Specifications & Dimensions
|Cutting Swath (in.):||12|
|Adjustable Trimming Head:||Tool-less adjustable head|
|Job Size:||Small, Medium|
|Included with Item:|
|Package Contents:||Trimmer, Battery, Charger, Spool, Spool Cap, Owners Manual|
|Line Feed Type:||Automatic|
|Battery Voltage (V):||19.2|
|Charge Time (Hrs.):||1|
|Number of Batteries Included:||1|
|CARB Compliant:||CARB Compliant|
Ratings & Reviews
19.2 Volt Cordless C3 String Trimmer Makes Yard Work Simple, Efficient, and Stress-Free
Until you own the Craftsman 19.2 volt cordless C3 string trimmer, you have no idea that tools can be so versatile and easy to use. Whether you have a small yard that requires minimal monthly maintenance or a large property with a long to-do list, the Craftsman brand gets the job done. With the capacity to double as an edger, this trimmer boasts top-notch durability and convenience. Even when you're tackling the thickest weeds, the over-mold handle provides maximum comfort.
The 19.2 volt cordless C3 string trimmer is just one of more than 30 tools available on the C3 platform, giving you instant, affordable access to a wide range of yard tools. This trimmer is compatible with both lithium-ion and Ni-Cd batteries, making it versatile and easy to use. If you've been frustrated with previous trimmers because of their size, you'll be pleased to know that the C3 design has an adjustable shaft, allowing you to work with it at just the right level.
- Make burdensome outdoor chores a thing of the past with the Craftsman 19.2 volt cordless C3 string trimmer
- Doubles as an edger for maximum versatility
- 12-inch cutting swath to handle varying tasks
- 0.065-inch single line
- Automatic line feed for ease of use
- 2-in-1 shaft rotates for edging and adjusts to fit user height
- Over-mold handle allows for comfort during every job
- Part of the C3 platform with more than 30 additional tools available
- Includes a multi-chemistry ENERGY STAR charger, high capacity lithium-ion battery, spool, spool cap and owner's manual
- CARB compliant
Added on February 12, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
I am overall pleased with this weed Wacker It is good for the light job of my yard, about an acre. Battery lasts for about an hour per charge. Not as powerful as my old gas one, but much less maintenance.
New Berlin, WI
Prior to purchasing this I was concerned about the battery life after reading some of the reviews. Since I have several from my combo kit and the trimmer came with one I wasn't worried about having to pop in a battery if the one I was using died. I was quite pleased when I was able to edge my driveway, trim around trees, etc. on several occasions after mowing on one battery charge! I have a half acre lot with plenty of trees so I've been getting good use out of it. Power output is fine, the auto-feeder works pretty well, too. My only complaint is how quickly the line wears down, but I'm not exactly careful when edging around concrete, so I probably shouldn't complain. If you want to just pop in a battery and edge your yard, this is a solid option, especially if you have extra batteries anyway.
Mount Laurel, NJ
This is my first trimmer and I wanted one that I didn't need gas or an electric cord. I own a number of the 19.2V tools and I am generally pleased with the way they have held up. I was surprised at the power of the trimmer and easily trimmed about 100 foot length of yard at the rear of my property. It took down any week it hit immediately. The lithium battery may help with the power and hold a longer charge as well. I think you can get the trimmer with or without the battery/charger. I would recommend getting the battery if you own multiple tools since the batteries are the only thing that seems to "go" on these tools. I would say that if you like the other cordless tools in this series, you will like this trimmer. I have not used as an edger yet. One small issue is that the tool feels unbalanced from a weight distribution perspective. Was it the battery or usual for all trimmers (not sure). You might want to compare to a gas unit if this is important to you. Overall I would recommend the trimmer and if money is not the problem, get the extra battery.
I bought this at a great sale price of under $75. It is best used with a Lithium ion battery. I have several which I keep charged. It is always ready. I had a gas powered trimmer that I got so frustrated with. This one starts when I want to use it. I have an acre lot and can do most of the gardens and edges on one charge. I see where someone complained about it's power but much to my dismay I cut thru the chicken wire around my Vegetable garden. Had to mend that fence. Also good to wear long pants when you use it. I'm very happy with it as I'm now into my 3rd year. I almost bought a 2nd one when I saw it bundled with the blower for $94. Like I said the compact lithium ion batteries are the best to use
This battery operated trimmer does a great job. I have a small to medium sized yard and the unit has plenty of battery life and power. It is light weight and a has plenty of power. Replaced a 4 year old Black and Decker and this blows my old one away.
Works great for my corner lot. Battery lasts for my entire yard. No more 2 stroke gas and yanking the cord to try and start the old trimmer.
This trimmer will handle grass and small weeds with no problem. Plenty of power for normal trimming. I have a 1/2 acre lot and can get most of the trimming done on one charge. I have other C3 tools, so I have extra batteries if I need them.
I really like the ease of use for this trimmer. Don't have to worry about gas and oil mix and it does a decent job on a medium size yard.It comes with lithium battery and charger which i was surprised by and was a very good price.Another piece of equipment to add to my 19.2 collection