Today, modern lawnmowers make it easy to tend even large gardens. But what about the grassy areas the lawnmower can't reach? That's what grass trimmers are for. They can cope with even inaccessible places so there is no longer any need to bend down or slide over the damp grass on your knees.
Back-friendly grass trimmers have a telescopic handle which is adjustable in length to make it ideal for the user's height. There is therefore no longer any need to keep on having to bend forwards, which is so tiring and a strain for the back.
Support wheels that can be fitted if required offer additional relief.
Adjustable, ergonomic, non-slip grips make it easier to work, while an additional handle offers more comfort. It is thus possible to avoid having to turn the upper part of the body, which can be a nuisance and is not good for the back.
Grass trimmers are lightweight tools that people of slight build can also operate even over a longer period of time. A machine with high-powered, light-weight battery is also pleasant.
There should be a bar to protect the plants by keeping the tool at a safe distance. And if the blade system then also produces an exact, energy-efficient cut, all in all this turns trimming the grass into a pleasant stroll.
It should be possible to turn the rotor head for vertical edge restriction. This makes it easy to get to even inaccessible points.
A practical spare blade holder on the device rounds off the back-friendly set.
At the moment unfortunately no.