Are you looking forward to replacing your gas or electric hedge trimmer with a more portable and relatively lightweight cordless model? Consider the Weed Eater H5.
The Weed Eater H5 features 22-inch, dual-action blades, weighs 9.4 pounds, and comes with a 20-volt rechargeable battery. It’s devoid of an extension cord so you won’t have to worry about tripping or accidentally unplugging the cord. And since it’s not gas-powered, say goodbye to gas leaks and say hello to to an emission-free operation.
Nice features, no doubt. But is this tool a good purchase? In this Weed Eater H5 cordless hedge trimmer review, we give you our analysis of the product based on consumer feedback and rating.
Consumer Feedback and Our Analysis of the H5
– Battery and Charging. The general consensus is that the Weed Eater H5‘s battery is long lasting. It also charges fast. As for the charges, its commendable features include the following: a light indicator for charging status and a battery protector that prevents charging when the battery is too hot.
– Weight. Although there are several cordless that are might lighter, at 9.4 pounds, the H5 can be light enough for you.
– Ease of Use. Several consumers describe this cordless hedge trimmer as “easy to handle” and “convenient to use.”
– Performance. For a cordless, the H5 has plenty of power to cut through hedges clean and easy. As one consumer has said, this hedger “does not cut 3/4 inch branches like a gas trimmer,” but he can rely on it for “manicuring the hedges between major trims.” Another one said that this is a “light duty machine” but it is “sharp and works well.”
When it comes to selecting a cordless hedge trimmer, battery life is of utmost importance. It has to be reliable, fast, charging, and holds a charge long enough to finish your job. Fortunately, as consumers have said, the Weed Eater H5 complies with these criteria.
Sure, it may not be as powerful as a gas hedge trimmer, but it can cut through hedges with ease and convenience.