Dexter electric hedge and shrub trimmer

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Warpa
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Dexter electric hedge and shrub trimmer

Saw this on the facebook, maybe someone can shed some light on it that are in the know?

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What are you actually asking?

What are you actually asking? Lloyds of Letchworth were advertising these in 1940, several companies including Tarpen produced similar hedge trimmers with a petrol engine either creating direct power via shaft drive or electric current to run different attachments including hedge trimmers.

It was actually 'Dextor' as stated in the ad. 

Warpa
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Clive he is asking the

Clive he is asking the question on the post.

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Clive he is asking the question on the post.

Not sure what more there is to add other than the OP needs to find a 12v hedge cutter. If memory serves me correctly , Little Wonder who’s products were marketed in the UK by HC Webb, did once Market a 12v item but that was back in the 70s. I’m fairly certain that Tarpen’s offerings , either mains powered via a transformer, or from a petrol engined generator were either 110v or may be 50v . 

It’s interesting how advances in battery technology have now  made cordless hedge cutters a viable proposition for even commercial use. My Ego 56v standard and long pole hedge cutters have completely replaced their petrol equivalents.

 

 

 

Warpa
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Not just cordless hedge

Not just cordless hedge trimmers but a full range of powertools. I no longer have the need for a generator on site.

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maybe just look at those

maybe just look at those models? Why Dextor?