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Ryobi

Model RY40210B

Internet #203763425

40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger

$119.00 /each
  • Pivoting head quickly converts between trimmer and edger
  • Variable speed trigger for more power or longer battery life
  • 5-Year Limited Warranty; 90-Day No Risk Satisfaction Guarantee

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Ryobi takes cordless to the next level with the 40-Volt Lithium-ion String Trimmer. This string trimmer is designed to deliver cordless convenience without sacrificing power. With a 40-Volt battery pack, this string trimmer delivers longer run time and fade-free power. And for you gas-lovers out there, this string trimmer actually delivers longer run time than a gas trimmer. Ryobi also loads this string trimmer with convenient features like the 11-13 in. adjustable string width for ultimate cut control. The 90 Degree pivoting head swings out for easy walk-behind edging, and the charger has your battery fully recharged in under 2 hours. Plus, this string trimmer accepts the Connexion Attachment System. This system allows you to transform your string trimmer into a pole pruner, hedge trimmer, or an edger simply by connecting the right attachment. All this performance and convenience backed by a 5-year limited warranty, makes this the perfect time to go cordless.

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  • Works with all Ryobi 40-Volt lithium-ion tools and batteries
  • 40-Volt lithium-ion high capacity battery and 90 min quick charger included
  • Premium 0.080 in. twisted single line
  • Auto feed string head for user control
  • Variable speed trigger allows more powerful cutting or longer battery life
  • 11 in. - 13 in. adjustable cutting width for longer run time or wider cutting path
  • 5-year limited warranty
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How long will the battery run on one charge?

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Huron, Ohio
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June 12, 2014
For typical trimming and edging, how long with the battery last on one charge?
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June 3, 2016
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My yard is just under half an acre of uneven ground. Lots of small trees in odd places and a tall white fence that separates the front yard from the back. To make things even tougher my yard is backed up to thick woods. So I go full power through everything. I must really give some major credit to Ryobi. I have had this particular 40 volt model for nearly 4 years now and it still whacks through anything Read More
My yard is just under half an acre of uneven ground. Lots of small trees in odd places and a tall white fence that separates the front yard from the back. To make things even tougher my yard is backed up to thick woods. So I go full power through everything. I must really give some major credit to Ryobi. I have had this particular 40 volt model for nearly 4 years now and it still whacks through anything but small trees its so powerful. Same battery as well. I get at best 25-30 minutes out of a full charge simply because I am having to go full power through some extremely tall thick brush.
Bonus-being able to turn the head 90 degrees and edge my driveway. The 40 volt power makes edging my 60 foot driveway a breeze. This Ryobi has done nothing but embarrass gas powered whackers and trimmers for the near 4 years I have had it. It has never had a single malfunction. Only thing I do not like is when the battery depletes I gotta wait a couple hours for it to recharge which wastes valuable time. So I just took delivery of the new separate 40 volt charger and new 5 amp hour 40 volt battery pack today. Already charged the big 5 pound high capacity new 40 volt pack up and installed it on the trimmer.
With this new more than double the capacity 40 volt pack the trimmer came with I should be able to get an hour and a half of full power use. SIDE NOTE-the charger that comes with the trimmer is designed to only work with the specific battery pack that comes with the trimmer. Try putting any of the other Ryobi 40 volt packs in the basic charger it will read faulty. You need the new stand alone charger to charge any of the other 40 volt packs.
All that being said this specific Ryobi whacker and trimmer is one of the best powered yard tools I have ever bought let alone used. It truly equals gas powered trimmers. With all the rain weve had here lately weeds and overgrowth are rampant in my yard. Hopefully things will have dried up enough tomorrow so I can totally obliterate the now tall weeds and overgrowth without having to stop and recharge. 10/10 Read Less
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December 20, 2015
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Hour is the most I've ever gotten in the first year. Now I am down to 5 mins. Less than 3 yrs old.
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August 23, 2014
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Depends on your yard, max 1hr battery run time under optimal conditions. For my small yard after one complete run i still have over 75% juice
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June 19, 2014
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I would say around 1 hr - 1 1/2hr. depending how heavy your fingers are... Its a variable speed trigger.
I have a large yard and I have never run short yet.
I have edged the sidewalk and weed-eated around the trees and patio twice and still have NOT had to recharge YET.
I am very pleased.
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Louisiana
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June 17, 2014
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The battery time depends on what you're cutting. If you have thick or overgrown vegetation, that will use more of the battery power. In my experience, I can use the trimmer for about 25 to 30 minutes straight, and half of the battery will be depleted.
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Nehawka, NE 68413, USA
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June 16, 2014
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If you bought the Rioby, it will probably only last 10 minutes and burn up the unit like mine did. Worst product Ever. I returned 2 such trimmers now.
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June 15, 2014
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I have a 3/4 acre yard with lots of landscaping and I can almost get it all done. I have two batteries to finish the job and then switch to the blower, which I can get all the blowing done and still have battery power left over.
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June 14, 2014
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One charge can easily do at least 1 acre.
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June 14, 2014
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Around 20-25 minutes depending on how hard the trimmer is working.
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June 13, 2014
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I have not made any kind of of bench test , but I have used my battery at least over 1 hour doing all the trimming for a yard 50 x 120, 4 times. I still have about 25% battery life left. So I doubt you would run out of power in the middle of job even at the largest of lawns.
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Bartlett, IL, USA
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June 13, 2014
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Well.. Bob I really don't know because I normally cut the yard two time a week, after using the trimmer about 4 times I put the battery on the charger but is not dead yet. I'm very please how this trimmer works so far.
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Richmond, California
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June 13, 2014
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To be fair, battery life is very good . it all depends on what you trim. i used it to cut tall grass about 2 to 3 feet in height and also weeds which are harder than the grass. i can cover about 1000 sq feet or about 120 meter square. i have very big yard and i can complete it in two charges.
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the lever to change from trimmer to edger. The wheel does not allow the lever to come down far enough to change from wleeding to edger or visa versa

