Best Electric Hedge Trimmer 2019 – 8 Insanely Good Trimmers

Best Electric Hedge Trimmer

Have you ever tried to maintain a mammoth hedge with just a pair of hand shears? It is a thankless task right?

You bet it is!

Lucky for you we have rounded up our selection of the best electric hedge trimmers to make it so much easier for you.

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Best Electric Hedge Trimmer


Below is a quick view of my favorite electric hedge trimmers. To find out more about them click on the link to take you to the full review.

NameBlade (in)Best ForRating
#1 – Black & Decker HT22 (Read Review)22♦ Best Buy ♦94%
#2 – Black & Decker BEHT100 (Read Review)16Value93%
#3 – WORX WG209 (Read Review)24Balance92%
#4 – Black & Decker HT2455 (Read Review)24Handle91%
#5 – Sun Joe SJH904E (Read Review)19Telescopic90%
#6 – Greenworks 2200102 (Read Review)22Warranty89%
#7 – Garcare Trimmer (Read Review)24Power88%
#8 – Earthwise CVPH41018 (Read Review)18Budget88%

Do You Need A Hedge Trimmer?


So let’s start at the beginning…

Do you really need a hedge trimmer?

There is no doubt that manually clipping a hedge using garden shears does add that wow factor that a hedge trimmer can’t. However as long as you aren’t too fussy a good hedge trimmer can leave you with a lovely, manicured looking hedge.

It sounds simple and it is.

Hand shears are best for small jobs. This could be maintaining a small hedge, cutting back perennials, delicate shaping and pruning or simple deadheading plants.

The fact is:

If you find you are spending a couple of hours tending to your hedge, and you want to spend that time more wisely then you will want a powered hedge trimmer.


What To Consider When Buying A Hedge Trimmer


Well first of all you need to think about the power source you want. This buyer’s guide focuses on the best electric hedge trimmers, so that is what we will be looking at, but for the sake of being thorough let’s compare the pros and cons of different power sources:


Electric


Pros

  • Cheaper
  • Lightweight
  • Great for small to medium lawns

Cons

  • Need to be near a power outlet
  • Restricted reach
  • Can’t deal with much thicker limbs

Battery


Pros

  • Portable
  • Easy to start
  • Great for getting to awkward areas

Cons

  • Limited to battery charge
  • More expensive
  • Battery can add weight

Gas


Pros

  • Not cord constraints
  • More power so better for bigger trimming jobs
  • Cuts faster

Cons

  • Exhaust fumes
  • More expensive
  • Usually heavier

Blade Length

This is the most important part as it is what will trim your hedge but the fact is there is no perfect blade length.

Most blades are in the 18” to 24” range. Longer blades will get the job done quicker but you have less control over them and they are more awkward in tight spaces. Shorter blades will take longer but you can control the cut more easily.

For most standard homes, with normal size hedges, an 18” or 20” blade should suffice. However if you have larger hedges you might want a 22” or 24” blade.

Blade Types

Blades are usually either single or double sided. Single sided blades are ideal for gardening novices – you can keep the bladeless side away from you and there is less chance of you making a mess of your hedge as you only have one cutting edge.

Double sided blades are quicker and for more experienced gardeners since you may often have both sides of the blade in contact with your hedge at once.

One more thing…

Think about the spacing of the teeth. Essentially a hedge trimmer will cut anything that fits between its teeth, a gap of ¾ of an inch should be perfectly adequate for most of us.

Weight

Weight and ease of use go hand in hand. Remember you might be holding your hedge trimmer aloft for a while, so consider how strong you are and how heavy the trimmer is.

You might be surprised at how easily you can fatigue with something that doesn’t seem heavy initially!

What Type Of Hedge Do You Have?

This ties in with the section on blade length mentioned above. For smaller sparser hedges a shorter blade will be fine. For thicker larger hedges you will need a longer blade.

If you have a really tall hedge you might want to consider a hedge trimmer with a telescopic shaft – you will be able extend the pole and get to areas a normal hedge trimmer can’t! I’ve selected a couple of the best pole hedge trimmers in the list below.


