BLACK+DECKER LHT321FF 20V MAX Lithium POWERCOMMAND Powercut Hedge Trimmer

BLACK+DECKER LHT321FF 20V MAX Lithium POWERCOMMAND Powercut Hedge Trimmer

Product Features

  • A Powerful 20V MAX lithium Ion battery delivers power and extended run-time
  • 22- in. dual-action blade to ensures less vibration while trimming
  • Cuts branches up to 3/4 in. diameter
  • Ergonomic grips and low vibration help you work longer and complete the job
  • Part of the 20V MAX System
  • Product Description

    The BLACK+DECKER LHT321FF 20V MAX Lithium 22-inch POWERCUT Hedge Trimmer is ideal for tough hedges and shrubs. It is an agile cordless trimmer with POWERCUT; this Hedge Trimmer really goes the distance, trimming up to 3,000 sq. ft. in one charge. The ergonomic grips and low vibration help you go the distance in comfort. POWERCUT allows you to cut through a jam with the push of a button. A powerful 20V MAX lithium Ion battery delivers power and run-time for most trimming jobs. It features a 22- in. dual-action blade to ensures less vibration while trimming. This unit quickly cuts branches up to 3/4 in. diameter. Part of the 20V MAX System – 1 System. Endless Tasks. Power for your Style. Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18. This unit is packaged with Frustration Free Packaging. Includes: LHT320 20V MAX Lithium POWERCUT Hedge Trimmer, LBXR20 20V MAX Lithium Battery, LCS1620 Charger.

    Top customer reviews

    This is my fourth tool in the 20V MAX series from Black & Decker. I’m beginning to like it (the series).

    PROS

    Functionally, it works as advertised. I trimmed my 5′ bushes with relative ease, even cutting through some branches as thick as 1/2″ (with a little extra elbow grease on the big ones). It’s not complicated to operate, and the battery lasts a solid hour. The two grips are pretty ergonomic, so you won’t wear yourself out holding it. It feels sturdy and reliable.

    NEUTRAL

    It makes as much noise as a regular hedge trimmer, and weighs about the same. Nothing amazes me about it, but there isn’t anything bad to say about it. The price I paid ($99) was fair.

    CONS

    None, except that now I have no excuse to not trim the bushes!

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