This trimmer has more power than the 29cc 4 stroke toro.
July 28, 2011
Easy to use and like the way it looks
I like the way it looks and the way it starts. I have used several kinds of trimmers and the last one was a troy belt and this is a lot better.
July 24, 2011
Looked around quite a bit and picked this unit. It starts very easy, has a bump to feed head, well balanced and when idling, the head isn't spinning.
July 22, 2011
Excellent Trimmer - Quite Power
I recently purcahsed a Husqvarna 128LD to replace my "WeedEater" trimmer that was 12 years old. The Husqvarna is an excellent trimmer, with power to spare, yet runs at a realitivly quite level. It outperformed by old trimmer by a mile. No comparison. We have 9 arces to maintain, woods, a driveway that is 700' long as well as fenses. The Husqvarna handled this with no issues. I trimmed the entire area without having to replace the trimmer line...with the old trimmer the past I would have had to replece the line at least twice. Great trimmer.
July 22, 2011
Product totally satisfactory
The trimmer started just as the owner's manual said. Anyone that has toruble starting or running should follow the starting insturctions exactly. It has plenty of power and runs good. My only negative is when used for edging, it throws debris back on the user.
July 21, 2011
Easy assembly. Easy to use, but would be helpful if the trimmer came with a shoulder strap.
July 21, 2011
i have been through a bunch of different brands and this has been the best so far. i fouled the plug the first time i started it but that was my mistake. feeds string very easily and starts right up hot or cold.
July 20, 2011
Quality as expected from any Husqvarna product
I love this trimmer. Starts with no problems every time. Even after two summers of use. Coming from a farm with 20 plus acres I am use to using commercial products such as Stihl to get the job done. After moving to a smaller home with a little over an acre I decided to give the 128LD a try and all I can say is wow. It starts better than the other commercial Sthil's I have grown accustomed to. Two pulls and its idling on its on. Now feathering the throttle to warm it up and hope it idles on its own. As for power, I have never even open the throttle all the way as there has never been a need. I loved it so much I just purchased a Husqvarna 130BT backpack leaf blower today. It starts and idles with one to two pulls and has the smoothness and low sound levels I've became accustomed to with Husqvarna products. MY next purchase, a chain saw will most definitely be a Husqvarna, Keep up the good work!!!
July 17, 2011