What Is the Battery Life and Accessory Situation? – If you intend to replace a gas-powered trimmer, I would advise you to consider the battery life of these devices. They normally last between 30 and 60 minutes of continuous usage and require between 30 minutes and two hours to fully charge (depending on if you have a fast charger or not).
- For this reason (and especially if you’re using a trimmer for commercial purposes), I’d recommend purchasing a spare battery or two to avoid having to wait.
- Be mindful that lithium-ion batteries will slowly deplete if kept on the device they’re designed to power (even if the gadget is turned off).
- To increase its durability, remove it from the trimmer when not in use and store it inside.
If the battery hasn’t been charged in a few weeks, you will need to charge it again. Thankfully, lithium-ion batteries lack’memory.’
How long will a 20-volt battery in a lawn trimmer last?
The battery life of the trimmer is between 10 and 15 minutes per completely charged battery.
For smaller residential properties, battery-powered weed eaters are excellent. Not only do larger estates have more area, but they also typically have longer grass and bush, so gas-powered trimmers may be more suitable.
Is a 20V weed wacker effective?
This is a decent trimmer overall. Comparable to more affordable gas trimmers This is not meant to compete with gas-powered ‘brush-cutter’ versions with U-shaped handles, but as a backup or for home usage, its portability, weight, and performance are hard to beat.