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Anyone have the 20v weed eater from dewalt? I've already got a bunch of 20v tools so I thought the weed eater might be a good addition. How well does it work? Amazon reviews are mixed.
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Anyone have the 20v weed eater from dewalt? I've already got a bunch of 20v tools so I thought the weed eater might be a good addition. How well does it work? Amazon reviews are mixed.


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Old 03-14-2017, 01:18 AM   #3
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That's how I've always been. And I have nothing bad to say about my stihl. Just wonder if this would be easier and cleaner.
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I have it and it works great. My yard is an acre with alot of trees to weedeated around. Light and quite and I do the whole hard on 1 battery.
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Last summer I sold my gas weedeater and bout an 18 volt lithium Ryobi weedeater. I did this so that my wife can go out and do some yard work if she wants to (she could not deal with the vibrations from the gas weedeater ).

Well, after several months here is what I think of a cordless vs. a gas weedeater.

If you have a smallish yard and you stay on top of the yard work then an electric one will do just fine. I can almost weedeat the front and back yard as well as edge around the driveway with a single 3.0 amp/hr extended range battery, and I have a small 0.25 acre city lot. The cordless weedeater does not have the power of a gas one. However, not having to deal with gas at all, not having to think about storage or tune ups is really nice. I can grab the cordless one after it has sat for months and go straight to full throttle seconds after I pick it up. I did buy a couple of extra batteries for mine as I also picked up an 18 volt blower to clean the patio and driveway off once I'm done.

As long as you know the limitations of a cordless, and you are ok with those limitations then you'll be fine.
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We have one at work and it does a good job. We can do about an hour of work on 1 battery which will do most yards plus some. Buy an extra battery and you can get a lot done. It has plenty of power as well.

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I have the Ryobi 18v also. It will do almost anything that a gas one will as long as you don't get in a big rush. One thing that I have not found though is any kind of a brush blade for an electric weed eater.
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Price wise you can go Echo and never run out of power
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I decided to give it a try. I've already got plenty of the batteries so I won't run out of power. If it doesn't work I'll return it and continue to use my Stihl
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Price wise you can go Echo and never run out of power
You can run out of gas though I can change a battery easier and faster than I can fill up a tank with mixed fuel. And i despise echos
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You can run out of gas though I can change a battery easier and faster than I can fill up a tank with mixed fuel. And i despise echos
How long does it take you to fill up with a pint of gas? Lol
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How long does it take you to fill up with a pint of gas? Lol
at least 3 seconds longer than swapping a battery My time is valuable!

But honestly, I use the 20v dewalt stuff every day so I already keep batteries charged. Making sure I have mixed gas is more of a hassle than changing a battery.
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at least 3 seconds longer than swapping a battery My time is valuable!

But honestly, I use the 20v dewalt stuff every day so I already keep batteries charged. Making sure I have mixed gas is more of a hassle than changing a battery.
Lol just pickin. I understand the gas thing. I just buy the premixed gas in a can for all my 2 cycles and always have 3-4 cans on the shelf. Beats the crap out of these sorry gas cans these days and I don't have to worry about ethanol. I saw where Stihl is making a battery powered mower as well. Has me curious.

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Old 03-15-2017, 12:11 AM   #14
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Lol just pickin. I understand the gas thing. I just buy the premixed gas in a can for all my 2 cycles and always have 3-4 cans on the shelf. Beats the crap out of these sorry gas cans these days and I don't have to worry about ethanol. I saw where Sthil is making a battery powered mower as well. Has me curious.
Yup I started buying the pre mix for the chainsaw and weed eater. heck of a lot easier than mixing and dealing with those stupid gas cans. Way easier to pour into a small tank too.

The thing I really want is the battery powered automatic mower. Its like a roomba for your lawn

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Yup I started buying the pre mix for the chainsaw and weed eater. heck of a lot easier than mixing and dealing with those stupid gas cans. Way easier to pour into a small tank too.

The thing I really want is the battery powered automatic mower. Its like a roomba for your lawn

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Get the hell out of here!! I'm going to sleep on that one!!
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Get the hell out of here!! I'm going to sleep on that one!!
Yup!
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Update on the weedeater;

This thing is awesome. It doesn't have the power of my Still, but thats a commercial version so I never expected it to. It has power like a decent seedeater from a box store. The batteries last longer than I thought they would. The best thing about it is its so light and quiet. You get much less fatigued using this due to the weight and the lack of noise/vibration compared to a gas powered.

On a side note, the dewater string is the best I've ever used. I weedeat around some cattle panel fences and the normal stuff gets torn up quick. The dealt stuff is incredibly tough.

If you didn't have a bunch of 20v dealt tools, I probably wouldn't recommend it, but I have a bunch of batteries charged every day, so its easy for me to plug one in and got, without dealing with mixed gas and fiddling with a seedeater to get it started.
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I've been toying with this idea for a few months. You've got me sold on a "dealt seedeater"... whatever the hell that is.

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I've been toying with this idea for a few months. You've got me sold on a "dealt seedeater"... whatever the hell that is.



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I've been toying with this idea for a few months. You've got me sold on a "dealt seedeater"... whatever the hell that is.



Lol apparently auto correct doesn't like "dewalt weedeater"
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I have the 40 volt dewalt and its a beast, my wife could never get the Stihl started without me there so I bought her this and it chews through the weeds.
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In all seriousness, I'm glad to see good reviews. I'm probably going to pull the trigger on one my dang self.
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That's how I've always been. And I have nothing bad to say about my stihl. Just wonder if this would be easier and cleaner.
stihl makes commercial grade battery powered trimmers
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Old 04-21-2017, 10:54 AM   #24
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Saw those, but I wanted to stick with the dewalt system to keep all my batteries the same.
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I used an electric because my gas trimmer needed fixed and my Dad had it in his garage.

