Alongside shovels, hoes, spades and your mower, the weed trimmer serves as a staple of their garden shed. The Company — that traces its origins back to 1944 — specializes in the side of the drop, with a collection of trimmers, mowers, chain saws and tractors, which range to the P4500 from the P1500. An overview of the specifications of the trimmer and a look at its consumer reception will be able to help you get a leg up on your potential purchase while your review of the Poulan P1500 relies on your needs, preferences and budget.
The Poulan P1500, which comes with a temperature-limiting muffler is powered by A 25cc gasoline engine. This curved-shaft string trimmer weighs 8.8 lbs, excluding fuel and chain. The P1500 runs on a mixture of synthetic and gas engine oil, mixed at a ratio that is 40-to-1. On its website, Poulan recommends the P1500 for homeowners on a budget — and lawns — where it may be used for trimming, scalping, mowing and sweeping.
Poulan P1500 users tap the trimmer head on the floor to generate more string, a feature Poulan dubs”Harness’N Go.” The head of the trimmer has exits, allowing the tool to cut with 2 strings. This layout makes for a maximum course of 16 inches. The P1500 uses 0.080-inch, or 2mm, trimming line, typically accessible pre-wound spools.
Pricing and Availability
As of January 2014, garden supply facilities and online and home improvement warehouses sell this weed trimmer for an average price of approximately $80 to $90. The Poulan P1500 comprises a couple of limited parts and labor guarantee when you use the trimmer for household functions, when purchased new.
The P2500 of poulan replaces the curved shaft of the P1500 with a shaft, which makes it better suited to homeowners who have harder weeds to handle. This model ups the route but weighs a pound more than the P1500. The Poulan P3500, that clocks in at 10 lbs, keeps these specs, but includes an curved shaft, and it serves as either an edger and a trimmer. Recommended for tasks, the Poulan P4500 comes with an straight shaft and uses large-diameter line. At 12.5 lbs, it is the heaviest of the Poulan P series.
As of January 2014, 25 consumer reviewers on Poulan’s official website rate the Poulan P1500 with an average of 3.2 from five stars. Client critics on Lowe’s website share a similar view of the P1500, score the trimmer at 2.9 from five stars, based on 26 reviews. Across both teams, clients report satisfaction with the fat of the trimmer, ease of use and low vibration, but dissatisfaction with the overall strength of its performance and its ability.