Black & Decker GH600 Grass Hog Review



An electric, automatic feed weed eater with a 14-inch cutting swath, the Black & Decker GH600 must be plugged in and is best suited for small lots. . Consumers generally like the cheap weed eater, saying it's especially good at edging and easy to use; indeed, it comes with an edging guide, cord lock, and adjustable handle.

The Black & Decker GH600 (starting at $50) is another good Black & Decker product, according to Black & Decker GH600 reviews. This cheap weed eater plugs in, so you have less freedom to roam than with battery-powered trimmers but don't fret about the battery dying before your work is done. Reviews at Walmart assign high marks for the GH600's cutting and edging ability and power. Most users posting Black & Decker GH600 reviews indicate that it far exceeds their expectations: the Black & Decker GH600 delivers value -- a big job at a little price. Black & Decker GH600 reviews on Epinions also praise the quality, noting the light weight, durability, and comfort; users also say the automatic feed is a huge convenience.

As a brand known for producing high quality products, the Black & Decker GH600 doesn't disappoint. It's powered by a 4.8-amp motor and features a 14-inch cutting swath, a lock for the extension cord, an adjustable handle, and ergonomic grips. It weighs only 5.2 pounds and comes with a two-year warranty.

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At a cost of less than $50, it's hard to beat the Black & Decker GH600. It edges and trims without fuss and is light enough for most any adult to manage. We like the total package and consider it a good choice for a cheap string trimmer if you don't mind a trailing cord.

Raechel Conover

Raechel Conover is a freelance writer whose work has appeared on Yahoo, blogs, and other websites. She's a self-confessed shopaholic and frugal mom, always scouring the sale and clearance racks for deals and taking full advantage of free community activities and events with her husband and young sons.

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