It’s a beautiful springtime Saturday and you need to tackle the season’s first trimming of the hedges and bushes on your property. It’s just one of many yard work tasks on your weekend to-do list. You get your corded hedge trimmer out of the garage, plug it into the outdoor electrical outlet on the front of your house, and get to work.
As you take care of the shrubs closest to the house, you quickly remember what a pain in the neck it is to keep dragging a cord around while trimming. The cord is always in the way. It forces you to constantly stop and reposition your grip to keep the cord out of the way. You have to step over the cord as you work your way around each shrub, and then you have to back-track to reach the next section so the cord doesn’t get tangled up in the branches of the shrub or bush you’re working on. You start to feel like most of your effort is going into this awkward “dance” with the trimmer and its cord—instead of focusing on doing a good job of the actual trimming.
Finally, you’ve managed to do a decent job with the bushes along the front of your house. But there are more, and they’re further than the cord will reach. Now you have to stop and go dig around in your garage to find an extension cord. You find one and resume your frustrating “dance” with the trimmer to tackle a few more bushes along the driveway.
Then there’s the hedge along the entire front yard out by the street. Even with the extension cord, you can’t reach it. You have to make another trip back into the garage to find a second extension cord so you can do the front hedge. By this time, you’re wondering whose idea it was to have all these hedges in the first place.
Now imagine yourself with a Worx battery-powered, cordless hedge trimmer. No extension cords, no awkward dance, no getting all tangled up and frustrated. Just long-lasting, powerful trimming that lets you get the job done right in record time.