With a seemingly endless amount of choice, you may discover yourself questioning whether to go corded or spend a couple of additional pounds on a cordless machine?
We're here to assist with your decision. Whilst both corded and cordless hedge trimmers have their advantages below, we focus on 3 advantages, Flymo cordless hedge trimmers need to provide.
1. Cordless Flexibility
The most obvious advantage of our cordless variety is of course, the freedom they use. Cordless hedge trimmers like the SabreCut XT Cordless 18V are powered using batteries, offering you with the freedom to roam around your garden without the trailing cable televisions. If you've ever found yourself muttering under your breath whilst preventing the wire of your hedge, or even worse accidentally cutting through the cable television (we have actually all been there) a cordless maker may simply be for you.
2. Exceptionally lightweight and simple to use
Total flexibility of motion is also enhanced by the lightweight quality of all Flymo's cordless products. These machines give you the versatility to move quickly around your garden, making trimming both fast and effective. No wires, no fuss! Operation is quick, implying you'll have plenty of time to delight in doing other things in your garden.
3. Quiet Operation
Our cordless products are also much quieter, implying you are working in a more enjoyable environment whilst preserving your hedges. It also gets rid of the requirement (in most cases) to wear ear protectors when in usage. Products such as the Flymo EasiCut Cordless 420's sound pressure level at the operators ear is a lower 71.3 dB(A) than most of electrical and petrol items.