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SKU: 2702002CO

80V 8" Stick Edger, 3 Extra Blades, 4.0Ah Battery and Charger

$569.00

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    Description

    The Greenworks 80-Volt 8-in Edger, with its lightweight design, creates clean lines around your driveway, walkways, flowerbeds and patio. Gone are the days of holding your string trimmer at an angle while your arms fatigue trying to get those perfect lines. Best of all, this edger starts easily every time with the simple push of a button.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Do your edgers do angle cuts?
    • Our edgers can only cut vertically, straight up and down. The front wheel can be adjusted to allow a deeper or shallower cut, and to increase the life of the blade. The edger blade can be adjusted to depths that allow for either lawn edging or for trenching.

    • Can I use my string trimmer to edge?
    • All string trimmers can be used to edge. Adjust your grip so the head is tilted by 90 degrees and the string now spins along the vertical axis. The unit will now function as an edger.

    • Can I use my edger to cut grass/weeds?
    • No, if this unit is listed as an edger unit it cannot be used to trim grass/weeds. You would need to look at our string trimmer units for this function.

    • Can I use this edger on both pavement and grass?
    • Yes, the wheels are adjustable, and you can use it to edge grass around pavemented areas and grassed areas.

    • Do I need to push this unit?
    • Yes, our edgers are not self-propelled. The edgers are stand behind push units.

    • Which way does the blade rotate?
    • The edgers blade strike downwards in a clockwise direction.

    • How deep does your unit go?
    • The maximum depth for our 8-inch edgers is up to 4-inches depending on the curb height.

    • Could I use a larger blade for greater depth?
    • Due to the design of the guard, a larger blade cannot be accommodated.

    • Can this edger use other attachments?
    • Currently, none of our designated edgers are attachment capable.

    • What is the purpose of an edger?
    • Edgers are used to trim and cut around the edge of driveways, sidewalks, flower beds and other similar areas.

    • Can I leave my battery in the charger after charging it?
    • The battery chargers do have auto cut offs to prevent it from over charging. However, we do advise customers to remove the battery from the charger after it has been fully charged and to also unplug the charger from the outlet, as this is good electrical safety practice to do so. This will also help to prevent false defect readings and allows the charger to reset itself each time it’s used to charge a battery.

    • Why do batteries cost so much more than the tool?
    • The battery is the most important component for a battery-operated unit. Please be assured we price our batteries with the cost of material, manufacturing, and current market pricing in mind. Batteries are the costliest items to manufacture and ship in any kit. Full kits including a tool, battery, and charger are priced affordably so that consumers can begin building that line of tools and move forward purchasing tool-only units. When you purchase batteries on their own, it is more notable the cost that they carry.

    • How do I store the battery? Can I leave the battery in the garage or shed?
    • When the battery is not in use, we suggest storing it indoors, in a cool dry area - away from direct sunlight. Leave the charger unplugged and the battery disconnected from the charger unless it needs charging. It is recommended to store the battery with a full charge, and if it is being stored for a period where no use is expected, to check on the charge every couple of months. If you notice the charge has dropped, we advise charging the battery back up to full before returning it to its safe storage place. Following these steps will ensure you receive the most out of the battery life.

    • My battery is stuck in my tool. How do I get it out?
    • 60V/ 80V Products: To remove the battery, push and hold the battery release button. Then, pull the battery pack straight out. In some cases, if the springs underneath have gotten locked down you might have to give a small push to the top of the battery to re-engage them to help the battery pop up. The battery pack fits snugly into the product to prevent accidental dislodging while in use; it may require a strong pull to remove. Before use, be sure that the rails on the battery and product are free of debris that could cause the battery to get stuck. 24V/ 40V Products: To remove the battery, press the latch button on the battery pack down and hold. Pull the battery pack out of the handle. The battery pack fits snugly into the product to prevent accidental dislodging while in use; it may require a strong pull to remove. Before use, be sure that the rails on the battery and product are free of debris that could cause the battery to get stuck.

    • How do I check the charge on my battery?
    • Press the battery capacity indicator (BCI) button located at the end of the battery. The lights will illuminate according to the battery capacity level. Please note this switch does require a firm direct push using the tip of your finger. If the button is not being fully engaged, the lights will not activate. Please also be advised the lights only stay on for a few seconds and will automatically turn off. Another reason the lights will not power on is if the battery is completely depleted of power and needs to be charged.

    • Can I use any Greenworks battery in any Greenworks tool?
    • Our batteries are interchangeable with tools that are of the same voltage platform only. The difference between batteries of the same voltage is the ampere-hour (Ah) rating. The higher the ampere-hour (Ah) rating on the battery is the more run time it has to offer.

    • Are there certain tools that can’t accept all same voltage batteries?
    • There are a few exceptions. • Our 80V 20” snow thrower models 2600402 / 2605202 / 2601302 manufactured prior to September of 2017 can only use 2.0Ah or 2.5Ah battery models. • Our 60V 8.0Ah battery model 2957102 cannot be used in the following tools due to the height: dual-port lawnmowers, pressure washers, or the wet/dry vacuum.

    • Do all batteries of the same voltage use the same charger?
    • Yes, they do. Each product line has designated charger models that can charge all batteries in that voltage platform, no matter the Ah rating.

    • Does battery temperature matter?
    • The temperature of the battery prior to use should not be too warm or too cold. For snow throwers if the battery is too cold it may not be operatable. Allow the battery to get to room temperature prior to use. For our other tools allow the battery to cool down prior to use if it’s too warm. To avoid battery temperature issues, batteries should be stored indoors in a dry and cool location. Information on battery storage and temperature will in inside your owner’s manual.

    • The charger indicates that my battery is fully charged but I was just using it and it depleted. Why isn’t it charging?
    • Putting a battery that was just in use onto the charger often results in a false full charge signal. Remove the battery from the charger and allow it to rest in a room temperature area for approximately 10-15 minutes before charging.

    • My charger is flashing red when I engage my battery. Why is this happening?
    • When the battery is inserted into the charger and the status LED blinks red, remove the battery from the charger for 1 minute, then reinsert. If the status LED blinks green, then the battery is properly charging. If the status LED is still blinking red, remove the battery and unplug the charger for 1 minute. After 1 minute, plug in the charger and reinsert the battery. If the status LED blinks green, then the battery is properly charging. If the status LED is still blinking red, then this likely indicates an issue with the battery or charger and should be taken care of either with our warranty team or by means of replacement.

    • My charger has a solid red light on it when I engage my battery. What is happening?
    • This typically indicates that the battery is at the wrong temperature to be charged. Allow the battery and charger to rest indoors at room temperature until they are no longer hot/cold and attempt charging again.

    • Are your chargers made for 220V or 120V outlets?
    • Greenworks chargers sold in the USA and Canada are designed for use on 120V outlets only.

    80V 8" Stick Edger, 3 Extra Blades, 4.0Ah Battery and Charger

    $569.00

    The Greenworks 80-Volt 8-in Edger, with its lightweight design, creates clean lines around your driveway, walkways, flowerbeds and patio. Gone are the days of holding your string trimmer at an angle while your arms fatigue trying to get those perfect lines. Best of all, this edger starts easily every time with the simple push of a button.

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