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ONE+ 18V 13 in. Cordless Battery String Trimmer/Edger with 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger

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  • Pivoting Head for Edging
  • Variable Speed Trigger for More Control
  • Over 260 ONE+ Tools- All Work With Any RYOBI ONE+ 18V Battery
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The RYOBI 18-Volt ONE + 13 in. String Trimmer has a lightweight design making it portable and easy to use around your yard. With our auto-feed line head it will automatically advance the line whenever the trigger is released. This trimmer is also equipped with a variable speed trigger so you can have more control around fences, masonry, and other areas of your yard. Featuring a pivoting head, easily convert your string trimmer into an edger using the step to edge mechanism. The adjustable 11 in. to 13 in. cutting width allows you to optimize your trimmer for increased runtime or a wider cutting width. This trimmer comes with a 4.0 Ah battery and charger. The battery is compatible with the RYOBI 18-Volt ONE + system. Backed by a 3-year warranty.
  • Lightweight design for portability
  • Head pivots for edging
  • Variable speed trigger for more control
  • Compatible with.065 and.080 trimmer line
  • Auto-feed line head
  • Adjustable 11 in. to 13 in. cutting width
  • Includes RYOBI 18-Volt 4.0 Ah battery and 18-Volt charger
  • Works with all RYOBI 18-Volt ONE + batteries
  • 3-year warranty






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BrandRYOBIRYOBIRYOBIRYOBI
NameONE+ 18V 13 in. Cordless Battery String Trimmer/Edger (Tool Only)ONE+ 18V 13 in. Cordless Battery String Trimmer/Edger with 4.0 Ah Battery and ChargerONE+ 18V 13 in. Cordless Battery String Trimmer/Edger with Extra 3-Pack of Spools, 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger40V HP Brushless 15 in. Cordless Carbon Fiber Shaft Attachment Capable String Trimmer with 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger
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Voltage (v)18v18v18v40v
FeaturesAutomatic Line-Advance System,Edger Conversion Capable,RechargeableAutomatic Line-Advance System,Edger Conversion Capable,RechargeableRechargeableAttachment Capable,Brushless,Edger Conversion Capable,Precut Lines,Rechargeable,Zero Emissions
Line Advance SystemAutomaticAutomaticAutomaticBump
Shaft TypeStraightStraightStraightStraight
Line Style Size.080.080.080.095
Shaft Length (in.)54545450.5
Battery/ChargerTool Only(1) 4 Ah Battery & Charger Included(1) 4 Ah Battery & Charger Included(1) 4 Ah Battery & Charger Included
Power TypeCordlessCordlessCordlessCordless
Maximum Cutting Path Diameter (in.)13131315
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  • 4.4
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Three in one !!!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I purchase this one because every time I buy a gas trimmer I have issues with it And I am lucky if I get one year's use out of it without having major issues I purchased this I've because i own many ryobi tools and i love them all. This trimmer/edger can be used with the string or the blades i choose to use the blades. This is heavier than expected and longer too i am a shorty so it will take some getting used to but i love that it will weed wack and edge my lawn all i have to do us step on the handle and it turns from a wacker to an edger !!!
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    • Recommended
    Great product
    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Just purchased works great just purchased electric cordless lawn mower and blower!!!
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      I really like this but it just broke!
      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I really like this tool but it just broke after a month. The weed string blade broke clean off!
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        Great combo but hard to move between functions
        [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Since this is a combo tool and I find it difficult to move out of the edger function and back to trimming, I'm taking off two stars because you should be able to use both with ease. While it's easy to assemble, the battery life is really good and it trims and edges very well, it's getting out of the edging function that really needs a re-design. It worked the first time I used it, but became a problem thereafter. What I find is that there needs to be more space between the gray pedal and the wheel in order to give it room to turn. It also needs a better way to grab onto the unit to turn it back to trimmer mode because it's at an awkward angle and I have to press the pedal down to keep it from hitting the wheel.
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          As a trimmer, 3 stars. As an edger, 0 stars.
