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Challenge Cordless Pole Hedge Trimmer - 18V £46.49 @ Argos
Challenge Cordless Pole Hedge Trimmer - 18V £46.49 @ Argos

Challenge Cordless Pole Hedge Trimmer - 18V £46.49 @ Argos

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This deal was on a couple of months back but then ended. I've been looking for an extendable hedge trimmer for a while but they're all too expensive or out of stock - I can't imagine this will be around for too long. Also got very good reviews!

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Looks good but only 35 min use from a charge, still it will suit smaller hedges.
A third off is a good deal, heat added.

Got one of these last time. Disappointed when I went to collect it because it looked like a bit of a toy. However once unpacked & assembled it's not too badly made. Cuts hedges in a fraction of the time it would take with shears.

It won't cut through thick stuff but I easily managed to cut privet & new growth laurel - it also slices through washing lines & satellite cable with ease (oops).

Although battery life figure seems low you don't use tend use continuously so is just about adequate. Battery takes forever to charge though.
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 9th Jul

Grans prezzie sorted

I would say you get almost half that running time unless mine was faulty. I returned it

expecting the usual 'great for the wife's bush' comments!

These are brilliant, I bought last time it was on offer and if you're worried it looks like a cheap toy and will run out in 5 minutes, don't, because it cuts through standard hedges with ease and the battery seems to last for ages.

The only problem I found was that I wanted an extra battery so I could have 2 fully charged but I can't find any on Argos anywhere, does anyone know if you can buy a spare battery from anywhere?

MrSweeney55 m ago

These are brilliant, I bought last time it was on offer and if you're …These are brilliant, I bought last time it was on offer and if you're worried it looks like a cheap toy and will run out in 5 minutes, don't, because it cuts through standard hedges with ease and the battery seems to last for ages.The only problem I found was that I wanted an extra battery so I could have 2 fully charged but I can't find any on Argos anywhere, does anyone know if you can buy a spare battery from anywhere?


Argos support suggest that they are available from the manafacturer. No prices given.

"Thank you for your inquiry, Replacement batteries are not available from Argos, but are available from the manufacturer, for up to date price and availability or for further advice, please contact one one of our advisors on 01904 727500, please ensure the model number of your machine matches the one shown online. Thanks - Garden Service Centre"
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 9th Jul

MrSweeney1 h, 54 m ago

These are brilliant, I bought last time it was on offer and if you're …These are brilliant, I bought last time it was on offer and if you're worried it looks like a cheap toy and will run out in 5 minutes, don't, because it cuts through standard hedges with ease and the battery seems to last for ages.The only problem I found was that I wanted an extra battery so I could have 2 fully charged but I can't find any on Argos anywhere, does anyone know if you can buy a spare battery from anywhere?

Just buy another one. Battery is likely to cost 30/40 and this way you have a spare everything.

Had a very similar one in the past. Extremely useful. Heat added.

captainbeaky9th Jul

Argos support suggest that they are available from the manafacturer. No …Argos support suggest that they are available from the manafacturer. No prices given."Thank you for your inquiry, Replacement batteries are not available from Argos, but are available from the manufacturer, for up to date price and availability or for further advice, please contact one one of our advisors on 01904 727500, please ensure the model number of your machine matches the one shown online. Thanks - Garden Service Centre"


Thanks

colourpie9th Jul

Just buy another one. Battery is likely to cost 30/40 and this way you …Just buy another one. Battery is likely to cost 30/40 and this way you have a spare everything.


You may have a good point there...

out of stock everywhere
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