A size not like other hedges

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A size not like other hedges




View oli 80 » 04/07/13, 21:23

Good evening, here is a hedge trimmer like you've never seen
here is an explanatory video of this innovative tool from the inventor in person http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E18ejBAlPfI

I let you see for yourself
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View chatelot16 » 04/07/13, 21:53

blah: less efficient than the classic hedge trimmer, and consuming a lot more energy because of the high speed propeller

too bad there was no noise in the video
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View Surfeurseb » 04/07/13, 22:03

In the genre, this one is not bad otherwise:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MrG51ebwI8

just lack a little training, the guy : Cheesy:
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View Cuicui » 04/07/13, 22:07

chatelot16 wrote:blah: less efficient than the classic hedge trimmer, and consuming a lot more energy because of the high speed propeller
Certainly, but it saves a grinder.
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View Forhorse » 04/07/13, 22:47

To trim a hedge that doesn't need to be trimmed, it looks good : Cheesy:
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View chatelot16 » 04/07/13, 23:03

exactly! this hedge trimmer barely cuts the small leaves that exceed

with my hand shears I cut what I want the first time

with a classic electric hedge trimmer it goes much faster, and there is no need to iron several times in the same place
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View Cuicui » 05/07/13, 00:38

Forhorse wrote:To trim a hedge that doesn't need to be trimmed, it looks good : Cheesy:
For longer branches, make several passes. No need to pick up or shred. Try to weigh the pros and cons.
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View chatelot16 » 05/07/13, 01:56

when it is necessary to grind the blade mill rotating at high speed is bad: it consumes too much energy, and it has a low throughput: this hedge trimmer will have the same defect

grinders with a slowly rotating cutting gear are better: more throughput for less power

a shredder is necessarily heavier than a hedge trimmer: I prefer a small hedge trimmer as light as possible and a separate shredder

the cutting gear crusher I'm talking about swallows what we put in ... when we put the big end of a branch it sucks everything up to the last leaves, so work well while we pick up the next branches! it's not like the fast blade shredders which ask to push constantly what you want to grind ... and which stall when you push too fast

of course the hedge trimmer cuts its wire if you do anything ... but a hedge trimmer that does not cut a son is a hedge trimmer that does not work

for the really clumsy who are afraid of cutting the wire it is possible to thread it in insulating foam sheath for water pipes, it becomes larger than the hedge-cut teeth and more difficult to cut!
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View Alain G » 05/07/13, 14:11

I know this device very well to have modified one to harvest yew, it is a very good device much more robust than what one would think, wonderful on cedar hedges or others and it consumes little and the video noise is indeed the noise of the device therefore silent!

The classic hedge trimmer is not up to par!


Lots of negative comments without knowing the thing!

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View Forhorse » 05/07/13, 15:06

try to prune laurel with your thing, and we talk again
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