Rated 4 out of 5★ by 7reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Hsterniac Cuts well, could be longer What can you say about a lowly grass whip? This one cuts well, and is well made, but I wish it was about 6" longer since I am 6' 3"" and have to bend over somewhat to use it. 01/22/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by PatioCarp Needs a few adjustments before using. When I first use it, I noticed that it was more work than the last grass whip that I owned.The problem was that there is too much paint over the cutting edge.I used a torch to burn off the paint, then cooled it in water and repainted it with a very light coat of primer. Now it works great.You can also just resharpen the grooves with a round file to get the heavy paint off.Any way that you do it, it needs to be done before it works well for you.Other than that, it is a good product for the price. WalMart got it shippe out and to the store fastand without errors. 08/30/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by BarbL Main problem with this purchase was it took so very long to get here. I know it was several weeks at least. Product itself is of good quality and worth the money. 08/10/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by LawnJockey Seymour Grass Whip is a model of low-tech function I bought a Murray lawn mower from WalMart for $169.00 and mowed the lawn ONCE before it refused to start.It is now at the local small engine repair shop: who knows what the repair will cost or when it will be returned? Not me.So I ordered the decidedly low- tech Seymour Grass Whip which for 12 bucks is working well enough and training my swing for mini golf.Go figure. 06/29/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by olliepug A good weed wacker Though inexpensive, it does the job. Great for a small area that needs clearing. 07/10/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by TOFAR What's Old Is New Again.... Works Great after it is sharpened, My father had one in the 60's and it worked just fine.... 08/20/2014