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GREENWORKS COMMERCIAL Unveils Its Most Versatile Tool To Date - The New GT 161

Original source: Greenworks Commercial

Screen Shot 2019-06-05 at 4.25.48 PM.png Greenworks Commercial, leaders in battery-powered outdoor equipment for landscaping, turf management, sports facility and municipality maintenance professionals, is introducing its new GT 161 Attachment Capable String Trimmer. Equipped with both power and extreme versatility, the new tool offers universal-attachment capabilities making it an exciting and valuable complement to the company’s renowned family of 82V lithium-ion tools.

The GT 161 is the first trimmer in Greenworks Commercial’s 82V system that is attachment capable, ensuring that landscape pros can perform a variety of jobs with the power and efficiency of one base tool. The string trimmer base can be paired with a hedge trimmer attachment, blower attachment, pole saw attachment or cultivator attachment affording the ability to transform the tool to whatever users need to complete most heavy-duty yard maintenance projects, without the downtime of returning to their trucks for additional gear.

“Time is money for landscape pros, so we are excited to introduce a new tool that provides incredible efficiency of time with its versatility,” said Tony Marchese, Commercial Business Unit Leader for Greenworks North America. “The new GT 161 Attachment Capable String Trimmer offers a portable core power plant that accepts multiple tool attachments. It is a powerful solution to a variety of landscape maintenance jobs, and, it is completely fossil-fuel free providing incredible ease of use and environmental-friendliness.”

Powered by Greenworks revolutionary 82V Lithium-ion batteries, the GT 161 trimmer will cut down on operator costs, eliminate gas emissions and reduce noise pollution. The trimmer is designed using Greenworks’ proprietary brushless motor technology for longevity. With its aggressive 16” cutting path, the high-tech tool can slash through even the heaviest of brush.

Furthermore, the GT 161 is built for convenience. Like the rest of the award-winning Greenworks Commercial 82V system, the tool activates with the push of a button for easy power on, power off functionality. In addition, the bump feed head makes adjusting string length on the job-site, hassle-free.

The new Greenworks Commercial GT 161 Attachment Capable String Trimmer and its assortment of attachments are available now through the Carswell, Carswell OEI, Conniff, Edney, PACE and Steven Willand independent dealer networks. The GT 161 is priced at $249.00 and comes with a 2-year tool warranty.

For more information on the 82-Volt GT 161 Attachment Capable String Trimmer and Greenworks Commercial’s comprehensive selection of best-in-class, battery-powered outdoor equipment, visit

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