Bosch AHS 45-16 Electric Hedge Cutter £27.00 Amazon Prime Members
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Bosch AHS 45-16 Electric Hedge Cutter £27.00 Amazon Prime Members

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Found 13th Aug 2017
Got a small bush on front of garden which is a complete pain to prune. Heard on radio certain chain had clearance sale on garden tools thou cheaper brands than this. Notice this little beauty on Argo at £54,99 argos.co.uk/pro…709 then norticed Amazon have identical model £27.00 for Amazon prime members. Sorted then !,
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Seems to be this price on amazon for a while
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hhali3 m ago

Seems to be this price on amazon for a while


Yes just noticed this hotukdeals.com/dea…782


But this is back in stock and still a lot less than Argos, almost £27 cheaper so takes a big chunk of the prime fee for the year.
Got one a few weeks back,made short work of my leylandi hedge,cuts up to 16 mm!
oh look it's this deal again.
Who hasn't got a small bush that's difficult to prune.
These members only deals stink a bit,I am wealthier than thou ,sort off.
Purchased one of these last week for £27 from Amazon prime, excellent hedge trimmer really powerful worked wonders on the wife's bush.
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I have no idea what the OP is trying to say.
Is it just me, or is his hedge not straight? ∆
Thanks OP ordered!
Got mine a few weeks ago and must say this is better than ones I've had before at over twice this price.
mikecml2 h, 10 m ago

Purchased one of these last week for £27 from Amazon prime, excellent …Purchased one of these last week for £27 from Amazon prime, excellent hedge trimmer really powerful worked wonders on the wife's bush.

Gosh no offence but wish I could unlike this. Liked by accident when my fingers froze whilst my eyes popped at your comment. Downside of the app, a bit like DM comments!
Thanks, went for it. Seen it posted so many times in the past but resisted.
Thanks OP - ordered
Think will by this for the wife's birthday !
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Great deal   Thanks OP 👌
Our neighbour has a Caenothus (Wild Lilac) Tree that overhangs into our garden and the flowers every summer along with the leaves each Autumn really get on my t*ts, some of the branches are probbaly 20-30mm thick, does anyone know if I could use one of these to strip the tree back until it's level with the fence and no longer on our side? we have tried with a handsaw but its just an endless task!
SkyeVincent41 m ago

Our neighbour has a Caenothus (Wild Lilac) Tree that overhangs into our …Our neighbour has a Caenothus (Wild Lilac) Tree that overhangs into our garden and the flowers every summer along with the leaves each Autumn really get on my t*ts, some of the branches are probbaly 20-30mm thick, does anyone know if I could use one of these to strip the tree back until it's level with the fence and no longer on our side? we have tried with a handsaw but its just an endless task!


For stems that thick, I'd recommend loppers - usually a single 'crunch' on each stem will be enough to lop them off:
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managed to slice through the cord, which blew the fuse and tripped my consumer unit. Was able to open it up and shorten the cord though. All is well now, not sure if my warranty is void now though or not.
nirvanaman29 m ago

managed to slice through the cord, which blew the fuse and tripped my …managed to slice through the cord, which blew the fuse and tripped my consumer unit. Was able to open it up and shorten the cord though. All is well now, not sure if my warranty is void now though or not.


Ours has been sliced through twice now! Seems fine each time I've bought a back-up just in case it happens again!
I wouldve gone for this but its expired. I assume this would be effective for sculpting over-grown "dwarf" connifers which are now standing at +8ft?!?
SkyeVincent14th Aug

Our neighbour has a Caenothus (Wild Lilac) Tree that overhangs into our …Our neighbour has a Caenothus (Wild Lilac) Tree that overhangs into our garden and the flowers every summer along with the leaves each Autumn really get on my t*ts, some of the branches are probbaly 20-30mm thick, does anyone know if I could use one of these to strip the tree back until it's level with the fence and no longer on our side? we have tried with a handsaw but its just an endless task!


A Caenothus is actually a *californian* lilac, not wild, and it's deciduous, which means you wouldn't get leaves in the autumn. Are you sure you have the right tree?
Edited by: "MLP1" 16th Aug 2017
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