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Worx WG280 20" 40V Cordless Hedge Trimmer

Item# 07157095000P | Model# WG280 | Added on January 12, 2017 |
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Worx WG280 20" 40V Cordless Hedge Trimmer
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Easy Lawn Care Give the hedges much-needed attention with this WORX 20" cordless hedge trimmer. With a sharp, dual-action blade and a powerful lithium-ion battery, this lawn and garden tool is designed to trim any size bush, shrub and hedge to perfection. The cordless design means there won't be a pesky power cord to get in the way while you're working.

  • Powered by a 40V MAX rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • A dual-action, hardened steel blade reduces vibration for smoother cuts
  • A 9/16" cutting diameter trims thick branches and twigs
  • Features a rustproof aluminum blade housing that's easy to clean
  • MAX lithium technology runs longer and weigh less than standard lithium-ion batteries
  • A D-Grip front handle for more control while cutting
  • Over-mold soft grip handle reduces fatigue and improves grip
  • Transparent hand guard increases visibility of your work area
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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Praise
By worx
February 25th, 2019
Taking Care of Business

I bought this for my hedges around my new home. What an awesome trimmer. Ease to use. If you have a lot of hedges, get an extra battery. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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Criticism
By worx
August 20th, 2018
Battery Run Time

It seemed like a great product until I used it for the first time. The battery run time is around 30 minutes which is unacceptable. I got into the middle of a project and the battery pooped out. The charge time is around five hours. To upgrade the battery it costs almost as much as the trimmer itself. I would definitely return this item if I could.

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worx

Hedge Trimmer without electric cords is a dream!

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If you have a lot of hedge work in the yard this product comes in handy - no electric cords to fool with and that is especially important while walking into and around hedges and landscape flowers etc with no cord getting tangled or ruining flowering plants.

This product can handle the routine maintenance jobs with ease and has a good run time on one charge. 2 batteries will allow you to handle almost any suburban job.

Thanks WORX! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

November 23rd via worx
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worx

light weight but tuff!

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We have been borrowing trimmers in the past. I had a chance to get this and have really enjoyed using it. Easy to use. Very little it will not trim to perfection (with my imperfection). [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

May 30th via worx
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worx

No longer being made

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Worx has decided to abandon 40V tools and discontinued this one. Unfortunately, I invested a bunch of money into 40V batteries. This is aggravating enough to make me leave their products.

May 16th via worx
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worx

A Great Hedge Trimmer

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I bought this hedge trimmer about four years ago. It is light weight and trims very well. It made my small hedge by my drive way look like it was professionally dome. I am very glad I bought it!

May 13th via worx
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Great product

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Very happy with my purchase

May 2nd via worx
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