Black & Decker GrassHog GH610 string trimmer

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Summary: This Black & Decker 5.5-amp, corded-electric string trimmer has a straight shaft and weighs 5.3 lbs. It uses a .065-inch cutting line.
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Type: Light duty electric string trimmers
About - Black & Decker GrassHog GH610
Trimming: Denotes how quickly and neatly trimmers cut grass around walls, trees, and foundations.
Edging: Denotes the speed and neatness of trimming a vertical line along walkway.
Tall grass & weeds: Reflects cutting power and speed in two foot growth.
Handling: Responsiveness and balance while cutting.
Ease of use: Includes ease of starting the engine, feeding out new line, use of controls, and handle comfort.
About This Brand

Black & Decker is the leading manufacturer and marketer of corded electric and electric rechargeable string trimmers and offers an extensive line of electric products. Black & Decker string trimmers are widely available online and at Home Depot and Walmart.

Features & Specs - Black & Decker GrassHog GH610
info Weight (lbs.) 5.3
info Engine size 5.5-amp
info Shaft Straight
info Four-cycle engine No
info Dual line No
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User Reviews - Black & Decker GrassHog GH610
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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
I love this little work-horse..
Depenable- light great
Only words of praise
Nothing bad to say zero
Best Uses
All a round my big yard
I done a lot of heavy duty weed wacking, to trimming<br />flower beds, to edging my sidewalks and driveway with<br />never a hick-up on one spool of line..<br />I already bought a second one for when this little beauty eventually wears out..I prefer using it as there is only one line, no bump, no gas oil mix and<br />she's always dependable... I'm in love !
How long have you owned it:
One-to-three months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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