18V, Telescopic Shaft, Power Source: Battery, Battery Life: 55 min
A grass trimmer can be used in many different ways, but the most common technique is a sweeping movement. You swipe the trimmer's head in front of you a bit above ground level, from side to side, and vary the width as you move around the sections you trim. You should also keep the trimmer head as horizontal as possible to get as even a result as possible. Fold the jumper down at the front of the head to ensure that you do not go against sensitive objects with the wire/plastic knives. The jumper is there to create a safe distance.
Changing the thread on grass trimmers can be a bit tricky if you haven't done it before, but once you've done it once and learned the process, it becomes a quick and efficient task. Here are step-by-step instructions:
The grass trimmers today usually comes with a battery-powered motor because it makes them both lighter, quieter and you avoid the exhaust gases. But there are still grass trimmers that are more powerful, and these can then run on gasoline. They usually have a two-stroke engine, which means they should have oil-mixed gasoline. The most common option is to choose an alkylate gasoline. You can buy ready-made mixtures if you do not want to mix yourself.
A grass trimmer is a machine used to mow grass where the lawnmower cannot access or in hard-to-reach places in general. It can reach everything from the slope to the outer edge of the lawn, along the road, towards stonework and similar areas. You simply use the trimmer to access, for example, ditches, edges, downhills, uphill climbs and so on. Some grass trimmers have adjustable trimmer heads so you can angle them after the slope and thus work more ergonomically.