Petrol Hedge Trimmer – What do you get for £99?

After a long battle with our old electric hedge trimmer, endless cables and wobbling ladders it was time to turn to a petrol alternative and even on a small budget we seem to have found the answer.

Titan TTL488GDO 2 in 1 Hedgetrimmer and Strimmer

Apologies for the wind noise and below average audio, it was a go pro only video so we did the best we could! 🙂

Comments

Samantha Bell says:

what make two stroke oil do you use ?

Stephen Balogh says:

How could you get it for GBP99.00? They have it, on special, for GBP125.00 at the moment, normally it’s GBP149.00…

Michael Taplin says:

Useful video but, should have proper protective equipment while using this tool. i.e: gloves & helmet with visor.

Hedge Trimmer says:

Thanks for sharing with us.
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Rosenbusch Weber Investments says:

Brilliant….if I can, I like to DIY

Split10 says:

Nice independent review of something I was considering buying.
Thank you for taking the time to make it.

Woodomain - Jeremy Broun says:

Thanks – helpful as I had just bought the four in one version and I never have the patience to read manuals!

ryan simpson says:

What kind of petrol mower do you have. ?

The QUADflyer says:

You should of pulled the choke right off when she was started also when she struggled to start try knocking off the choke.

Simon Richard says:

Why do they say petrol in Britain istead of gasoline like everywhere else?

Ian Alexander says:

fuel lines rot on this model , not a problem to replace

Gearjammer says:

Is it still working?

Francis Barnett says:

I like that you have a go at anything. subbed.

tlfusion says:

Just purchased the 4-1 version, good video reminded me to put chain oil on the hedge cutter blades.

rscosworthfan says:

i wouldnt bother with any protective gear except eye goggles deffo need them

dirkbogarde44 says:

Use  gloves and safety shoes (steel toe cap) next time. Trainers – not a good idea.

David Hughes says:

Have you had any problems with the trimmer? I have seen a lot of bad reviews on screw fix regarding the fuel line rotting.

CaptainKidd2006 says:

On the hedge trimmer where you have to pull out the pin then squeeze the two parts together to adjust the angle I found that to pull out the pin then put a cable tie around the back of it to keep it out made it a lot easier to adjust the angle. Leave the cable tie in place after cutting off the excess then adjusting angle is more a one handed job.

Craig Jones says:

I bought the same trimmer from Screwfix, but sadly it wouldn’t work (engine fine, but driveshaft not driving blades).

When I took it back they told me that had a number returned – now it’s out of stock. I got a refund.

How are you getting on with yours?

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