Model No. ST5530CM

30cm 550W 3-IN-1 Strimmer®


Features + Benefits

  • Mowing - Lightweight wheeled base allows you to use your string trimmer as a mower, for easier and more consistent cutting over small turfed areas.
  • Click and go - String Trimmer simply clicks into the base, enabling easy change from trimming to mowing and back.
  • Fast cutting - 30cm cutting swathe for fast job completion over large areas
  • Powered by E-Drive Technology – High torque gear system powers through even the toughest overgrown areas quickly without clogging.
  • Easy to Store - Store in a shed, garage or cupboard without using precious floor space.
  • Height Adjust - Adjustable wheels allow you to easily change the height of cut (40-60mm).
  • Trimming - Use as a traditional string trimmer to slice through tall grass and overgrown areas of your garden.
  • Lightweight and Portable - Easy to carry and use on uneven ground and steep inclines
  • Edging - Edging function with precision guide wheel for perfect lawn edges every time.
Black and Decker - 30cm 550W 3IN1 Strimmer - ST5530CM

Product Specs

Power Source Corded
Garden Size Medium
Feed System Automatic Feed
Power Rating 550 W
Cutting Width 30 cm
Edging facility Edging Wheel
Line cutting speed 7500 rpm
Line diameter 1.6 mm
Secondary handle Yes
Line supplied 9 m
Adjustable Handle Yes
Telescopic shaft Yes
Sound Power 95 dB(A)
Sound Pressure 80 dB(A)
Vibration 3.8 m/s²
Weight 4.6 kg
Replacement Spool A6481

3-IN-1 String Trimmer reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Scores 8.6 out of 10 based on 254 reviews
9 out of 10


Wirral GB
A well made piece ot kit
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 01 March 2018
Published on: 28 March 2018
10 out of 10


Haxey GB Nothing
I like the edging facility with wheel for easy useage
Have not found any bad points as yet
Confirmed purchase: 24 October 2017
Published on: 20 November 2017
9 out of 10


Nottingham GB
Easy to use.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 15 October 2017
Published on: 11 November 2017