The Revolutionary Redback Range – The Customer’s View

My dear colleague and fellow bon vin et bière imbiber Dick was yesterday extolling the many virtues of the nifty Redback Cordless Hedgetrimmer.

Quite right too. It is easy and comfortable to use, low weight, low vibration and just does the job. In fact, it is highly representative of this exciting range which is changing customers minds about battery powered gardening all over the country.

We developed the Redback range, in collaboration with the manufacturer, to offer a true revolution in affordable cordless gardening to our customers.  The very real option to harness the power of petrol with the freedom that comes from having no cables, offering quiet operation and with a very low weight.

Our newsletter subscribers are aware, as we contacted them recently, that we are currently running amazing September Deals on many machines in the Redback range with some great special offers…

There have been naysayers when it comes to battery technology but they have been silenced by the performance of machines such as these.

But don’t take my word for it. Here are a few of our Redback heroes as endorsed by their happy customers… like this amazing E137CQ-2Ah Cordless Lawnmower lawnmower...

Redback Cordless Lawn mower
Long run time: Redback Cordless Lawnmower

An Excellent, Well-Engineered Machine… It does exactly what it says on the box…it is a joy to use and I certainly don’t miss the trailing cable. I certainly recommend this machine, and MowDirect, just look at the quality of their website.” J. BLANT

“Satisfaction…I am very pleased with performance…I was a bit apprehensive but need not to have been.Well recommended mower…a very Good Price. Thank You.” S.REDDING

Excellent…cannot fault in any way…very impressed…Ten out of ten and would definitely recommend it.” CHRIS M.

So you can power a lawnmower with batterys and make it powerful as well as efficien, low in wieght and quiet. Amazing.

But what about chainsaws. Surely, a battery powered chainsaw couldn’t be any good…could it? Well the Redback Chainsaw might just change your mind…

Redback cordless chainsaw
Cutting edge & Impressive! Redback E216c Cordless Chainsaw

Works a Treat. It went through a 6″ fence post like the proverbial knife through butter. Very pleased.” M. SANDERS

And what about the rest?  What about, in fact the afore mentioned cordless hedgetrimmer. It’s not easy to get a hedgetrimmer right, the balance is very important as is the weight and the cutting power…

“A well balanced, quality engineered product that performs well and is comfortable to use.” G. OXLEY

Redback Cordless Hedgetrimmer
Nifty & Power packed: Redback Cordless Hedgetrimmer

“…it cuts as well as anything I’ve used in its class.”B. DORE.

It’s pretty simple. Redback tools just work and they are growing in popularity day by day. You will love them for their ease, their weight, their power, your neighbours will love them for their low noise and they are so convenine t. Whther you choose a 2 aH a 4 aH or a massive 6 aH , one battery fits all tools. Buy two and you can be cutting branches with your pole-saw while the other battery is charging for your leaf blower and blowing leaves off the path while the first one re-charges for your hedgtrimmer…that’sd assuming you need two, these batteries do last you know and being lithium ion they don’t lose their charge when stored so you never get that “I’ll do the hedge, oh no the batteries have faded’ moment.

Have a look at the whole range now, there are great deals on nearly all of the range and they ALL come with FREE next working day delivery to the UK mainland.

but if you need help and advice, just call 0345 4588 905 and our friendly team of experts will be happy to help you!

Great advice great price great company” P. MANSFIELD

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Drew Hardy

Freelance Writer at Mowdirect
A keen allotmenteer with an interest in all things horticultural, Drew has a varied writing background with experience in a number of fields including garden machinery, lawn care and compost. His first experience with gardening was a cultivating a small plot he was given by his house master at school. He grew a decent crop of radishes and lettuce and sold them to a local shop, exhibiting his first, and last, sign of an entrepreneurial spark. Drew lives in North London with his wife, two children and a slightly bonkers cat
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