When you’re in the market for a Husqvarna weed eater, the first thing you want to do is make a list of the things you need. For example, if you need a lightweight weed eater, this may be on the top of your list of priorities. But if you have a large yard, do an extensive amount of weed eating in general or have some tough weeds, grass or brushes to knock down, then power may be your biggest priority.
Some neighborhoods may have noise restrictions that prevents you from buying the weed eater you want or need. If you know your local noise restrictions, then you can narrow down your options based on the size of the engine. In some cases, you may have to opt for a battery powered or electric weed eater if the neighborhood restrictions are too strict.
Husqvarna is a brand that’s known for having versatile products to suit many different needs. Some people don’t like the hassle of having to mix oil and gas, which is a requirement for 2-cycle engines. If you fall into this category, then Husqvarna makes several different 4-cycle engines so you will only have to fill it with gas. Other considerations you may want to make before purchasing include the price, straight shaft versus curved shaft, string size, attachment options, the ability to do vertical edging and more.