If you are tired of mowing your lawn only to see it fall apart in no time, why not try out a battery powered lawn edger. It would certainly make mowing your lawn a whole lot easier, if not hassle-free. Best of all, your work will be a whole lot more convenient since you do not have to use any oil or gas to power the edger. It also makes your work faster, as there will be no need to manually mow the lawn. With these benefits and a whole lot less effort, why not try a battery powered lawn edger today?
Why go for a Battery Powered Lawn Edger? To begin with, all you have to do is plug the electric or corded lawn edger into an electric outlet and start mowing the lawn just like you would with a corded mower. You do not need to worry about bringing extra gasoline or oil to the job site, nor do you need to worry about having to plug in a long extension cord from the outside to the inside of the edger. What’s more, there is no noise involved since the motor in the edger works at a very high speed. As a result, you get a quiet, clean, and very effective cut path.
Second, there is no wire to rip or damage the surrounding landscape. Most battery powered lawn edgers have a stainless steel, durable, and heavy duty blade. The blade is almost always made of carbon steel, which is rust-free and virtually indestructible. By using these garden tools, you do not have to bring additional power cords along, or drag yard debris around to bury the blades deep enough to get that “smashing cut” that you want.
Third, with a battery powered lawn edger, your work doesn’t end after mowing. You can maintain a clear cutting path by turning the machine off before you allow the grass to grow too thick. This means you won’t be responsible for mowing the grass on your own. All you will need is a Phillips screwdriver or a line wrench to disconnect the batteries from the charger and plug them into an outlet. Maintaining your mower’s battery charge is extremely important to extending the life of your equipment, and it is also a safety precaution.
Another benefit to having an electric lawn edger is that they are lighter than gas or corded garden tools. Even the smallest electric models are easy to lift. You can also move the electric lawn edgers closer to your target area, as the lightweight design allows you to do this with ease. If you find the need to transport the tool further from your home, a lightweight model will allow you to easily do so without any additional equipment. Larger yard tools require more effort to lift, and this is especially true if you need the equipment to mow a larger yard.
Fourth, many battery powered lawn edgers offer a wide array of attachments, making it easy to create the perfect mowing and trimming tool. You can find blades that are specifically designed for cutting certain types of grass, including; artificial turf, Kentucky Blue Grass, tall fescue, Bermuda grass, jogging grass, and more. There are many different attachments that allow you to use the edgers for different mowing tasks. Edgers that operate off of gas or corded tools generally do not offer as many options for attachment, which may limit your lawn care activities.
Fifth, many people tend to buy a battery powered lawn edger because they are easier to use than gas and corded mowers. For example, a string trimmer can be fairly difficult for someone who does not have years of experience mowing their lawn. However, a string trimmer that is powered by batteries can be fairly simple to use, especially if you learn how to operate it properly. Most string trimmers are also lightweight, making it easier to move them around your lawn.
There are a variety of other reasons why you might consider purchasing one of these devices over a gas or corded mower, including; weight, power, size, and portability. Although a battery powered edge cutting tool may not be as powerful as some of the more powerful string trimmers on the market today, there are many who prefer to use the smaller tool over the larger, bulkier, stationary models. Regardless, of whether you choose a corded or gas powered edger, always remember to read the instructions before using it so that you can get the most benefit from the tool.