Bosch ART 23 Easytrim Cordless Grass Trimmer less than half price - £22.39 delivered @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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was posted a few weeks ago for £24.99 iirc. now even cheaper!
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#1
Plastic blades I believe.

I thin kmost people prefer standard line strimmers.

EDIT - Please note the corrections below!!!

Edited By: Benjimoron on Aug 18, 2010 10:23: a
#2
The line version is
Benjimoron
Plastic blades I believe.I thin kmost people prefer standard line strimmers.

The line version is £18.95 - bad reviews though.
banned#3
Benjimoron
Plastic blades I believe.I thin kmost people prefer standard line strimmers.

Woah, how wrong you are, those line things are horrible, I have the model up from this and it's awesome, bought it as I was sick of trying to get the line to stay with my old flymo one....
#4
Bought one because of the plastic blades.I'm sick of lines.
#5
My one arrived from amazon on Sat. Absolutely wonderful....no line to get stuck, holder jammed on etc etc. I HATED my line strimmer, and this one is just Sooooo easy
#6
Are the blades any good, or do they just break all the time ?
#7
My garden had some pretty tough bits for it to get through...and just on to my second blade. They seem to be pretty tough
#8
Thanks for the corrections!!

I'd read lots of reviews about them just coming off all the time. A line is just there and needs extending every so often doesn't it?
#9
TECHSPEC
The line version is
Benjimoron
Plastic blades I believe.I thin kmost people prefer standard line strimmers.


The line version is £18.95 - bad reviews though.


To be fair that's not a cordless one so big difference.
#10
Ordered, thanks ;)
#11
I bought one of these from the last deal posted and have to say I'm reasonably impressed.

I too had read about 'breaking' blades, but that hasn't happened to me. The blades are quite pliable and yes, will wear, if used against hard surfaces like brick, paving etc but that's to be expected - same thing happens with line strimmers - it's just more of a continuous thing there.

I also bought some replacement blades of the 'bay [though it is supplied with a packet of Bosch ones anyway] for £3.41 posted for 20. They are ALM QT028 - primarily for Qualcast, but fit this strimmer too. If anything they are ever so slightly longer and will strike the guard for a short period before wearing down sufficiently to clear it :)

As to cutting grass per se, it really is quite efficient.
#12
Its gone up now...£43.95
#13
yeah showing 43.95 for me too
#14
Bum - could have done with one of these!
#15
These are great - have had one for about 2 or 3 years. Holds charge fine for doing the edging round a reasoanable size lawn area and blades are pretty robust. Much much better IMO than a fiddly line feeder one

At £22 it would have been a steal
#16
No good telling me now the deal has expired !

LOL !!!
#17
It is so you know for next time cheeky!:p
#18
This is available again at £22.39 from http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000Y1FA46/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21

So needs unexpired..

Edited By: Faythur on Aug 23, 2010 13:19: needs unexpired
#19
Ordered and got the blades off Ebay thanks for the tip !
#20
Got mine but the on/off button sticks when you press it i guess its faulty, anyone else had the same ?

Cant believe it does not have a safety switch either.
#21
deanos
Got mine but the on/off button sticks when you press it i guess its faulty, anyone else had the same ?

Cant believe it does not have a safety switch either.


Got mine yesterday, had a check today and my on/off button also appears to stick. When you release it, the button pops out a second or so after if you let go.

Is this a design feature or do I need to return it as faulty?

Thanks
1 Like #22
If you undo the screw just above the switch it releases it so does not stick :)

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