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** Black & Decker STC1815-GB 18V Lithium Cordless Strimmer now £50 @ Amazon **
** Black & Decker STC1815-GB 18V Lithium Cordless Strimmer now £50 @ Amazon **

** Black & Decker STC1815-GB 18V Lithium Cordless Strimmer now £50 @ Amazon **

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Lithium Technology - 18V 1.5Ah Lithium battery for longer lasting fade free power without the hassle of a cord.
Efficient cutting system powered by Lithium battery technology cuts up to 1850 Lm in one charge.
Trim 'n' Edge - Easily convert from trimming to edging mode by unlocking twisting the pole.
AFS - Automatic single line feed system, saves you time and effort
Compatible with the CM100 wheeled base for more controlled, comfortable cutting over larger areas

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It's saying full price when I click on the link

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mariawalsh01

It's saying full price when I click on the link



Look to the right under More Buying Choices Amazon are selling it themselves.

8% quidco/topcashback too

Ordered Thank you... delivery 2-4 weeks tho

how much are replacement lines on this?

This or petrol one from screwfix?...

Ordered thank you! I've been after a battery strimmer for my allotment for a while. I didn't fancy carting a smelly petrol one over in the car. I think petrol ones are generally better though for 'brush'

escortboy

This or petrol one from screwfix?...



Depends on the usage. I have this battery powered one. It's for light usage around the garden fences and flower bed edges, does the job pretty well. It's also convenient, afetr you've finished just plug in the battery and leave on charge until next time, States in teh manual that it doesn't cause any deteriation to the battery.

I would say it's a little underpowered and would imagine any petrol strimmer would be better if you have thick undergrowth to get through.

I have another make of a Ni-Cad powered one, fine for light use and very convenient not having leads trailing around. Struggles with heavier undergrowth or thick grass. I recently bought Tesco's own 500w strimmer which is nice an powerful with a twin line feed, bit of a beast but if you have heavier grass areas perhaps one to look at on a budget when on offer.(£18 quid or so)

Good price for a lithium though, heated

MrWani

Depends on the usage. I have this battery powered one. It's for light … Depends on the usage. I have this battery powered one. It's for light usage around the garden fences and flower bed edges, does the job pretty well. It's also convenient, afetr you've finished just plug in the battery and leave on charge until next time, States in teh manual that it doesn't cause any deteriation to the battery. I would say it's a little underpowered and would imagine any petrol strimmer would be better if you have thick undergrowth to get through.



Thanks, erring towards the petrol now.

Bought a cordless Powerbase strimmer for £20 from Homebase or B&Q a couple of years ago and its been superb tho just for light work as above.

Not convinced about B&D kit anymore - their drill battries last 5 minutes and their mowers are terrible

Fwiw I invested in a petrol strimmer recently and the difference between it and the electric ones I'd used before is remarkable. Admittedly I have a large garden and lots of thick grass and bush etc, but it is so easy and quick with a decent powered strimmer. I guess it depends on what's demanded? Seems like a good deal though....

not worth it if u ask me, I'd go petrol at similar price; they all mek a racket!

BUM bought this three weeks ago at £72.99. Works really well

Good price - difficult to find any cordless alternatives with an 18v lithium battery for the same money. Or are there any out there?

Had one of these for over a year now... the charge only lasts about 20 minutes .

Buy a petrol one they do a much better job than these pile of crap .

Wedgwood

Good price - difficult to find any cordless alternatives with an 18v … Good price - difficult to find any cordless alternatives with an 18v lithium battery for the same money. Or are there any out there?



This looks identical to a Qualcast one sold by Argos for £49.99. Specs and design are the same and the Qualcast one comes with the wheels attached to use as a lawn edger.

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

I got one a couple of months back and its superb and has a two year warranty. Lightweight but powerful. Ive used it for around 25 mins with charge left in it. Much less hassle than petrol versions if you dont have acres to strim.

I bought one just under a year ago with a hedge trimmer for my allotment...very pleased with both especially as the two batteries are sufficient to power each one for about 45 mins ..plenty of oomph to trim those overgrown bushes (_;)

kevinyork

This looks identical to a Qualcast one sold by Argos for £49.99. Specs … This looks identical to a Qualcast one sold by Argos for £49.99. Specs and design are the same and the Qualcast one comes with the wheels attached to use as a lawn edger.http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/1575039.htmI got one a couple of months back and its superb and has a two year warranty. Lightweight but powerful. Ive used it for around 25 mins with charge left in it. Much less hassle than petrol versions if you dont have acres to strim.



Thanks for that - looking at them, though, I think they're not the same.

I'm a gardener and I have a similar strimmer, namely a Bosch cordless 18v Li, that I use for edging lawns. Hassle free. Lasts long enough to edge a big garden. It's extremely lightweight and telescopic. Saves me have to take the petrol strimmer every time, which is a bit overkill for good edging. The cordless would struggle on long grass imo and take too long.

Yay being delivered tomorrow or Monday ... I have a good quality petrol strimmer... but the noise and fume's it can sit in the garage lol

I prefer to use my noisy petrol one early on Sunday mornings as some revenge against the neighbours cats fouling my garden X)

nice one...mine being delivered on Monday :-)

lol, wife bought one of these and compared to my petrol stihl its as useful as a pair of nail scissors

id rather pay a little extra for a stihl - bottom of the range aren't expensive and with a discount can be bought for £130 - and its a millions times better than this strimmer

royals

lol, wife bought one of these and compared to my petrol stihl its as … lol, wife bought one of these and compared to my petrol stihl its as useful as a pair of nail scissorsid rather pay a little extra for a stihl - bottom of the range aren't expensive and with a discount can be bought for £130 - and its a millions times better than this strimmer


Exaggerations apart, a petrol Stihl is an entirely different animal from any electric strimmer (including Stihl). Horses for courses, and electric strimmers do have some advantages over petrol (though power, I agree, isn't one of them).

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