Toro 2-Cycle 25.4cc Attachment Capable Curved Shaft Gas String Trimmer
Honda 25 cc Straight Shaft Gas Trimmer
ECHO 21.2 cc Gas 2-Stroke Cycle Curved Shaft Trimmer with Speed-Feed Head
Gas weed trimmer offers easy starts with i-30 starting technology
Weed wacker features ergonomic adjustable handle for a custom fit
Lease to Own at
$39 /month or less
100 Days Price:
Get it today & own it in 12 months or less
Pay as you go, own it with 26 bi-weekly lease payments, 100 days same as cash or buyout early anytime &
save 50% or more off the remaining ownership cost. No down payment, no commitment, return/cancel anytime.
Ownership Cost (before tax)
100 days same as cash:
26 Bi-Weekly (12-mo) lease payments:
The ownership cost is an estimate as this may vary by state. The exact
ownership cost will be provided on your Lease Agreement. You will have the chance to review the
ownership costs before agreeing to the terms of lease agreement.
Buyout early anytime before 12-mo and save 50% or more off remaining ownership balance. All lease
payments apply to the ownership cost.
ECHO's GT-225SF weed trimmer has a 21.2 cc professional-grade, 2-stroke engine for outstanding performance. The weed wacker also features a 48 in. shaft length for extended reach. The Speed-Feed 400 cutting head reloads in seconds without disassembly. All ECHO yard trimmer engines are certified with the highest EPA engine durability rating.
Use a 50:1 ratio of fuel to oil mix for 2-stroke cycle engines, recommend using only fresh gas with a minimum octane rating of 89 or higher (mid-grade to premium) at all times
50:1 ratio equal 1 US Gal. 89 octane plus 2.6 fl. oz. ECHO PowerBlend gold oil or ECHO red armor oil
i-30 starting technology reduces starting effort by 30%
Weed trimmer features a 21.2 cc professional-grade 2-stroke engine
i-30 starting system reduces starting effort
Weed wacker comes with a 5-year consumer/2-year commercial warranty
Lightweight, 48 in. curved shaft with Speed-Feed head
Speed-Feed 400 trimmer head reloads in seconds without tools or disassembly