Lidl Florabest 2-in-1 Electric Long Reach Hedge Trimmer/Pruner £69.99 (from 14th March) - HotUKDeals
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Lidl Florabest 2-in-1 Electric Long Reach Hedge Trimmer/Pruner £69.99 (from 14th March)

£69.99 @ LIDL
Lidl are selling this Starting Monday 14th March, looks like a good deal to me. Not sure if there are any money off coupons around to get it slightly cheaper. Sopecification Flexible combination s… Read More
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1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago
Lidl are selling this Starting Monday 14th March, looks like a good deal to me. Not sure if there are any money off coupons around to get it slightly cheaper.

Sopecification
Flexible combination system with drive unit, hedge trimmer and pruner attachments
Space-saving separable aluminium drive shaft with adjustable handles and various cutting and pruning angles
With safety latching, two-stage safety switch and easy attachment exchange with locking device
Includes length-adjustable shoulder strap with snap hook and additional quick release, 100ml chain oil, bar protector and blade protector
900W
3 year manufacturer's warranty

SPECIFICATIONS
Working height max. (m): 3.5
Weight incl. accessories approx (kg): 7

Instruction Manual
http://www.lidl-service.com/cps/rde/xchg/SID-25FCE87B-E50659C3/lsp/hs.xsl/product.html?id=156943681&title=2-in-1+Long-Reach+Hedge+Trimmer%2FPruner+%2F+FHEHS+900+A1&count=1
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Yeah, shove a chainsaw on the end of a pole. Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.
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AndyRoyd
Yeah, shove a chainsaw on the end of a pole. Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.
safer at the end of a pole than inches away from yourself like a real chainsaw...the main problem with this is that it is a corded mains powered tool so very limited in its use

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