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WORX Removes the Effort from Gardening Work

With a garden that consists of an expanse of concrete and an unruly hedge that divides my property from that of next door, I was perhaps not the ideal choice for checking out WORX and the company’s range of garden tools. But at least I was available to attend the demonstration being carried out on the second floor of a central London office building.

The first tool that I was introduced to was possibly the only one that I could make use of on a regular basis.  This was a hedge trimmer.  In fact WORX has two hedge trimmers on display.  Both are cordless 18V models.  First up was the WG250E version which features a quick release handle, dual action blades and an aluminium rack cover.  With a maximum cutting length of 51cm, this hedge trimmer has an 18V Ni-Cadmium battery pack that takes around an hour to recharge.