Hedge Trimmer Deals

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Screwfix -Titan TTB357GHT 60cm hedge Trimmer £29.99
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Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Ordinarily I'd see this at anything from £37-40 I've had one of these before, when it was nearer 40 and it was a bargain then. 2 year warranty, and cuts through my 6ft deep 7ft h… Read more
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Wear_The_Fox_Hat

Sneaky but great idea.....I've never done such a thing.....lol (angel)

personaljesus24

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/download-the-screwfix-app-for-5-off-30-min-spend-applies-2942462 its expired now

SLF1977

I can only compare it to my old one, and the Titan is lighter

Alandover

I've downloaded the app but can't see any £5 discount???

BargainB

Is this heavy?

Worx WG213E corded hedge trimmer 450W, 45cm blade £27.99 @ Amazon
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Amazon have price matched an Argos deal that is no longer available on Argos. Rated voltage: 230-240V ~50Hz Rated power: 450W Rated no load speed: 1700/min Blade length: 45cm Max … Read more
Arstar

Seems they have sold out now, but can place order and wait for new stock to arrive.

Arstar

Now corrected.

daniq

If the max cut diameter is 16cms must be good for tsmall trees.

Pole Hedge Trimmer @ Tesco Direct - Half price,£30
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Great for tall hedges instead of having to balance on ladders,was £60 now £30 Free click and collect
dannyjones106

Keep an eye out for the gardenline li-ion one that Aldi do. Great bit of kit.

ikabod32

Boo . Out of stock now . ;(

mcek

This won't cut wood, it's like clippers, the teeth slide together to trap and slice thin twigs in hedges. Lidl do a battery mini-chainsaw-on-a-pole, but if you only need extended loppers, Fiskars do several on various sized poles (although they're not telescopic so you need to choose carefully)

smartdeals123

Thanks

winty1

none left now

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50% off selected  chainsaws & hedge trimmers - Black & Decker 1800W Chainsaw £40 - Flymo EasiCut 420 18V Cordless Hedge Trimmer £37.50 (more in post) @ Tesco Direct
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
50% off selected chainsaws and hedge trimmers, seems to be Black & Decker, Flymo and Ikra branded items. More on the deal link but some examples below BLACK+DECKER 1800W Co… Read more
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dannyjones106

I have the lithium Ion gardenline pole trimmer from Aldi and it's superb.

1616french

Anyone know if Ryobi batteries are compatible with Black and Decker equipment?

Sammy86

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Doug_

Tesco link says 'This pole hedge trimmer has an 1800-2350mm adjusting length ranger' For comparisson with other pole hedge trimmers Tesco's is 400W for £30. On Aldi's website theirs is 1010W for £59.99. Toolstation sell a 900W Einhell trimmer for £93.96. Screwfix have a 550W MacAllister trimmer for £59.99.

Brightsideoflife

Are the black and decker hedge trimmers any good does anyone know. No reviews for them.

Bosch Hedgecutter AHS 70-34 (70cm cut) £109.99 @ Amazon
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Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Much easier to cut those over-growing hedges with this 70cm hedgecutter. It's quite heavy so will also help develop your arm muscles. ** power lead is a bit short but hopefully yo… Read more
Musicrab

Just Just cut the cable this afternoon. Really annoyed - that's 4 times I'm cut that damn thing. Easy to rewire but a PITA. **Just a reminder that an RCD is essential.**

Scorpion

I've got one of these, decent bit of kit. Mind your fingers and buy an RCD for when you chop through the wire.

sabreliner

Good offer, was this price in December last year but has been as low as £97.99 the year before

Bosch ahs 50-16 hedge cutter £46.75 @ John Lewis - Free c&c
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Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
Been in the market for a hedge trimmer. Spotted Bosch ahs 50-16 hedge trimmer at John Lewis for 46.75. With one more year warranty at John Lewis, it seems like a good deal. Just or… Read more
edd13

you can get an extra year of warranty if you register your tools with Bosch: https://www.bosch-do-it.com/int/mybosch.html

Peddi

Yeah, me too had a dilemma on to go for cordless. But it's an on going maintenance of charging and buying batteries. So went for this model because of good reviews all over.

Arstar

Thanks. Have a dilemma now about cancelling Amazon £54.99 cordless Worx WG259E for this, as no down time recharging battery

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Homebase Spalding, Lincolnshire - Closing Down Sale - 25%-40% off
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LocalLocalFound 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
homebase SPALDING closing down sale - discounts from 25% to 40% depending on department Apparently the store will close end of this month (June)
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johnnyd57uk

Spare a thought for all of Homebases 12000 staff under their new owner Hilco. Went into my local Homebase today..nothing on offer and most prices more expensive than the competition. With takeovers like this all your likely to see is asset stripping and closure. Focus DIY comes to mind. I really feel sorry for those staff.

pistol6000

Just been for a look this morning, not alot for me personally. But 50% off electrical stuff (plugs, sockets,extensions etc) 60% off hardware (door furniture, locks, screws etc) Went in to see if I could add to my Ryobi collection but just 15-25% on power tools, same as online retailers really

alfie73

Thank you

DrRollo

It’s open, but not much left in it as it’s also closing down.

alfie73

Does anyone know if the Whitchurch store is still open please? Its not in their list of stores, but neither is Spalding. Thanks

Flymo Lawn Mower and Hedge Trimmer and Strimmer for £73.90 at Amazon  - only £14 more than mower!
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Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Select the drop down to choose all three items and the price is cheaper than any other combo!
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DawnLee40

Yeh 159 now

jimlad21

Yep £156 now

s4hota

Just tried it and it doesn't work

robmiller667

Back up to full price.

