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The Bionic Trimmer is a battery-operated alternative to a grass trimmer that runs by electricity or gas. It contains a lithium-ion battery that's purported to provide it with the same amount of power as an electric or gas trimmer has, but in a miniature form without any toxic fumes. It'll spin at a rate of 10, 000 revolutions per minute and comes with 12 zip tie attachments to be used to slice away unwanted grass.

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The cost of Bionic Trimmer is $39.90 and the shipping is FREE!

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Load a Zip Tie

    Instead of being filled with a line of thick string that will cut unwanted pieces of grass and weeds out of your lawn, this trimmer will use zip ties to do the cutting. That means you'll need to load one zip tie into the base of your device in order to get started with it. It's best to consult your instruction manual for precise instructions as to how to tie the zip ties on, and for safety's sake, you must always have your device powered off as you do so.

  2. Power Up Device

    Once you've loaded a zip tie into the base of your Bionic Trimmer, it'll be time to hold onto the handle and turn on the device with its power button.

  3. Trim Chosen Areas of Yard

    Finally, you'll be ready to run your trimmer along any area of your yard where you want to trim the grass or get rid of unwanted weeds. This trimmer will glide smoothly around or beside virtually anything in the yard, such as trees and patio stones. However, the side of the base in which the zip tie has been loaded must be touching the ground at all times, and you must not let go of your device's handle.

  4. Turn Off Device

    When you're done using your Bionic Trimmer, make sure you've turned it off in order to conserve battery power. You can leave the zip tie that's attached to it where it is, although you'll eventually have to replace it when it starts to get dull and will no longer slice grass properly. You'll be able to store this trimming tool wherever you store the other power tools that you regularly use.


  • Rechargeable

    The lithium-ion battery inside the Bionic Trimmer will be rechargeable throughout its lifetime, so you'll never have to keep any replacement batteries on hand. To recharge the battery when it's losing power, you will need to plug the tool into electricity.

  • Portable

    Bionic Trimmers are a bit smaller than standard gas or electric trimmers. They'll not only feel less heavy as you move them around your yard, but you'll also be able to transport them almost anywhere. Even if your conventional trimmer didn't fit in your small car, one of these trimmers likely will, and you'll be able to take it with you to the cottage or someone else's home.

  • Ergonomic Handle

    The handle on each of these trimmers has been designed for the comfort of the human hand. Therefore, it's unlikely that you'll ever feel pain while holding it, even if you trim your grass for an hour without stopping.

  • Metal Shield

    Every Bionic Trimmer contains a metal safety shield that will protect other objects in the immediate area from being cut by the trimmer's blades. With the presence of this shield, you'll be able to trim grass and weeds without worrying about damaging your home, any lawn furniture that's nearby or even your own feet.

  • Quick Rotation

    Per minute, the head fo each of these trimmers will rotate up to 10, 000 times. That means the zip tie within each one will be able to destroy millions of unwanted blades of grass in mere minutes, just as a conventional trimmer would.

Positive Points

  • Doesn't Give Off Toxic Fumes

    The toxic fumes that might come from a lawnmower or a gas-powered grass trimmer could cause everyone in your household to have respiratory issues. Fortunately, you won't have this problem if you use the Bionic Trimmer to trim your lawn instead. It'll give off literally no toxic fumes that can pollute the environment and make people sick. If someone else in your household is doing some trimming, that means you won't have to avoid the yard or run the risk of starting to cough or wheeze.

  • Adjustable Handle

    People of different heights often have preferences that differ when it comes to the length of the handle on their power tools, and the Bionic Trimmer can be customized in that regard. If you're a bit taller, you may want to extend your tool's handle to make it a bit longer, while it'll retract in seconds for petite users who prefer a shorter handle. These adjustments will make everyone more comfortable than they would be otherwise while using the tool, which may lead to trimming jobs being completed more quickly and effectively.

  • Extra Zip Ties Included

    As mentioned, after you use this trimming tool multiple times, the zip tie that's currently being used as the blade may become less sharp. There's no hard-and-fast rule as to when this will happen, but if you think one's becoming dull, 11 replacements come with each tool. Remember that when you remove an old zip tie and load a new one, your device should be off and unplugged so that you don't run the risk of cutting your fingers.

Negative Points

  • Lots of Walking Required

    If you opt to use a lawnmower to cut your lawn, you may be able to get a ride-on mower, but you'll have to walk while using a Bionic Trimmer or any grass trimmer. In the event that you have an injury or mobility issue that makes walking difficult, or you're simply too lazy to walk a lot, you might see this as a drawback.

  • Battery Will Eventually Die

    Although lithium-ion batteries are considered rechargeable, they commonly die off after two or three years. It's unclear whether you'll be able to obtain a replacement lithium-ion battery for your Bionic Trimmer at that time, or if you'll need a whole new trimmer. You can help extend your battery's life by keeping it away from heat and never letting it fully discharge, but you still probably won't get more than a few years of use out of it.


  • Only For Grass

    The Bionic Trimmer has been designed to cut only grass and weeds, so it should never be used to cut other materials that are commonly found outdoors, such as wood and stone. If you've got materials like that to cut, you'll need to find an even more powerful tool, as hard materials like this could damage your grass trimmer on impact.

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Do not buy Bionic Trimmer online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Bionic Trimmer online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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Ric - (Etobicoke, ON)
Posted: 20 May 2019

A Kid's Toy

This is feeble, and absolutely not worth buying. It can cut a few blades of grass at a time, but after going about a foot it comes to a halt and the ties need adjusting. (Of course, it is too dangerous for kids.) It is absolutely not a tool for doing any serious gardening with.

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Tina - (Iowa City, IA)
Posted: 11 May 2019

Where my Order

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