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How Do I Adjust the WORX GT 2 Trimmer? 

How Do I Adjust the WORX GT 2 Trimmer

The Worx GT2 trimmer has three-yard tools in one – a walk-behind edger, a mini mower, and a trimmer. It comes with free spools for life and two high-capacity 32V MaxLithium batteries. There is a quick-release lever for fast telescopic height adjustment and a 90-degree tilting head.

The Worx GT2 trimmer has a 12-inch cutting diameter with a space guard. In this article, you will find everything you need to know about your new trimmer!

This ultimate 3-in-1 tool and the lightweight tool will get your yard looking great without spending additional money on multiple tools. Let’s look into some of its features:

Powerful Trimmer – The trimmer has a 12-inch cutting diameter which is efficient and portable. This means that you can trim more in less time.

Wheeled Edger – The tool is capable of turning into an edger in seconds. It had dual-positioned inline wheels.

Mini Mower – You can easily maintain the landscape and areas that are hard to reach with the help of the convertible mini mower.

If you are thinking of buying it, here is an online review that can help you:

“I really like this weed eater. It is light, has plenty of power, and the battery lasts a really long time. I’ve used it 5 times in about 2 months, and I am still on the initial charge. The battery lasts a long time. The option of using the included wheels to trim along the curb, sidewalk, and driveway is convenient. I do recommend this product; well worth it!”

Can You Use Another Cutting Line with The WORX GT2?

The tool can accept any standard 0.065” cutting line that can be found in your local garden or locality. However, they do not guarantee that the automatic feed function will work properly. They offer a special helix line specially designed to work with the GT2 for an efficient cut. This line helps in maintaining a well-groomed lawn.

Guarantee and Warranty.

They offer a 30-day money-back guarantee from the date of receipt if you want to return the tool. Each tool is covered with a two-year limited warranty that can be extended to three years if you register online within 30 days of purchase. All Worx batteries are covered with a one-year limited consumer warranty (limited).

General Use

First, wait for the battery to charge and remove it from the charger. Then insert it into the tool and adjust the angle. Adjust the handle as per your comfort. The tool also has an easy trigger adjustment to adjust the height of the tool. It is advised to refer to the owner’s manual and the safety guide.

Another amazing feature of the Worx GT2 trimmer is the built-in retractable flower guard at the bottom. You can pull it out, and it will protect your flower beds, yard ornaments, and even your plastic fences.

How to Adjust the Trimmer Head?

You can adjust your trimmer head very easily while you are in the trimming mode or mini mower mode. You can unlock the knob at the bottom, adjust the trimmer head and lock the knob back. You are ready to go to work!

How to Convert the Trimmer into An Edger?

To convert the Worx GT2 trimmer from a powerful trimmer to an edger, unlock the trimmer head and put it into a flat position. Then, relock it. Now pull and give it a little twist. Now you have a powerful edger that can edge down sidewalks, down streets, driveways, and almost anywhere else you may need it.

How to Convert It into A Mini Mower?

Remove the wheel component from the edger position, flip it over and insert them at the back of the guard.

Your mini mower is ready! There are two positions for the mini mower – one for traditional cutting like a regular lawnmower, and the version is to get into hard-to-reach places – by tilting the head to 90-degrees flat on the surface.

This helps in mowing low-lying shrubs, picnic tables, benches, chairs, etc. Remove the wheels, turn them to 45-degrees and reinsert them for this version of the mower.

Paul Sellers
Paul Sellers is a renowned Outdoor Power Tools specialist with over 15 years of landscaping and tool engineering expertise. He has done his BS in Mechanical Engineering, complementing his hands-on experience with a solid academic foundation. His previous role as a product manager for a leading tool manufacturer gives him a unique perspective on tool design and usability. He ran a successful landscaping business and contributed to several industry publications. His articles blend technical expertise with easy-to-understand tips. He is also a passionate environmentalist, dedicating his free time to sustainable gardening practices.

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