I have provided a Black & Decker battery hedge trimmer comparisons chart on the site for anyone who is trying to come to a conclusion as to which cordless Black and Decker hedge trimmer model would suit them best.
Cutting a hedge which is at a manageable height is fine when using a more traditional trimmer, but when you find yourself stretching at a bad angle or even perched on something unstable it’s time to take stock.
Perhaps the longer version of cutter such as a pole trimmer might be better suited to the hedge type you have in your garden or yard.
Whether you need the pole version or not, just be reminded that there is a choice and may be the version that you will need a few years down the road when your hedges and shrubs mature.
In the chart below I have added all three of the traditional type of hedge trimmers available at this time, which are the first 3 on the list. I have reviewed all three of them and if you haven’t already read these reviews here are the links to them:
The Black and Decker LHT2220 22 Inch and with 20 volt battery
The Black & Decker NHT2218 22 Inch with 18 Volt battery
The Black & Decker LHT2436 24 Inch with 40 Volt battery
The last two are for the pole hedge trimmers used to reach higher up and across the top of the hedges and shrubs. All are battery operated so qualify for this comparison.
To see the reviews of these 2 models see the links listed below.
The Black & Decker LPHT120 18 Inch and is powered by an 20 Volt battery
The Black & Decker NPT318 18 Inch and is powered by an 18 Volt battery
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