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Yard maintenance is a task for every family member and that is why I want to share with you my list of best weed wacker for a woman. That way you can teach your daughter how to maintain the yard so she can do it with her own yard in the future.

Hide your ip address free. There isn’t the particular special type of weed eater for women, but I would recommend them to use smaller and lighter trimmers or other tools because they will be more comfortable with them. You don’t have to use a big and bulky trimmer if you can’t carry it, no matter if you are a man or a woman.

Treat yourself and use a light trimmer which are far better options for women. You don’t have to experience bad back everytime you trim the grass in your yard and you know it. That is why I want to share with you a list of best weed eaters for women and you can see if one of them will suit your needs and desires.

One thing I want to share with you before I continue with the list. I would recommend using electric weed wackers because they are lighter than gas trimmers in general and they are easier to use. You don’t have to use fuel with them so it is not a messy task like with the gas trimmers.

That is why my list consists of mostly electric weed trimmers and you will see that they are much better for beginners – because they are easy to use, and women – because they are lighter.

Best Weed Wacker for a Woman

Greenworks 13-Inch 4 Amp Corded String Trimmer 21212

The first contestant for the best weed wacker for a woman is a corded electric trimmer made by Greenworks. This light trimmer is very simple to use and it looks pretty good. It is made in a silver and green color combination with a few black details so you can be sure that your better half will like the design. It is not the strongest trimmer on the market, but with the 4 Amp motor will cut basic weed in your yard. This light trimmer weighs only 5.2 lbs so you can be sure that it won’t be too heavy for some light yard maintenance. The only problem with this trimmer is the fact that it is corded, which means you have to use it for small to medium yards. You can go as far as the cord allows you to go, so if you have a big yard, you should check the battery powered weed eater for women which are below.

Pros:

It is simple to use and it is light – weighs only 5.2 lbs.

It comes with the telescopic shaft so you can adjust the height of the trimmer.

Cons:

It is corded trimmer so you can use it only for small to medium yards.

Dewalt 20V Max 5.0 Ah Lithium-Ion XR Brushless String Trimmer DCST920P1

Although Dewalt trimmers are made in the black and yellow color combination and they might not impress your better half with the design, they are very simple to use and their working preferences are great. This battery powered trimmer is a great option for a weed trimmer for women because it is light and it cuts weed without any trouble. You don’t have to be an expert to start this trimmer and that is one of the biggest advantages of electrical trimmers over gas trimmers – easy to start. This trimmer is heavier than the model above, but it is still pretty light with 8.3 lbs so I think that women can work with it without any trouble for some time. There is a trigger that controls the speed which is great because you can start with the lowest speed and gradually make it faster as you get used to the trimmer.

Pros:

It is simple to use and easy to start as others electric trimmers.

You can adjust the speed of the trimmer.

Cons:

Warranty on the trimmer is limited, so check what it covers.

BLACK+DECKER 12-Inch Lithium Trimmer and Edger LST300

This light battery operated trimmer is great because it comes with two options. It is a trimmer, but you can also use it as an edger too and the transformation is very quick and simple. This trimmer/edger weighs about 7 lbs so it is considered a lightweight tool and it is very simple to use for beginners, experts, men, woman, for everyone. This is a great weed eater for women because it comes with an adjustable handle and telescopic shaft which means that you can adjust it completely to your needs and skills. The 20-Lithium Ion battery should last enough for you to trim your yard but depends on the actual size of the yard.

Pros:

It is simple to use and easy to start as others electric trimmers.

You can adjust the height of the trimmer and position of the handle.

Cons:

Warranty on the trimmer is limited, so check what it covers.

Worx 20-Volt GT 2.0 String Trimmer/Edger/Mini-Mower WG160

This trimmer is actually a pretty interesting tool and that is why it is one of the best weed wacker for a woman. It is a trimmer, an edger, and a mini-mower which means that you can basically maintain your entire yard with it. You don’t have to use tools to convert this trimmer into edger or mower, all you have to do is switch and press. Now, you would expect that this trimmer is heavier than others since it is a 3-in-1 option, but it is actually very light. It weighs only 5.7 pounds which means it is easy to use. Men can use it too of course and that is why it comes with a telescopic shaft. Whoever uses it can adjust the height of the trimmer to their height. The best part about this battery-powered trimmer is that you can use the battery on other Worx tools, just make sure they are compatible.