DarrylJohn

I used the mower today, it does the job. Didn't leave too much mess. Actually think it's good! Compacts the grass well.

Makita 18V Cordless Strimmer & Hedge Trimmer Kit DUH523Z + DUR181Z Bare Tool Only £99.99 @ Terrier Tools
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Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Thought this was a good deal. Was originally looking for the cordless strimmer and the cheapest I could currently find was £62.99. Then found this with the hedge trimmer which reta… Read more
RayEdge-d2f52.39302

I have an LXT drill and you can use the battery from it for these tools. No batteries are included in this deal but you can always purchase a spare from around £20 on eBay

Kelly_SmithUcj

Will the battery and charger from my drill be the same?

RayEdge-d2f52.39302

The deal is a belter. I have to admit I’m a little wary of non branded batteries. But the price is good and 5000+ have been sold on eBay! Having 2 batteries will give great flexibility too as I have a large garden

drunk1

Thanks for the reply. Is that the best rate going then? My Dewalt stuff is still solid, will not need replacing for a bit. Will keep checking to see if better deals around but this is tempting.

RayEdge-d2f52.39302

I’ve ordered compatible batteries off eBay. Took a chance with them. 2x4.0Ah £40

Makita UH4861X 48cm / 19" Electric Hedge Trimmer now £38.99 @ Powertoolworld (+ £4.95 Del / Free wys £50)
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Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Thought this seemed a decent price for a Makita Hedge Trimmer - was £53.85 now £38.99 - Free Delivery on orders £50+ or add £4.95 for orders under £50 - next best price I could fin… Read more
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Arstar

Now £42.99 + delivery

bigmac2020

If it's as good as the cordless one then get one. I just did about 80ft of hedges with my cordless Makita DUH523Z and it was excellent. Never jammed once and was like a hot knife through butter.

The_Pope

Note: corded not LXT

450W 350mm Corded Electric Hedge trimmer now £24 / 500W 380mm Hedge Trimmer now £28 @ B&Q
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Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Plenty about for C&C or delivery if ordering a few bits Product InformationThis B&Q 450W Electric Hedge trimmer is ideal for a clean, precise cut on younger or smaller si… Read more
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mango888

im on the fence with this one

sterlingdeal

Looks like a Little Tikes children's pretend play hedge trimmer.

royals

I'd spend a bit extra on a stihl petrol one. Well worth the extra

trevor_cook

We all like a longer length and more power but i thought we was talking about hedge trimmers (embarrassed) not hats ?.

antspam

Ace - time for that Brazilian

DeWalt DCM563P1-GB 18v  Cordless Hedge Trimmer inc Batt £189.94 @ powertoolworld.co.uk
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Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Highly rated cordless strimmer for a lot cheaper than I've seen lately
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sillyoldbear

Technically it makes your next purchase £1.89 cheaper not this one .. sorry ;)

balf118118

Ur right ... My bad although u do get 189 loyalty points worth £1.89 which technically makes it, £1 cheaper :p

sillyoldbear

No... it's exactly the same warranty. 3 years

balf118118

Only 1 yr warranty

DoeADeer

This would be a great upgrade to the sword I carry around London these days. Pub goers would be stoked! Thanks OP!

Cordless 18v Hedge trimmer and extension pole £29.99 instore was £54.99 @ Aldi
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Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Pretty handy tool at this price, spotted in Nottingham but told nationwide instore Link is to corded version, but same specs other than voltage and cord
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Benny5

Out of interest. I got a corded version at their Radford Rd Coventry store today, £39.99. They also had the cordless option £29.99. Having purchased a cordless strimmer last year and finding it under-powered I opted for this one. Just used it, as already stated it's pretty heavy but very effective at trimming back hedges. Seems to have a lot in common with the Einhell GC-HH 9048.

thunderdog

Disappointed it was full price in mine but went for corded in end: more powerful, longer, thicker cut.

dannyjones106

I bought one of these last year. Replaced a qualcast li-ion on from Argos that was poor. This cuts through privet hedges really and the battery has never run out on me (3 privets hedges in an 18m x 8m garden. Great price even at £59.99 with the warranty.

pjuk14

Not in my local Swansea. Still £60 (annoyed)

welshbird04

Stil £59.99 in my aldi as just been there this morning.

Lowest price ever on amazon Bosch AHS 50-20 LI Cordless Hedge Cutter with 18 V Lithium-Ion Battery, 500 mm Blade Length, 20 mm Tooth Opening £83.99 @ Amazon
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Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Previous deal posted without battery - this is now just £13 more. Now my cordless setup is complete! Product Description This cordless hedge cutter removes the ha… Read more
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maffeycourt

Far too much undergrowth.

