craftsman trimmer line
I am looking to get trimmer line. I just got an Echo SRM-225 and am having trouble edging, but don't have the space for an edger or the money for one and would like to do as much as I can with the SRM-225 as far as edging is concerned. However, the rino-tuff .105" diameter line I have right now is terrible and I'm not sure what the echo came with, but whatever line it came with (crossfire i'm guessing, wasn't much better.) I read on a site which compared the best trimmer lines after searching through forums that echo crossfire had the most picks, I couldn't possibly see why, but anyway craftsman .095" for $9.49, says that it's commercial grade and it has good reviews on the sears site. I definitely don't want to buy online and lowes only seems to have husqvarna and I read somebody said that was a joke so I dont' want to take the risk like I did with rino-tuff. Hopefully they take the return and won't notice I took 30 feet of line from the package.
Has anybody used craftsman brand trimmer line? If so, what do you think of it, especially with an echo srm-225 which IMO is too tall for people like me (5'6") but i've already returned the last two trimmers and i'm not going to get a fixed line trimmer like the gt 225 and I like speed feed so i'm sticking with the srm but I think excellent line would make the difference since the edges haven't been done in at least 15 years and I managed to get the outer curb edged decently enough but the edges around the lawn seem next to impossible so I need line that is extremely durable like steel wire and indestrucible like all the misleading reviews for the rino tuff said.