Latest 24” Hedge Trimmer with Rotating Rear Handle from Black & Decker® Delivers a New Twist on Yard Work
Trimmer’s new design provides comfort and control for users
Richmond Hill, On. (March 15, 2011) – Black & Decker® introduces its new 24” Hedge Trimmer with Rotating Handle (HH2455) providing users with maximum comfort and control when trimming hedges and shrubs. The trimmer’s rear-handle rotates 180 degrees with five optional stops to provide comfort while trimming vertically, and the new body design distributes weight evenly to give the trimmer a light feel for control.
“The combination of the rotating rear-handle and the new in-line design of Black & Decker’s Hedgehog Trimmer satisfies two of our consumers’ biggest desires with trimmers – light feel and control,” said Richard Kroes, group product manager, outdoor products for Black & Decker. “Our model is loaded with innovative features to help homeowners shape up their yard and increase its curb appeal.”
Black & Decker’s 24” HedgeHog Trimmer with Rotating Rear Handle will tackle tough jobs in less time too because of its extended 24-inch dual-action blades and 3/4 inch cut capacity. Its blade design enables a user to cut through overgrowth with 40 percent less vibration than single-action blades.
This tool delivers the power users need without the mess and hassles they don’t. Additional features on the trimmer include a soft grip for comfort, a lock on/off switch and a full bale handle for multiple grip options.
The Black & Decker 24” HedgeHog Trimmer with Rotating Rear Handle will be available
April 1, 2011 for $99.99 at most Black and Decker retailers and comes with an unconditional 30-day money back guarantee and a two-year warranty.
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Since 1910, Black & Decker has been setting the standard for innovation and design of power tools, accessories, outdoor yard care equipment, home cleaning products, automotive and lighting products, hardware and other home improvement products. The inventor of the first portable electric drill with pistol grip and trigger switch, Black & Decker has evolved from a small machine shop in Baltimore, Maryland to a global manufacturing and marketing powerhouse with a broad line of quality products used in and around the home and for commercial applications. When users need to get work done, they trust Black & Decker for the products that will do the job efficiently and reliably. For more information on Black & Decker’s extensive line of products, visit www.blackanddecker.com or follow Black & Decker on Facebook and Twitter.
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