Keeping your bushes and trees trimmed can be a laborious task, especially if you’re dealing with considerable growth and you need a ladder to reach most of the work. A hedge trimmer can help you do your best work being able to quickly trim hedges and bushes uniformly, making them look tidy. Although, there are limitations for a hedge trimmer. They’re meant mainly for smaller branches and twigs, and if you need to trim larger branches, you’ll need something sturdier.
That’s where a pole saw comes in. A pole saw is basically a mini chainsaw attached to an extendable pole and works excellent for trimming branches from trees that are hard to reach. They also negate the need for a ladder so you can have two feet safely on the ground while doing your work.
We’ve been taking a quick look at outdoor power equipment available from some of the top brands at Acme Tools throughout the week. In today’s video, we’re covering the Makita XHU07Z, Echo CHT-58VBT, and Toro 51840T hedge trimmers; the DEWALT DCPS620M1, and EGO MPS1000 pole saws; and Milwaukee 2825-21ST string trimmer with QUIK-LOK, 49-16-2720 10-inch pole-saw attachment, and 49-16-2718 edger attachment. Our daily schedule can be found below.
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