Model No. GT6060

60cm 600W Electric Hedge trimmer

Overview

Features + Benefits

  • Simple cable management system; avoid cable connection being in the way
  • Hard blade sheath for storage and protection
  • Angled blade design for optimum cut performance
  • 2 handed starting switch prevents accidental starting
  • 60cm blade length and 25mm blade gap is suitable for medium hedges
  • Bale handle design for optimum comfort and control
  • Durable, robust and sharp metallic blade
  • Cable retention for secure cable management
  • Designed for even weight distribution between blade and handle
  • Designed to feel comfortable and secure in hand
Black and Decker - 60cm 600W Electric Hedge trimmer - GT6060

Product Specs

Product Type Hedge Trimmer
Power Source Corded
Vibration 2.9
Hedge Size Small
Extended Reach no
Power Rating 600 W
Blade Length 60 cm
Blade gap 25 m
Blade strokes 1960 strokes/min
Soft grip yes
Blades Dual Action
Blade brake <1.0 secs
Blade sheath yes
Safety blades Yes
Asymmetric blades Yes
Cable clip yes
Weight 3 kg
Sound Power 94 dB(A)

600W Hedge trimmer (60cm blade) reviews verified by Reevoo

Ease of use
9.0
Battery life
7.7
Ease of carrying
8.7
Quality after washing
8.8
Value for money
8.8
Overall rating
8.8
Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 115 reviews
9 out of 10

Paul

Nottingham GB
+
Strong hedge cutter ,works very well and cuts fairly thick branches with ease.
No battery its electric cable,beware its easy to cut through cable,when cutting down the hedge .Be careful.
Confirmed purchase: 29 July 2016
Published on: 13 September 2016
10 out of 10

Keith

Milton Keynes GB
+
Does the job it says it will and is from a trusted maker.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 17 July 2016
Published on: 25 August 2016
8 out of 10

Keith

Whitby GB
+
The motor stops almost immediately upon releasing the trigger, an excellent safety feature. A strong motor to easily cut through larger diameter parts of hedge.
Nowhere to wrap the cable when storing.
Confirmed purchase: 02 July 2016
Published on: 04 August 2016