FAQs


How do you sharpen hedge trimmer blades?

Remove the bolts holding the blades together so you can separate them, then clamp them. Run a metal file down each cutting edge in one direction only until the cutting edge looks shiny. Test for sharpness on a sheet of paper.

This article goes into more depth on sharpening hedge trimmer blades.

How do you clean hedge trimmer blades?

First of all make sure your trimmer is unplugged. Then use a stiff-bristled brush and remove loose dirt before wiping with a damp sponge. Then wipe the blades with a rag that has been dipped in turpentine and dry thoroughly.

Also if you spray the blades with WD-40 or a similar lubricant before each use it should stop dirt building up

You can find more information on cleaning hedge trimmer blades here.

How long do hedge trimmer blades last?

How long is a piece of string? If you look after them and sharpen them regularly they should last for years and years and years…

How do you lubricate a trimmer blade?

Unplug the trimmer and lay the blade on a flat surface and use light machine oil. Apply the oil along the edge and top of the blade. Plug the trimmer back in and run it for a few seconds.

When should you trim a hedge?

This will depend on many things – from the type of plant that makes up the hedge to how recently it has been planted. T

This is a good guy on how to trim a hedge.

How do you trim a hedge?

Again there are many things to consider, but the below video might give you some pointers:


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The Best Electric Hedge Trimmers

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#1 Black & Decker HT22


BEST FOR…
Those looking for an amazing power to weight ratio.

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 22 inches
  • Power – 4.0 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 34.3 x 7.5 x 7.75
  • Weight – 5.5 lbs
  • Two Year Warranty
  • PRICE GUIDE: $$

Black and Decker HT22 Electric Hedge Trimmer

There is absolutely no doubt that when it comes to weight to power ratio the Black & Decker HT22 is pretty hard to beat.

Let’s get started:

This is powered by a 4 amp motor and has a 22 inch blade with a maximum cutting capacity of ¾ inch.

It weighs 5.5lbs, measures 34.3 x 7.5 x 7.75 inches and comes with a two year warranty.

One thing is for sure:

The power/weight/length ratio is absolutely outstanding.

It is light enough to hold with one hand so you can get to those awkward spots that need trimming but are a bit further away but powerful enough to slice through branches up to 0.75 inches and at a push maybe even 1 inch – providing you take it slowly.

It has the power, but is still manageable whilst not being overly bulky – making it a real delight to use.

Other than that:

  • The power is because it has a fantastic 4 amp motor – this gives it top notch cutting performance meaning you rarely have to go over the same spot twice.
  • It has long 22 inch blades – they are strong, stay sharp and make it easy if you have to reach over the top of large plants or shrubs to trim and are double sided.
  • This is ultra comfortable and well balanced. It has a front carry handle that makes it easy to hold and there is minimal vibration considering the power.
  • The cord retainer works really well – it keeps the cord in securely and keeps the extension cord out of the way.
  • Considering the power, the design and the time this will save you – the price is great.

But:

The cord retainer is great, as mentioned, but the retainer slot is recessed and that means if you have a bulky extension cord it might not fit in – check before you buy an extension cord!

It is a shame you cannot lock the power button into the on position – you do have to keep the power button pressed in while you work. This will fatigue you over long user.

In a nutshell:

I think this might just be the best electric hedge trimmer around! It is powerful, has a great and long blade, is well balanced, light and will undoubtedly save you a lot of time trimming in your yard.

Go out and buy one – you won’t regret it!


MY RATING: 94%


Pros

  • Lots of power…
  • But still very lightweight
  • Long blade
  • Really comfortable
  • Great price

Cons

  • Cord retainer is recessed
  • Need to keep power button manually pressed in

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#2 Black & Decker BEHT100


BEST FOR…
Those for looking for great value for money.

