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My Experience with the ENHULK 58V String Trimmer

I tested the all-new ENHULK 58V String Trimmer this weekend. I loved it. From its smooth and lightweight carbon fiber shaft to the raw power and versatility, I can now say that I am an ENHULK fanboy. 

enhulk string trimmer

I tested out the 58V ENHULK leaf blower last year with low expectations. It came in the mail from a brand I had never heard of before. But after I assembled it and cranked it all the way up, my mind was blown. I had historically thought the EGO 56V leaf blower was the most powerful on the market, but the ENHULK is noticeably more powerful.

enhulk 58v blower side profile

The story is the same with the string trimmer. You can grab yours on Amazon here for a great price.

Unpacking the trimmer

The string trimmer came in a slick box. Assembly was a breeze – I simply opened up the box and straightened out the shaft. It assembles easily where you can just straighten it, tighten a bolt, and you’re good to go. The last few pieces of assembly came with the addition of the handle – something that required no tools – and the guard. The guard is straightforward assembly with a quick screw and Allen wrench. 

enhulk weed eater

Popping the battery in is also like any other battery-powered tool. Simply slide it in the back. Mine came fully charged and ready-to-go with a nice charger handy. 

First impressions

After having extensive, almost daily experience with the ENHULK 58V blower, I was excited to get my hands on the string trimmer. Something that struck me almost immediately was how lighweight the trimmer was – even with the battery. I suspect the carbon fiber shaft makes it way lighter than others. My Ryobi string trimmer that I’ve had for about 7 years feels nearly twice as heavy and unbalanced as the ENHULK. 

This trimmer is powerful

Holy cow. I fired this up quickly after getting out of the box and it was dang powerful. It comes with a few different speed levels: eco, high, and turbo. I put it on turbo to do some trimming around a sign in my front yard and it was overkill. I put it on low and did some surgical-precision edging around my yard and found that to be the perfect speed. I didn’t try it on super thick brush yet, but think the turbo mode will be more than enough to crush the kudzu growing on the other side of my backyard. 

The battery lasts quite a while

I’ve used the ENHULK 58V trimmer a few times now around my front and backyards and put it through the ringer. Combined, I’ve spent nearly an hour using the string trimmer. Right now, it still has ¼ battery left on a 2.5 Ah battery.

battery life on enhulk 58v

Both 2.5Ah and 5.0Ah ENHULK batteries can be used across their range, including chainsaws, blowers, and trimmers. After using the string trimmer, you can switch to the leaf blower to clear the trimmed grass, making cleanup easier and saving time.

The beautiful thing about this battery is that it doesn’t just work on the string trimmer. The 5.0 Ah battery that comes with the blower can also work on this trimmer, just like the 2.5 Ah battery can work on the blower. The 5.0 Ah battery is a bit heavier and can throw off the balance, so I use it for backup just in case the trimmer runs out of battery and I need to do more trimming.

The downside

This ENHULK string trimmer is almost perfect. The stock weed eater string that came with it was straight up weak. It is a .095” twisted, thin red line that was hard to see and didn’t last very long. I found myself chewing through it relatively quickly.

enhulk trimmer head

Fortunately, this is a super easy and cost-effective fix. You can simply go buy a new, tough weed eater string like the GrassKicker weed eater string. I did this with mine and it turned it into a next-level beast.

The bottom line

The ENHULK 58V string trimmer is an absolute beast – probably my favorite string trimmer that I’ve ever used. This will be my go-to string trimmer for the foreseeable future. After the quick swap out of the weed eater string, this became the most powerful weed eater on the market. 

You can grab yours today over on Amazon for a great price.

Alex K

Alex K

Alex is not a lawn care natural. He had to learn things the hard way. But after stumbling through his first few seasons of lawn care, he learned a lot. Mostly - what not to do. Alex has become one of the country's advocates of battery-powered lawn tools, quoted in the Washington Post among other highly visible publications. Alex started The Lawn Review with his friend Tyler - who you may see in some of the videos on this website - to help normal people like you understand how to take care of their lawn themselves with the best tools possible. Alex has thousands of hours of experience using hundreds of different lawn tools and has found exactly what to look for in each type of tool. He speaks with deep experience not only about the boring technical specifications, but what the tool actually feels like when you are using it, what to look for before you make a purchase, and how the lawn tool measures up when you factor in price.