Toro Cordless 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Electric Trimmer

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Toro Cordless 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Electric Trimmer
Price: $59.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $15 Two-Day OR $18 One-Day
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Reviews from Home Depot

Really? This is the 2nd time I am first and being a new home owner I am somewhat disappointed. At least this time isn’t for a 72 pack of batteries on Christmas.

Time to check out the product page

This doesn’t even make any sense.

This looks to be the reviews from Amazon. $130 sold by Toro itself, and ~4 Stars, from 42 reviews. Only two 1-star reviews, but the top review (a 2-star) is worth reading.

We have one of these and I think it is great. We have a half acre yard and I can trim out edges several different times on one charge. LED indicator on the battery shows charge left. I have not been disappointed. Tenhead pivots for use as an edger. Line changes are a snap…literally.

This is what I love to see…

An industry leading name, a super price, latest battery technology and the item is brand new with a two year Toro warranty. On top of that, it’s just in time for me as my old NiCad battery trimmer is starting to show signs of age.

Does anyone know if the battery charger is included? I’m not seeing it listed under “what’s in the box”. Thanks.

[MOD: Yes and we’ve added it to “In the box”. Thanks for calling it out.]

You wrote, “but the top review (a 2-star) is worth reading.” I did, and I still don’t know what he said! The man who wrote this review has a lot of time on his hands and does not believe in saying in 2 words what he could just as easily say in two hundred. Boring!

I bought one of these about 2 years ago after reading a lot of reviews. I had a gas trimmer and was tired of dealing with mixing fuel and tough starting. Buy this! It’s got plenty of power. I do a lot of grass trimming in my yard and this really holds a charge. The trim string is more narrow than my gas trim was, but still cuts great. Lightweight and well balanced. I’m really tempted to buy a 2nd one here (first was from Amazon).

Yes it is.

Since complaining in the forum is about the only way to get the attention of customer service, can the mod check into my case? I’m still waiting to hear whether Woot or the vendor will send a replacement for my non-functioning jawhorse? It’s been over a month since I ordered.

Sorry for the delay, Robin. I’ll email CS to let them know of your concerns.

How do these batteries handle being stored in the garage during Michigan Winters? (i.e. 20 degrees or lower for 3 months)

I don’t know if this is the proper answer but here’s what I do. I’ve learned from experience that most batteries don’t like the cold, so I take them out of the garage and bring them someplace in the house where they will be out of the way. I use the laundry room and I also bring in the chargers with the batteries. I then make it a point to charge them at least once during the winter season. I always do this with my NiCad batteries and just started this with L-ion batteries.


I bought one of these from HD months ago at close to full price and I don’t regret it for one minute.

I have a 2 acre lot and it does a ton of work on a single charge. If it’s any indication, I don’t feel that motivated to buy a second one here, though it is tempting.

Using the higher quality line string makes a huge difference in how well the machine works and how long the string lasts, since it is thinner than a gas trimmer.

Very recommended.