Cyclone .105-Inch 3-Pound Spool Commercial Grade 6-Blade Grass Trimmer Line, Red CY105S3-2

Ideal for landscaping professionals, the Cyclone .105-inch-by-700-foot commercial trimmer Line features a patented six-bladed shape for added cutting power. A proprietary commercial grade copolymer nylon provides superior strength and durability. For use with all trimmers calling for .105-inch diameter line, this red trimmer line comes in a 700-foot package.

Product Features

  • Special copolymer formulation provides longer lasting commercial cutting
  • Patented 6 bladed shape for added cutting power
  • Choice of landscaping professionals
  • Color coded by diameter size
  • Measures .105-inches-by-700-feet

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2 Responses to Cyclone .105-Inch 3-Pound Spool Commercial Grade 6-Blade Grass Trimmer Line, Red CY105S3-2

  1. The Heathers says:

    A big improvement! We used a very similar ridged product on our small farm. When that ran out, I checked the reviews here for Cyclone line and bought a reel. I could not believe how much more aggressive this line is with really tough objectives, like Himalayan blackberries. The other stuff would shut down with a 3/8″ stem, and the Cyclone line just gets it all. It is also tougher, in that it doesn’t break or split as quickly. I did have some issues with it failing to play out of the reel of our Stihl…

  2. robosolo says:

    Seems to last forever We have a Pivotrim Pro mounted on an Echo. My wife is so rough with this thing she has already destroyed the plastic bottom on two of these heads. However, they work so well I continue to buy her new replacement units. Now for the trimmer string. We’ve tried all different kinds of both .095″ and .105″ but she keeps wearing out and/or breaking the line very quickly. Not so with this Cyclone stuff. She says she just can’t destroy it! Roots, soil, rocks and anything else she can smack…