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Ideally suited to domestic gardens of any size, our selection of electric shredders are designed to make short work of light debris. The choice of blade or gear shredding systems combined high-torque motors, turns leaves, twigs, small branches, hedge trimmings and other clippings into mulch in a matter of seconds - perfect for tidying up after an afternoon of pruning!
Unlike their hardier petrol cousins, our electric garden shredders are also a very environmentally-friendly option: They are quiet enough to run on a Sunday morning, produce no emissions, and require no fuel. They’re also very easy to maintain and, to top everything off, the chippings that they produce are fine enough to be used for a variety of different applications within your garden, from creating a layer of mulch that can be laid onto flowerbeds, to feeding your compost heap.
The electric shredders on this page have all been sourced from leading manufacturers Cobra Garden, Lawnflite, The Handy and WOLF-Garten and come with large collectors that make waste disposal a much less daunting affair. All the models are wheeled too, which makes them particularly easy to move around.
If you own a domestic property with trees, flowers or a vegetable garden, you may find the average small electric shredder on the market of similar size is not efficient for processing all your prunings and trimmings into compost or mulch. They cannot cope with the volume of materials to be processed. They are too slow, block up easily, the inlets are often too small so that the material has to be precut before you feed it into the machine, or they are too lightly built. The Green Reaper now offers a range of electric chippers designed and built in New Zealand by Hansa Products to meet the more demanding user.
For more information, browse through the list above or contact us if you have a specific question. And remember, all orders over £50 benefit from free delivery to most UK mainland addresses.
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