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FSE 60

This electric trimmer is lightweight and exceptionally quiet.

FSE 60
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Restringing the trimmer I've used Stihl products for over 20 years. they have been outstanding in every aspect-- quality, dependability, power and value. This is the first time trying the electric trimmer. There is a lot of power and I know it is a quality product, but I go through line VERY quickly and restringing the trimmer has been very frustrating. I've used three different brands and two different dimensions and have had a hard time. It is by far the most difficult trimmer to restring and I am looking back over 35 years of owning electric and gas lawn trimmers. Until this problem is addressed I would not recommend this trimmer. March 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by you wont regret buying this item I have had gas trimmers for 15 plus years now, tired of having to mix the gas, store the mixture and dealing with starting the darn thing. I will admit, I bought decent homeowner trimmers, one last quite a few years, its replacement ( same exact item) less than two years. Purchased a cheap electric just to see if I liked them, it shot the string out- it was returned. I found this tool online, it was in stock at a local dealer. I purchased it, got the instructions on how to use, on. This is a gem, plenty of power, rpms were never an issue, great balance and feel to it. I was beating the daylight on my first use, I will adjust the handle and guard on next use, which will really make this a super buy. October 31, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by this product is very nice to use my trimmer stopped working after no more then 5 hours of use October 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I love my new trimmer - it is even better than the one before! The last trimmer I had was a Ryobi and it was really a cut above all the Black and Decker's I had had. BUT, this new Stihl is even nicer. It weighs less and I like the way you have the cord wrapped around that cute little end part. I hope that it lasts as long as my Ryobi did. Taresa Elliott October 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by pretty good trimmer but, I will recommend this trimmer, it's powerful, fairly well balanced and certainly dependable. The problem is the string, initially I purchased the smaller line, it broke constantly, while talking to my dealer he advised me to go to a larger line which I did, it breaks less frequently but I must usually load it 3 times to edge and weed eat my yard about 1/3 of an acre. When I purchased the trimmer, my dealer advised any string would do. I'm buying Echo string it's about the best I can get here in town. Is there an issue with the spinning head, I read all of the reviews and it appears this is some issue with the spinning head, I've talked with guys who use gas and they don't go through cutting string like it appears I do. Just letting you know October 3, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by I returned this trimmer after only 1 use The trimmer worked very well for about 15 minutes, cutting and line advancing just fine. Then, the line would not advance properly, so I followed the instructions to manually advance it, and it immediately cut with no line showing. When I tried to return the unit, a technician manually restrung the spool, but the same thing happened when I got home. September 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellant electric trimmer The FSE 60 is an excellant trimmer! It crushed everything I threw at it with ease. It has plenty enough power to get through some big jobs. Bye bye to having to store my trimmer outdoors in a shed along with fuel. Restringing is VERY easy. Cut two 6' lengths of Stihl string, feed each end in and turn the knob to wind it in. It's just that easy! No idea how those other reviewers had a tough time stringing it. It's the easiest trimmer to string. Well well worth the money spent! August 25, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by disappointed in how fast it goes through twine I expected more out of sthil.I thought spending the extra would be worth it.Im very disappointed! August 15, 2013
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