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I have an edger I bought last year. IMO, it has more power per cc than other units but at the same time, I've had a couple of minor problems with it that I haven't had with my RedMax or Shindaiwa stuff. To make a long story short, they have their strengths and weaknesses just like everyone else.
Guys I dont want to start a pissin' match,lol. I just really never heard of them selling anything but motors. Our local Lesco dealer started selling them this year and they have a articulating hedge trimmer I was interested in. A friend of mine bought 2 string trimmers and so far he said they are doing great, just wanted some more feed back.
No problem. I see that you have 11 years of experience, and you also have some really good commercial equipment. "In my opinion", going with Kawasaki trimmers or blowers would be a backwards move for you.
Do this - go to a local shop that sells RedMax, Stihl or Echo Commercial Equipment. Get your hands a piece of commercial equipment manufactured by any of these brands that I have mentioned. Lastly, compare the quality of commercial construction between any of them to a Kawasaki trimmer, blower or hedge trimmer product.
Yes, I do own primarily RedMax and Shindaiwa. But of the three edgers I own (two RedMax and one Kawasaki), I still prefer to grab the Kawasaki before the others. One of my RedMax's is only two months old but I still prefer the Kawasaki. My employees prefer the RedMax's.
Moral of the story: Opinions are like tailholes. We all have one and when you look at them up close, they're all different.