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Makita Electric & Cordless Grass Trimmers

Makita Electric & Cordless Grass Trimmers

Allowing you to keep lawn edges and flower beds neat electric and cordless grass trimmers are lightweight and very easy to use. Also ideal for cutting grass in hard to reach places or ares which need precision, makita have designed their range to be easy to manoeuvre. Electric trimmers are ideal for areas where an electricity supply is available, for short distances these powerful machines are easier to start and weigh less than their petrol counter parts. Cordless trimmers gives complete freedom over where you can trim, with no power cord trailing around or limiting your trimming distance, you can do so much more with these high quality machines.

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Latest reviews for Makita Electric & Cordless Grass Trimmers

Average rating: 5 star(s) | Total reviews: 7

MAKITA DUR364L Twin 18v Cordless Line Trimmer - KIT

Line Trimmer

Excellent product.

Reviewed by Carl / (Posted on 2019-08-03)

MAKITA DUR365U Twin 18v Cordless Brushless Brushcutter - KIT

Great Brushcutter

Great bit of kit, I just wish I’d bought one years ago rather than petrol brushcutters which are such a faff to use, with this pop on the batteries and away you go.

Reviewed by Chris / (Posted on 2019-06-23)

MAKITA DUR181Z LXT Cordless 18v Linetrimmer - BODY ONLY

A Very Capable Machine

I have a large petrol strimmer for big jobs and got this for the smaller stuff.

Reviewed by Strimmy / (Posted on 2018-11-03)

MAKITA UR3000/2 450w 300mm Electric Grass Line Strimmer

Amazing Strimmer

Absolutely love this strimmer has to be the best one I've used.

Reviewed by Jayne / (Posted on 2016-09-09)

MAKITA UR3501/2 35cm Electric Line Trimmer

Effective And Well Made

Did a lot of research and many strimmer models appear to suffer from fiddly cutting line management.

Reviewed by Another Dave / (Posted on 2016-06-13)