RedMax TR2350S

The RedMax trimmer is a powerful performer for homeowners as well as commercial contractors. The TR2350 features a 21.7 cc, 1.0 horsepower engine and its light weight makes the trimmer extra portable for landscaping use. An in-line, vibration-dampening system and light weight reduces operator fatigue over long use. A solid steel drive shaft with 7-point splined engagement ensures durability and quick acceleration.

Cylinder displacement: 
21.7 cc
Power output: 
1 hp
Weight (excl. cutting equipment): 
9.5 lbs
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Engine specification

Cylinder displacement 21.7 cc
Power output 1 hp
Fuel tank volume 16.9 fl oz

Overall dimensions

Weight (excl. cutting equipment) 9.5 lbs

Part Numbers

Part NumberDescription
966319501TR2350S - CARB Compliant
RedMax TR2350S 5 5 8 8
Great trimmer Bought this trimmer for use on a large cemetary and weekly lawn care very happy with it! this is the lightest trimmer I've ever used and for its weight packes a pouch super easy to start 1 to 2 pulls and you off and running! Another great job redmax!!! July 11, 2014
Light Weight, but heavy duty We have a horse farm, out buildings, over one mile of fence lines, drainage ditches,and general around the home trimming. Great machine, as I've gotten older I look for lighter in weight, not quality. My TR2350S does it all. Average use is between 2 and 3 hours per week. Keep up the good work Red-Max. November 23, 2013
Redmax forever I bought this weed eater because it was the lightest one I could find. I've used it commercially for two years. That's 30 to 50 lawns weekly. It has performed flawlessly. It is perfect. Price, power, lightweight. It's everything someone could want in a trimmer. July 14, 2013
The best around I would say this is the best trimmer around for the price. It has a lot of power and is super light. I can trim all day and not be tired. I'm 6'7 and love the long shaft this trimmer has installed on it. It also doesn't have a lot of vibration and starts on 1 or 2 pulls. May 30, 2013
Redmax TR2350S Light but Strong This is the Sugar Ray Leonard of trimmers! I have had mine about 2 years and I use it to clean up drainage ditches around farm fields. Beautifully cast Zenoah conventional 2 stroke engine. Air Filter is easy to access and no tools needed. Nuts and screws are high quality and unit has a solid feel, even though it is very light weight. It starts very easily thanks to the spring in the starter handle and the ignition is very reliable. This model has a fiberglas lining in the open chamber muffler that gives great throttle response without being loud, very quite even at full throttle. No catalyst in the muffler to worry about fire hazard from the catalytic element. The trimmer shaft is anodized aluminum, not just polished, so it looks great and is tougher. Grips are nice and grippy and the unit balances perfectly. Shaft is long so taller operators will like this unit. The carburetor is a rotary type but can be adjusted if needed. A good selection of optional trim heads and brush blades is available, as well as a nice double harness, which I bought as that helps on longer jobs. Thank you Redmax for this great product! November 30, 2012
great lightweight trimmer I have 2 of the TR2350S that we use everday in lawn business. they are over 5 years old. the best light weight trimmer on the market October 12, 2012
TR2350S is a Machine This machine is by far the lightest and most powerful weed eater I have ever used. The ease of starting, the weight of the machine, and the sheer power of the machine is unmatched by big box store brands August 15, 2012
Second Hand I purchased this trimmer second hand, thinking I was getting a commercial grade trimmer. After using it for several months, I was told that in fact I had a homeowners version. I love this trimmer it is very durable and comfortable, easy to use. I currently use this trimmer in a commercial setting, and preforms without a problem. I have no complaints about this trimmer and I will run it until it will run no more, and then I will purchase another one. August 7, 2012
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