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Bladed Trimmer Head (2-Pack)

$14.97 /each

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If you're trying to take down thick weeds and heavy vegetation, add this bladed head to your Ryobi cordless or hybrid trimmer and get the job done effortlessly. The head has two serrated blades and installs easily, by simply removing the spool cap and spool and snapping the bladed head into place.

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  • Uses two serrated blades
  • Fits all Ryobi 18-Volt, hybrid, 24-Volt and 40-Volt (RY40210 and RY40210A) string trimmers
  • Side push buttons snap into trimmer head for easy installation
  • Ideal for thick weeds and grass

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are the blades replaceable?

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West Branch, MI
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July 19, 2016
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No. You replace the whole head. Mine has lasted a month with a lot of usage. I finally broke the tip on one blade, but not sure when or where. This will last forever if you are just trimming weeds. I am trimming a little more than that-small trees, 3 foot tall weeds. Mine has still lasted with heavy useage.
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June 28, 2016
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No.
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September 2, 2015
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No - the whole thing is disposable. They do not last very long if you are running them up against rock or stone. However, the are so easy to use - the lack of durability doesn't decrease the value.
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August 27, 2015
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Blades are not replaceable - but you can take strings and slide them through the blunted blades and make them behave like those large torque producing gas powered trimmer. As an experiment, I went to Home Depot in Roanoke TX and got a 0.095 inches string for $2 or so. Then I slid them through the gap. One end got it taught and the other end was slightly loose. So I took the green string that came with Read More
Blades are not replaceable - but you can take strings and slide them through the blunted blades and make them behave like those large torque producing gas powered trimmer. As an experiment, I went to Home Depot in Roanoke TX and got a 0.095 inches string for $2 or so. Then I slid them through the gap. One end got it taught and the other end was slightly loose. So I took the green string that came with the Ryobi trimmer (out of the box) and inserted it on the end that was falling off at high rotational speeds.
Now the blunted, non-removable blade act like holders for the strings and now I have got a battery operated, no threading/stringing trimmer, and that works like the gas powered string trimmers. regards, ravi. Read Less
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Fuquay-Varina, NC
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August 11, 2015
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No, you have to replace the entire head assembly.
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Mesa, AZ
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August 4, 2015
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No, the Bladed Trimmer Head comes in a 2-pack, so you will need to either use the second one or buy another 2-pack.
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West Jordan, UT, USA
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July 30, 2015
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No, they are not replaceable, and they are also not durable. Being able to buy and easily replace the blades rather than replacing the entire head, would be a major improvement for this product.
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July 22, 2015
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No, the blades on the Ryobi Bladed Trimmer Head cannot be replaced.
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July 21, 2015
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No. Blades are riveted in place.
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July 21, 2015
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Hi-Backyard. No the blades on the two-bladed trimmer head cannot be replaced. Thanks for your question.
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How long does the blade generally last?

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July 29, 2016
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Hi Gmoni! There are many factors that will determine the longevity or wear and tear of the bladed trimmer head, therefore we cannot guarantee how long they will last. Thanks for your inquiry!
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July 29, 2016
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Hi Gmoni. It all depends on the use of it. Because they are not all being used the same. Thanks for your question.
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July 28, 2016
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It depends on the way you use it.
If you just trim grass or weeds, and do not hit any concrete, wood or stone, it might last a season.
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Pflugerville, TX
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July 28, 2016
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A few uses at most. Stick with the traditional vinyl line, or find a different bladed product.
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Hello GMONI, there are many factors that would effect longevity. I have had my 2 pack since 24 May 16, I have a 1/3 or an acre with a Cattle Panel Fence all around & these have made it to July 27th... that said the blades have hit the steel posts & steel fence numerous times. If trimming isn't around hard objects you will be fine & they will last awhile. If not they wear out quickly. Good price when on Read More
Hello GMONI, there are many factors that would effect longevity. I have had my 2 pack since 24 May 16, I have a 1/3 or an acre with a Cattle Panel Fence all around & these have made it to July 27th... that said the blades have hit the steel posts & steel fence numerous times. If trimming isn't around hard objects you will be fine & they will last awhile. If not they wear out quickly. Good price when on sale for around $9 bucks or so. Hope this helped. Read Less
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Does this make edging any easier/more effective when used with an 18v Ryobi trimmer/edger?