No8

To trim her bush?

maffeycourt

Just ordered for the Mrs.

scottg

MAC ALLISTER MHTP550P 50CM 550W 220-240V CORDED ELECTRIC POLE HEDGE TRIMMER £49.99 @ Screwfix
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Found 4th MayFound 4th May
A good hedgetrimmer and £45 if you got the £5 off a £25 shop card like I did in the post. It's £75 In most other places :-)
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gavinw26

Iv got one great tool but very top heavy.well built paid same price few weeks ago motor would be more suited to the bottom like many others, but for the price worth it and gain a arm like Rambo while trimming the edge fantastic ! Lol (strong)

Redbu11

I have it. Great tool, well built...no issues with it. I got sick of having to recharge my battery one after 20 minutes...this just keeps going till you're done

maxmix

Anyone got one thats voting hot ? maxmix

Bosch AHS 50-20 LI cordless Hedge Cutter - £70.95 @ Amazon
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Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Bosch AHS 50-20 LI Cordless Hedge Cutter Without Battery and Charger, 500 mm Blade Length, 20 mm Tooth Opening
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lucianbordea

I do have already two batteries and a charger so this came very handy....

fubar888

Agree, even if you already have battery and charger pay the £20 extra for a spare 2.5Ah battery. If you can be bothered flog the extra charger and make some of the £20 back...

kabs

I thought this was with the battery and charger, the only reason for saving the £20 is that you already have the charger and battery which I would find unlikely as the type is not widely used in bosch tools. For the £20 more would be more wiser to go with battery included.

lucianbordea

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01BTVZDG4/ref=cm_sw_r_em_api_i_UHY6AbP1MGJR8

FunkiestMonkey

Post THAT deal then. £20 for a bosch li ion and charger is peanuts.

Ryobi One+ OGS 1821 Cordless Shear and Shrubber on clearance £37.49 instore at Homebase
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LocalLocalFound 28th AprFound 28th Apr
I noticed my local Homebase in New Malden had the Ryobi One+ Grass shear and shrubber on clearance for £37.49. This might be really good if you have a small garden and don't need a… Read more
CheapLife

Ouch (lol)

nougat

You are thinking of Burdizzo's. I have a pair already

gazjon

Just spread your legs, bet it won't take much time at all. (shock)

JoeLennox

Not on offer in Plymouth, still full price.

nougat

It would take a while to cut my acres.

WORX Wg259E 52cm Cordless Hedge Trimmer - 20V £59.99 at Argos
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Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Got mine for £65 based on the posting here a while back, but noticed it had dropped in price at Argos. I believe you can still get a £5 voucher back for spending £50 for the next … Read more
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saintagnes

Thanks for the great review. You have pretty much captured my thoughts on it. I so want to like the mower but it does look a little underpowered and flimsy for my lawn which can be a bit of a beast to tame. Weirdly the only cable i have ever cut through was on a hedge trimmer so think this deal stacks up!

neversay

Battery-wise it's great and being small it is easy to use, although it doesn't have a wide cutting width so there's more 'up and down' in the garden (one 10mx12m lawn and one 8mx8m). My reason for buying it was that not having to mess about with cables meant I could nip out and do the lawn quickly, for which it works well (for me). Oh and it's relatively quiet. The two niggles I have are (i) that the build quality is a bit flimsy - I'm worried about knocking off the wheels, and (ii) that it very easily jams up if you are cutting damp grass - so it's a fine/dry weather mower. That's after coming from a Bosch corded mower which felt very robust and would tackle even wet grass. Put together with the hedge trimmer (that I haven't tried yet) and the strimmer (which worked well yesterday) then I'm overall happy to have the Worx battery gear for the circa-£200 I paid for the lot of them. It's a budget solution though and, just like with electric cars, it's early days for battery technology so you have to pay a premium for the high-quality gear from the good brands. I could see with the Worx that it will last me a few years but expect to be replacing it in the medium term with better kit as the tech improves. N. PS ... and I don't have to worry about mowing, cutting or strimming through an electric cable!

saintagnes

How do you find the mower? I have a number of Worx powershare drills and am thinking of taking the plunge into the garden tools.....

Robbo11

This is only really a hedge trimmer. The maximum width of wood it can cut through is 14mm so anything bigger than that will not fit between the blade teeth anyway. For small trees, I use a long arm tree pruner with telescopic arms that has a lopper for cutting branches up to 30mm and a saw for cutting through thicker branches. Unless you need to cut down trees or cut logs, a chainsaw is overkill for pruning trees and potentially dangerous if not operated safely. They should not be used up ladders or held above your head and there is always the danger of kickback with them too.

Linksmutis

Are they good for trimming only? Can you cut small trees with them as well? Or I should just get a chainsaw and do both with it? Or chainsaw isn't good for trimming as well and I would have to buy both after all? Sorry for silly questions, never had to deal with bushes/trees before.

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