This type of line is pretty nice considering the ease and quickness of changing line while out edging. If you actually pay attention while you're edging, you can get a lot more usage per length of cord. My only complaint is that I feel you get just a tad less product than what it's worth. Personally, I think you should 20-25 piece rather than 15, but that's not a deal breaker for me.
I hate this system. You pay 10 times more per inch of line than the rolled line and end up throwing away better than half of each replacement line with each replacement since it becomes useless fairly quickly once several inches of it have worn away. It seems like you are only trimming with the optimum full lenght for a few minutes before the line is getting short and you keep using it because you don't want to stop AGAIN and replace the line. Give me old tap and go head any day. Line is always full length and only needs to be rewound every 15 or 20 uses. This system might be fine for light, lawn only trimming but if you have thick weeds, blackberries, trim against rocks or concrete, etc, forget about it.
I prefer these Trimmer Lines above all else since they cut the grass very well. The don’t last long in my yard sine my border is made of broken bricks - a set of these cleans up nicely my 10,000 square foot yard. I use them on my Craftsman 4 cycle gas trimmer.
Enjoy that this line is easy to install and no bumping required. The only thing is it has to be changed often.My craftman weedeatet does not seem to operate fine or run fine unless i have a new one on.
Great heavy line! I love the fact that there's no winding/tapping involved. This definitely wears longer than purely cylindrical (smooth) line. Happy that the Craftsman trimmer I bought uses it.
Works well for trimming grass.