Hozelock green power thermal weeder

£69.99
in stock - arrives before Christmas
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Buy Hozelock green power thermal weeder: <ul><b><li>No chemicals, gas or flame</li><li>Cost-effective and easy to use</li><li>2-year guarantee</li></b></ul><br>The Green Power Thermal Weeder lets you easily control weeds on driveways, paths and patios without the need for chemicals, digging or fire.<br><br>Powered by mains electricity via the 3m cable, it heats up in 45 seconds to deliver an intense thermal shock of 600°C to burst the cells of weeds, killing them off for good.<br><br>The upright design lets you easily tackle multiple weeds without bending, while the protective cone head allows precise and targeted treatment to keep surrounding plants safe.<br><br>The weeder operates with a simple push button start and features an ergonomic handle for comfortable use and an integral hook for easy storage.<br><br>Supplied with a two-year guarantee.

  • No chemicals, gas or flame
  • Cost-effective and easy to use
  • 2-year guarantee

The Green Power Thermal Weeder lets you easily control weeds on driveways, paths and patios without the need for chemicals, digging or fire.

Powered by mains electricity via the 3m cable, it heats up in 45 seconds to deliver an intense thermal shock of 600°C to burst the cells of weeds, killing them off for good.

The upright design lets you easily tackle multiple weeds without bending, while the protective cone head allows precise and targeted treatment to keep surrounding plants safe.

The weeder operates with a simple push button start and features an ergonomic handle for comfortable use and an integral hook for easy storage.

Supplied with a two-year guarantee.

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