Garden Power Tools

There are a few garden power tools we should all own and know how to use. At Suttons we have reviewed thousands of products and narrowed them down to a selection that we feel will suit any garden task you may face; whether trimming a hedge to splitting logs.

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  1. AL-KO 30E Combi-Care Comfort Quick View

    AL-KO 30E Combi-Care Comfort

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  2. AL-KO 38P Combi-Care Comfort Petrol Quick View

    AL-KO 38P Combi-Care Comfort Petrol

    Delivery within 14 days Combi-Care Comfort Petrol
  3. AL-KO EKS 2400-40 Crossline Chainsaw Quick View

    AL-KO EKS 2400-40 Crossline Chainsaw

    Delivery within 14 days Crossline Chainsaw
  4. AL-KO GW50 Garden Roller Quick View

    AL-KO GW50 Garden Roller

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  5. AL-KO HT440 Cut Hedgetrimmer Quick View

    AL-KO HT440 Cut Hedgetrimmer

    Delivery within 14 days Hedgetrimmer
  6. AL-KO KHS 3700 Log Splitter Quick View

    AL-KO KHS 3700 Log Splitter

    Delivery within 14 days KHS 3700 Log Splitter
  7. Cobra 14" 1800W Electric Chainsaw Quick View

    Cobra 14" 1800W Electric Chainsaw

    Delivery within 21 days 14" 1800w Electric Chainsaw
  8. Cobra 16" 2000W Electric Chainsaw Quick View

    Cobra 16" 2000W Electric Chainsaw

    Delivery within 21 days 16" 2000w Electric Chainsaw
  9. Cobra 4-in-1 Petrol Multi-Tool System Quick View

    Cobra 4-in-1 Petrol Multi-Tool System

    Delivery within 21 days 4-in-1 Petrol Multi-Tool System
  10. Cobra BV2600 Electric Powered Blower Vacuum Quick View

    Cobra BV2600 Electric Powered Blower Vacuum

    Delivery within 21 days Electric Blower Vacuum
  11. Cobra Petrol 26cc Brushcutter with Loop Handle Quick View

    Cobra Petrol 26cc Brushcutter with Loop Handle

    Delivery within 21 days Petrol 26cc Brushcutter with Loop Handle
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Garden Power Tools

Garden Power Tools

Power tools are usually thought of as being fairly modern but actually go back to ancient Egypt where hand powered lathes were used. In the 1880s the electric motor was invented and resulted in the many different types of self-powered tools available today.

A garden power tool can be portable like a chainsaw or stationery like a log splitter but the purpose is the same – to provide some extra muscle power! For example, splitting logs by hand is satisfying, good exercise and certainly warms you up but the job will be finished in a fraction of the time using a powered log splitter.

Noise can be an issue with many power tools and respect and consideration needs to be shown to both neighbours and to the operator's ears. Most importantly the tools must be used with safety as the primary concern. Instruction booklets should be studied before use and all safety precautions followed.

 

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