This is a great product. Right out of the box, this thing shreds like a banshee. My problem is that I work like a banshee. I used this product with My Echo SRM410U, must have gotten into something hard (rock or fence) it ripped several of the teeth off of it. If you're a methodical, precise brush cutter operator, this is a great blade. If you're fighting a harsh war with honeysuckle and privet shrubs and attack them like a gladiator, you may want to try the Renegade blades. They go dull after several days, but they're more forgiving if you hit rock
Where has this blade been all of my life? I’m ordering two more because I don’t ever want to be without one and I’m stocking up before the rest of the world finds out about this jewl. This is one of those products that will never have to be advertised because it truly is the proverbial better mouse trap.
This is the best brushcutter attachment on the market bar none. Its easy to attach, its easy to use and it cuts small trees like a hot knife through butter.
I'm on my second one of these. The first one has been thru a lot of hard use & needs to be retired. I've used other blades for brush and small trees, but this one stand far above any other blade I've used. It cuts thru small to large woody brush lie it wasn't even there. I've used it on trees that would probably be more of a candidate for a chainsaw. Just keep it out of the dirt and rocks as you would any chainsaw & It'll stay sharp for a good long while. The good news is - I have a chainsaw sharpener & can just touch up the cutting surfaces as needed.
Works good could be dangerous in the wrong hands. The included file for sharpening is a plus. As you increase the rpms to make a cut into the tree you need a firm grip as this will take off on you. A brush cutter with a secondary " T " handle is advisable. As one hand will be on the throttle and the other will be on the secondary handle. This works well on
underbrush and small trees. Before you make a large purchase on equipment such a brush hog or similar gives this a try. Would recommend and repurchase.
This blade is amazing, it is a rotary chainsaw. I have installed it on an edger attachment instead of the weedeater attachment so the angle of use is better as I am cutting overhead through a forest and not clearing the ground of small trees. I am clearing a several acre property overgrown with pepper trees and heavy vines.
The blade easily cuts through anything wood, I have used it for hours and it only got dull when I hit hidden trash accidently, I have sharpened it once. It will cut until the gearbox hits the log and the blade can go no deeper, about 3 inches but if you cut from the other side it will cut 6 inch branches easily. Make sure you are SUPER careful, this thing can be REALLY dangerous to you and others, the blade must only contact large branches in a direction that is pulling the trimmer away from you, the other way it will grab violently and shove the trimmer toward you.