Electric Grass Trimmers
Great for smaller lawns and gardens, our range of Hyundai Electric Grass Trimmers are a great value solution to keep your paths and lawn edges looking neat and tidy.
Backed by our 3 year platinum warranty, corded electric grass trimmers are lightweight and versatile can help keep your garden looking great for years to come.
If you're looking for a budget-friendly grass trimmer, these corded electric strimmers are a low maintenance solution for lawn edging and grass trimming - there's no messy fuel to store, no oil to change and no batteries to charge. Simply plug in your strimmer and you're ready to go!
Electric Grass Trimmers FAQ's.
How long do electric grass trimmers last?
The lifespan of electric grass trimmers can vary depending on factors such as usage, maintenance, and quality of the trimmer. On average, a well-maintained electric grass trimmer can last between 5 to 10 years. Regular cleaning, proper storage, and adherence to maintenance guidelines can help prolong its lifespan. However, individual circumstances may differ, and factors like frequency of use, intensity of cutting tasks, and the specific model of the trimmer can influence its actual longevity.
Can I use my electric strimmer on wet grass?
While it's technically possible to use an electric strimmer on wet grass, it's generally not recommended. Wet grass can make the cutting process more difficult and may lead to clogging or reduced efficiency of the strimmer. Additionally, using electrical equipment on wet surfaces can pose safety risks. It's advisable to wait for the grass to dry before using an electric strimmer to ensure optimal cutting performance and to maintain your safety.
Will an electric strimmer cut long grass?
An electric strimmer can cut long grass, but its effectiveness may vary depending on the specific model and the thickness of the grass. Electric strimmers are generally designed for light to moderate trimming tasks, such as maintaining edges and trimming shorter grass. If the grass is excessively long or thick, it may put a strain on the motor and cause the strimmer to struggle or become less efficient. In such cases, it's recommended to mow the grass with a lawn mower or use a more powerful tool, like a brush cutter, to tackle the overgrown areas.