Black & Decker HH2455 Corded Hedge Trimmer Review

Here’s a review and demonstration of the Black & Decker Model HH2455 corded electric hedge trimmer. This one has a 24 inch double sided blade with lots of power for trimming dense shrubbery. Here are features per the website:
10 1/2-inch polished hardened-steel blades
Rear rotating handle for ideal hand position when making vertical cuts or sculpting
Innovative inline motor design delivers improved balance, control and precise trimming
24-Inch Blade extended reach and even cutting
Shearing Blades cut branches up to 3/4-Inch thick
Dual action blades cuts branches faster and easier with 40% less vibration
I personally love this trimmer. Watch the time lapse video of me whacking bushes in my garden area. Here’s a link to the product on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/jjcxph7
Here’s the link to the cordless battery powered version review: https://youtu.be/H7T92YDFHmc

Comments

Michael Kincaid says:

That thing looks medieval….all except the power cord hanging off of it! Haha!

Myrna Cabrera says:

Great video! thanks

Steven M says:

Thank you, great video, I plan on buying that trimmer this weekend. Excellent video! Your yards looks really nice!

3DOTNEWS says:

Thought you were going to trim the dog for a second there. ;p

Daniel Blecha says:

gosh, just showing my wife this video and noticed you bent the blade. Does that create a problem?

Craig Forney says:

Not a bad video but I would actually like to see how you use it. I’m a new owner and didn’t want to cut my arm off or cut the bushes back too far. Thanks for the try.

Matt's Big Dream says:

Looks like a good tool! I’m using a corded weed eater now, and I tie the cords together to prevent them from coming unplugged when I tug on them.

Allen Oxendine says:

Impressive looking machine Tony. I like using dads trimmer. It’s gas powered but really has enough muscle for what I need in a trimmer. I tend to try to cut things I should probably use a chainsaw for lol. Thanks for sharing…

Daniel Blecha says:

— a little “secret” to never accidentally unplug your trimmer (or any cords) again: simply Tie The Cords together, just like “one would start to tie their shoes” (no need to “do the loops thing” to when one completes the shoe tying though). This keeps them together until you untie them once done with your work. — THANKS FOR THE VIDEO! We are shopping for one today!

Tom Allen says:

Nice review of your new corded trimmer. Y’all have a beautifully landscaped yard.

MrGrunthunter's Adventures says:

With a blade that long you could do your yard with it also LOL

pnojazz says:

The trimmer has “unplugged” because you didn’t put a loop between the electrical plug and trimmer plug. In the opening you display the trimmer plugged straight into the electrical plug with no loop. It’s in the actual manual for the trimmer. I’ve never once had my HH2455 come unplugged…try it. Great yard, and review!

Glenn Mont says:

If you’ll look at the back of the handle just above the cord there is a cord catch built into the handle.

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