18V Li-Ion Grass Trimmer £39.99 @ Aldi
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18V Li-Ion Grass Trimmer £39.99 @ Aldi

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    Aldi description........
    'Ideal for whipping out when your grassy areas need a little grooming'
    Edited by: "paulandpam1" 8th Apr
    I considered buying this but reviews seem really poor
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    chrb12 m ago

    I considered buying this but reviews seem really poor


    I actually posted this just to see what people on here say. Not decided.

    To be fair my garden edges take about 2 mins to do...hence wanting rechargeable
    Got one of these last year, had no issues with it. Does a good job trimming around the lawns.
    Is it noisy?
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    sunny.chen30 m ago

    Is it noisy?


    I'd imagine so
    What about replace reels for them. Remember buying i think it was a black and decker one few years back it was cheap tho the reels cost a fortune.. especially the way I used to trim (flat out about 2 inches from the wall.. a spool/reel would last no time at all.
    Shenx1 h, 6 m ago

    What about replace reels for them. Remember buying i think it was a black …What about replace reels for them. Remember buying i think it was a black and decker one few years back it was cheap tho the reels cost a fortune.. especially the way I used to trim (flat out about 2 inches from the wall.. a spool/reel would last no time at all.


    never thought about buying just the nylon string then and re-winding it on the reel
    I bought one last week along with the cordless mower. The mower is a little heavy, but cuts very effectively, and I thought the trimmer was very good value and does the job well for £40. Overall I'm happy.
    gr8h8me1 h, 28 m ago

    never thought about buying just the nylon string then and re-winding it on …never thought about buying just the nylon string then and re-winding it on the reel


    Bloody genius! (that's not meant to come across as sarcastic, by the way).
    Edited by: "markinoxon" 8th Apr
    Yeah you can by the strimmer wire in shops like Rightway. Cheap n easy to wind on to the existing drum.
    I got this and the telescopic trimmer. Both excellent imho and battery surprisingly good.
    I thought this didn’t use strimmer line I thought it used plastic blades
    PaveyArk3 h, 31 m ago

    I bought one last week along with the cordless mower. The mower is a …I bought one last week along with the cordless mower. The mower is a little heavy, but cuts very effectively, and I thought the trimmer was very good value and does the job well for £40. Overall I'm happy.


    I agree I too am impressed with the cordless mower
    chrb2 h, 5 m ago

    I thought this didn’t use strimmer line I thought it used plastic blades



    "Auto-feed cutting line"


    like you OP don't have a huge area to 'trim' not sure this is worth it.
    If you just need a cheap trimmer. Check B&Q. I bought one for £15 (normal price), their own brand. But it's corded though. And Homebase had one for £15 as well, on sale.
    Just assembled mine - very impressed with the quality of the thing. Was a bit unsure about purchasing but glad I did now
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    benhan8914th Apr

    Just assembled mine - very impressed with the quality of the thing. Was a …Just assembled mine - very impressed with the quality of the thing. Was a bit unsure about purchasing but glad I did now


    Same. I bought it on Saturday. Does the job just fine!
    chrb8th Apr

    I considered buying this but reviews seem really poor


    I think some of the reviews are for a previous model as at least one bad review mentions plastic blade (rather than the current models nylon line)
    ebay.co.uk/itm…qaW

    would the above line be okay for this trimmer? the one that comes with it looks a bit too thin..
    bought one yesterday, feels a bit flimsy in comparison to my corded black and decker, but it is much more convenient to use, the cord on the B&D is a PITA, it ties itself in knots, have to unravel it and stretch it out ever time I use it
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