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Bosch Cordless Hedge Trimmer AHS 50-20 LI Review


Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (from 3919 reviews)

The Bosch Cordless Hedge Trimmer AHS 50-20 LI is designed to make hedge cutting a breeze. With its Syneon Chip technology, it offers effectively controlled energy for every project, while its optimal balance and low weight ensures effortless hedge cutting.

The rear handle features a Softgrip for comfortable use, while the multi-position front handle and transparent hand guard offer added safety and flexibility in use. The special teeth at the front of the blade make it easy to cut through branches up to 25mm in diameter. The anti-blocking system ensures continuous cutting performance, so you can get the job done quickly and efficiently without any interruptions. Whether you're a professional or a DIY enthusiast, the Bosch Cordless Hedge Trimmer AHS 50-20 LI is a great choice for maintaining your hedges.

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What users think:

The Bosch Cordless Hedge Trimmer AHS 50-20 LI has received mixed reviews from users. Many users praised its lightweight design, making it easy to use for extended periods of time without causing strain or fatigue. The cordless feature was also appreciated, providing more flexibility and ease of movement without the hassle of cables. However, some users reported that the trimmer struggled with thicker branches, lacking power when faced with tougher jobs. While it performed well for general hedge trimming, it had limitations when it came to more heavy-duty tasks.

Direct quotes from owners:

Relatively light and nicely balanced hedge cutter, cuts cleanly. Anti-jam feature useful. Battery life quite good but an advantage is that it uses same interchangeable 18volt batteries as my other Bosch cordless tools so battery life relatively unimportant for me


Lovely and light trimmer but only really ideal for lighter trimming of hedges and bushes. Cannot see how this could cut a 20mm branch (so will need my mains powered on for that). It struggles with branches on 10-12mm hence the 4 stars. However for standard, less bushy hedges, works like a dream. Nice long battery life too.


Not nearly as powerful as the ad would suggest. Does for trimming the hedge but any thick branch at all and it just stops.

Price: £124

(at time of writing)

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