American inventor Vince Morabit spent more than 15 years perfecting the patented Aero-Flex Line Blades, which absorb large impact force without breaking.
Albuquerque, New Mexico (Vocus/PRWEB) March 14, 2011
In the past few decades, gas-powered string trimmers have become virtually ubiquitous landscape maintenance tools. Millions of homeowners and professional landscapers can’t even imagine living without a handy, labor-saving string trimmer.
But string trimmers are not without their problems and frustrations. Sometimes the line doesn’t feed properly. Sometimes the string just isn’t tough enough to cut heavy weeds. And untangling the line and reloading a new spool of line can become a frustrating, time-consuming chore.
Now there’s a new kit that promises to supercharge gas-powered string trimmers—turning them into lean, clean, cutting machines. The Aero-Flex Universal Kit replaces a standard trimmer’s monofilament line with a unique four-line blade cutting system. The line blades, which are made of high-strength copolymers, can last up to 50 times longer than traditional nylon monofilament line that dries out and becomes brittle (causing breakage). The aerodynamically engineered, teardrop profile cutters are tough and durable enough to slice through grass, heavy weeds and vines that string lines can’t even begin to cut.
Because of the dramatically reduced drag of the four strong Aero-Flex line blades, a trimmer can operate at less than half the engine power and at much lower speeds than required for normal line trimming. The result is a reduction in fuel use, noise, engine emissions and wear and tear on both the trimmer and the operator.
The flexible line blades glance off fences and other obstacles without breaking. The Aero-Flex trimming system also substantially reduces frustrating interruptions and simplifies the reloading process when the cutters need replacing. They snap quickly and easily into the head.
Unlike traditional monofilament string, the bright yellow and bright orange line blades (two alternating blades of each color), are easily visible, providing added control along the cutting path to avoid hitting objects—especially plants!—that you don’t want to harm.
American inventor Vince Morabit spent more than 15 years perfecting the patented Aero-Flex Line Blades, which have a flexible “living hinge” that enables them to absorb large impact force without breaking when a cutter inadvertently strikes pavement or other hard surfaces. Because of the unique feature of line blade tilt, the wing-shaped four-blade system creates an updraft (much like a rotary lawn mower) that pulls grass and weeds upward, facilitating a sharper and more accurate cut while at the same time mulching.
The Aero-Flex Universal Kit-- which includes the cutting head with two sets of four heavy-duty line blades (a total of eight line blades), instructions and all needed hardware-- sells for $29.97 at all Lowe’s stores. For more information about easy installation, including helpful video installation procedures for most string trimmers, visit http://www.aero-flex.com.
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