SOUTHLAND SWLE0799 79cc Walk Behind Gas Lawn Edger – Ready to take your lawn care to the next level?

The SOUTHLAND SWLE0799 is a walk behind gas lawn edger. It features a 4-cycle engine, 7" cutting diameter and more.

Southland Power Equipment SWLE0799
SOUTHLAND SWLE0799 79cc Walk Behind Gas Lawn Edger

The SOUTHLAND SWLE0799 79cc Walk Behind Gas Lawn Edger is a great product for anyone looking to edge their lawn. It features a 79cc engine that provides plenty of power to get the job done quickly. Additionally, it has a 7 inch blade that easily cuts through the grass and leaves a clean edge. This lawn edger is also easy to operate, with a simple on/off switch. It’s lightweight design makes it easy to maneuver, even in tight spaces. And finally, it comes with a 1 year warranty, ensuring that you’re satisfaction is guaranteed.

79cc powerful engine provides reliable power and performance
8″ semi-pneumatic tires give you a smooth ride over uneven terrain
11″ blade width provides a clean cut every time
Depth adjustment allows you to control the edging depth
Durable steel construction provides long-lasting use

Main Information Of Southland Power Equipment SWLE0799

Product Model SWLE0799
Product Color Red|Reds
Product Dimensions 30.31 x 19.29 x 18.5 inches
Product Weight 60 pounds
Product Manufacturer Southland Power Equipment

Must Know About Southland Power Equipment SWLE0799

Lawn edger with 3-1 2-feet.-lb. torque, a 79cc horizontal ohv engine, and both epa and carb 2009-compliant. This unit has easy-to-start features with curb-hopping and horizontal drive. A triangular 3 point blade with an angle that adjusts from -15 degrees allows for bevel edging with 5 depth positions and up to 2-1 2-inch deep. Two-year limited warranty.Text.template {  height: 115px;  width: 550

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Ok so here it goes I never take the time to write a review but I felt I had to with all these mixed crazy reviews , so the blade turns in the right direction, yes sometimes it won’t start when it’s warm or if you have been using it a while but that’s only because sometimes while your using the machine the choke lever slides to the on position it’s just a little loose , so just always check before starting it again while it’s warm that the choke is off that’s all , it started right up out of the box and always starts right up every time , it’s a quality machine , works perfectly, just the right amount of horse power, you don’t want it too powerful there’s an open blade spinning in front of you , if you decide to purchase this machine you will definitely love the quality, and ease of use , it does take a good 20 min to get the hang of it and then you will love it , I am a customer and live in NY , hope this helps with making your decision,

Top Customer Reviews for Southland Power Equipment SWLE0799

Heli Copter. rated Southland Power Equipment SWLE0799 5 out of 5 stars on June 3, 2020 and this is exact feedback provided:

It works great…!!!

So, not sure why some of you experienced and posted negative comments but, for me here in CT, find this thing great. No, my box wasn’t delivered in bad shape, no, I don’t leak oil and I wouldn’t use this as a boat anchor as it’s not designed for it. SOOO….., this said, let’s go with the positive.Got my package from UPS intact. Read the owner manual and assembled it as per the instructions ( 14 minutes and used metric tools, a 11mm, 12mm and a 14mm wrenches). Next, I started the unit (4 pulls) and let it warmed up on idle. As I never ever edged my lawn, I started with the highest level and worked my way down. The edger never stalled, work with the machine and the machine will work for you: it has plenty of power, just work with it in a reasonable manner……The only negative comment that is correct is the hard start when the engine is hot.Again, put the choke back ON FULL COLD and it will restart no problem ( not sure why that is tough….)Overall, I’m very satisfied so far with the back of my yard, tomorrow, I’m starting WW3 with my neighbors edging the front sidewalk AND THE CURB..haha.Will keep you posted with more pics.Fathers day is near, go get that machine boys………A few days later…..Went to the garage and grab my new little toy (no oil on the floor as reported by others). Today, I wanted to tackle the sidewalk that was never done before. You will see in the pictures the height of the grass that the blade had to cut thru and no, this edger never stalled on me. Again, do several passes if needed, work with the machine and the machine will work for you. Cannot explain this but, now, I don’t need to choke the engine when warm as I did before…. One thing I noticed is that the pull cord need to be pull all the way for a successful warm engine start. So to recap, this is a great machine and I love it. (sorry, didn’t have the time to cleanup before taking the last 3 pictures, we had a storm during the night)Thank you.

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Dirk Turgid rated Southland Power Equipment SWLE0799 1 out of 5 stars on September 20, 2017 and this is exact feedback provided:

As Useless As A Political Promise. But Not As Entertaining.

Best used as a boat anchor. not just to get rid of it, but so that’s out of sight, so just seeing it won’t jack your blood pressure.Mine arrived with the strong smell of gasoline in the tank, and a large oil stain in the packaging.. I set the edger up per directions, added oil and gasoline, and it started right up. But it wouldn’t develop enough power to run the blade more than an inch deep.I put it in the garage, and this morning found half of the crankcase oil staining the garage floor.I suspect that they get an occasional return or piece of crap that failed quality control (if any), and just send it out, hoping that some sucker will get it.I’m disassembling it tomorrow, and checking the whole thing out. I suspect it won’t take long. And then I’m tying it to one end of a rope, and the other to my rowboat.UPDATE:I disassembled the motor, and found the cylinder walls deeply scored. This engine was run with insufficient or no oil at all.I repeat: I expect that the seller had it returned by a customer that botched it, and then just turned around and sold it to someone else, hoping (somehow) that the new buyer had a room temperature I.Q. and no real mechanical skills. I wouldn’t buy a ball point pen from them without a personal inspection.

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