Pros:

It is a trimmer, an edger, and a mini-mower all in one.

You can adjust the height of the trimmer and position of the handle.

Cons:

Warranty on the trimmer is limited, so check what it covers.

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Toro Cordless 8-Inch 12-Volt Electric Trimmer 51467

This electric trimmer looks like a corded trimmer but it is actually a battery powered trimmer. This trimmer is very simple and it looks great due to the red and black color combination. The trimmer is not the best weed wacker for a woman, but it is pretty good. In my opinion, its biggest disadvantage is the fact that you can’t adjust the height of the trimmer, which is not that bad when you think about it. The handle you use to control the trimmer is ergonomic which means that you can use it without any trouble and that is what matters most.

Pros:

It is light, it weighs only 6.4 pounds.

The ergonomic handle makes it easy to control.

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Cons:

It doesn’t come with a telescopic shaft.

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Black+Decker
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryPower tools, home improvement products, hardware, fastening technology
FoundedSeptember 1910; 110 years ago (as 'The Black & Decker Manufacturing Company') in Baltimore, Maryland, (U.S.A.)
FounderS. Duncan Black (1883-1951)
Alonzo G. Decker (1884-1956)
Headquarters
Towson, Maryland
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Key people
Nolan D. Archibaldceo
ProductsPower tools
Revenue$11.41 billion (FY2016)[1]
$965.3 million (FY2016)[1]
Number of employees
27,000
ParentStanley Black & Decker
WebsiteConsumer website
Diagram
A Black and Decker cordless drill

Black+Decker Inc. is an American manufacturer of power tools, accessories, hardware, home improvement products, home appliances and fastening systems headquartered in Towson, Maryland, north of Baltimore, where the company was originally established in 1910. On March 12, 2010, Black & Decker merged with Stanley Works to become Stanley Black & Decker.[2] It remains as a wholly owned subsidiary of that company.

History[edit]

1920 ad for the drills

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  • 1910 – 'The Black & Decker Manufacturing Company' was founded by S. Duncan Black (1883–1951) and Alonzo G. Decker (1884–1956), as a small machine shop in Baltimore in September. Decker, who had only a seventh grade education, had met Black in 1906, when they were both 23-year-old workers at the Rowland Telegraph Company. With only $1,200 between them, one of their first jobs was designing machinery for making milk bottle caps and candy dipping.[3]
  • 1912 – The Black and Decker 'Hexagon' logo symbol was introduced, symbolizing the head of a hexagonal bolt found in machine shops. It was used in one form or another from 1912 to 2014.[4]
  • 1917 – Black & Decker invented and patented the hand-held electric drill with a pistol grip and trigger switch.[5]
  • –– For many decades the director of design was Glenn Calvin Wilhide, a friend of Walter Gropius and other industrial designers of the day. Wilhide filed many US patents for Black & Decker.
  • 1917 – The first factory was opened in Towson, Maryland.
  • 1919 – Company reaches $1,000,000 in sales.
  • 1928 – Acquired Van Dorn Electric Tool Company of Cleveland, Ohio.
  • 1936 – Common stock begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
  • 1941 August – Wilhide's patent for a portable power driven tool unit granted.[6]
  • 1943 – Received the Army-Navy 'E' Award for production, one of four World War II (1939/1941-1945) citations awarded to the company.
  • 1949 – First Black & Decker U.S. trademark awarded.
  • 1951 – Alonzo G. Decker, Sr. becomes president
  • 1960 – Acquired DeWalt from American Machine and Foundry.
  • 1975 – Francis P. Lucier succeeded son of one of the founders Alonzo G. Decker, Jr.(1908-2002), as chairman of the board, the first time a family member did not hold the post.
  • 1984 – Acquired small-appliance business from General Electric Company.
  • 1986 – Nolan D. Archibald is named chief executive officer.
  • 1989 – Acquired Emhart Corporation[7] which includes the brand names Kwikset, Price Pfister faucets, Molly wall anchors, POP rivets, True Temper (both hardware and sports equipment) and other consumer and commercial products. Inducted into the Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame for its cordless power tool achievements and contributions to NASA's Gemini and Apollo programs.
  • 1990 – True Temper hardware is sold to Huffy, and then sold to US Industries (owner of Ames) which later became Ames True Temper, which is now owned by Griffon Corporation.
  • 1996 – Sold small-appliance business to Windmere Durable Holdings.[8]
  • 2000 – Alonzo G. Decker, Jr. resigns from the board, at age 92, two years before his death.[9]
  • 2010 – Black & Decker merges with Stanley Works to become Stanley Black & Decker.[10]
  • 2014 – Rebranded from Black & Decker to Black+Decker[11]
  • 2017 – Stanley Black & Decker purchases Craftsman from Sears (Sears, Roebuck & Company).[12]
  • 2017 – Stovekraft entered a licensing agreement with Black+Decker to sell the latter's products in the Indian market.[13][14]
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As of 2017 Q4, Stanley Black & Decker's brand portfolio included:[15]

