Handy garden groom midi - safety hedge trimmer

garden groom 'midi' £69.99
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Buy Handy garden groom midi - safety hedge trimmer: <ul><strong><li>‘Best Buy’ – Garden Answers Magazine 2006</li><li>FREE collector bag worth £29.99</li><li>Collects trimmings as you cut</li></strong></ul><br>Fun, labour-saving and comfortable to use, this unique tool was chosen as Garden Answers Magazine’s ‘Best Buy’ in summer 2006.<br><br>Though a few years have passed, its unique selling point remains - not only does it trim and shape hedges of all depths and types, it shreds and deposits clippings in the collection unit as you go.<br><br>The volume of waste is reduced by an amazing 10:1, making disposal of the cuttings far easier, especially if it's a thorny or spiky hedge.<br><br>At only 2.7kg, the lightweight trimmer is easy to manoeuvre and lets you trim for longer without fatigue. The fully concealed blade makes it impossible to accidentally cut the mains cable and provides a 23cm cut width and 10mm cut capacity.<br><br>Designed for maintenance rather than cutting back, regular use of the Garden Groom during growing season will keep your hedges looking pristine.<br><br>Fitted with 10 metre cable and plug. Includes free 50-litre collector bag.<br><br>Please note: machinery cannot be left without a signature, so you will need to sign for this item. If you can’t be in, please let us know to leave with a neighbour when you place your order.<br><br>Supplied with a <a href="/toolsandstuff/warranty/" target="_blank">1 year manufacturer's warranty.<br><br>

  • ‘Best Buy’ – Garden Answers Magazine 2006
  • FREE collector bag worth £29.99
  • Collects trimmings as you cut

Fun, labour-saving and comfortable to use, this unique tool was chosen as Garden Answers Magazine’s ‘Best Buy’ in summer 2006.

Though a few years have passed, its unique selling point remains - not only does it trim and shape hedges of all depths and types, it shreds and deposits clippings in the collection unit as you go.

The volume of waste is reduced by an amazing 10:1, making disposal of the cuttings far easier, especially if it's a thorny or spiky hedge.

At only 2.7kg, the lightweight trimmer is easy to manoeuvre and lets you trim for longer without fatigue. The fully concealed blade makes it impossible to accidentally cut the mains cable and provides a 23cm cut width and 10mm cut capacity.

Designed for maintenance rather than cutting back, regular use of the Garden Groom during growing season will keep your hedges looking pristine.

Fitted with 10 metre cable and plug. Includes free 50-litre collector bag.

Please note: machinery cannot be left without a signature, so you will need to sign for this item. If you can’t be in, please let us know to leave with a neighbour when you place your order.

Supplied with a 1 year manufacturer's warranty.

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Unfortunately, this item is mains run and not a cordless unit.

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