GreenWorks 21332 G-MAX 40V 13-Inch Cordless String trimmer – Battery and Charger Not Included

Green Works G-MAX 40V Lithium-Ion 13-inch Cordless String Trimmer offers a 13-inch cutting path, .065 sing line auto feed, one touch conversion button for easy trimming at multiple angles and an edging wheel for clean precise edging. Tool Only Model. Compatible with G-MAX Batteries 29462 and 29472 only.

Product Features

  • Gas free cordless design eliminates the gas hassle while getting the job done
  • Lighter, reliable, easy push button start will not wear your arms out
  • Pivoting head allows for edging and trimming capability with edging wheel
  • Compatible GreenWorks Replacement Spool, Model 29252 and 29092
  • Battery sold separately. Compatible with battery models 29462 and 29472 and charger 29482

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2 Responses to GreenWorks 21332 G-MAX 40V 13-Inch Cordless String trimmer – Battery and Charger Not Included

  1. Nathaniel Chipley says:

    Guys, beware the auto-feed This would be a great product (probably a 4 star) if it wasn’t for one very serious problem. Assembly was easy (the handle is a bit flimsy). Power is more than adequate, especially for a cordless. The problem is that this unit uses an auto-feed system for the line instead of a bump feed. More importantly and more accurately, an auto-feed system that does not work somewhere around 3/4 of the time. When you have to stop every few feet and take the spool out to manually pull out more line, it…

  2. Terry G. Brenton says:

    Works as good as the other G-Max products. Got this after buying the 16 inch chain saw. I had a really old weed whacker and figured it was time to replace it. My old one was a corded electric version.I don’t like the cords. Step on them, trip on them and it’s a hassle. Or after time like with mine the cord would come unplugged frequently and I’d end up having to bend the prongs to try to keep it in longer.Assembly was simple. Used it to touch up the yard and it was fine. Then on to the big test – whacking…