Bosch UniversalHedgeCut 50 review
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- Corded electric
The Bosch UniversalHedgeCut 50 hedge trimmer is designed to cut medium sized hedges, with its long 55cm blade but lightweight body that should make it easy to manoeuvre round your garden. We’ve tested this hedge trimmer on confider, deciduous and privet hedges to see how well, and neatly, it can cut. Read our full review to find out if it’s worth buying.
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