WORX Hedge Trimmer review
We have a very wooded and heavily landscaped lot with lots of mature bushes. Some of the bushes were starting to achieve monster proportions. Do you see the resemblance? Today we are going to be talking about this awesome hedge trimmer. Check out this WORX Hedge Trimmer review.
This is why I needed a bad boy hedge trimmer on my side. WORX sent me the 56V MaxLithium Cordless 24″ Hedge Trimmer to try out. It turned out to be the perfect tool for our yard. Previously I tried the 20V MaxLithium Cordless 20″ Hedge Trimmer, but it didn’t have the muscle I needed to power through our landscaping. The 56V WORX hedge trimmer definitely had the power to cut easily through all our shrubs and bushes. But, the extra power is the result of a large battery which does weigh more than its 20V sibling. However, I’d much prefer a little extra weight because the trimmer can cut through bushes and shrubs much faster (saving on arm fatigue in the long run.)
The WORX 56V MaxLithium Cordless 24″ Hedge Trimmer requires the assembly of the handle and shield when you first remove it from the box. You will need a philips head screwdriver.
The battery pack should not be in the trimmer during assembly. Simply slide the shield into place (just above the blades) and secure it with the screws shipped with the tool.
The handle requires some outward force to snap over the trimmer.
The handle is secured with one bolt on one side.
Snap the battery pack in place and you’re ready to tame that jungle you call your yard.
Trimming the pampas grass used to be a tedious job using manual hedge shears and I inevitably lost the battle with lots of scratches.
This year, I fought that monster and I won! The long 24″ blade on the WORX 56V MaxLithium Hedge trimmer and the shield kept my hands scratch free. (Although, I was wearing gloves for extra protection.)
We have a big camellia bush (which now resembles a tree) near our fireplace. I have never pruned this bush because…well, it was tall and we really don’t look at it often.
The WORX Hedge Trimmer made quick work of the lower branches.
To reach the upper branches I grabbed the WORX JawSaw with pole extender (you can read my review for the WORX JawSaw here.)
In the past, trimming all our bushes around the house with manual hedge shears was a multi-hour task which inevitably required popping several Advils at the end of the day. But, the WORX 56V MaxLithium 24″ Cordless Hedge Trimmer made fast work of all the bushes and landscaping. I finished in about an hour and wasn’t sore at all.
Most amazingly, the battery never died during the full hour of use. The WORX 56V MaxLithium 24″ Cordless Hedge Trimmer claims to be as powerful as a gas powered trimmer. I’ve never tried one so I can’t comment on that. But, I can say that this bad boy tamed our jungle and left me able to move the next day. I’m actually looking forward to the Fall when I trim back all the summer growth.
Disclosure: This is a product review for the WORX 56V MaxLithium 24″ Cordless Hedge Trimmer. I was provided with the tool at no cost to me. However, I was not swayed to write a positive review or write anything at all. This is NOT a sponsored post. As always I am very particular about the brands and products I choose to showcase on this blog.
I just bought one. It’s awesome. Makes hedges feel like you are cutting butter.
Sorry I missed this post, but I love your trimmer, especially the length of the handle for high bushes. Great job! I have a question, my hubby finally bought a kreg jig, but I don’t know how to use it. I thought you posted a step by step turtioal how to use one. I been having a problem locating it. I googled how to use one, but still confused. Please help me. I love your tutorial.
Thanks for your comment Ivory. Here’s the link to the tutorial for using a Kreg Jig: https://prettyhandygirl.com/how-to-use-a-kreg-jig/
Hi- love your site. Where do you get the pole extender for this trimmer?
That looks like one awesome piece of equipment. You go girl, yard work isn’t easy.
Looks like a beast! A little jealous of the size of your yard too 🙂