          As a trimmer, 3 stars. As an edger, 0 stars. This combo trimmer/edger is about the same size as the last one I had, but slightly heavier, due to the battery size. It is perfectly manageable for the average male or female. Unfortunately, other than that, it has only a couple of things going for it. It works well enough on the “trimmer” setting provided that you don’t release the trigger too often (for the reasons described later). I used it at my mom’s house on a large patch of tenacious weeds at least 30 feet by 120 feet that the lawn service had been avoiding. The weeds were about 10 inches high but in a shady spot, so they were not particularly dense. The trimmer worked well for a good hour, whacking down the weeds, and never really losing any power until right before the battery went dead. On the “edger” setting, though, it is absolute torture. It is without a doubt the most frustrating tool I have ever used on my lawn. For starters, it is not a very smooth transition to switch it from a trimmer to an edger, or vice versa. The foot pedal is a joke. I found it to be completely useless. Every time I want to switch modes, I need to turn the whole tool upside-down to make the change. And the claim that “Every Trigger Release Advances String” is totally false. This last time I used the tool, which was only the fourth time overall, it would go no more than 15 to 20 seconds at a time before I would have to manually refeed the line by, again, turning the whole tool upside-down, taking the spool assembly apart, and rethreading the line back through the little hole. I think the problem is that the specially “twisted” Ryobi line gets stuck on itself within the spool, which prevents it from advancing as it should. Then the little stub retreats back inside the spool and cannot find its way back out. So you fix it, and then literally 20 seconds later, you have to do it all over again. At this rate, my lawn takes 30 minutes to cut, but 60-plus minutes to trim and edge. No thanks! As if that isn’t annoying enough, the spools don’t last very long. My property is pretty small – only 50 feet by 60 feet. One spool lasted for only one single trim. After the first time I used it and ran out of line, I purchased additional Ryobi cartridges, thinking that maybe the trimmer came with a “starter” spool with a shorter amount of line – but that was not the case. Even with the new spools, each one lasted for only one trim. That’s more than 5 bucks’ worth of line each time I use the trimmer. Ridiculous. In the end, while it did do the job edging, it's just not worth the time and angst. I felt like I was talking to a bad boyfriend the entire time I was using it: “I hate you. You are the worst! Do I have to do everything myself? Stop being difficult!” My neighbors probably think I’ve gone bananas. I mean, I’ll keep the battery and charger to use for my other Ryobi products, but I am absolutely done with using this tool.
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          Response from RYOBIJun 3, 2022
          Hello, Eightofeight - We're very sorry to hear about the frustrating experience you've had with this trimmer! And we'd appreciate an opportunity to discuss this further and see if we can make it better. If you would, please keep an eye on your inbox for an email from us at Reviews@RYOBItools.com. RYOBIOutdoorTools
          3 found this review helpful
          Great concept, poor realization due to auto string feed feature
          I ordered this trimmer/edger with high hopes for a tool that has more than one function. I went to work using the trimmer configuration as soon as I got it out of the box and charged the battery. It worked great! It was nice to have the automatic line feed instead of the old “tap and go” line advancer so that I didn’t look like I was pounding a snake to death in the grass. I was working in some pretty heavy grass in a ditch so I could hear the line advancing as I worked. Unfortunately most of the line on the spool disappeared as I cut. When I went to replace the line I realized that it would be easier to replace with a pre-wound spool instead of reloading the spool as I was used to doing. Pre-wound spools were cheap so I didn’t mind. I found that another negative was the weight of the trimmer head, I had forgotten this characteristic of electric trimmers. By the time I finished the ditch my shoulders felt like I had been swinging a bush axe! I decided to try out the edger function. It was very easy to change over by pressing the pedal and rotating the trimmer head. I can see that the wheel may interfere with rotation of the head as time goes on. However using the edger was excellent. It cut a very straight but shallow line thru centipede grass. Unfortunately the automatic line feed was a problem again. By the time I had edged about 20 feet along my driveway the string was used up. I believe that this trimmer/edger is a good idea but the automatic line feed makes it nearly unusable. Would I recommend it? That's a big maybe. Perhaps with more practice I’ll get better at it.