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 16 inches
  • Power – 3.0 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 4.5 x 30 x 6.3
  • Weight – 3.8 lbs
  • Two Year Warranty
  • PRICE GUIDE: $

Black and Decker BEHT100 Electric Hedge Trimmer

The Black & Decker BEHT100 should be your good to choice if you are looking for a good electric hedge trimmer and you are on a budget.

Let’s dig a little deeper:

This has a 3 amp motor and a 16 inch cutting blade. The maximum cutting capacity is 5/8ths of an inch.

It weighs 3.8lbs, measures 4.5 x 30 x 6.3 inches and has a two year warranty.

Bottom line is:

This comes at a budget price, but is far from budget in the way it performs.

The price makes this not only the best priced hedge trimmer around, but one of the best yard care tools in general.

If you are trimming around a relatively modest sized yard and not that often, this is an absolute steal!

But beyond that:

  • This is the lightest hedge trimmer I have ever tried – to say it weighs nothing would be an exaggeration, but it really isn’t that far off the mark!
  • As a result it is very easy to maneuver around tricky areas and get to difficult spots, making it an ultra versatile choice.
  • The 16 inch blade is made of hardened steel and the design is better than most budget trimmers – with the nuts on top of the bar and a nicely designed brace bar.
  • The cord retainer works nicely, with the plug fitting snugly in.
  • It has a nice T-handle built in and a full length trigger that gives you control and comfort when using this.

A word (or two) of warning though:

In some ways there is a danger this might actually be too light! You are tempted to rush and use it one handed and become a bit haphazard in your trimming – so remember this.

The snap in guard that protects your hand holding the handle is cheap and flimsy.

But to cut a long story short:

This all about the value for money. An absolute bargain of a hedge trimmer that is incredibly well priced. It is also light as a feather

It deals with stems up to 5/8ths of an inch adequately and is perfect for more modest yards that need irregular trimming.


MY RATING: 93%


Pros

  • Fantastic price
  • Very, very light
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Nice 16 inch blade
  • Cord retainer works well

Cons

  • Snap in guard is flimsy
  • Canopy is water repellent not waterproof

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#3 WORX WG209


BEST FOR…
Those wanting something that is exceptionally well balanced.

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 24 inches
  • Power – 4.0 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 42.4 x 6.4 x 5.7
  • Weight – 5.7 lbs
  • Three Year Warranty

WORX WG209 Electric Hedge Trimmer

The WORX WG209 is a marvel of engineering – kudos to the guys and gals who designed this as they got it spot on.

But before that:

This has a 4 amp motor and a 24 inch blade that cuts up to ¾ inch in diameter.

It weighs 5.7lbs, measures 42.40 x 6.40 x 5.70 Inches and comes with a three year warranty.

No word of a lie:

This item has been engineered down to the finest detail.

I love how the motor is directly behind the handle. This really balances it against the long blade, and means the weight isn’t concentrated towards the front as the engine counterbalances it perfectly.

On top of that the grip is in line with the blades which makes it easy to rotate when you trim the top of a hedge and then go down the sites. Simple but enormously effective.

Beyond that:

  • Add to this the fact it is ergonomically shaped then the whole trimmer feels really comfortable.
  • And also, the way the weight is balanced, it feels really light
  • The 24 inch blade is long and gives you more reach up and over hedges.
  • The 4 amp motor means it has plenty of power and can easily cut up to ½ an inch in diameter – between ½ inch and ¾ inch you need to take it a bit more slowly but it still does a good job.
  • The cord retainer works. It feels sturdy and nicely secures the cord in.

However:

The two switch set up – you must press down two switches at all times to get this to run is a real pain and could definitely be improved on.

Also it comes with a very flimsy and weak plastic sleeve for storage – it is practically no use!

But all in all:

The joy of the WORX WG209 is undoubtedly in its design, which means it is a pleasure to use.

Everything about is comfortable, and it has a long reach and good cutting power – you can’t ask for much more!


MY RATING: 92%


Pros

  • Very well balanced
  • Really comfortable
  • Feels light
  • Nice long blade
  • Good 4 amp motor

Cons

  • Two switch set up is annoying
  • Plastic storage sleeve is poor quality

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#4 Black & Decker HT2455


BEST FOR…
Those wanting a clever piece of engineering (and good handle).