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this is a Robi cordless
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I have exactly the same problem. Goes into edger position easily, but the wheel prevents easily returning to the trimmer position. I have not found a good solution other than to over-power the darn thing. I've had it quite a while now and pretty much made peace with the tiny spools.
All in all, they could have hit this out of the park. All other features are good.
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I have the same issue with mine. The unit converts easily from trimmer to edger, but it takes me, a big pry bar and a lot of eye-hand coordination to get it snapped back to the trimmer configuration. The release lever that is supposed to let the head swivel 90 degrees forward or back cannot disengage the latch when in the edger position because the wheel on the edger guard is too large and prevents the Read More
I have the same issue with mine. The unit converts easily from trimmer to edger, but it takes me, a big pry bar and a lot of eye-hand coordination to get it snapped back to the trimmer configuration. The release lever that is supposed to let the head swivel 90 degrees forward or back cannot disengage the latch when in the edger position because the wheel on the edger guard is too large and prevents the lever from moving far enough. I have to pry the wheel out of the way with a big screwdriver while pushing the release lever past the wheel to get the latch to disengage and allow the trimmer head to turn back to the correct position for trimming. Love the tool, HATE this part of the design. Read Less
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Mine never gave me a problem going from trimmer to edger (guard in vertical position) but sometimes the wheel seemed to get in the way going back to trimmer. horizontal position. I'd give the guard a rap with my hand & it would then move into trimmer position. After almost 2 month heavy use it moves readily to either position by just pushing the release lever with my foot & using the ground to lock it Read More
Mine never gave me a problem going from trimmer to edger (guard in vertical position) but sometimes the wheel seemed to get in the way going back to trimmer. horizontal position. I'd give the guard a rap with my hand & it would then move into trimmer position. After almost 2 month heavy use it moves readily to either position by just pushing the release lever with my foot & using the ground to lock it fully in position. Read Less
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Call Ryobi customer service for answer
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July 12, 2014
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Been there... returned on trimmer about ready to return the replacement and go with a different brand.
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With my unit the lever just releases the trimmer head. Then I have to use my foot or the ground to finish moving the head. At the four minute mark in the video I made you can see me do this maneuver.
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June 6, 2014
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I usually push the foot lever
then rotate the base of the unit by hand to the edger position, you will feel and hear it lock into place. when done edging push lever again and rotate back to weed-eating position to weed eat , I hope this helps
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I noticed that also.....I end up turning it back over and using the weed-eater part.
Sorry
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June 5, 2014
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The tip simply pivots, much like a cap twists on or off a bottle. It seems you must be trying to twist it the wrong way. It is a little awkward. Hold down the lever with you hand and then twist the tip.
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Fort Worth, TX, USA
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June 5, 2014
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I am not sure I fully understand your question. It does rotate, and the wheel does not get in the way. You step on a little a bar with your foot and turn. Now that I've done it once, it seems easy - but it took many attempts the first time, and I was worried I was going to break something trying to get the 90° turn to happen.
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Flushing, MI 48433, USA
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June 4, 2014
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I have not had that same experienc. When changing from trim to edge it is an easy switch. Maybe the unit isn't center?
Sorry if this wasnt much help.
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Is this doable for a 5'2 woman?

