Rich
Beecher, ILMember since December 2015

Reviews (3)


    • Feb 5, 2016
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    Worx GT 2.0

    Not too bad.

    I've had mine for about 4 years now. Not as much power as a gas trimmer but less problems with care, upkeep and starting up. It's also better than the Black & Decker I used to have. I've only had to charge it once every year. The battery I got works great, no defects. I live in the city so this works for me. Don't need too much power, cordless electric is just right. I also have the Worx lawn mower. As for the trimmer, It does take some getting used to. I have two favorite settings. One for up and down trimming for along the sidewalk or curb. Then I move the wheels onto the back section, set it on a sideways angle so I can use it on its wheels, sort of like a mini trimmer along side of bushes or trimming along side of the garage. They make everything look easy on their infomercials. It does take some getting used to, but after a few seasons I'm getting the hang of it. Like I said, it's better than my old trimmer. If you want more power, go for a gas trimmer.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    28 people found it helpful

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    • Mar 6, 2016
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    Lipozene

    Garbage, buy a laxative instead!

    People years ago used laxatives to lose weight. This pill is no different except that it has extra vitamins in it. It does not curb your appetite, boost your energy level or magically burn belly fat. I work out at the gym 4 or 5 daya a week. This is not the solution. Glad I bought the buy one get one free deal at Walmart (bought 4 total) so I didn't get suckered into any automated billing system. A waste of 40 bucks but there are better energy supplements out there. Live and learn people and don't fall for the hype.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    24 people found it helpful

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    • Feb 5, 2016
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    EGO Blower

    Not as good as gas.

    I bought my cordless EGO Blower over the summer, to replace a corded Black & Decker. It definitely has more power than the corded ones out there, plus it's easier to use. The only problem I encountered was putting in the battery properly. It's a good idea to have the front extension off, and use two hands to push in the battery. If the battery doesn't click in place, it won't work. It takes a lot of force to get it right, and only then can you put the front extension back and start using it. It works great for leaves and twigs along the hedges. I also used it to blow snow off the deck. Doesn't work as well when the snow is wet.

    As far as electric blowers go, this one works pretty good. If you want more power, then go for the gas ones. Mine only takes about 20 minutes to charge up, and the charge usually lasts long enough for the job that I do. It's very good for the smaller jobs around the place, with no cords getting in the way.

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    5 people found it helpful

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