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Little Wonder 2420 vs. B&D HH2450 - Hedge Trimmers

Posted by tcstoehr Z8 Portland, OR (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 8, 10 at 15:40

I've been looking for an electric hedge trimmer for the 150-foot long, 8-foot tall, 6-foot wide cedar hedge bordering one side of my property. I need power and at least a 24" bar. I like Stihl in general but I started reading about the Little Wonder hedge trimmers and became interested in those, despite the higher price. Then I stumbled upon the Black and Decker HH2450 (Hedge Hog) that sells for under $70 including shipping. What surprised me was that everybody raved up and down about how wonderful these things were. I even found a serious review site that rated the B&D HH2450 number one followed by the Little Wonder 2420. How can this possibly be? I would prefer to purchase "the last hedge trimmer I'll ever need". But this B&D unit seems incredibly popular at 1/5 of the price. Is the B&D unit really that good? Or will it burn out after a year or two? People say it cuts thru tough hedges like butter. Is it really up to par with Little Wonder?


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RE: Little Wonder 2420 vs. B&D HH2450 - Hedge Trimmers

  • Posted by canguy British Columbia (My Page) on
    Sun, Aug 8, 10 at 18:23

Definitely not. The Hedge Hog is o.k. for light consumer use but the Little Wonder is the tool of choice for the pros and rental yards.Of course the B&D will get more reviews because of the numbers. Most who use them don't know there are better products available and wouldn't pay the price if they did.


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RE: Little Wonder 2420 vs. B&D HH2450 - Hedge Trimmers

  • Posted by baymee LehighValleyPA (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 9, 10 at 5:57

Anything made by Little Wonder is going to be top quality. And probably heavier. So keep that in mind when thinking about extending your arms over a wide hedge.


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RE: Little Wonder 2420 vs. B&D HH2450 - Hedge Trimmers

It took me some time but I gathered up all my strength and ordered a Little Wonder from my local tool rental place. When I buy things like this, I try to buy quality and durability. Something that I won't have to replace ever again.


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