I haven't gone back to the gas one yet. Not nearly as much power, but the ease of just grabbing it and going easily makes that up for me.

The gas one is fixed, and I have the attachments for my gas one that include the edger and stuff, but that electric one was nowhere near the downgrade I thought it would be.

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What kind of stihl weedeater do you have?..
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I got tired of temperamental 2 stoke trimmers (had an Echo for years) and I bought a 56v EGO trimmer last summer.

Great purchase - I have an acre and I never looked back!
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Is that the one you plug in instead of changing batteries? Was told about one like that recently that was loved by the owner
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Is that the one you plug in instead of changing batteries? Was told about one like that recently that was loved by the owner


The one my stihl rep brought me had a battery you could plug into the unit itself, or a battery backpack that had a cord that plugged into the trimmer. It was plenty powerful too.


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What kind of stihl weedeater do you have?..
fs100 rx i believe
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Anyone have the 20v weed eater from dewalt? I've already got a bunch of 20v tools so I thought the weed eater might be a good addition. How well does it work? Amazon reviews are mixed.
Yep! Love it! Do my entire front and back yard in one charge. Never had an issue with it not being strong enough.
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Lol! I did too!
I know a 60yr old lady that does a 5 acre yard with a battery powered weedeater.She has 2 in her garage.She loves em.

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Lol! I did too!
I know a 60yr old lady that does a 5 acre yard with a battery powered weedeater.She has 2 in her garage.She loves em.

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Lmao!

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I can't imagine getting a good edging done with a battery powered weedeater. If someone can show me a good looking edge from this thing, then I'm sold.
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I can't imagine getting a good edging done with a battery powered weedeater. If someone can show me a good looking edge from this thing, then I'm sold.
I don't do any edging as I live in the boonies so theres no sidewalks or concrete. So no help here. But I would imagine this thing would do as good as any other weed eater at edging.

It definitely as powerful as any $200-$300 weedeater
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Update on the weedeater;

This thing is awesome. It doesn't have the power of my Still, but thats a commercial version so I never expected it to. It has power like a decent seedeater from a box store. The batteries last longer than I thought they would. The best thing about it is its so light and quiet. You get much less fatigued using this due to the weight and the lack of noise/vibration compared to a gas powered.

On a side note, the dewater string is the best I've ever used. I weedeat around some cattle panel fences and the normal stuff gets torn up quick. The dealt stuff is incredibly tough.

If you didn't have a bunch of 20v dealt tools, I probably wouldn't recommend it, but I have a bunch of batteries charged every day, so its easy for me to plug one in and got, without dealing with mixed gas and fiddling with a seedeater to get it started.

Nice review. Dewalt tools are second to none when it comes to power tools. Their 20v series is bad to the bone. Anybody tried the flex volt yet?
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Update on the weedeater;

This thing is awesome. It doesn't have the power of my Still, but thats a commercial version so I never expected it to. It has power like a decent seedeater from a box store. The batteries last longer than I thought they would. The best thing about it is its so light and quiet. You get much less fatigued using this due to the weight and the lack of noise/vibration compared to a gas powered.

On a side note, the dewater string is the best I've ever used. I weedeat around some cattle panel fences and the normal stuff gets torn up quick. The dealt stuff is incredibly tough.

If you didn't have a bunch of 20v dealt tools, I probably wouldn't recommend it, but I have a bunch of batteries charged every day, so its easy for me to plug one in and got, without dealing with mixed gas and fiddling with a seedeater to get it started.
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I don't have any experience with the dewalt but I have a black and decker 20v lithium and have been pleasantly surprised with it. It also has the head that will flip over with the wheel for edging and it does a great job I think. I have yet to be disappointed with it

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I've got a Black and Decker 18 volt that I had for 1 year. Nicad batteries. It's a piece of junk. Batteries didn't last at all. Took 2 batteries to do my yard. It's going to the dump next week. Unless somebody here wants it. Lithium batteries I know last longer but I thought I'd try it. Won't make that mistake again.
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In all seriousness, I'm glad to see good reviews. I'm probably going to pull the trigger on one my dang self.
I did it. Review below.

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I can't imagine getting a good edging done with a battery powered weedeater. If someone can show me a good looking edge from this thing, then I'm sold.
I felt the same way. I've changed my mind.

I was glad to see the 90 day money back guarantee direct from manufacturer. Having had an issue with a DW screw gun several years ago, I felt like the guarantee was good, so I pulled the trigger.

I live in the boonies, with only about 250 feet of true "edging", but I maintain ~2 acres of yard, including all of the trimming around trees, beds, trailers, grills, the barn, etc. I get a better true edge with the DW than I did with my gas trimmer. I think that has everything to do with the weight and the ability to maneuver the DW with ease. As for the trimming, same story. No gouging due to muscle fatigue, and it cuts as well in normal trimming duties (yard weedeating).

I have a problem drainage area that I've yet to resolve at my entry from the county road. It has to be trimmed with the whacker due to terrain. I was convinced there was no way this DW would handle the job, given the number of weeds and woody type stuff that grows in there. I was wrong.

FTR, I only weedeat every other mowing, so about every 8 days. I edge the driveway and back porch every time. It takes me right at 25 minutes to do it all (including walking to and fro), or ~8 minutes to do just the edging. I charged the battery when I bought it, and put it back on charge for the first time last night, having done my edging and normal trimming twice, and the road entry (10 minutes) once. So, right at 45 minutes of actual run time on the first charge without any loss of power.

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