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Consumer research watchdog, Which? has awarded the prestigious Best Buy status to the British designed, Gtech ST05 Li-Ion Cordless Grass Trimmer. The trimmer scored a robust 76% with high scores for overall performance, vertical cutting, horizontal cutting on lawn edges, and horizontal cutting on hard edges.
In the recent Which? grass trimmer review, to earn Best Buy status a grass trimmer will give a neat, close clipped finish on border edges, grass growing along a fence or wall and grass growing sideways across a path or paved are. It will do the job quickly and without struggling or stalling.
The Which? review reports on the ST05: “This is an impressively easy machine to use and it has enough power to deal with all the trimming jobs that crop up in an average family garden. It’s light and simple to manoeuvre and you can see around the head to keep an eye on where you’re cutting, making edging easy. The cutting bales are robust and simple to replace.
“This is a good trimmer and one of our cheaper cordless Best Buys. The replacement blades won’t break the bank either,” Which? concludes.
About the Gtech ST05 Li-Ion Cordless Grass Trimmer
The Gtech ST05 Li-Ion Cordless Grass Trimmer has a 30 minute run time and gives a lasting and powerful performance that won’t fade away as the charge runs down.
Due to the compact nature of Li-Ion technology, Gtech’s engineers have incorporated a powerful 14.4 V battery pack into the handle of the ST05 which removes the need for a battery pack to be worn on the hip. Weighing in at only 1.5kg, the trimmer is lightweight and convenient to work in each corner of your garden leaving you to enjoy the freedom of its cordless technology without worrying about tripping over or cutting through cables.
A Gtech Li-Ion battery will be fully charged and ready to use in just 3 hours. The special Li-Ion batteries keep on working at full capacity all the way through their run time, meaning you can keep on cutting your hedge right until the point it runs out of power. And unlike NiCad batteries which can lose up to 50% of its charge when left inactive for long periods of time, a Li-Ion battery will only loose about 5% of its charge, meaning it is always going to be ready to use.