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Bosch 0600847A70 AHS 45-16 Electric Hedge Cutter, 450 mm Blade Length, 16 mm Tooth Opening, Green

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Worx garden products have really impressed this writer and not just because every product I’ve tested of theirs performs the task it was made for, but also because I’m fond of the company’s product designs. Granted, branding and looks shouldn’t play a part in choosing garden gear, but every time I see a WORX product I just want to get my hands on it (witness the company’s LeafJet blower or Landroid M500 robot mower). In the pantheon of garden products, their stuff screams ‘buy me’.

However, whilst 4.6kg is light, it’s still heavier than some other trimmers on the market. For instance, the Bosch AHS 45-16 (which is DIY Garden’s top recommendation when it comes to hedge trimmers), weighs just 2.6kg. As I moved around the garden, the Bosch EasyHedgeCut 45 did start to feel heavy; those couple of extra kilograms probably do make a difference. Nevertheless, it was still well balanced and easy to control. Fret not because we've gathered together a fine tranche of hedge clippers that perform the task of hedge trimmery with exemplary skill. As with T3’s Best Strimmer, Best Cordless Lawn Mower and Best Chainsaw buying guides, we've included the best hedge trimmers at a variety of price points here, making sure there is a top-rated model for every budget. We've also included some buying advice at the bottom of this article that we think will help you find the best hedge trimmer for your needs.

OK, let’s get started…

As with most power tools, the main choice is corded or cordless: a battery-powered devices’ running time is of course limited by their battery, but corded trimmers run the risk of accidentally cutting the power cable and possibly being too far away from a mains source. Which reminds us – always put an RCD on the plug your power tool’s connected to. One thing I will say is that parts of the plastic construction didn’t feel quite as sturdy as I expected. For example, the blade guard especially is made from fairly flimsy plastic, and doesn’t feel particularly durable.

Affordability, power, ergonomics and comfort. These are all the things that make the Bosch AHS 45-16 the perfect hedge cutter for smaller hedges. The AHS 45-16 is one of the best hedge trimmers manufactured by Bosch. They’ve managed to design an extremely lightweight and easy to operate machine without sacrificing any power. This hedge trimmer felt very safe to use overall. It comes with extremely detailed safety instructions in multiple languages, and the ease of assembly means there’s not much that could go wrong during set up.In today’s review, I’ll go through the most important features of the Bosch AHS 45-16 and how they can benefit you and your hedges. Let’s take a look! What I’ll Cover… This hedge cutter is extremely easy to start; simply hold one hand down on the safety trigger, then use the other hand to press on the on/off trigger. Both of these need to be pushed down simultaneously for the trimmer to work. I found the switches to be light and therefore not too taxing to hold. My fingers did get tired eventually, but this was after a good 30 minutes of hedge trimming! The 3.6V Lithium Ion battery runs for 40 minutes between charges (recharging takes about 3.5 hours), there’s a choice of an 8cm grass blade and 12cm shrub blade, and the tool-free blade switching couldn’t be simpler. As you’d expect from any Bosch machine, this model is very easy to use. It feels very well balanced, so even as I started to get a little tired, I didn’t find that I struggled to maintain control. It’s worth mentioning that the RSPB would prefer that we didn’t cut some kinds of hedges between March and August. That’s because some birds nest in hedges, so for example in Scotland gardeners have been asked to keep their clippers in the garage until sparrows have fled their nests. Good call.

The real draw here is the weight: at just 530g you won’t end up with a bad case of Gorilla Arm after using it for protracted pruning. You wouldn’t want to prune a Victorian maze with it, that’s for sure, but for relatively titchy topiary, it’s ideal. How to buy the best hedge trimmer for you If you have a garden with smaller hedges that don’t need too much maintenance, it’s hard to see past the Bosch AHS 45-16. It’s extremely affordable, does the job well, and you won’t feel too tired after using it because of its lightweight and ergonomic design. AHS 45-16 er en af de billigste modeller i Bosch’ sortiment af hækkeklippere. Modellen er eldrevet, hvilket giver den dårlige mobilitet sammenlignet med en akku-hækkeklipper, men mindsker til gengæld også dens pris væsentligt.There are quite a few small handheld hedge trimmers around – Bosch alone makes several different models, and lots of rivals do too – but we think this set offers the best combination of usefulness and flexibility. The first thing I noticed about the design of this hedge trimmer was its lightweight build. At just 4.6 kg, it was very easy to lift out of the box.

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