Best Hedge Trimmer [2019]

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BLACK+DECKER LHT2436 Hedge Trimmer

  • 40v Battery Is Compatible With Other BLACK+DECKER 40v Products
  • Dual-Action, 24-Inch Blade Reaches Far Enough For Most Jobs
  • Can Handle Branches Up To 3/4-Inch Thick

When it comes to value, power, and convenience, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better option that the LHT2436 from BLACK+DECKER. Powered by a Lithium-ION battery, the 24-inch blade will chop through most hedges without buckling. It is extremely light and lasts a LONG time on a single charge.

Do you not want to break the bank, but still need to get the job done quickly, comfortably, and efficiently? Then the WORX WG255.1 PowerShare Hedge Trimmer is right up your alley. It is lightweight at only 6 pounds while the dual-action blades can handle most household projects just fine.

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Makita XHU08T Hedge Trimmer

  • Ultra-Long, 30-Inch Cutting Blade
  • Five-Position, Rotating Handle For Different Blade Angles
  • Variable Speed Trigger + Three Speed Options For Enhanced Control

For those who need a commercial-grade hedge trimmer or don’t mind spending a little more, the XHU08T from Makita is perfect. It has a 30-inch blade that can reach in the farthest of places while still being able to chop through branches up to an inch in diameter.

How We Picked

Are you tired of dealing with unruly hedges that seem to have a never-ending supply of new growth? You spend a whole weekend cutting and trimming the hedges, only to see new growth that needs to be fixed a week later – how frustrating! If you use manual hedge trimmers, this can take forever. If you are tired of dealing with these unruly hedges, it’s time to take control of them for good with a powered hedge trimmer.

Powered hedge trimmers take those long weekends and turn them into a couple of minutes of trimming, plus they take the strain off of your body. And since you are able to focus on the job at hand, you tend to do a better job which ends up looking better too. If you can’t stand a few sprigs, powered hedge trimmers will make maintenance work a breeze.

Today, we are going to show you twelve hedge trimmers that will replace your current hedge trimmer (manual or powered). Each hedge trimmer on our list has been vetted using several ranking factors to help differentiate them from the pack. We look past the marketing jargon used to sell you on features. Instead, we want to help you find the best hedge trimmer for you. And if you have questions, we have a frequently asked questions section that should answer it for you; if not, less us know so we can help you and all of our future visitors too.

With all of that out of the way, are you ready to see the top twelve hedge trimmers on the market right now?

Makita XHU08T Hedge Trimmer

Makita XHU08T Hedge Trimmer

Specs:

  • Product Dimensions: 12.01” x 52.4” x 10.04”
  • Item Weight: 21 Pounds
  • Power Source: Battery

With more than 100 years of experience, Makita has proven itself as a leader in the tool/power tool industry. Which is why we aren’t surprised that the XHU08T made our list. It is one of the most powerful battery-powered hedge trimmers on the market right now.

Makita XHU08T Hedge Trimmer

While the blades are comparable to their competitors, it’s the stroke-per-minute that makes this deadly for hedges. With a 4,400 SPM-rate, this will absolutely destroy anything in front of it. Plus, it can chew through branches up to a full inch in diameter! And if that doesn’t get you salivating, the ultra-long, 30-inch blades will.

Makita XHU08T Hedge Trimmer controls

Equipped with three different speed options and a variable speed trigger, you can make precise cuts with less effort than ever before. And, if you still need more options, the rotating rear handle makes it easy to adjust the blades/angle to one of five different positions in one fast motion.

Makita XHU08T Hedge Trimmer on a garden wall

Since the XHU08T is battery-powered, it is extremely quiet and has little vibration or shake, even when maxed. Makita included an anti-vibration system/technology that decouples the blades from the handle, reducing the overall shake quite a bit when compared to other hedge trimmers on the market (battery or gasoline-powered).