The WORX WG896 12 Amp 7.5" Electric Lawn Edger & Trencher is a top of the line lawn edger that offers both edging and trenching capabilities. It has a powerful 12 amp motor that can quickly and easily edge or trench your lawn. The lawn edger also has a tilting blade that allows you to easily adjust the depth of the cut, making it perfect for both shallow and deep trenches. Plus, its compact design makes it easy to store when not in use.
The WORX WG896 12 Amp 7.5" Electric Lawn Edger & Trencher is a two-in-one tool that can be used as an edger or trencher.
The edger has a robust 7.5" steel blade that can cut through any thickness of turf. The trencher has a serrated edge that can easily trench through hard soil.
The WORX WG896 12 Amp 7.5" Electric Lawn Edger & Trencher is easy to use, with an adjustable depth guide that ensures accurate trenches every time.
The powerful 12 amp motor provides enough torque to power through any job, big or small.
The WORX WG896 12 Amp
WORX WG896 Can Edge and Trench at the Same Time!
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All there is to know about Positec/Worx – Lawn & Garden WG896
If you want to get some definition to your landscaping or if you wish to lay out a cable, the Worx Special Edition Lister Terrain Edger Trencher 12-AMP Electric 7.5 Forward-Turning Edger is an efficient method. It runs quietly at only 14 pounds and can even easily move when pushing it and cleaning up clogged up areas. Simply don't forget to remove the plug first. The blade is made from heavy-duty steel with serrated borders, making for improved flowing design and a alerts that alert you when it needs to be replaced. It s effortless to put together right after you obtain it, allowing you to obtain your lawn and garden more beautiful and more defined in no time at all.
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As mentioned in other reviews the edger is powerful but it has difficulty plowing through thick, matted turf. In my case the grass had overgrown the edges of my brick walk. It had been a couple of years since it was edged before so there were at least 3" of grass that had to be cut back. Since my lawn is irrigated and fertilized regularly the soil is always moist. This compounded the situation and made it necessary to stop every 20' or so to dig out the dirt and grass that had accumulated in the shroud (the blade enclosure). I know that they warn about using it in "wet" grass, but it should be designed to handle earth with moisture in it. Another problem was that the back edge of the shroud kept catching on the thick grass as it moved forward, and the wheels would not ride up over the clumps without a hefty push.
Top Customer Reviews for Positec/Worx – Lawn & Garden WG896
Dane rated Positec/Worx – Lawn & Garden WG896 5 out of 5 stars on July 24, 2017 and this is exact feedback provided:
Works perfectly and is very powerful
I just purchased my house and along with it came a completely let go lawn. The bermuda grass had covered the sidewalk over 1 foot in some places. I pretty much ruined the first blade getting the first edge around my whole yard but that was due to the fact my hard had never been edged before. This bad boy had plenty of power but it did take a little while on the first go around. Now edging is a piece of cake. I also purchased a 100' extension cord from amazon and had no problems getting it to fit the plug as other reviewers said they had. Buy this bad boy, its a great deal!TIP: When your done with an edge, make sure you let the blade stop spinning before you let go of the handle on the sidewalk. I chipped my sidewalk in many places because I kept forgetting that the blade was spinning.
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Slow Coyote rated Positec/Worx – Lawn & Garden WG896 3 out of 5 stars on May 16, 2017 and this is exact feedback provided:
It's all well and good if you need that cord for some unrelated purpose
What ever you do, do NOT buy the 100' extension cord that pops up as "Customers also bought". It's all well and good if you need that cord for some unrelated purpose, but it does not work with this machine. The edger does not have a ground, so you need a 2 pronged extension cord. A 3 pronged one will not fit in the hard plastic circular guard around the plug.And it probably works fine if you have an already tidy edge, but creating that first edge is a real chore. It will not go through built up dirt or thicker grass like tall fescue. You are better off using a sharp spade shovel that first time, then just keeping up every few weeks with this little cupcake.
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