Black & Decker 3-in-1 SeasonMaster Starter Kit (Hedge Trimmer, Pole Hedge and Strimmer)

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The Black & Decker 3-in-1 SeasonMaster is the world’s first gardening tool of its kind that enables you to transform quickly from handheld to extended mode.

The all in one solution can be used as a hedge trimmer, chainsaw, blower and strimmer, depending on included accessories, enabling you to keep your garden perfect all year round. The lightweight compact design is perfect for households with limited space, allowing you to have multiple tools all in one system.

This kit features a 45cm hedge trimmer attachment with 19mm cutting capacity, ideal for powering through hedges and shrubs with ease. Thanks to the 2.3m extension pole, tackling even the highest of overgrown hedges or bushes from hard to reach areas can now be completed.

The Strimmer attachment features a large 30cm swath, making cutting small to medium sizes lawns a breeze. The innovative AFS™ Automatic Feed Line System provides more cutting line, just when you need it.

  • Cordless
  • Power Type: Battery
  • Worlds first multi-functional cordless garden tool that can be used handheld or with extended reach
  • All in one tool completes a multitude of outdoor tasks for fuss-free garden maintenance
  • Mix, match and attach up to 7 in 1 variations including Strimmer, leaf blower, hedge trimmer and chain saw attachments
  • Space saving design allows you to have use of multiple power tools all in one system
  • Ideal for keeping small to medium gardens in tip top condition all year round
  • Compact and ergonomic design, engineered to make your gardening as comfortable as possible
  • Compatible with the 18V system, the battery is compatible with over 40 tools within 18V range
  • *Includes Hedge Trimmer, Strimmer and 2.3m Extension Pole attachments

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