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Advantages of the Best Battery Powered Weed Eaters for Your Yard

By Edited Oct 23, 2016 1 3

Looking for the best battery powered weed-eater for the money?

The green movement continues to gain momentum daily, and with everyone jumping on the environmentally friendly bandwagon, you don’t want to have your neighbours glaring at your gas powered weed eater.  

But if you still want the power and ability to clean out those annoying weeds, so, what’s the best way to take your yard work to a greener field, so to speak? Battery powered weed eaters are a great alternative.

Battery powered weed eaters offer you things that their predecessors cannot, such as being light weight, and easy to move around and use through cordless power.

Gas Weed Eaters

Gas weed eaters aren’t an environmentally sound choice as they use a fuel source that isn’t going to last forever. They also, like your car, put out emissions.

They are going to be adding to your carbon footprint instead of subtracting from it. Battery powered weed eaters on the other hand don’t leave behind hazardous fumes an are much easier to maintain.

Electric Weed Eaters
Black & Decker NST2118 12-Inch 18-Volt Ni-Cd Cordless Electric GrassHog String Trimmer/Edger

Electric weed eaters do offer a more environmentally friendly choice. However, they’re not the solution, especially if you have any amount of property you want to work on.

Can you picture yourself stringing orange extensions cords together just to make it out to the back fence? Though they do have their benefits, like more powerful motors,  it seems that they are the lawn equipment equivalent of the, all but dead, corded phone.

Battery powered grass trimmers on the other hand won’t keep you tied down. You’ll have the freedom to move and reach those places where your electrician didn’t think you’d need an outlet.

Benefits of Battery Powered Weed Eaters
Greenworks 21602 20-Volt Lithium Ion 12-Inch Cordless Electric String Trimmer/Edger with 6 Amp-Hour Extended Run-Time Lithium Ion Battery & Charger

So, if you need the ease of mobility then battery operated weed eaters are definitely the right choice for you. These weed wackers or string trimmers, like all other lawn care equipment should be chosen carefully.

For example, a key thing to consider when you’re choosing a battery powered weed eater is the size of the area you plan to use it in. If for instance you have just a smaller back yard and the area around your home you may do just fine with one smaller lighter battery.

If, however, you have a multiple acre piece of property you may want to consider picking up an extra battery with your battery powered weed eater purchase, as  a cordless weed whacker will still be the best bet.  Dealing with irritating power cords over a  large yard is not fun.

Another advantage of battery operated lawn trimmers, is that like most battery operated tools, they weigh less. You’ll want to consider this and how ergonomic the design when you make your choice on the best battery operated weed eater to buy.  

Toro 51484 Cordless 12-Inch 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Electric Trimmer/Edger
It’s especially important if you have a large piece of property, you want the tool you’re using to make your job the easiest it can possibly be, minimizing fatigue.

Battery operated weed eaters can offer you a less strenuous way to clean your yard and clear unwanted weeds and plants away from your house and driveway.

So when you’re choosing battery powered weed eaters there are a many advantages of this versatile power source. You’ll be helping the environment, by lowering your carbon foot print, using less fuel, and helping to preserve the planet for the children.

You’ll also be freeing yourself from the effort and potential risks of having to drag cords all over your property too. Remember to look into the length of time the battery will last and consider your property size.



Aug 23, 2011 8:05am
Weeds can be a right nusiance when they grow in the garden, we have a lot of weed growing on our driveway too. We pick them out manually one by one which can be very time consuming, This device seems excellent. Very good article, thumbs up from me
Aug 23, 2011 8:07am
Weeds are the only thing I can grow, somehow. Everything else needs better green thumbs than mine, but weeds? uninvited guests, here they come.
Aug 23, 2011 8:10am
That was a super quick reply. Hahahahha, thats a funny comment too. I love gardening myself but weeds are the thing that does your back in trying to get them out. Once I was cleaning my little budige cage in the garen over the plant area then I got a good telling of from my Mum because I was dropping the bird food all over the place. I couldnt see what the problem was but then my Mum told me how the bird food will grow into weeds.
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