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I can't handle my husbands 2 cycle gas stihl trimmer, is this lighter?
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August 4, 2016
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Hi Kygal33! The approximate weight of this item is 14lbs. Thanks for your question!
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Toledo, OH
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July 12, 2016
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I'd say it is a bit long for your height. I think Ryobi makes a similar machine that is shorter.
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Rochester Hills, MI, USA
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It weighs about the same as your husbands Trimmer. It will be just a little lighter.
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I am certain that you will find it much easier to handle. The balance of the tool is quite good.
Of course, if you have the opportunity, pick up a display unit at the store, but know that its weight (a bit heavier) and balance (much better) will be different with the battery in it.
I have found this to be an excellent tool.
The switch between trimmer and edger is easy.
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June 16, 2016
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I'm guessing, but the trimmer was probably designed for the average height (5'10') and strength guy. The balance is fairly good but you would have to hold it differently, so that would be thrown off. I'd suggest you get a shorter, lighter battery version.
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Depends on the gas model. This 40V is abt 11lbs, a Royobi gas is abt 12 lbs. There are lighter battery units, just look at the specs for each one to find the weight.
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It's not a light trimmer simply because of the battery. However, it's not going to be as unwieldy as your husbands trimmer because there is no motor to vibrate.
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In general, I would say yes it is lighter. The motor and the string assembly is quite light so its a comparison between the 40 volt battery weight versus the internal combustion engine weight. There is an area in front of the battery mount assembly where one can attach a shoulder strap. I happened to purchase the pole saw which comes with the shoulder strap but I'm sure you could make one yourself. The Read More
In general, I would say yes it is lighter. The motor and the string assembly is quite light so its a comparison between the 40 volt battery weight versus the internal combustion engine weight. There is an area in front of the battery mount assembly where one can attach a shoulder strap. I happened to purchase the pole saw which comes with the shoulder strap but I'm sure you could make one yourself. The strap then transfers the weight to the body so it makes it easier to run for long periods of time. Read Less
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Typically Kygal33 the Ryobi electric trimmer is lighter. The Ryobi weighs 15 Lbs. Most gas trimmers are between 3 to 7 Lbs. more.
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This 40 volt trimmer with the battery pack installed weighs almost exactly the same as the gas 2 cycle 25cc Ryobi trimmer. The STIHL likely is about the same as well it all depends on how big the gas tank is.
The 40 volt trimmer is far easier to work with though. It is just as powerful as the 2 stroke 25cc equivalents. You do not have to worry about having a hot small gas engine loudly banging away. Read More
This 40 volt trimmer with the battery pack installed weighs almost exactly the same as the gas 2 cycle 25cc Ryobi trimmer. The STIHL likely is about the same as well it all depends on how big the gas tank is.
The 40 volt trimmer is far easier to work with though. It is just as powerful as the 2 stroke 25cc equivalents. You do not have to worry about having a hot small gas engine loudly banging away. There is no having to worry about how much oil is supposed to be mixed with the gas etc.
There are 18 volt and 24 volt Ryobi trimmers that are lighter as well but the 40 volt model is far more capable. I have had this exact trimmer 4 years now and it has never skipped a beat. It is easy for me but then again I am a pretty big guy.
Just how heavy a trimming job needs to get done? The 40 volter is perfect for me I have a huge yard backed up to thick woods. Weeds, overgrowth and brush lots of it. The 40 volt Ryobi goes right through all of it no problem.
If you just need a trimmer for light to medium tasks then the 18 volt and 24 volt models will do just fine they weigh much less as well. Just be sure to use the right size wire and that there are higher capacity battery packs available for both the 18 and 24 volt models you get twice the run time vs the battery those other trimmers come with.
If you choose the lower voltage route and buy the high capacity packs(they are expensive but worth every penny) remember that you may need the top of the line separate 18/24 volt chargers as well. I also have the 18 volt blower and 18 volt 22 inch edge trimmer. I have the higher capacity batteries for them both they make amazing tools.
So to sum up, if you want lighter go 18 or 24 volt. The weight of these tools is listed on HD's product pages and that weight includes the battery being installed. Good luck Read Less
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Where do you get the Connexion attachments

