Black & Decker 36V Lithium-Ion Strimmer with 2 Ah Battery ONLY £89.99 @ Amazon - CHEAPEST EVER !!!
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Black & Decker 36V Lithium-Ion Strimmer with 2 Ah Battery ONLY £89.99 @ Amazon - CHEAPEST EVER !!!

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Found 26th Jul 2017
The best Cordless Garden Strimmer, bar none.

Excellent reviews on Amazon and cheapest price it's ever been according to Camelcamelcamel.

Amazon deal of the day

Fade-free Lithium battery for cordless freedom
• Power Select optimizes battery run time
• Cuts up to 3750 linear metres in one charge
• Automatic single line feed system (AFS) saves time and effort
• 2-year guarantee
• GLC3630L20-GB
• 1 Lithium ion battery required (2 Ah) included
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Just to be clear - this does include the battery.

1 x 36v Battery



A lot of these type of units can be "bare".
Very good price on a good product
nice one
Also includes a fast charge charger.
I have one of these. It's excellent.
hardly "the best cordless garden strimmer" but a good deal none the less
wiffles

hardly "the best cordless garden strimmer" but a good deal none the less



Go on then recommend a £5000 strimmer that is better for the average Joe Bloggs
Nice find OP, thanks. I have a Bosch Li-Ion one at the moment but I didnt realise how useless and expensive those platic blades would be over time - I used to have a line feed corded strimmer years ago and I look forward to getting back to one.
I have the 18V version of this and it's great. I can assume this is even better.
Though 3750 linear meters of cutting seems way over the top optimistic. I go through 3Ah (2 x1.5 or 2 and a 1.5) of batteries doing my front and rear garden. That's at 18V and I don't live in a mansion. Maybe 80-90m or edges to deal with.
I paid a lot more and am very happy with it. Use it on some pretty tough patches of the allotment without it struggling.
Nice, hot.
I have one of these for two years now and never let me down, I use it on allotment paths and a large area for vehicles to park near my plot. I am still on original spool and battery and I really only use this on eco mode and I reckon last me around 30 mins of power maybe slightly more, would last less if the grass was very long or not on eco mode in settings. I paid around £130 for this so i think original price is over priced but this price is cheap.
Edited by: "shrek" 26th Jul 2017
Nice Find Thanks
PeterGalbavy

Nice find OP, thanks. I have a Bosch Li-Ion one at the moment but I didnt … Nice find OP, thanks. I have a Bosch Li-Ion one at the moment but I didnt realise how useless and expensive those platic blades would be over time - I used to have a line feed corded strimmer years ago and I look forward to getting back to one.


I had one. It used a blade every time I used it. Returned as not fit for purpise in the end.
thankshotdeals

cheaper here … cheaper here https://www.howetools.co.uk/black-decker-glc3630lb-36v-line-trimmer?utm_source=google_shopping



Thats body only no battery

The BLACK & DECKER GLC3630LB 36v Line trimmer has the following features:

Naked - body only
Single speed
Cutting diameter: 30cm
Weight: 3.5kg
Edited by: "shrek" 26th Jul 2017
I've got one too. Paid much more than this and it was a good deal at the time. Definitely recommended but dont let weeds get wrapped around the spindle or it melts the plastic housing. Spare parts are available, fortunately.
This looks good and is the line feed model so will be great - its a shame I paid half the price for an 18v macallister one advertised 2 days ago. I'm not willing to change it as I only bought it for the replacement battery which is cheaper buying the strimmer than buy the battery individually - Crazy!
Edited by: "fiqqer" 26th Jul 2017
What's so special about this you can pick up a throw away one for £5
At least the missus can't cut the wire on this like the lawn mower and hedge trimmer
how long will the battery last for?
Ordered thank you. Fact thing is that I went to order a couple of spare reels, and 2 were dearer than 1, as well at not being eligible for Prime?? Ordered 1 on Prime twice in the end 😊
paid 120 quid for mine just over 2 years ago and still working well. reel needs replacing once a year with average use (once a week, medium sized garden). bargain at this price.
anniyan98

how long will the battery last for?



depending on how much you use it.. but I give mine a charge after every 4th use or so (that's the whole garden, borders only, 4-5 times).
I picked a mac up from screwfix yesterday for 35 quid, 18v 2ah battery, 2 year warranty... Different spec but will worth 35!!!
Cheap, HEAT - Thanks.
anniyan981 h, 26 m ago

how long will the battery last for?


I have one of these. It will last about 30 mins, then only takes about that to recharge.
cruisecars2 h, 6 m ago

What's so special about this you can pick up a throw away one for £5


You really don't understand things do you...
Type_R

Go on then recommend a £5000 strimmer that is better for the average Joe … Go on then recommend a £5000 strimmer that is better for the average Joe Bloggs



If only you'd have said stripper.
cruisecars3 h, 41 m ago

What's so special about this you can pick up a throw away one for £5


A battery powered strimmer for £5?

BS
mrspydey26 m ago

i got this …i got this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/18v-2-0ah-li-ion-cordless-grass-trimmer-34-99-screwfix-2747936?p=31533826


Excellent price but doesn't look as heavy duty as this
Minstadave2 m ago

Excellent price but doesn't look as heavy duty as this


It's half the voltage - so I suspect your comment is on the money.
Sharpharp

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Vs Petrol??? I doubt it



"Fade-free Lithium battery for cordless freedom" so one second it works,, a milli-second later it stops.. I would actually prefer fade as at least you know its going
Edited by: "dodgymix" 26th Jul 2017
If you want one at half the price. Spec is less but still getss great revies
bmstores.co.uk/pro…787
I have this. It is really meant for larger gardens, as reflected in the cutting swathe of 30cm. This makes it heavier than other strimmers that I have used. It is very powerful and well worth the current deal price if you have a big garden and are reasonably strong.
I have one of these and it's been brilliant the past 4 summers, as powerful as a corded one and I can do the edges of my fairly large garden twice on a single charge, think I paid £160 so this is a real bargain
quadnas2 h, 41 m ago

If you want one at half the price. Spec is less but still getss great …If you want one at half the price. Spec is less but still getss great revieshttp://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/black-and-decker-cordless-strimmer-289787


Yuk NiCD batteries. I'd go for the £35 screwfix one instead, at least that is Li-ion.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 26th Jul 2017
Link shows a price of £127, needs to be expired
megaman66621 h, 53 m ago

depending on how much you use it.. but I give mine a charge after every …depending on how much you use it.. but I give mine a charge after every 4th use or so (that's the whole garden, borders only, 4-5 times).

With Li-ion batteries it's best to top them up every time if you want it to last longer.
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