Sovereign 400W Electric Hedge Trimmer £15.33 @ Homebase C&C - HotUKDeals
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Perhaps not the most powerful out their but if your bush needs a trim this should do quite nicely:)
The Sovereign electric hedge trimmer is compact and light weight -
Weight: 2.5kg
Guarantee: 1 year
Length of cord: 6.0m
Length of blade: 45.0cm
Tooth spacing: 16mm
Features: Dual action cutting for a cleaner cut, dual safety switches, lightweight and 6m cable.
Power: 400cc
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2 Likes #1
Great price and brilliant timing - thanks, penny. ;)
1 Like #2
Reserved for tomorrow. Thanks op
1 Like #3
amaze-balls price!
5 Likes #4
Amazing price for a bush trimmer ;)
1 Like #5
For £15.33 there's no excuse for anybody to have an untidy bush.
I got this one a few weeks ago, as a quick ('cheap') replacement for the more expensive big brand one that finally gave up the ghost.

The only 'flaw' is that you do notice the shorter blade length (and shorter cord), if working at any means of height over 6ft or need to have a bit of reach (depth) whilst working, as you just don't have the same flexibility; although I guess that won't be a factor for some, depending on personal circumstances. It is quite a noisy piece of kit too, given the lower power output.

Otherwise, would wholly recommend for the price :)
1 Like #7
Ordered. Thank you
banned 1 Like #8
hot from me :)
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2 Likes #10
argos have the 550w for £19.99. ordered this instead: As i need it for medium bushes

Edited By: Oz454 on Sep 04, 2015 10:38
Could I use this on the wife's clematis?
Could I use this on the wife's clematis?

I think it's a chainsaw you need for that X)
I bought one from this deal last week. Used it today for 20 minutes. It died. I was being very careful with it too. Lopped all the big bits before using this. Let the motor warm up by only using it for brief bursts. If you've bought one use it in case they're all that bad. Cheers for the deal though.

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