The Parklander domestic edger is a tough machine making edging easy and affordable. Easy operating controls make light work and the flexibility of this machine passes all the rest in its class.
- Perfect for all small to large homes
- Quality built 87cc 3.5 Hp 4-stroke engine
- Long lasting 9” (230 mm) tri-blade
- Cutting depths from 0 to 2.5”
- Fuel tank capacity: 1.3 L, maximum reliability
|Engine Type||Four Stroke|
|Blade Type||Tri Blade|
|Connection Rod||Forged Steel|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||800 ml|
|Choke / Throttle||Manual|
|Petrol / Oil Ratio||Unleaded|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
2 Years Domestic
Lawn EdgerBy: David Neuzerling on 12 March 2019I like this product very much,very happy with it
Parklander 4 Stroke Lawn EdgerBy: Flynn Henry on 1 February 2019I received the lawn edger around 10 days ago and have now had a chance to put it through its paces. The item arrived well packaged and was easily assembled. The engine started with almost the first pull of the cord, without priming, and ran smoothly. Initially, I was concerned at the amount of play in the blade head as, on the blade zero angle setting, the head was slightly inclined toward the front wheel. This meant that the blade would wear at the tip as it ran along the path or hard edge of the grassed area. On the other hand, as it made a nice 'V' channel, it would reduce the number of times the edger needed to be used as a whipper snipper can quickly trim off straggly grass until the channel fills up with debris again. My theory was confirmed by an Ambler staff member so any concerns I had about the head angle, not being zero, were allayed. The edger worked particularly well along areas with hard edge borders, leaving a neat 'V' channel. The width depending on the easily adjustable depth of cut. As we have a large garden area, and quite a number of beds without hard edge borders, the edger tracked well across the lawn whilst cutting the garden edge. The adjustable tracking on the front and right rear wheels assisting in providing the right degree of stability. Because the handle frame of the edger is around waist height, overhanging plants needed to be trimmed so the edger can track the garden edge. Even circular lawn edges around trees can be cut relatively easily if the edger is pivoted on the front wheel. Even though the rear right wheel can be adjusted for height, it is not enough to cut a lawn edge that is running up to, say a 100mm high, verandah. In our case it only involved 10m of verandah that could be easily managed with the whipper snipper. Although the edger hasn't had much use yet, I'm impressed by what is does, the ease of engine starting, and the value for money. compared to say, the 'Atom', that I was also looking at. The only negative, or annoying, feature I found was the safety lever. This is fixed to the edger frame, and it had to be continually held against the frame to start, and keep the engine running, even with the blade in neutral. I overcame this with a loose Panduit strap around the frame which could be easily slipped over, or off, the safety lever.