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As far as I can tell, Home Depot doesn't sell them. So where do you find them?
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July 29, 2016
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If you can't find any of the CONNEXION attachments at your local Home Depot, check www.homedepot.com.
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Hey MS,
Just enter 203763425 into HD.com search. Scroll down till you see "accessories" on the left side and click on it. There are 15 in all. I hope that helped.
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HD sells them online.
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HD does sell them. My local HD usually has a couple different attachments in the store. Everything is available on HD's website. Just make sure the attachment is for or will work with the 40 volt head.
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Online. HD used to have one or two 40 volt attachments in store but I have not seen any in a long time. HD does sell them just online.
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May 31, 2016
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Hi MS.
Thank you for your question.
Attachments for the Ryobi 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger can be purchased on line providing that your Ryobi 40 Volt Cordless string trimmer is part of the Expand It Series. If your unit does not state that it is Attachment Capable, then you will not be able to purchase accessories for your Read More
Hi MS.
Thank you for your question.
Attachments for the Ryobi 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger can be purchased on line providing that your Ryobi 40 Volt Cordless string trimmer is part of the Expand It Series. If your unit does not state that it is Attachment Capable, then you will not be able to purchase accessories for your unit.
https://www.ryobitools.com/outdoor/products/details/812
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-40-Volt-and-24-Volt-Cordless-Edger-Attachment-RY40030A/203766198
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-40-Volt-and-24-Volt-Cordless-Pole-Saw-Attachment-RY40050A/203766200
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They have them at my local Home Depot, but you can also try Home Depots webpage. I see the edger listed there.
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Unfortunately MS there are no attachments for the 40v Lithium-ion string trimmer/edger. The motor is attached directly to the head. You would need the 40v-x shaft drive model in order to use any attachments.
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Yes they do, but not in the stores - only On-Line - AND be careful. Ryobi also makes a similar line of 40 volt products which are NOT mechanically interchangeable. They are the Expand-It line as opposed to the Connexion line. I believe that the batteries are the same.
The Expand-It line has the motor in the handle-end with the battery - the Connexion line has only the battery and switch in the
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Yes they do, but not in the stores - only On-Line - AND be careful. Ryobi also makes a similar line of 40 volt products which are NOT mechanically interchangeable. They are the Expand-It line as opposed to the Connexion line. I believe that the batteries are the same.
The Expand-It line has the motor in the handle-end with the battery - the Connexion line has only the battery and switch in the handle-end, with the motor in the attachment head.
The only Connexion items I know of other than the trimmer are the Pole Saw Model RY40050A, and the Hedge Trimmer Model RY40060A - available at Home Depot On-Line for about $100 and
$70 each.
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I checked one of the attachments on the Ryobi page and it leads to a HD page that says you can have the Connexion attachments shipped to your home or shipped to your local HD for pickup, but are not available in the store on a regular basis.
The link below shows this
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ryobi-40-Volt-and-24-Volt-Cordless-Hedge-Trimmer-Attachment-RY40060A/203766202
