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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by wriken, Aug 13, 2002.
Whats the best brand out on the market and how much can you expect to pay for one? Thanks
i can't say it's the best because i haven't used any others, but i have a echo with the articulating head and love it. i think it was around 450.00 but i'm not sure it was a couple of years ago now.
Redmaxx,By far ,,,,,,,,,,,,More expensive but well worthit .very light
Echo is good, Have lots of euipment with Echo on them, look @ a John Deere also; I like the articulating head of the Echo works realy nice........ $400.00 or so....
Echo articulated is what I just bought about a month ago. I love them!! I used to borrow my friends Redmax articulated, but it seemed every time I needed to use them, he would have a job to do with them. I got tired of the hassle and bought my own. I payed around $450 and they are worth every penny. The Redmax is a very good unit too. ED
I have the Stihl and like it very much. I've looked at the articulating head ones, but find them to just be too heavy at the end.
I have been using an Echo articulating type (90 degrees) for bout 6 or 7 years now. I love it.
It has paid for itself many many times over...that I know.
whats everyones thoughts on the pole hedge trimmers with various attachments like the chain saw etc etc? whats the going price for that?
I have an Echo articulating hedge trimmer that I love. It has paid for itself many times over. I've used a friends Red Max and really liked it. If I ever need a second one, I'll probably get the Red Max. Same fuel mix. You'll be willing to do more shrub work once you have one. Good luck.
We have a stihl FS85 split boom with the articulating hedge trimmer attachment. It works great and cuts very well. We paid about $200.00 for the attachment.