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2400W Quiet Shredder

GS2400

Powerful, quiet 2400w motor

A 40mm cut and crush mechanism for efficient reduction of large branches

Adjustable shear plate with easy release and reverse facility for quick and easy release of jammed branches


Details

  • Powerful, quiet 2400w motor
  • A 40mm cut and crush mechanism for efficient reduction of large branches
  • Adjustable shear plate with easy release and reverse facility for quick and easy release of jammed branches
  • Overload cut out protects the motor should a branch become jammed
  • No volt release switch isolates the shredder if accidentally connected to the power supply
  • Wheels and an integral handle for easy manouvrability
  • 35L debris bag included for easy collection and removal of debris
  • Garden debris can be shredded into recyclable organic mulch, which can be used around plants to reduce weed growth and improve soil fertility.
Power 2400 W
Motor Type Induction
Blade brake Yes
Wheels Yes
No volt release switch Yes
Overload protection Yes
Integral handle Yes
Debris tray Bag (35L)
Integral tool box Tool-free
Cutting diameter 40 mm
Cutting method Cut & Crush
Tools for assembly Included
Blade material Metal
Reversible blade Yes
Weight 26.5 kg

Black and Decker GS2400 2400w Shredder reviews collected by Reevoo

Ease of use
6.0
Speed
4.0
Ease of storage
7.0
Cleaning/maintainence
4.0
Value for money
5.0
Overall rating
6.5
Scores 6.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
8 out of 10

Graham

Woking GB
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It is as quiet as the market leader, and fairly rapid. Its long cable is helpful. It is also very competitively priced.
Easy enough to move once tilted into the transport position, but the tilting process would be helped if there was a hand grip at he front. The discharge outlet design is questionable: its slightly conical shape leads to rather too frequent bridging of processed material. It is also a little disappointing that the cutting mechanism is less good at pulling branches through the machine, in other words the machine needs near continuous attendance.
Confirmed purchase: 30 May 2013
Published on: 29 June 2013