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 889 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Ryobi Sting Trimmer Marginal but needed for Pole Edger extension tool I purchased the string trimmer in order to purchase and use the Hedge Pole Trimmer attachment. I used the string trimmer on a couple of occasions and found that it could accomplish trimming tasks but not as powerful and easy to use as a gas model trimmer I normally use. The "edger" feature of the trimmer worked well and is probably the feature of the unit I will use most. The pro's of the string trimmer is that it is light weight, easy to adjust to edger, easily provides the base units for alternative tool attachments, and the 40v lithium battery lasts a long time. The con's are that the trimmer is not heavy duty enough for large jobs, the string spool is too small - requiring frequent and timely changes, and that you have to buy this unit in order to get the attachment tools. Ryobi should sell just the base unit without the string trimmer head. May 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it I absolutely love the power of this 40 volt trimmer. I was a little woreied about using the edger, but I was pleasantly surprised how well it worked next to the house. I use the ryobi stringless bladed head with this and am vey impressed with how it performs. If you have a large yard, you will definitely need to purchase a second battery to do continual work. I have 3 batteries and 2 chargers for this and it gets me almost continuous work to trim around all me trees on and buildings on my 2 acres. August 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good alternative to gas fuel Easy to assemble works great when I run out of battery using the trimmer I substitute the one from my 40 volt blower and vice versa. Had to return first unit since it had a smaller 40 v battery that failed but Home Depot replaced with no questions asked and the two larger batteries and units both work well. Line feeding is an issue with the factory wrapped first spool. I bought some of the Ryobi brush trimmer blades to try out. More to follow.... August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The future of yard tools I am switching from gas powered to all electric yard tools. No more gas stabilizer, winterizingvand hard starting. I have switched to these 40v tools and will continue to go with highest voltage available. The trimmer works even better than the 24 v i have and cuts bigger weeds. It is a bit heavier but not too much. I have used several hours so far and am very please with performance and length of charge August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for the well groomed lawn Very user friendly, Easy to work with. Perfect for a well groomed lawn. I en joy using it. April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Clean cut The edger option is good and clean edge, while the weed eater action is okay as long as its no more than two week old grass that needs trimming, more than two weeks and the power may be insufficient. For the price and no more gas/oil mix and no more extension cords, its an good buy. I owned one for over and year and decided to buy my father one to get away for the cords and gas/oil mix. He loves it. August 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just weed eating along I already had one of these weed eaters, but the battery was going bad. It made more sense to me to purchase a new weed eater for a little more money than just purchasing a new battery. I looked at a new Ryobi model, but this product fits me better and does a great job for me. The battery charge is just about the right time for me to work. By the time that the battery charge runs out, so do I. The only change that I would make would be to put a protector around the trigger area. The one on my old weed eater broke off when it was bumped against something and I was left with just a small trigger to work with. June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Preformed as advertized, handled very well and with lots of power. I've only used it once, but assembly was easy and fast. Very well balanced, light weight with lot of power. I felt the online price didn't break the bank either. All in all I am very impressed with my Ryobi 40-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless String Trimmer/Edger. April 12, 2016
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