Model # UT44175

Internet #204337743

Store SKU #678247

Homelite 7.2-Volt Electric Cordless Grass Shrubber
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Homelite

7.2-Volt Electric Cordless Grass Shrubber

  • Perfect for more smaller and compact trimming jobs
  • Easily trim shrubs with the 5/16 in. cutting capacity
  • Ultra lightweight design reduces user fatigue

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Product Overview

Give your yard a beautiful touch up with the 7.2-Volt Cordless Shrubber by Homelite. It trims shrubs and hedges with its 5/16 in. cutting capacity, and is lightweight and easy to use. The built-in battery charges easily - just plug it in and you're ready to go in no time. All backed by a two-year warranty, this shrubber is a must-have for any landscape lover.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the battery replaceable?

Is the battery replaceable? If so where is it located? I have Model UT44170. Works well but doesn't hold a charge very long ( have to keep the charger engaged with a extension cord).
Asked by: Martha
Martha- unfortunately the batteries are not available for this unit.
Answered by: Homelite
Date published: 2017-05-02

how long does a charge last?

Asked by: dan
Dan- the shrubber should last at least 30 to 45 minutes depending on what you are cutting.
Answered by: Homelite
Date published: 2017-04-27

would you have the 36901251G charger available?

it goes with the homelite cordless shrubber
Asked by: annie
Call our part distributor Gardner, 1-800-848-8946.
Answered by: Homelite
Date published: 2017-04-27

Will this work well trimming ornamental grasses? I have about 25 grasses around my yard.Most are quite dense.

Asked by: Robert
Robert- it is going to depend on the width and toughness of the grass. I am not sure about ornamental grass but in my opinion I would not think it would work.
Answered by: Homelite
Date published: 2017-04-27
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