How To Choose A Battery Operated Weed Eater
The good news is: battery-operated weed eaters now out-perform all corded gas engine-powered tools. But that leaves with a second difficult question: Which is the better battery-operated weed eater? There are several factors to consider before buying a weed eater. In addition to a few obvious things like price and size, there are also other implicit things to consider.
The main thing to consider before buying a battery-operated weed eater is what kind of battery will power it. You'll need a small amount of voltage to power the tool; the higher the voltage, the longer you will be able to run the string. You'll also need a minimum and maximum length of the string to get the absolute best results from your lawn mower. The string gauge is what indicates how much current your string will draw. The larger the gauge, the more current your string will draw.
Second you'll need to consider how far you want the battery-powered weed eater to go. If you only want to mow minimal lawn areas, then a small battery probably won't be enough. If you have a larger lawn to mow, then you'll need a larger battery. You may also need to consider if you want a manual or an automatic tool. Manual tools tend to be more expensive, but they are easier to use and more efficient at getting the job done.
Next, you'll need to consider the battery size and the type of battery used in your mower. Most tools have either a triple-A or a four-A battery. A triple-A battery has three AA cells, while a four-A battery has four AA cells. If you plan on mowing vast areas, then you'll want a larger battery. However, keep in mind that most models that come with a smaller battery will also have a smaller key feature.
Some good features of a weed eater is when it comes with an electric motor speed control, and a trimming blade. The motor speed control allows you to control the amount of grass you'd like to cut in a certain amount of time. When you turn on the trimming blade, it begins to rotate. This blade cuts the grass as fast as possible while still maintaining a good distance from the pole. You can also use the motor speed control while the blade is on to cut a finer amount of grass at one time.
A key feature on a weed eater is its accessory. It should have a rechargeable battery and a NiCD battery. The battery must be removable and can be replaced easily. A NiCD battery is much more durable than the AA batteries you would find. It has a long run time and will cut over an inch of grass in thirty minutes. The charger cord is just over three feet long, and it plugs easily into a universal outlet.
Some battery operated weed eaters come with a unique accessory called the curved shaft trimmer. The curved shaft trimmers allow you to keep your trimmers perfectly straight while trimming. The curved shaft keeps the cutting blade at the proper angle for perfect straightness. The curved shaft will keep your trimmers perfectly straight while cutting