The Earthquake 23275 Walk-Behind Landscape and Lawn Edger with 79cc 4-Cycle Engine is a great choice for those looking for an edger that is easy to operate and provides excellent performance. This edger features a 79cc 4-cycle engine that delivers plenty of power to get the job done quickly. It also has an adjustable depth guide that makes it easy to get the perfect edge on your lawn. And, because it is walk-behind, it is easy to maneuver around tight spaces.
The Earthquake 23275 Walk-Behind Landscape and Lawn Edger with 79cc 4-Cycle Engine is a great way to edge your lawn or landscape quickly and easily.
This edger has a powerful 79cc 4-cycle engine that makes it easy to cut through tough turf.
The 23275 also has an adjustable depth guide that allows you to customize your edging depth.
The 10" wheels make this edger easy to maneuver, and the blade is reversible so you can get the most out of your edging.
The Earthquake 23275 is a great choice for anyone who wants an easy and convenient way to edge their lawn or landscape.
Home and landscape designers alike will appreciate the various advantages offered by the earthquake edger. Its robust, clean edges can be used to delineate and define areas around driveways, indoors and out. With a 79cc Viper engine you can be confident that there is plenty of power being transferred to the 9 spring steel blade to make quick precision cuts that will leave crisp, clean lines. Rolling on four wheels balances the unit allowing for the user control that is required to maintain consistently straight edges. The multi-angle mowing head offers 6 settings from 0 degrees to 110 degrees, ensuring that you have the correct angle to attack grass types ranging from straight blade to curly creeping. If you additionally need it, you can also use it as an extra utility trenching machine for backyard cords and wires. The multi-angle mowing head offers 6 settings from 0 degrees to 110 degrees, ensuring that you have the correct angle to attack grass types ranging from straight blade to curly creeping. If you additionally need it, you can also use it as an extra utility trenching machine for backyard cords and wires.
Easy to use
This has been a welcome addition to our yard equipment. After years of frustration trying to edge with a weed eater, even one designed to edge we finally found this one. It took a little practice to get the results we wanted, but now we can edge in 15 minutes what used to take an hour or more. Assembly was easy if you've got the proper tools….especially adjustable wrench and socket set. Assembly was a little awkward for one person holding the parts in place and fastening them at the same time. Two people would be better. It's sturdily built with cast parts and good welds. There's nothing that should break easily. The heavy chains be behind the blade are a nice safety touch. The engine starts easily and doesn't need a gas mix. Be careful and measure the oil before adding it the first time because the oil that comes with it is more than the engine calls for.
Top Customer Reviews for Ardisam, Inc. 23275
J-Dub 27889 rated Ardisam, Inc. 23275 5 out of 5 stars on August 7, 2021 and this is exact feedback provided:
Great Design = Great Perfomance
I have to say that as I assembled my new edger, I cussed more than a couple times and quietly questioned myself as to whether I had made a wise purchase. One hour and ten minutes after opening the box, all my fears went away. This is an awesome machine. We have about 1/3 mile of edging to do in order to keep the property looking good. My first time out, our property had not been properly edged in over a year. I knocked the whole thing out in a little over one hour not including cleanup. Future, regular edging will go much faster. This machine has a good design and is easy to operate. As others have mentioned, the centrifugal clutch feature is a big plus. Assembly tip: Make sure the throttle cable is properly oriented when installing the handle bars. I got the handlebars installed and realized the cable was just not right. Instead of removing and reinstalling the handlebars, I removed the throttle so I could reinstall it with better cable orientation. DO NOT DO THIS. The throttle assembly has a loose, hidden nut inside. I spent 30 minutes trying to get it back on. My fault, I suppose, but this is the one design item I think the manufacturer should fix . Even with this issue, I had the whole thing put together in a little over an hour. Another tip: Get a couple aftermarket three-sided blades. They do a better job than the starter blade that comes with the edger. Yes, I would buy this edger again.
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Brant rated Ardisam, Inc. 23275 2 out of 5 stars on December 30, 2017 and this is exact feedback provided:
Does not fee like a $300 edger
I really wanted to like this edger but unfortunately, it is not worth the price. While the assembly wasn't too difficult, it was time consuming. The edger does not sit level with the ground. I attempted to adjust and reassemble the wheels but it's just not level. It does a satisfactory job edging but often gets stuck which is most likely related to it not being level. The edger also does not want to idle. Once I adjust the choke to start edging, I have to keep the throttle engaged to ensure the engine does not die.Overall, it does not feel like a $300 edger.
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