Ozito Corded Line Trimmer LTR-630
I have a small to medium yard and have converted to an electric mower and now a line trimmer too. Plenty of adjustment for head angle, 2nd handle, and a telescopic shaft. When you release the trigger and it stops - the line auto-feeds, works well. Change the head angle and the unit rolls on its side wheel for edging which works well. Having a cord isn't so bad considering the price and the reliability. Did I mention the 3 year replacement warranty!
I'd buy another! good price! the warranty wow!
Easy to use, light and adjustable. I cant stress enough tossing the current trimmer wire, its terrible. I live in north qld with 35 degree days and 85% humidity and this thing made me mad, the trim wire would break every half meter and then it wouldn't auto feed, i had to keep pulling off the head and re-aligning the wire which was very frustrating. I don't understand the auto feed though it never works. Went and bought the more expensive wire 1.6mm wire from Bunnings and happy days it goes hard now cutting fine i was able to cut down large weeds with ease. Auto feed still ongoing....
Purchased one as a replacement for a Ryobi unit which had a good run but they stopped supplying the line cartridges and bump stop heads after about 2 years. Unit still ran well but it wasn't any use without the line units and bump stops. The Ozito unit has performed well as a replacement and does a great job. The line feeds well and the cartridges are easy to replace. I have had both corded, 2 stroke and battery units over the years and the corded unit is proving a lot more convenient in a small to medium yard area.
When the unit was purchased as a new OZITO model ,Bunnings didn't have stocks of extra line which was an initial issue for me but the service desk people got some in a few days later and they are now carried now in stock. Unit price at Bunnings was $89. Line refills which include new bump stop heads in the packs were $20 per pack