spears and jackson 18v grass trimmer £19.99 woolworth
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spears and jackson 18v grass trimmer £19.99 woolworth

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Found 18th Apr 2008Made hot 19th Apr 2008
grass trimmer was £59.99 now £19.99 delivered

Now £29.99 plus £4.95 p & p = £34.94 delivered.
- Montala

Yet another price change... they have now reduced it to £22.49 plus £4.95 delivery.
- Montala

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Probably worth getting this too, for another £30.00, if you need one, and that way you have TWO batteries.

£50.00 all in. Not bad.

Make a nice pressie.

i'd add that its cordless as its fairly significant!

and on that basis ..... good price

Will these be available in store as well as I could do with them to do some gardening start of the week!

Looks decent, hot........ :thumbsup:

Don't forget quidco!

its Marc;1922559

i'd add that its cordless as its fairly significant!and on that basis … i'd add that its cordless as its fairly significant!and on that basis ..... good price



Yes. All the hedge trimmers I have used in the past have ended up cordless anyway :-D

I had a cordless hedge trimmer a few years ago, not like yours tyler durden:oops:

It was ok for the new shoots but any bigger and the battery would drain in minutes. Took it back for a refund same day

I dont think you could successfully manage a hedgerow with one of these alone.

The thing is cordless is more beneficial to those with larger gardens, but the capabilities arent there in these machines, which is why they are cheap.

Zwrnsa;1924350

I had a cordless hedge trimmer a few years ago, not like yours tyler … I had a cordless hedge trimmer a few years ago, not like yours tyler durden:oops:It was ok for the new shoots but any bigger and the battery would drain in minutes. Took it back for a refund same day



Was that with an 18v battery? Also what make was it?

Cordless - sorry unless a top of the range it is junk - agree with as listed above doesn't last go for mains and get an extension lead at least you'll get the grunt/power then!

Thanks Fab been looking for one of these for ages. But like the others not too sure about a cordless so did a search and there are plenty to choose from ranging from £11 to £70. Heat and rep added.

I can see that a hedge trimmer might struggle a bit, but the grass trimmer does look quite useful.

It is from Spear and Jackson too, which is a fairly well known and established brand.

Heat added!

That strimmer looks very similiar to one I got last year from B&Q only just got round to
trying it and it was not powerful enough to do the job,it went to the tip last week.I had
a bit of success with a Challenge hedge trimmer but I have replaced that with a mains
one,the cordless worked ok but weighed a ton,that battery makes a difference so I dont
think I personally would buy cordless again as regards strimmers or hedge trimmers.

For anyone who wants an even larger picture...

http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/13/97/67/13976757.jpg

For my small lawn and hatred of plugging things in, this is ideal.

As long as the battery lasts 10 minutes or so then I'll be happy.

It is a decent enough brand and that's a good price reduction.

I'd vote it hot if I knew how.

Dellboy;1925920

I'd vote it hot if I knew how.



Just click on the little red triangle to the left of the 'temperature' in the first post!

It's as easy as that! :thumbsup:

Im gonna give it a go. If its **** i will try returning it to a store.

does anyone know how long the battery lasts?:?

Now showing at £29.99 (plus £4.95 p & p)

Out of interest, has anyone else ordered (and received) one of these, and if so, what condition did it arrive in please, and was an instruction leaflet included in the box?

EDIT: Currently reduced to £22.49, plus £4.95 p & P if you order it on-line)

well we went to shop and bought one of these today it looks great actually and has 1 cutting line we have tried the 2 cutting line trimmers and they rubbish they also use well to much line, thats where they make there money from, i need to charge for 7 hours 1st, but when i use it tonight at 7ish i will report back how long it lasts and how good it is, it will be a good test as quite a big garden and foot high grass around the sides

well i got about 20+ minutes out of the charge and yes i timed it, it did not quite complete what i had to do in garden but grass was like a foot high around the edges, so now i have got it down it should be ok if i do it fortnightly, on the whole im happy and it was great not having to keep moving the lead around behind me
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