Sovereign SHT 3400 Petrol Hedge Trimmer. £39.99 Instore - HotUKDeals
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Bought one yesterday and satisfied the wife in about half an hour.... (by cutting the hedges)!!!
Good price for a petrol hedge trimmer by a decent manufacturer and it goes through conifer like a hot knife through butter.
Was £89.99, now £39.99 Reduced to clear.
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Good for gardening and murdering people. :p
#2
Chanser
Good for gardening and murdering people. :p


If you want to do the job cleanly get a chain saw, hedge trimmers are more messy.:thumbsup:
#3
Great deal - if you can source one!! Tried 3 stores already - no joy.
#4
Trachycarpus
If you want to do the job cleanly get a chain saw, hedge trimmers are more messy.:thumbsup:


Personally I would only choose a chainsaw for a more drastic cut. Hedge trimmers are designed for the purpose of trimming and shaping hedges and if you have a good one you will get good results. I have seen hedges wrecked by people being heavy handed with a chain saw.
banned#5
Very useful, thankyou
#6
Couldn't find any in Portsmouth/Fareham area. Stock computer showed 10 in Burrfields but they searched the warehouse and found none, system shows Globally Withdrawn. Shame would have been handy.
#7
rang my local shop and they siad it was a regional thing not for my area..........nevermind im sure we will get them next time.............
#8
My friend lost a finger with one of these... voted hot!
#9
There were seven left in the Dartford store when I bought mine.
#10
Hi
I bought one of these last year and I've lost the instructions.

Does anyone know what the petrol/oil mix should be for the fuel.

Good little tool isn't it.

Regards
#11
40 to 1 regards
lorrick

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