For too long has the task of lifting and operating your hedgetrimmer been the least enjoyable part of gardening. A physically tiring and laborious challenge, keeping hedges tidy is a crucial element of a tidy garden, but also one that takes time and can often prove hazardous.
For gardeners trimming the hedges, particularly tall hedges can prove tiring but achievable work. However for the more seasoned green fingered folk it is often seen as a task that comes with a risk.
Flymo has taken this into consideration with its latest cordless hedgetrimmer, the SabreCut XT Cordless 18V. Designed for ease of use, the lightweight cordless machine contains features that make hedge cutting just a little simpler and little safer.
Extended reach - Gardeners often struggle to reach the tops of hedges, resorting to ladders to get to those awkward high areas. Flymo takes away these difficulties with its innovative SabreCut XT Cordless. Featuring a telescopically adjustable lightweight handle, the SabreCut allows gardeners to reach up to 3 metres, whilst still standing safely on the ground.
Cordless freedom - The Flymo SabreCut XT Cordless 18V comes with a powerful 18V high performance battery, which can be easily charged. Batteries in Flymo’s cordless range are interchangeable with different machines of the same voltage. This means you can take the battery from your Flymo cordless hedgetrimmer and use it in your Flymo grass trimmer when needed! Operating without a wire allows you to get to places you’d usually find difficult and eliminates the annoying possibility of cutting through the cord.
Lightweight operation – One of the main benefits of the established Flymo Cordless range is lightweight operation, the Flymo SabreCut XT Cordless 18V is no different, offering a lightweight handle which complements the blade in a way that makes the hedgetrimmer a lightweight machine.
Sound like an ally you’d like to have in your garden? Take a further look at the Flymo SabreCut XT Cordless and happy hedge trimming!
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