What do you think of the Little Wonder hedge trimmer for cutting formal yew hedges?

I think it is great. The blades are really sharp and fast - just what you need for trimming up the young growth, but the tooth spacing lets you tackle older material too. The blades also stay sharper for longer than most other hedge trimmers.

I have only used the electric models. The only downside is the requirement for a generator. There is a 21cc petrol-engined single-sided Little Wonder but as yet I have no experience of that model. Of course, with an engine it will weigh more.

Another trimmer that I would consider is the HS 82 T from Stihl. This is also a professional tool and has a high blade speed for a fine cut. Tanaka trimmers from FGM Claymore also impress me.

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