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 24 inches
  • Power – 3.3 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 45.12 x 7.31 x 6.19
  • Weight – 6.5 lbs
  • Two Year Warranty
  • PRICE GUIDE: $$

Black and Decker HT2455 Electric Hedge Trimmer

The clincher for me on why the Black & Decker HT2455  is included in my list of the best electric hedge trimmers is its simply awesome rotable handle.

But first:

This has a 3.3 amp motor and a 24 inch blade that cuts up to ¾ inch thick.

It weighs 6.5lbs, measures 34.3 x 7.5 x 7.75 inches and comes with a two year warranty.

Here’s the deal:

This has a rear handle which swivels 180 degrees. This means that pretty much no matter what angle you are trimming at you should be able to find a comfortable hand position.

It also means, when you are trimming along a flat surface like a hedgerow, you can keep a comfortable hold on the trimmer without needing to twist your hands.

The handle itself is cleverly made and very easy to adjust on the fly – just use the buttons on the side.

Putting that aside:

  • The 3.3 amp motor provides a surprising amount of power – you can dice through plenty of shrubbery in no time and it cuts through limbs up to ¾ inch thick with no problems.
  • The blade is 24 inches long – and designed to cut on both inward and outward strokes. It should be suitable for pretty much all your trimming needs.
  • It has been nicely designed with the motor inline – this distributes the weight evenly and means you have more control over the trimmer.
  • Unlike a lot of trimmers it has a lock on switch so it can run continuously without you need to keep your finger on the trigger.
  • The whole thing is nice and comfortable – it has a full wrap-around bale handle and a really cosy rubber grip.

However:

The cord retention system isn’t as good as that on the Black and Decker HT22 – it seems to come unplugged more easily.

Also the plug connection on the cord attached to this has a male plug – this is fine as it stops it being plugged directly into the wall but it also means you can’t use extension cords with a larger than normal female connector.

Bottom line is:

With its long blade and rotating handle this is perfect for taller and wider hedges and/or shrubs. Or if you limited strength or a condition like arthritis this would be an ideal trimmer for you – thanks to the clever handle.


MY RATING: 90%


Pros

  • Great rotating handle
  • Long blade
  • Weight is evenly distributed
  • Lock on switch for continuous running
  • Comfortable

Cons

  • Cord retainer could be better
  • Can’t use larger extension cords

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#5 Sun Joe SJH904E


BEST FOR…
Those wanting a telescopic pole hedge trimmer.

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 19 inches
  • Power – 4.5 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 78.3 x 7.9 x 3.1
  • Weight – 6.2 / 9.5 lbs
  • Two Year Warranty
  • PRICE GUIDE: $$

Sun Joe SJH904E Electric Hedge Trimmer

If you are looking for a telescopic pole hedge trimmer then I’ve included a couple on my list and the Sun Joe SJH904E is my favorite.

Let’s get down to it:

This is powered by a 4.5amp motor and has a 19 inch blade than can cut up to 0.7 inches in diameter.

The maximum length the pole can be extended to is 5.9 feet, giving an overhead reach of 13 feet. It weighs from 6.2lbs to 9.5lbs depending upon how you use it and comes with a two year warranty.

In short:

You get two tools in one with this – you can use it as a pole trimmer, and then when you are ready, you can detach the cutting head and handle and use it as a standard handheld trimmer.

Changing between the two options is really simple and takes seconds. The telescopic pole gives up to 13 feet of reach and makes it much quicker and easier to trim those spots you would otherwise need a ladder for.

And guess what else?

  • This is really good for trimming in those tight spaces where a traditional hedge clipper won’t fit – for instance those awkward spots between a house and a hedge or underneath the bushes.
  • It has a handy pivoting head that can be easily adjusted to any of the following angles -20º, 0º, 20º, 40º and 60º.
  • The 4.5amp motor is probably the biggest you will find on an electric pole hedge trimmer – which gives it a good amount of power.
  • The dual-handle safety switch and protective storage cover mean this is ultra safe.
  • It feels nice and smooth and gives off minimal vibration, even when you use it fully extended.

