This particular trimmer, the Black and Decker LHT2436B would be best suited to those of us who already have other power tools in the B&D stable that also uses the 36 volt battery required to power this hedge trimmer. A saving can be gained by sharing the battery.
In the Lithium battery powered Worx Hedge Trimmer Review you will also find a video to give a better indication of how the trimmer looks. The 40 volt power available from the WORX WG268 Cordless Clipper is fairly powerful as cordless trimmers go.
The WORX WG265 battery operated hedge trimmer finds a light weight cordless machine fitted with 20 inches long blades of the less vibration dual action variety. Reviews are mainly on the positive side and one main dissatisfied customer.
If it’s a lighter type of electric hedge trimmer that your looking for, then you might want to take a look at the Black & Decker TR116 which has been reviewed and liked by the few users so far that have used it. Smaller sized 16 inch blades is another factor in keeping the weight down if you don’t really require a long reach trimmer.
With the Toro hedge trimmer (model 51496) you get a cordless trimmer that uses a 24 Volt battery to power the dual action blades which are 24 inch in length. Suitable for vertical cutting with the rear swivel handle. Good reviews found for this cutter.
If it’s an inexpensive hedge trimmer your looking for, then the GreenWorks 22102 might be one to add to your short list. This Greenworks electric trimmer has a 2.7 amp motor which is not the strongest but will depend on what you will be using it for. Blades are 18 inches long and are dual action.
It all started with a family member asking which hedge trimmer to buy. Due to my experience of using trimmers etc. in my business before retiring I was allotted the task of creating a list of suitable models for them.
My recommended short list of hedge trimmer reviews grew quite considerably so I thought, why not place them all together on this blog where others could also benefit.
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