GreenWorks Pro ST80L210 80V 16-Inch Cordless String Trimmer, 2Ah Battery and Charger Included

GreenWorks Pro 80V System offers a range of commercial grade tools for the professionals and those who just want more power. This 16-inch cordless string trimmer features an front mount motor for versatile use. Light weight and easier to use, it has a variable speed trigger for power on demand, 14/16-inch cut path, .080 line diameter bump feed and die cast gear box for durability. Designed for durability and heavy duty jobs, it features a brushless motor that delivers the power and performance of a 32cc gas engine. With an extra battery on hand, you can now rip through weeds in neighborhood without the hassle of gas. Compatible batteries currently include a 2ah (model GBA80200) and 4ah (model GBA80400) battery and rapid charger (model GCH8040). The 2ah battery charges within 30 minutes so you can get back to work and finish that job. The 4ah battery charges within 1 hour.

Product Features

  • Up to 45 minutes of run time with fully charged 2.0AH Battery, battery and charger included
  • Brushless motors are more reliable and delivers gas equivalent performance to a 32cc gas engine
  • Easy load head for quick trimmer line refill
  • 80V 2AH li-ion battery and charger included, compatible battery and charger models GBA80200, GBA80400 and GCH8040

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3 Responses to GreenWorks Pro ST80L210 80V 16-Inch Cordless String Trimmer, 2Ah Battery and Charger Included

  1. MacITguy says:

    GreenWorks Pro 80V great… but with some design flaws. Let me start by saying, I love the Greenworks Pro 80v tool lineup! I’ve purchased every 80v tool except for the snow blower… don’t really need it here in TX. The string trimmer and all the other tools are working well and have good power and reasonable run times on the 2Ah battery. The lawnmower really needs the 4Ah battery, as I’ve only been getting ~ 23 minutes of runtime out of the 2Ah batteries in the mower. But, my grass has been kind of high both times I mowed, causing the mower to stay…

  2. velo781 says:

    Get the model with the bottom mounted motor. I run an electric powered lawn mowing business and needed a more powerful trimmer. This fit that bill. Pros: powerful, updated interface at attachment joint). Cons: (all compared to STL210 model which has the motor in the head) relatively heavy at 12lbs with 2ah battery, CCW rotation, noisier, does not spin as fast, less efficient due to mechanical transmission (the joint transmission above the spool gets hot quickly), high/low setting seems practically the same, tends to get tall weeds wrapped…

  3. Bruce Wahler says:

    It’s a Beast! Every successful technology reaches a point where it moves from an ‘interesting novelty’ to a ‘useful tool.’ This has been especially true of battery-powered appliances: a 7V hand vacuum showed promise, an 18V one eliminates the need to even own a plug-in vac. We’ve finally crossed that point with yard tools, and the rubicon’s name is 80V. The GreenWorks GST80320 not only replaced my ailing Echo PAS260 for detailing after mowing the yard; it has the torque to tack other jobs like cutting…