Qualcast Petrol Grass Trimmer - 29.9CC With 2 Years Guarantee £79.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)
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Qualcast Petrol Grass Trimmer - 29.9CC With 2 Years Guarantee £79.99 @ Argos (Free C&C)

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Found 15th Jun 2017
Good price for a petrol trimmer, been waiting for a drop as recently picked up a petrol mower and was on the lookout. DElviery is £3.95 and you can have it delivered tomorrow for that price (at the mo) Or Free C&C of course.

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The 29.9cc Qualcast petrol grass trimmer is a multi-functional must have for any gardener. Lightweight, low vibration and a soft grip 2 handled design makes this grass trimmer comfortable and easy to use.

All Qualcast garden power products and pressure washers include a FREE 2 year guarantee when bought from Argos. So whether it is a lawnmower that you use weekly or a hedge trimmer that you use occasionally, you have the peace of mind that with Qualcast, the product is built to last.

Dedicated support service - 01904 727500, 7 days a week UK based technical support! free collection and delivery of your product if we need to repair it- making sure you only have to miss it for one weekend. Online support and spares department.

  • Model number: CDB30A.
Features:

  • 2 stroke 29.9cc engine.
  • Cutting width 40cm.
  • Bump feed - requires you to tap the head on the ground to release more line.
  • Dual line feed - ideal for overgrown areas.
  • Safety guard .
  • Additional extra strong line for cutting in tough conditions.
  • Anti vibration system - minimises vibrations allowing you to work more efficiently.
General information:

  • Weight 4.9kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar thread recently
29cc - £68.39 delivered sgs-engineering.com/gar…mer

I went with the 52cc a few weeks back and it is unbelievably good. Sadly out of stock currently but if you can wait certainly one to check back on in a few weeks. Worth the extra IMO.
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Got one of these its a great strimmer,
Ok price.
29cc 2 strokes do struggle with thick weed. For general man at home they are perfect.
I generally have to rev the boobs off my 29cc but with 47cc it cuts no problem but is heavy to use.

Electricity is for pansies. Go petrol and have it done about 10 times faster.
Reserved one , cheers OP
I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar thread recently
29cc - £68.39 delivered sgs-engineering.com/gar…mer

I went with the 52cc a few weeks back and it is unbelievably good. Sadly out of stock currently but if you can wait certainly one to check back on in a few weeks. Worth the extra IMO.
I paid £40 for mine about 18 months back.Someone posted it on here,Never thought it would come it was a mistake went back up to £79-99p the day after,
What spark plug does it have?
HPMan

What spark plug does it have?


l8rtf champion most likely pdf here coreservice.co.uk/fil…pdf
Street

I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar … I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar thread recently29cc - £68.39 delivered http://www.sgs-engineering.com/garden-tools/strimmers/sst260-26cc-petrol-strimmerI went with the 52cc a few weeks back and it is unbelievably good. Sadly out of stock currently but if you can wait certainly one to check back on in a few weeks. Worth the extra IMO.



Back in stock according to the site and at a very reasonable £79.99
I too bought an SGS strimmer and brushcutter sgs-engineering.com/gar…mer with a two year guarantee and free next day delivery. The 52cc version is very powerful and bearing in mind you get the brushcutter attachment as well for less than the cost of the Qualcast strimmer I would heartily recommend it above this deal
Edited by: "Boatingboy" 16th Jun 2017
Had to take our Qualcast strimmer back couple of weeks ago - had it just inside the 2yr period and came to use it and found that all the fuel piping had disintegrated - it had only been used 3 times max for around total of 3-4hrs.

Good tool, but the auto feed for the cutting line is poor - and i found the line snapping very easily - replaced with a thicker line, but still spent a lot of the above 3-4 hours messing around refeeding the line back through holes.

Swapped it for the Challenge 25cc strimmer instead - yet to use this one

Boatingboy

I too bought an SGS strimmer and brushcutter … I too bought an SGS strimmer and brushcutter http://www.sgs-engineering.com/garden-tools/strimmers/sst520-52cc-petrol-strimmer with a two year guarantee and free next day delivery. The 52cc version is very powerful and bearing in mind you get the brushcutter attachment as well for less than the cost of the Qualcast strimmer I would heartily recommend it above this deal


It looks like a blue version of the ParkerBrand I got recently, though I paid a bit more. These are both much more heavy duty than the Qualcast of course and much better value in my experience.
Majumba

It looks like a blue version of the ParkerBrand I got recently, though I … It looks like a blue version of the ParkerBrand I got recently, though I paid a bit more. These are both much more heavy duty than the Qualcast of course and much better value in my experience.



Thanks guys. Now I have a strimmer on the way. Had no intention of that when I woke up this morning haha.
The brush cutter will come in super handy.
Boatingboy16th Jun

I too bought an SGS strimmer and brushcutter …I too bought an SGS strimmer and brushcutter http://www.sgs-engineering.com/garden-tools/strimmers/sst520-52cc-petrol-strimmer with a two year guarantee and free next day delivery. The 52cc version is very powerful and bearing in mind you get the brushcutter attachment as well for less than the cost of the Qualcast strimmer I would heartily recommend it above this deal



Street16th Jun

I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar …I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar thread recently29cc - £68.39 delivered http://www.sgs-engineering.com/garden-tools/strimmers/sst260-26cc-petrol-strimmerI went with the 52cc a few weeks back and it is unbelievably good. Sadly out of stock currently but if you can wait certainly one to check back on in a few weeks. Worth the extra IMO.



thanks for the recommendation guys - I've been looking at their brush cutter / hedge trimmer / chainsaw on a pole effort for a bit, and this has been enough to convince me SGS are the company to buy one from.
Boatingboy

I too bought an SGS strimmer and brushcutter … I too bought an SGS strimmer and brushcutter http://www.sgs-engineering.com/garden-tools/strimmers/sst520-52cc-petrol-strimmer with a two year guarantee and free next day delivery. The 52cc version is very powerful and bearing in mind you get the brushcutter attachment as well for less than the cost of the Qualcast strimmer I would heartily recommend it above this deal

Street

I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar … I have to share the SGS Strimmers that others recommended on a similar thread recently29cc - £68.39 delivered http://www.sgs-engineering.com/garden-tools/strimmers/sst260-26cc-petrol-strimmerI went with the 52cc a few weeks back and it is unbelievably good. Sadly out of stock currently but if you can wait certainly one to check back on in a few weeks. Worth the extra IMO.


I bought a hedgecutter on a pole a while back. Completely useless, so beware.
Majumba

I bought a hedgecutter on a pole a while back. Completely useless, so … I bought a hedgecutter on a pole a while back. Completely useless, so beware.



​was it an SGS petrol one?
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