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Gtech HT01 Hedge Trimmer

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Manufacturer: Gtech / Fuel Type: Battery

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      07.06.2010 16:04
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      throw away the extention cords even if you don't have muscles

      This wonderful bit of kit is both practical in it's use and price. After years of long extension wires changing to a cordless trimmer makes a big difference. However lots of the wireless models are really heavy, and combined that with what is effectively a vibrating stick, they are not often pleasure to use. We like this one cause the weight is so little. the battery is on a long cord and has a belt clip attached so we normally stick that in a pocket and you get left with a easily maneuverable product.

      It's adjustable head can make it multipurpose, we like cutting the weeds down with it as much as cutting the hedge. It really is easy to customise the telescopic handle and cutting angle to whatever you need.
      It does have a strange double push button safety feature which is it's only failure. You need to push in two little buttons on the opposing sides of the handle at all times to keep it going. Whatever hand does this is basically forced to hold in a stationary position against it's vibration and will ache when you let go.

      Presently this is a Hot offer for just over £60 at amazon, but we found it for £40 at TJ Hughes, so it's worth shopping about.

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