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Ozito 550W 455mm Electric Hedge Trimmer $44.50 (RRP $69) + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ Bunnings


Not Cordless

For those on/or seeking the Cordless PXC range — $119 Ozito PXC 18V Cordless Hedge Trimmer Kit | $89 Ozito PXC 18V Hedge Trimmer - Skin Only

  • Dual handed safety switch – For improved safety that prevents accidental starting
  • Laser cut blades – Enhances cutting efficiency and provide a longer lasting cutting edge
  • 13mm Cutting capacity – Suitable for a wide variety of hedges and shrubs
  • Blade brake – Stops the blade instantly for improved operator safety
    Cutting Length Max. – 455mm, Cutting Capacity – Ø13mm, Blade Length – 510mm, No Load Speed – * 1,700/min, Motor – 550W

The Ozito HTE-555 Hedge Trimmer is designed for trimming and shaping shrubs and hedges.

Laser cut blades enhance cutting efficiency and provide a longer lasting cutting edge. while a cutting capacity of 13mm is suitable for a wide variety of hedges and shrubs.

With safety in mind, the hedge trimmer is fitted with a dual handed safety switch that prevents accidental starting and the blade brake stops the blades immediately once either switch has been released providing improved operator safety.

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  • Good

  • +2

    if teh cordless one (Ozito PXC 18V Hedge Trimmer) on special then i would get one

    • Been waiting ages for it but it never happens. The pole trimmer has been a few times to match Also bit not the regular one

    • I got one not on special… what an awful piece of equipment. Chewed my hedges instead of trimming them. I returned it and got a Ryobi.

      • Any ideas on how to sharpen the blades? My Ryobi is getting a bit rough.

        I also have an Ozito 18V version, and that thing is like a samurai sword. Cuts through the hedge like butter.

        Also have a Black and Decker that was $15 at Big W. Short bar, but brilliant at cutting a through thick stuff.

    • Same, waiting for cordless too.

  • good for trimming my bush?

    • Which one?

      • the thick wild one

        • +1

          Upload pictures so we can confirm

          • @MS Paint: too heavy to upload, too dark to see

    • no hedges only

    • All i can visualise is the asian dude jumping out of the boot naked in one of the hanvoer movies with a massive bush!

  • i bought this back in 2021 to use for 109$, I can confirm its good enough for trimming hedges but if you want to hack away at roots its not as powerful and would not recommend it
    even at this price point

  • I have one of them, more powerful than battery operated one. But one needs a long cord

  • Have this one. Can confirm it has pretty sharp blades. And plenty of power. Just wish it was cordless :(

  • not on deal anymore. damn I missed it

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