But:

I wouldn’t say this is heavy, but when fully extended, over prolonged use, you will most likely feel fatigue in your arms.

There also seems to be an issue with oil leaking from the oil cap – which is a pain.

So it all adds up to this:

With its dual use – as a standard hedge trimmer and a telescopic pole trimmer – this is incredibly convenient if you want to ditch that ladder and easily trim those lofty shrubs.

It is powerful and really nicely designed and is my choice if you want an electric pole hedge trimmer.


MY RATING: 90%


Pros

  • Easy to convert from pole trimmer to hedge trimmer
  • Great for getting to awkward areas
  • Powerful motor
  • Nice pivoting head
  • Safe design

Cons

  • Will feel fatigued after prolonged use
  • Oil leaks

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#6 Greenworks 2200102


BEST FOR…
Those wanting a great warranty.

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 22 inches
  • Power – 4.0 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 37.69 x 8.5 x 7.75
  • Weight – 6.9 lbs
  • Four Year Warranty
  • PRICE GUIDE: $

Greenworks 2200102 Electric Hedge Trimmer

Price – tick. Power – tick. Maneuverability – tick. The Greenworks 2200102 hedge trimmer has it all covered when it comes to selecting an electric hedge trimmer.

So let’s get busy:

This has a 4 amp motor and a 22 inch blade that cuts up to 9/16 inch in size.

It weighs 6.9lbs, measures 37.69 x 8.5 x 7.75 inches and comes with a four year warranty.

Being blunt:

This is a great trimmer. Its design means it can work wonders on smaller shrubs with thin branches giving a nice even cut, even in more awkward spots.

It will also level out hedge tops quickly and easily and slices through most jobs comparable trimmers wouldn’t

The best part? It does all of this at a budget price!

In addition:

  • This has a nice rotating handle which is useful in making trimming the sides of bushes much easier.
  • At 22 inches the blade is long and durable and much more convenient than a 16 inch blade.
  • It feels light and easy to handle.
  • Nice safety button on the top that you must use in conjunction with the trigger to get it running.
  • Great four year warranty.

It isn’t perfect though of course:

The cord retainer could be better – it only fits a certain size electrical cable and it is so soft and flexible the cord comes out too easily.

In addition this is louder than any other hedge trimmer I tested – make sure you have ear plugs handy!

But the bottom line is:

This is worth every penny and then some. It is light, but feels well balanced, can handle dense foliage and sizeable limbs and has several features most hedge trimmers in its price bracket don’t.

All of this and it is backed by a great four year warranty too.


MY RATING: 89%


Pros

  • Great price
  • Rotating handle
  • Light and easy to handle
  • Long blade
  • Good warranty

Cons

  • Cord retainer design is poor
  • Loud

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#7 Garcare Trimmer


BEST FOR…
Those wanting a powerful motor.

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 24 inches
  • Power – 4.6 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 44.09 x 7.09 x 7.88
  • Weight – 8.51 lbs
  • Two Year Warranty
  • PRICE GUIDE: $$

Garcare Electric Hedge Trimmer

Whilst they may not be a well known brand name – this Garcare Hedge Trimmer Features a 4.6amp motor – the most powerful of all the hedge trimmers on my list.

So let’s get busy:

As mentioned this has a 4.6 amp engine and a 24 inch blade that cuts up to ¾ inch thick.

It weighs 8.5lbs, measures 44 x 7 x 7.8 inches and comes with a two year warranty.

The deal breaker here is:

The power. As I said previously, at 4.6 amps, this is very powerful – more so than the other hedge trimmers I have chosen.

The stronger motor means it can scythe through thicker bushes and shrubs that other trimmers might struggle with. This in turns makes tidying up your hedges a quicker and easier job.

