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Makita XRU07Z 36V (18v x2) Brushless String Trimmer


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Hit damn!! That thing is nice!!!

Is that you putting it to work, Jess?

How does it run compared to the 18v. Is the power and speed very notaciable?

Does it have reverse like the 18v or does it not need it because its got plenty of power it will never get choked up! Haha

Are the battery indicators the 3 level charge indicators or just low battery warning light?

how's the weight and balance?

Is it variable speed.. dial to set the speed or trigger like a gas engine?

any cool stand out features?

the grass in that second pic has got to be the best looking grass I have ever seen!!

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Hit damn!! That thing is nice!!!

Is that you putting it to work, Jess?

How does it run compared to the 18v. Is the power and speed very notaciable?

Does it have reverse like the 18v or does it not need it because its got plenty of power it will never get choked up! Haha

Are the battery indicators the 3 level charge indicators or just low battery warning light?

how's the weight and balance?

Is it variable speed.. dial to set the speed or trigger like a gas engine?

any cool stand out features?

the grass in that second pic has got to be the best looking grass I have ever seen!!

No that is not me pictured, I took the photos from Makita. I should have the next shipment in by Friday.

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8 hours ago, mtnkid85 said:

Bumping this thread.  How has the trimmer been holding up for you guys? 

Thinking about picking this and the blower up now that spring is coming.

im looking at the blower too. i am looking at the $100 trimmer as I really dont need anything bigger. makita has their promo going right now, buy 3 bare tools get 2 free batteries, charger, and a contractor bag, 

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the 36v looks awesome with the beefier head. nice buy eric.

 

can you feel the torque control thing? i've read that when under a minimal load or a heavy load, the trimmer changes the power to maximize the runtime or the power.

 

thanks

 

teg

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