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Corded or cordless? Long or short blade length? The product adviser helps you to find what you need in the large selection of Bosch hedgecutters. Find the perfect tool for your hedge.
Branch thickness determines the choice of tooth spacing because the branch has to fit between the teeth. Also, the greater the diameter of the branches, the higher the required power of the hedgecutter. Bosch hedgecutters with larger tooth spacings also have higher power. These more powerful tools are recommended for cutting older hedges as they usually have thicker branches. Hedgecutters with smaller tooth spacings and lower power are sufficient for younger hedges with thinner branches. Our tip: If in doubt, choose the larger tooth spacing – then you will easily be able to cut thicker branches as well.
Ideal for shaping and cutting small and young hedges with thinner branches such as barberry, privet (low), box tree and winterberry.
Enough power for pruning and cutting back fully grown hedges. Also cuts thicker branches and hedges with harder types of wood such as mahonia, honeysuckle, privet and blood barberry.
Ideal for pruning, cutting back and radical cutting. Indispensable for large and old hedges with hard wood such as arbor vitae, cypress, yew, holly, laurel cherry, beech, hornbeam, field maple and copper beech.
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