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          • Recommended
          Grass Deflector: Loose Cutting Blade Broke off
          [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Bought String Trimmer 6 days ago. Used it for the first time today and cutting blade for the string was loose. I tightened the screw that holds the cutting blade a number of times, but it kept loosen and the blade began to spin. Also noticed that the plastic edge close to the blade was cracking. Finally, the blade broke-off and took the plastic section, that held it in place, with it. Poor quality design of the grass deflector. Otherwise, it operated well.
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            Great!
            [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this and I am so happy with it. I love the brand.
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              • Recommended
              Great edge trimmer, Great concept: One Battery fits Everything
              I really like this Trimmer/Edger. Having one rechargeable battery type (18V/4Ah) that fits all of the One+ power tools is easy and convenient. It was easy to assemble out of the box (about 10 mins), and the battery charged in just a few hours. FEATURES I LIKED: - The unit is relatively light and well balanced - Dual speed capable. - Battery Run time: about 1 hour. Usually enough time to trim an average size suburban lawn. - Rotable motorhead (horizontal and vertical): … so you can trim around trees, fence posts etc (horizontal mode)…or you can edge your driveway and sidewalks (vertical mode). - The head can be easily rotated from horizontal to vertical using a foot pedal on the back of the motor head. - It has a guide wheel on the head to help you make consistently straight cuts. - Automatic line cutoff blade keeps the trimmer string trimmed to 11in. or 13 in. (adjustable) - Auto line advance. This unit advances the trimmer line in ¼ inch increments by stopping/starting the switch trigger (see instructions). DO NOT try to advance the line by “bumping” the head on the ground (as is common technique used in older trimmer models). - The only expendables needed for this unit is some occasional silicone spray for some of the moving parts, and replacement line spools which are available for about $11/spool (9 ft length). Spool multipacks are available in 1,3,5, & 10 quantity. - Easy to follow instructions OVERALL: I like this trimmer. Being able to “borrow” batteries from other One+ tools is a great time-saver in the event you run out of juice midway through your lawn trimming task.
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              • Recommended
              unique new foot-tilt feature, well balanced, quiet, automatic string entension and auto-trim
              Assembly was easy and fast! Push the extension into the other pole; two screws hold it in place. The guard is held by three small screws and lock into place automatically thanks to recessed cups. You only need a phillips screwdriver, nothing else. Weighs about 10 pounds with a 4aH battery. The big battery makes it feel lighter because it balances the business-end. I show that in the photo where I hold it with just two fingers. It gets up to speed almost instantly. Runs fairly quietly: at around 87 decibels, WAY quieter than our neighbors noisy stinky old gas machines. (WATCH my SHORT 8 second video to hear it in action.) Has plenty of torque to cut weeds, grass and even some small saplings. Comes with the string installed. Replacing the string is easy and fast. It holds about 13 feet of trim-line. One feature I really like is how it extends and cuts the line automatically. You don't need to "tappy-tap-tap" all the time. Just pull the switch, the line extends a little bit and trims automatically. A unique new feature is the foot-operated "tilt-to-trim" position. ( SEE PHOTO) Just step on the foot pedal; the head rotates 90 degrees. The wheel supports the trimmer and helps guide it. That makes edging much neater and easier. That also makes it easier to stand out of the flying-debris-path. I still wear safety goggles, but now I'm not covered in grass clippings! Nice. On thick patches of grass this tends to slow down a bit, but that doesn't matter much for small jobs I do at home. A professional might need more power for bigger jobs. I don't. Battery life is plenty for our yards and walkways. We use this at our lake property which has four-hundred feet of walkway from the garage down to the pier. I get done in about 20 minutes and the motor still runs strong with the 4aH battery. Ryobi chargers do more than just charge the batteries. They monitor and maintain battery health. Ryobi batteries have proven to be reliable in all our Ryobi tools. I have about thirty Ryobi tools, some of which we've used for ten years or more. I attribute much of that to Ryobi's smart chargers. Overall, I rate this string-trimmer quite high for ergonomic features, reasonable power and reliability. It is definitely a "best value" tool that's well-suited to homeowner's needs. A professional might need more power for bigger jobs and daily use. For this practical homeowner, Ryobi is my first choice. They have never let us down.
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              • Recommended
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