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WORX WG163.8 GT 3.0 20V PowerShare 12″ Cordless String Trimmer & Edger (Battery & Charger Included)

$113.23

(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on November 24, 2023 12:40 am Details
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  • [2-TOOLS-IN-1] Get all your edging and trimming done with just one tool. Save yourself the expense of buying a separate edger
  • [CONVERTS QUICKLY] Just pull the head away from the shaft and twist to switch it from a trimmer into an edger—it only takes a few seconds
  • [SAME BATTERY, EXPANDABLE POWER] The same battery powers over 75+ 20V, 40V, and 80V lifestyle, garden, and power tools in the Power Share family
  • [PUSH-BUTTON SPOOL SYSTEM] Command Feed is our on-demand line delivery technology. No bumping or auto-feed that relies on a timer. When you need fresh line, just push the button
  • [GET AT HARD-TO-REACH AREAS] The head pivots 90 so you can reach under and around shrubs and landscaping, or trim on sloped land
  • [EXTENDABLE SHAFT] It telescopes out for taller users, and slides back in. This also makes it easy to store
  • [MULTI-POSITION HANDLE] So you can get a comfortable grip. It also enables you to gain leverage when you have to bend down low
  • [INCLUDES] 20V Grass Trimmer & Edger, 20V 2.0ah Battery, 2A Charger, Spool, Edger Wheels

Specification: WORX WG163.8 GT 3.0 20V PowerShare 12″ Cordless String Trimmer & Edger (Battery & Charger Included)

Brand

WORX

Power Source

Battery Powered

Color

Black and Orange

Item Dimensions LxWxH

36.34 x 5.47 x 7.48 inches

Item Weight

5.3 pounds

Cutting Width

12 Inches

Assembly Required

Yes

Product Dimensions

36.34 x 5.47 x 7.48 inches

Manufacturer

WORX

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

WG163.8

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Photos: WORX WG163.8 GT 3.0 20V PowerShare 12″ Cordless String Trimmer & Edger (Battery & Charger Included)

8 reviews for WORX WG163.8 GT 3.0 20V PowerShare 12″ Cordless String Trimmer & Edger (Battery & Charger Included)

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  1. zubair al-qassim

    I’m not happy at all about the miss information.
    I bought the worx strimmer because it clearly says clearly (power share) and same battery.
    I got the strimmer and the 20v battery and charger bought online separately from Amazon and they don’t fit together.
    I tried the battery of my Landroid mower and still the same.. does not fit!!
    There is no notice what so ever about this difference in the product advert or your website.
    Very misleading!!!!
    There is no adapter or different battery to
    Buy!!!

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  2. Natalie Davison

    This strimmer suggests that it is compatible with the batteries for lawnmower – the 20V Plus. I bought it thinking I was being clever as I already had the charger and two batteries. It arrived and after thorough investigation of booklet post assembly, it is not. To add insult to injury, the batteries are only sold in the States and now no longer made. Spend the money on the strimmer that comes with the battery pack is my advice! Really disappointing.

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  3. StuBod

    ..not sure why Worx offer this in the UK based on their “Powershare” philosophy. In general I like Worx stuff, and they are my “go to” DIY powertool company.
    As I already have their drill I recently opted for one of their cordless hedge trimmers as I checked and was advised that despite being quite old my drill batteries would fit.

    On the back of that i then ordered the above cordless strimmer as it looked really nice and generally had good reviews. As I already now had 3 batteries I asked Worx if they could source me a “bare” unit, (ie no batteries).

    When it arrived it was a bit disappointing to find that although advertised as a “power share” tool the batteries I had are not compatible???

    Not sure why they would do this?? But now have the pain of sending it back and looking for an alternative!

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  4. Kimber

    I am a single female who has an unfortunate amount of yard work. I gave up on the gas-powered weed trimmer that was a leftover from my former marriage. I spent more time figuring out the line than trimming. It killed my back and shoulders. Last but not least, with gas powered yard machines I never know how much oil to mix, what kind of gas to put in and so forth. I am not mechanical. So, my quest for an easier and lighter weed trimmer began.

    I landed on this Worx Trimmer due to Amazon reviews and popularity, along with other marketplace reviews. I have used the weed trimmer after three mowing cycles. So far: no regrets. It is economical. I have almost an acre of yard, so the second battery comes in very handy. If I decide I want a third battery I can pick up another for about $40. An added bonus, for the mechanically-challenged I took out the offered four-year warranty for less than five bucks, a no brainer for me.

    So how does it perform? I love it. A friend stopped by the other day and complimented me on how nice the yard looked. The trimmer is lightweight, and I have a health issue that causes chronic pain at forty-something. The weight, or lack thereof, is a huge relief compared to the gas trimmer collecting dust and spider webs in the garage. I realize the batteries will lose some steam, but right now I have enough to take care of my yard. It is so easy to feed line to that a child could do it. Need I say more? I went back and forth, back and forth with this and another well known brand that starts with a B. Again: mechanically-challenged. I hadn’t heard of this brand. So glad chose the Worx WG163 Grass Trimmer. If it works for me, it will work for you!

