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18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 45CM Pole Hedge Trimmer - Bare Unit (SFMCPH845B)

Features & Benefits

  • With improved battery technology, no memory effect and minimal self-discharge, the V20 lithium ion battery pack is ready to go to work whenever you are and wherever the job takes you – and it will last longer too
  • 45cm blade manufactured from hardened steel for a precise cut and long life
  • Up to 3.4m extended reach to cut hard to reach hedges with your feet still firmly on the ground
  • 180° pivoting head and 5 adjustable cutting positions for versatility, improved productivity, comfort and control
  • 4.1kg lightweight, compact, comfortable and easy to use design for reduced fatigue
  • Integrated hanging hook for safe storage – compatible with the STANLEY® Track Wall System – a versatile, adaptable storage system for the home, garage or workshop
  • Part of the new 18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 Cordless System – power all your V20 tools with a common new & improved 18V lithium ion battery to let you power through gardening with ease
  • Sold as a bare unit
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18V STANLEY® FATMAX® V20 45CM Pole Hedge Trimmer - Bare Unit (SFMCPH845B) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

9 reviews

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8.3
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8.2
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8 out of 10

Howard

Auckland NZ DIY-user
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Easy to use and manage when
In cutting the hedge up a ladder.
Balance It is a little bit heavy at the cutting end
Confirmed purchase: 27 August 2021
Published on: 14 September 2021
9 out of 10

Jim

Upper Hutt NZ DIY-user
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Easy to use, light weight with good reach
swivel joint has some flex when it locks into position, it seems like a potential weak point
Confirmed purchase: 20 February 2021
Published on: 10 March 2021