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I can lose my fingers twice as fast and quite efficiently with two of these.
The only problem we have here is that it's impossible to get anyone who would appreciate the advantage of dual-wielding to go out and trim the hedges.
danthol wrote:I'm sorry...Two? Really? Explain the logic.
Some people are ambidextrous.
I'm not, but I'd give my right arm to be.
Too bad it is only a two pack, need three in order for the Amigos to trim the hedges of many small towns and villages with El Guapo.
Because the Nights Who Say "Ni" demand a second shrubbery. Once you've returned with the first shrubbery, you'll need the backup trimmer for the quest for the second shrubbery.
My mom has one that she uses to shorten extension cords with.
These guys will get bogged down if you go to quick or try to cut stuff heavier than about 1/2". They are really well balanced though and I've used one on multiple occasions for an hour or so without my hands or wrists going numb.
Come on people. It's obvious. There are two because you're supposed to paint your face red and black, connect these together back to back, and be the Sith Lord of landscaping, Darth Mows.
tsfisch wrote:Bring me a shrubbery...
Ni... Whom... Ping!
ThunderThighs wrote:Oh come on people! There's a holiday... around the corner... where people give gifts...
One to keep, one to gift.
But I actually like the people I give gifts to!
Well the real obvious answer would be that you own a couple of rental properties that are far apart and it's easier to have one at each property instead of just having one and going back and forth. But $32.50 each isn't that great as Sears has a Craftsman on sale once in a while for $25.
This will be perfect for my Edward Trimmer-Hands costume.
Edit: Doh, I see that joke was a little too obvious. What am I, like 4th or 5th to make it?
I have/had one of these. I loved it until the day it died--which was approximately one month after i bought it. The two-pack is guaranteed to give you at least two months.
Somewhere out there is a young film auteur who is itching to not remake a classic Tim Burton film, but to adapt it to the vagaries of this twentyfirst century: Edward Hedgetrimmerhands
Two in the hand is worth one in the bush.
matt1976 wrote:My mom has one that she uses to shorten extension cords with.
That is re-volting.
skou wrote:If you get these, you'll have a hedge trimmer dual. (Package.)
If you and a buddy, (or 2 buddies) fight with these, THEN you will have a DUEL.
That's right. Instead of dueling banjos you can have dueling hedge trimmers.
talanisen wrote:I'm having a really hard time imagining the sort of person who needs two hedge trimmers AND shops on a daily deal site.
Two??? Perhaps to prepare for the impending Zombie Apocalypse?
Yeah, right, when the first one breaks 'cuz you attempted to cut a 1" limb, then you will have a backup to finish the job... NO SALE
I guess it's like chainsaws. When one gets stuck, you use the other to chop it free.
These things work remarkably well & fast. So fast that DH & I both managed to cut the cord while doing hedge trimming! Thankfully, he's handy and dealing with electrical cords. lol
If I ever discover how to keep the power cord from falling out of the back of a hedge trimmer, I'm going to be Youtube famous.
SurplusHP wrote:If I ever discover how to keep the power cord from falling out of the back of a hedge trimmer, I'm going to be Youtube famous.
Should be "if ever I..." as opposed to "If I ever" -- just saying in the grammatical sense of view... No Beef.
Must be my lucky day. In for three!
You harvested those with a hedge trimmer, did you?
Thank you woot for my pre christmas murder kit, I can get my killer hedge trimmers from here, some gloves to keep the fuzz off my trail from sellout, and a nice dyson to clean it all up with from home... aaaaaand if by chance I need to take a baby with me, I'll shoot on over to kids.
I have one of these and it blows.Now I know not to worry about trying for a Bountiful Overflowing Cornucopia because I'll be stuck with another when these dont sell.
I just bought one of these a week ago.
If you need one of these, this one will do the trick.
If you need two of these, well . . . nobody needs two of these (the one I bought replaced one I bought in 1987).
I can be the Edwards Scissorshands of the neighborhood! Hurry and ship them.
This puts a whole new spin on the concept of trimming the tree.
Will this work with my Apple (tree)?
Dual Trimmers!! Now I'll need dual holsters, maybe some spurs.... and a black cowboy hat.
On this particular model there is a hole above the socket and then a hook that you run the cord through before it goes into the socket. Loop the cord through the hook. That way any tension doesn't pull the cord out of the socket. There you go, now you can make the movie and be famous...you're welcome.
BTW, despite some other reviews, I've had a very similar B&D Model Hedge Trimmer for 6 years now and it still runs great and works well...I too am also very adept at splicing extension cords.
oh yes, hubby and I can trimm the hedges together.. oh yes,show me that nice trimm again,again, again
This two-fer makes perfect sense for the holidays! I can use one to trim up the hedge, Christmas tree and shaggy garland. Since that one will be difficult to clean with all the branches, plastic, bits of wire and minibulbs, the other one can remain pristine. The second will be reserved for carving the turkey, very impressive to any guests!
sakupiec wrote:Perfect for "Xtreme Fencing" no wussy little sabers or Épées!
Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.
You see those 4 little shiny bolts running down the flat of the blade? Check them often, keep them tight. Mine are now composting in the neighbor's yard and I haven't been able to find replacements.
I paid about $60 for mine (different color but it seems basically the same), so if I'd done this woot instead, I'd have one to use and one for spare parts.
Now i can dual wield like my character in skyrim... n41 i mean 2
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