purchased this. It seems like it was made for light duty only.
Date published: 2011-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great & gets the job done I have a medium sized yard in Carrollton, TX (Dallas suburb) and when my corded electric bit the dust wanted to try out the new Li-ion cordless trimmers for ease of use. Pulling the extension cord around and storing it is a pain! Tried a 20 volt cordless Li-ion trimmer from a different manufacturer (that I bought at a different store!) that came with two batteries. They only held a charge for 12 minutes, took 8 hours to charge and did not have the power to do the job, so I returned it and got the Ryobi 24 volt. What a difference! The Ryobi seems to have as much power as my old corded trimmer, more than enough to do a good job of edging and trimming around my medium sized yard with juice to spare! It only takes about 40 minutes to recharge too! Love the dedicated wheel feature for edging. The only downside, if you could call it that, is it has so much power it throws off alot of debris when edging! Wear eye protectors and make observers stand back! Its lightweight, easy to handle and gets the job done. So far no line issues either. After my experience with a very well known brand name competitor I'm thrilled my Ryobi works so well! I highly recommend this to anyone who needs the power and battery life to edge and trim a medium sized yard and get it done quickly and effeciently! I did not try the 18 volt Ryobi and I suspect that most users would need the power and run time of the 24 volt to get the job done. Well worth the price. Hope I don't have to replace the battery for several years though! They're expensive. Freedom from the extension cord at last!
Date published: 2011-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad but one thing! Seems to work fine, battery lasted about half an hour, the one thing I don't understand is, this trimmer cost $139 a 2nd battery cost $119 almost the price of the trimmer that comes with a battery and charger GO FIGURE So, when I need a spare battery I will just buy the complete trimmer use the battery and have a spare trimmer and charger.
Date published: 2012-06-14
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