    If you found my review somewhat helpful please click/tap the yes icon. Thank you so much!

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  5. HaOsLsE

    I wanted to wait after a few uses. I think I’ve used it about 9-10 times now. So glad we got this. It is really light and makes trimming and edging seem almost fun now. Thinking back to my corded trimmer and always having to manually feed the line because the autofeed never worked right. The autofeed works on this almost flawlessly. I’ve only had to open the cap with the line twice. Once because I didn’t autofeed in time and the line was no longer sticking out then the 2nd time was to swap it out. I just bought the 6 pack of line here on amazon because it was basically the same price.

    Durability and use. After reading the reviews and how hard it was to snap into place I confirmed it was, but I read some and the materials they use are very durable. I think I read it on their homepage that the plastic used was the same plastic on helmets, so I think it will last a long time. I only have about a 1/4 acre of a yard. The first use was not under easy conditions because it rained a lot and things were getting a little tall. Under normal conditions this thing flies through the jobs. Both batteries easily get me through the front and backyard and edging around the flowerbeds. Sadly we got lazy on our backyard flowerbed and now we have grass/weeds…so I just whack them down for now. I know you can’t have the perfect “conditional” yard to cut every time because of rain and growth…so 2 batteries is pushed to the limit then because it does bog down in thicker conditions. Not so much that it stops, but it definitely slows down then picks back up once cut.

    It is light like everyone says, but I read somewhere here ( some elderly lady) where she crafted/engineered an old shoulder strap to help ease the load even more. I will tell you. I exercise and lift dumbbells 10x this weight, but hardly stopping now and moving…it does get heavy after awhile. So I have slowly been thinking how I can rig a shoulder strap. This will make it even faster. I feel my forearms after basically non-stop use of this.

    The Batteries seem to hold pretty good constant charge for me. I make sure they’re both fully charged before I do any work. The only complaint I have, and it may only be mine…is that the charger itself is REALLY snug when snapping in. Snapping into the tool itself is very easy. I don’t think my wife or kids would actually be able to unlock it from the charger as snug as it is right now. It works so well and the snug snapping on the charger is not enough to make me want to deduct a star.

    I plan to buy the hedger and blower next to have extra batteries and chargers. I think on one of them I’ll just buy the tool itself. I think 3 batts and 2 chargers should suffice.

    If I find any anomalies during the summer I will surely report it here. I use amazon reviews like crazy and trust everyone’s positive and negative reviews. So if I read enough…I suppose i’d jump off a bridge with yall. Even if I don’t buy from Amazon (oops?) I still normally buy something they may stock and read their reviews. Sometimes I just need something right then lol. Sorry Amazon.

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  6. Jelly Role

    THIS IS NOT A GAS TRIMMER! Now, once you get that in your head, you can enjoy the benefits of this little gem. I have always had gas trimmers. I have always hated the accidental destruction of fences, siding, and edging. I have also never loved getting hit in the shins with 145 mph rocks and mulch chips. Vibrating hands and ringing in my ears also are not on the top of my list of fun things. This little 20V trimmer addresses all those issues. It isn’t as powerful as a gas trimmer, but it cuts the grass. What more do you need? It is much much lighter. It has way less vibration. It is very quiet. The lack of power is actually a benefit in my opinion. It is much easier to control for a finer more detailed cut. Of course the flip over edging feature works like a champ to for lining out your natural edges on landscaping beds. I know what you are thinking…how long doe the battery last? Well, I have a quarter acre with large beds, a fence, curbs, a fire pit, and five trees to trim. This thing does them all and has enough in reserve to run my Worx blower on all the surfaces now covered with grass. Would I buy this if I was a commercial landscaper? Nope. Would I buy it if my yard was twice as big? Sure, I’m only using one battery now and it comes with two! I have no regrets. The gasser is going in a garage sale today!

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  7. Anna Taylor

    We have lots of worx PowerShare tools and love them. Turns out this is made for the US market and the batteries are different. So frustrating! Now we have to faff around with getting it returned and need to find the UK version!

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  8. phil

    Bought as a bare unit in the uk to use with other power share batteries. Arrived quicker than expected but uk batteries do not fit. In fairness to amazon, it does state that US specs may be different to those in UK but I did not expect that to mean the battery as without the battery, the unit itself is useless. UPS wanted nearly £60 to return to US for an item that cost £68 and Amazon policy will only consider refunding £20. I did contact Amazon customer service who let me keep the unit for disposal and refunded the full amount. So 5 stars for speed of delivery, 5 stars for Amazon customer service and 1 star for the unit because it does not work in the UK with UK powershare batteries.

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    WORX WG163.8 GT 3.0 20V PowerShare 12″ Cordless String Trimmer & Edger (Battery & Charger Included)
    WORX WG163.8 GT 3.0 20V PowerShare 12″ Cordless String Trimmer & Edger (Battery & Charger Included)

    $113.23

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