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Gas Weed Eater The best to use

Updated on May 27, 2011
Gas Weed Eater
Gas Weed Eater

Gas Weed Eater Reviews

If your looking for a weed eater then you may want to read this review on gas weed eaters.  When it comes to gas, electric or propane if you want a powerful, free moving, and no cord then the most efficient one to choose would be the Gas Weed Eater.

Gas weed wackers allow you to move freely around your yard without the worry of pulling a cord and hoping the cord reaches the area that needs to be done.  Also with corded weed eaters it's possible to hit the extension cord and destroy it. 

Gas Weed Eaters don't use alot of gas when using them so even at over $3 a gallon it's not expensive to run at all.

Populan Weed Eater

Populan weed eaters are great for around the house use and can take down all those pesty weeds that you need gone.  This model is light weight and feature the bump-feed which is great for quick release of the string.  The 2-cycle engine helps it get some more power for those tougher ares of your lawn.

Best Weed Eater for the money

This is a great gas weed eater because it also has a bump-feed feature but is better for taller people because of the straight shaft that allows you to reach under shrubs a trees. This model only weights 15lbs which is light enough for anyone to use.  Also it is built to allow you to add new string to it in just 10 Seconds. It also comes with a 2 year manufacturer warranty.

Tanaka Gas Weed Eater

Looking for the godfather of weed eaters then check out this one from Tanaka it's the best or one of the best weed eaters under $200.  It's equipped with S-Start so that you can use less effort to get it started with 50% less pull.  This is CARB compliant which means a lot less fumes are produced.  This one only weighs 9 pounds so it can be used by anyone and with the anti-vibration it allows you to stay comfortable while doing yard work.  Also comes with a 7 year warranty.

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      caninecrtitics 7 years ago from Massachusetts

      The goat you wouldn't like lol. I use to raise goats they will eat any grass down to dirt lol. But I love my gas weed eater because it rips down the weeds. Sorry about the gas prices I'm at 3.59.

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      Auntie D 7 years ago from California

      Interesting article. Gas in Paso Robles, CA is almost $5.00 a gallon. Have to let weeds go for a while or not go the store for food. I do wish I had a goat that would take the weed problem...

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