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The TIMBERPRO 52cc 2 in 1 Petrol Powered Brush Cutter and Strimmer is ideal for all light and heavy trimming and strimming tasks around the garden.
Designed for both professional and home users alike, it is ideal for maintaining large and small areas, cutting thick brush, trimming grass and weeds around trees and keeping the garden tidy.
Supplied with a 3 dual line strimmer spools, and a high quality 3 tooth brush cutter blade for cutting various types of material from thick weeds to brambles and roots.
Posted by Steve Simpson on 2nd Aug 2016
I am absolutely delighted with my purchase. This strimmer is a BEAST. I paid £84.99 including free postage. The 50cc engine is really powerful. The only drawback is that you have to be really gentle with the throttle when just trimming the edges of lawns or other more delicate work. It is ideal for clearing thick undergrowth.
Posted by mark on 13th Jun 2016
A very nice piece of machinery. Engine fired first time from new and kept running till petrol ran out . May be a slightly bigger tank but then this would ruin the good centre of balance
Posted by Dan with a banjo on my knee on 28th May 2016
Greetings from Alabama where all carbonated sodas are Cokes and all string trimmers are Weedeaters.
52CC of not CARB compliance makes for one heck of a weedeater. Figuring out the harness was the hardest part of assembly. I had to resort to duct tape and zip ties to get the harness to stay the way it needed to be.
For balance, having the weight toward the rear makes for easier use and easier use on a hill IF FACING UP HILL.
It does go through the gasoline rather quickly. It also goes through weeds rather quickly. Hearing, boots, long pants and eye protection ARE NOT OPTIONAL with this beast.
As with all strimmers, the factory tap and go head is the weak link. I took the Shakespeare Push-N-Load Trim Head off of my old trimmer and put it on this one as soon as the line was used up.
COULD NOT BE ANY HAPPIER
Posted by eric on 3rd May 2016
excellent service had problems starting spoke to Dan who was extremely helpful with tips to get starting correct. it turned out in the end the spark plug gap was too big, adjusted to correct gap and it starts no problem. easy to use and does excellent job
Posted by Unknown on 18th Apr 2016
Nothing like getting a new piece of equipment and having it start on the second pull, Great job Timberpro thanks
Posted by Catherine on 8th Jul 2015
This was max strength - I had help setting it up (thank goodness) and was then left to it. It was a hefty piece of equipment! I managed to hang in for 30 minutes max, by which time it had ploughed its way through some of the overgrowth. I ran out of spool and out of energy long before I ran out of long grass! More today!
My only reservation is that I had not anticipated how heavy it would be.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Jun 2015
I bought the combined strimmer, hedge trimmer, pruner as am professional gardener and use the Stihl version on one my contracts. Was OK with that product, apart from pruner, which is a bit pants and warm starting, tricky. However this turned up very swiftly and although is never going to be the equivalent of aforesaid manufacturer is really good. The 2015 engine is loads better, feels lighter, starting hot and cold excellent with plenty of grunt. Was suspicious of hardness of plastic on strimmer head but all good. Brush cutter blade fine too, overall much improved and for the price colour me impressed, better than the old husky used to use!! Cheers. Get a decent harness though!
Posted by Ian Priest on 26th May 2015
Machine is generally well made and very good value. started fairly easily for first use but then could not get to start after a week.
After much investigation it turned out that the absolutely nasty and cheap spark plug connecting spring was not connecting so no spark. changed the fitting for one off another machine and works brilliantly and starts even easier - why use such a cheap and nasty bent spring instead of a plug cap.