Lightweight trimmer to deal with hedge tops – in safety

Hedge tops always present a problem even to the youngest and healthiest gardeners.

You can stand on chairs and ladders and then start wobbling like a politician when you over-reach to get the last strangling stems.

Far better to use a machine made for the job, a long-reach hedgetrimmer which can do the job while both feet are firmly on the ground.

Long reaching power: Redback E920D Cordless Pole-Hedgetrimmer

This one is new, light and strong and relies on the latest batteries for power, using the latest technology, a 40V motor using power from a 2Ah battery.

It develops the same power as many petrol machines with no smelly exhaust fumes and fewer vibrations

The Redback E920DQ-2Ah Cordless Pole-Hedgetrimmer (Special Offer) is delivered with battery and charger and also has a belt to hold the battery which makes it much easier to operate as the weight of the machine is kept down.

The business end of the device has 52cm blades mounted on a cutter bar which rotates through 90 degrees making it easier to deal with odd-shaped hedges, and as you move across the hedge top you can alter the angle to achieve a flat finish.

The package also has a shoulder harness to make it less tiring and the balance of the machine also makes it easier to use. The machine weighs 3.5kg.

It costs £199, a substantial reduction on the recommended price of £306. There is a FREE next working day delivery and a three-year warranty.

Other long-reach hedgetrimmers can be seen on these pages.

If you need any more information please ring us on 03454 588905, we’ve years of experience in the garden machinery market.

HELPFUL, INFORMATIVE AND EFFICIENT. MY ORDER WAS DELIVERED PROMPTLY, AND I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS FIRM TO ANYONE THINKING OF ACQUIRING A NEW MOWER.”  FREDERICK 13.6.17

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Dick Roberts

Norfolk journalist and countryman, now retired from daily newspaper life but still commentating and writing. Keen gardener, when dodgy back allows, and devout researcher of local ales and French wines. Married with two children who have flown the nest, but return regularly to empty the fridge. Living in listed country cottage which gets more expensive by the year to maintain. Retired but still writing regular columns and pieces for web sites.