Model No. GLC3630LB

30cm 36V Lithium-ion Strimmer® Grass Trimmer without battery

Overview

Features + Benefits

  • Two tools in one; easily converts from trimming to edging
  • Telescopic tube to suit every gardener
  • E-Drive Technology®. High torque gear system gets the job done faster through improved rate of cut
  • Lightweight cordless Strimmer® grass trimmer for improved manoverability and control.
  • Use Black and Decker A6481-XJ replacement spool and line
  • Quickly converts from trimming to edging
  • Efficient cutting system powered by Lithium cuts up to 3750m in 1 charge
  • Automatic single line feed system, saves you time and effort
  • Cord free, hassle free – no danger of cutting the cord and no harmful emissions
  • Power Select lets you choose maximum run-time (ECO mode) or power (TURBO mode)
  • 36V and 30cm cutting swath is the perfect size for large gardens
Black and Decker - 30cm 36V Lithiumion Strimmer Grass Trimmer without battery - GLC3630LB

Product Specs

Power Source Cordless
Garden Size Medium
Feed System Automatic Feed
Power Rating 36 V
Cutting Width 30 cm
Edging facility Edging Guide
Battery Type Lithium-Ion
Battery Included No
Line cutting speed 6500-8500 rpm
Charging Time 1.5-2 hours
Secondary handle Yes
Line diameter 1.5 mm
Line supplied 10 m
Adjustable Handle Yes
Area of cut 2500 m²
Telescopic shaft Yes
Telescopic distance 325 mm
Sound Pressure 80 dB(A)
Vibration 3 m/s²
Weight 3.5 kg

36V Li-ion String Trimmer BARE reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Ease of use
9.7
Ease of storage
9.7
Cleaning/maintenance
9.3
Value for money
8.8
Overall rating
9.0
Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
10 out of 10

Gerald

GB
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Great strimer
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 04 June 2017
Published on: 14 June 2017
10 out of 10

David

Bognor Regis GB
+
Great product versatile speed settings powerful and long lasting battery
None
Confirmed purchase: 14 May 2017
Published on: 17 May 2017
7 out of 10

RON

GB Honest gut
+
Light weight
Automatic line feed is rubbish
Confirmed purchase: 12 April 2017
Published on: 26 April 2017