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Awesome storage solution … always reliable and with the tstack module makes life easier!!
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Well made, light weight mower. Just gets around our estimated 500m sq lawns on two 3AH batteries which I have from previous Makita tools. Other great thing is the plastic deck. A steel one was the downfall of our previous mower as it just rotted through.
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How to Buy the Perfect Cordless Hedge Trimmer

A hedge is a natural solution to issues of privacy at home, but it can very quickly grow out of control. A cordless hedge trimmer provides you with a simple yet highly effective way to keep your hedge under control. But there are lots of high-quality options on the market. How do you know you’re buying the right one? Read on for help making your decision.

Should I Buy an Electric or Petrol Hedge Trimmer?

A petrol hedge trimmer is usually the more powerful option. While it’s not expensive, it will cost more than an electric hedge trimmer. You’ll need to maintain a good supply of petrol, however, which isn’t always easy or safe in a domestic environment. It’s also worth remembering that petrol options are noisier and dirtier than their electric counterparts. But if you’re maintaining large grounds with many hedges, the power and endurance of a petrol option could prove invaluable.

For most homeowners, a cordless electric hedge trimmer will deliver more than enough power for the average domestic hedge. Clean, efficient and relatively quiet, they’re easy to use and versatile. And because they’re never tethered to a power source, having to stay close to an electric outlet is never an issue.

Why Choose Hedge Trimmers with Cordless Power?

The best battery hedge trimmers are those that make pruning, trimming and cutting trees and hedges a quick, painless process. For the vast majority of households, a cordless model with an 18v battery will suffice. With a great long reach hedge trimmer at your disposal, made by a leading brand such as DeWalt or Makita, you’re guaranteed the following benefits:

  • A lightweight product that’s easy to handle
  • A clean and quiet way to trim trees and hedges
  • Easy to use
  • Avoid tripping hazards
  • No need to store flammable fuel
  • You’re never reliant on a permanent source of electricity
  • Easy to store, particularly when you have an extendable hedge trimmer

What’s Important When Shopping for a Cordless Hedge Trimmer?

For maximum performance, reliability and safety, look for the following features when you’re comparing different models on the UK Planet Tools website:

  • A hedge trimmer with an 18v battery
  • Laser-cut blades with dual-action cutting
  • An ergonomic, soft-grip handle
  • At least 60 minutes of cutting time on a single charge
  • Durable, shock-proof housing

How to Find the Perfect Hedge Trimmer for Sale

Getting your hands on the best hedge trimmer for your needs is probably easier than you think. Whether you’re in Liverpool or London, you could have your next purchase in your hands as early as tomorrow. That’s because free, next-day delivery is available on all our garden trimmers. You simply can't fail to find a quality product made by a leading manufacturer for a good price.

Search for your cheap hedge trimmer by category, and fine-tune the results by colour or brand. Just make sure you’re getting the features you need for your particular garden. We offer free delivery to any UK mainland address, including to those in major cities such as Manchester, Bristol, Glasgow and Birmingham. So the cost of garden maintenance has never been more affordable.

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