There is also:

  • The 24 inch blade is long, made of rust-resistant steel, and has dual edge trimming.
  • The handles are nicely padded with soft rubber grips. These absorb vibration and make the trimmer comfortable to use.
  • It is ultra safe – it has a two hand safety switch and a large hand guard to protect you.
  • At 8.5lbs it isn’t the lightest on this list (far from it) but it feels pretty light and is easy to handle.
  • It has a smart design with an inline motor

But beware:

The two hand safety switch is good for keeping yourself protected when you use this, but it does reduced your reach somewhat as you always need two hands on it.

Also the cord attached to this that you must plug the extension cord into is very short indeed – it could do with being a couple of inches longer.

Let’s recap:

Lots of power, a nice 24 inch blade, comfortable use. This has all the basics you would need from any hedge trimmer.


MY RATING: 88%


Pros

  • Powerful motor
  • Long blade
  • Comfortable handles
  • Easy to handle
  • Safe

Cons

  • Reduced reach
  • Hedger cord is short

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#8 Earthwise CVPH41018


BEST FOR…
Those wanting a budget pole hedge trimmer.

Product Spec

  • Blade Length – 18 inches
  • Power – 2.4 amps
  • Dimensions (inches) – 71 x 7.5 x 5
  • Weight – 9 lbs
  • Two Year Warranty
  • PRICE GUIDE: $

Earthwise CVPH41018 Electric Hedge Trimmer

The second of my two pole hedge trimmers on my list is the Earthwise CVPH41018 – it probably falls just below the Sun Joe SJH904E – however it is slightly cheaper and still one of the best electric hedge trimmers around.

So let’s go:

This is powered by a 2.8 amp motor and has an 18 inch blade. It has a maximum cutting capacity of ¾ inch. With the pole fully extended it has a reach of 80 inches.

It weighs 9 lbs and measures 71 x 7.5 x 5 inches and comes with a two year warranty.

The good news is…

I think this even trumps the Sun Joe SJH904E in how easy it is to change from pole hedge trimmer to a regular trimmer and vice versa.

All you do is push a button, remove the handle from the trimmer and put the extension pole between the trimmer and the handle and voila, you are good to go.

In this respect it couldn’t have been designed any better.

But there is more:

  • The blades are nice and have inversely opposed teeth – so they go up one side of the blade and down the other – this means cutting efficiency is increased and vibration is reduced – so you have a nice smooth action.
  • It has a six position adjustable trimmer head, each with a 30 degree increment so you can rotate it 150 degrees in total. This makes it easier to trim at awkward angles or in hidden spots.
  • The whole thing feels really well made – as mentioned above the blades are nice, the pivoting head is easy to adjust and locks in positively, disconnecting parts is easy and it is made of tough materials and feels like it will last.
  • The telescopic shaft obviously means you can more quickly reach areas a standard hedge trimmer wouldn’t be able to.
  • To top it all off – it comes at a very reasonable price indeed.

But:

The main issue with this is it is not very well balanced. It weighs 9lbs, which isn’t a huge amount but the most of that weight come from the electric motor motor at the head of the trimmer. You will soon find your arms getting tired – so prolonged use might be an issue.

The on/off button is very small – and no ideally positioned. It is placed so you just push it with your thumb, however you will adjust your hand positions depending on what you are trimming, making it awkward to push. It is also designed for right handed use, so left hand people might find it even more awkward.

So it all adds up to this:

This is a great pole hedge trimmer for occasional home use. It performs well and will make an easy job of both pruning and shaping with a good quality, clean cut.

What holds it back from being really great is the weight distribution and for that reason it falls just behind the Sun Joe SJH904E.

But if price is an issue this is cheaper and it will still do a great job.


MY RATING: 88%


Pros

  • Very easy to change modes
  • Nice blades
  • Six position adjustable head
  • Durable and well made
  • Good price

Cons

  • Very unbalanced weight wise
  • On/Off button could be better designed

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In Summary


I hope you have found my round up of the best electric hedge trimmers of use.

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