  • STANLEY (formerly known as The Stanley Works, started as Stanley's Bolt Manufactory, founded by Frederick Trent Stanley in 1843, and merging with the Stanley Rule and Level Company founded by Henry Stanley)
  • Black+Decker
  • Aero Scout
  • Facom, Mac Tools, Proto
  • Inner Space
  • Piranha
  • Sonitrol
  • STANLEY Access Technologies
  • STANLEY Engineered Fastening
  • STANLEY Healthcare
  • STANLEY Infrastructure
  • STANLEY Security

Former brands and subsidiaries[edit]

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  • Baldwin (sold to Spectrum Brands)
  • Delta Machinery (sold to Chang Type Industrial)
  • DeVilbiss Air Power (sold to MAT Holdings)
  • Kwikset (sold to Spectrum Brands)
  • Price Pfister (sold to Spectrum Brands)
  • Weiser Lock[16] (sold to Spectrum Brands)

References[edit]

  1. ^ abBlack & Decker annual income sheet via Wikinvest
  2. ^'Stanley and Black & Decker Complete Merger' (Press release). Stanley Black & Decker. 2010-03-12. Archived from the original on 2010-04-15. Retrieved 2010-03-19.
  3. ^Somerville, Sean (1997-01-05). 'Alonzo G. Decker: He's still a company man Founder's son: Alonzo G. Decker Jr., son of one of the founders of Black & Decker, helped spark the do-it-yourself movement. As he approaches his 89th birthday, he maintains his connection to the family business'. The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved 2014-01-22.
  4. ^'Black & Decker 100-year anniversary site'. blackanddecker100years.com. Archived from the original on 2018-02-06. Retrieved 13 April 2018.
  5. ^[1], 'Electrically-driven tool.', issued 1914-12-04
  6. ^[2], 'Design for a portable power driven tool unit', issued 1940-09-28
  7. ^'Emhart Corporation Records'. archives.lib.uconn.edu.
  8. ^Murray, Shanon D. 'Black & Decker selling division Windmere buying household products unit for $315 million'. baltimoresun.com. Retrieved 2020-09-07.
  9. ^Kelly, Jaques; Frederick N Rasmussen (2002-03-23). 'Alonzo G. Decker Jr., 94; Engineer, Power Tool Innovator'. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2014-01-22.
  10. ^'Stanley And Black & Decker Complete Merger'. The Street. Archived from the original on 2012-03-20.
  11. ^'Black & Decker becomes Black+Decker'. January 14, 2014. Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  12. ^'Sears sells iconic Craftsman brand for $900 million'. Retrieved 2017-01-05.
  13. ^Bhushan, Ratna. 'Black & Decker inks licensing deal with Stovekraft'. The Economic Times. Retrieved 2020-10-25.
  14. ^Mukherjee, Writankar. 'Stovekraft expand into premium small appliances with Black + Decker'. The Economic Times. Retrieved 2020-10-25.
  15. ^'Our Brands'. stanleyblackanddecker.com. 15 March 2017. Retrieved 13 April 2018.
  16. ^'Weiser Lock - Keyless Entry - Door Hardware - Smart Locks'. ca.weiserlock.com.

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Further reading[edit]

  • Black & Decker, 1989 Competition Commission report

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External links[edit]

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