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No, this product is weak!
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Hello Alexander, Yes it does. At least from my experience. Especially the edger function. I hope this helped.
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May 21, 2016
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Hi Alexander, the bladed head is for thicker grass trimming. Hope this helps!
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Not really. It is all personal preferences.
For me, I keep it for a quick change, when the line runs out on the spool.
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I use the string (you can buy 3 packs of them at Home Depot) for edging the lawn. The blade head seems to work best for chopping off big stringy/dry weeds or stalks or saplings. I'm really happy with mine and actually enjoy edging my lawn around the driveway and sidewalks for the first time now that I have a cordless trimmer.
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Dors this replace or work in tandem with the string spool?

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July 29, 2016
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Thank you, Yardie. This replaces the string spool.
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This head replaces the string spool. However, it is easy to change them,
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yes
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they are interchangeable, the string is better for grass, weeds and edging the lawn, the blade trimmer for heavy/woody stalks type weeds or plants.
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April 14, 2016
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No, the head has two serrated blades and installs easily, by simply removing the spool cap and spool and snapping the bladed head into place.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 148 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Buy This Product Each blade was completely worn down before completing one trim of my yard. In big, bold letters are the words "Durable". I guess the Marketing Department must have tested this product on soft butter, not St. Augustine grass when deciding on the word durable. I own or have owned several Ryobi products over the past few years with good results, until I used this one. Today, while at my local Home Depot, I attempted to speak with a manager to show them the product along with my receipt showing where I purchased the product less than three weeks ago. After waiting approximately 15 minutes, I went to shop for the product I came for. If I could have spoken with a manager, I would have advised the product be removed from the shelves. I've never before seen such an inferior product at Home Depot and I've been a frequent visitor over the past 30 years or so. I'll still shop at Home Depot, but will definitely look at future Ryobi product purchases with a different perspective. BTW, a first time reviewer just to give you some sense of how upset I am about this product. If someone with Home Depot is reading this stuff, a photo of the trimmer heads and my receipt have been attached to this review. July 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by got was less out of it than expected Product was ok but definetely didnt hold up. Got about 2 uses out of it. Great idea, bad quality. May 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY!!! Believe the other negative reviews on this product. Do not ignore them like I did. I have a postage stamp sized front yard. Trimming around the two trees, a few bricks, and edging the extremely short driveway and sidewalk ate up the first head in about 15 mins. Bought these since the auto feed function on my trimmer stopped working and I'd have to manually feed out more line every so often. These are a waste of money and I'm going back to the manual option since the trimmer/edger still works great. April 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Blade trimmer head....ok..but needs replaceable blades Nice improvement to a string trimmer..gives it more cutting power in deeper grass and weeds. BUT...the cutter blades are riveted onto the cutter head and when the blades wear out, you have to toss the whole head..! If they bolted on, like any other trimmer, then it would cost a lot less to replace. SO for that piece of " guy" engineering, I give it three stars. Are you product engineer GUYS listening? ( probably not..) August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very effective tool This attachment for my string trimmer was very effective at removing thick weeds in rocky areas of my 5 acre lot. Past efforts to remove the thick weeds in the rocky areas with the string was not very successful. The work was slow and used reels of string. I purchased a two pack and used one head during a 6 to 8 hours of cutting. The head successfully cut soft weeds up to 1/2 inch in diameter and more dense to woody weeds up to 1/4" in diameter. The trimer was not effective at cutting wood bushes but I did not expect it to. If the work area was had not been so rocky the head would have lasted much longer. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Totally disappointing product As with many other reviews, the problem with this product is the advertisement as "durable," and as some sort of clear alternative to the problem of constantly hassling with unspooling traditional vinyl line. I bought a 2-pack of this product for $15. The first head has worn down after three uses. Any contact with sidewalks, curbs, edging stones, etc., totally disagrees with this product. As much as I thought the traditional vinyl line was brittle, this thing advertised as "tough" is just plain old "weak." Very disappointed... July 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Purchase It was easy to attach to weed eater,it does a good job on tough weeds. it needs stronger blades on it. otherwise I like this product. would buy it again.. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I put this head to the test! It works well. I used this head on my Ryobi electric trimmer to cut down 4 foot tall weeds in an unused dog kennel. It worked very well. It doesn't cut in between the chain link wires like line would, but it didn't break, either. I bought this to maintain the electric fencing around my horse pasture. It works well for that. It does not cut down thick stems like burdocks, but it will cut grass and weeds up to 1/2 inch thick. I feel that this head has lasted through projects that would normally take 1 package of line. The only hard thing for this head was trimming around the small boulders that line my flower beds. The blades hit the rocks and do not cut where the line does. As long as you keep that in mind, this head will make your life easier. July 19, 2016
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