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Sun Joe HJ602C Hedger Joe Lithium Ion Cordless Electric 3.31-Inch Grass Shear/5-Inch Shrubber Reviews

Written By: Weed Eater Guy - Mar• 15•16

Sun Joe HJ602C Hedger Joe Lithium iON Cordless Electric 3.31-Inch Grass Shear/5-Inch Shrubber

  • Best Use: Small gardens, hedge grooming and areas your mower cannot reach
  • 2 tools in 1: Convert from grass shear to shrubber quickly and easily
  • Long-life, rechargeable, 3.6 V lithium-ion battery for hassle-free, cordless operation (battery charger included)
  • Lightweight design (only 2.11 lbs!) with ergonomic handle for easy control and handling
  • ETL approved; Full 2-year warranty
This Sun Joe Cordless 2 Tools in 1 Grass Shear- Shrubber comes with 3.31 Inch Grass Shear Blade, 5 Inch Grass Shrubber Blade, Lithium Ion Battery, Battery Charging Indicator Light, Ergonomic Handle, Instant Start and 2 Year Warranty.

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  1. John Robinson says:
    19 of 22 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great trimmer, January 15, 2011
    By 
    John Robinson (St. Louis, Missouri) –
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    This review is from: Sun Joe HJ602C Hedger Joe Lithium Ion Cordless Electric 3.31-Inch Grass Shear/5-Inch Shrubber (Lawn & Patio)

    This trimmer is great. I have several yews and other bushes I don’t even know the name of. I’ve only had it since spring 2010. But, throughout the growth season it did great. I didn’t even have to recharge it thanks to the lithium ion battery. Folks, I know tools that use the lithium ion batteries are more expensive but when you consider how many times you’ll have to replace and recharge a product that uses ni-cad (nickel cadmium) batteries, you’ll be glad you did.Besides, they are an outdated product that is not financially prudent.

    Besides, lith. ion batteries do not suffer from the cumbersome and expensive “memory” problem that ni-cads have. For those who aren’t familiar with this “memory” problem, here’s a brief description: “Memory” problems occur in the following scenarios: Age of the battery, temperature of the enviroment in which they are regularly charged in, amount of voltage the battery has when it is plugged into the charger, and quality of the construction and contents of the battery. Now here are some solutions to these problems: Don’t charge these batteries in extreme cold and/or hot temperatures. This above all else will wilt the life expectency of the battery. Charge them in your house unless your garage is heated and cooled on a regular basis. Ni-cads recharge to their fullest capacity when they are plugged into the charger in a very low voltage status (Provided they don’t already suffer from the “memory” problem. This means keep using the product that this battery is plugged into for a length of time that renders it almost unusable. I say “almost” because charging a completely dead battery will shorten its life. Also, do not charge a battery after it has been used for an extensive period of time. Let it cool off first b4 you plug it into its charger. Charging a hot to the touch battery is not advisable.

    Now, if your like me and don’t use these products with the ni-cad batteries very often you will benefit from this excercise: Periodically run the product until the battery is almost, but not completely, depleted. For my drill or dustbuster I simply wrap a piece of of electrical tape around the trigger or start button to simulate me activating it with my finger. I then let it run until about 80-85% of the battery is drained. Always monitor this process so that the battery doesn’t completely run out of power.

    I also have a Craftsman 24volt cordless drill with the Lith. ion battery for 2 yrs. now. Haven’t had to recharge it once. Yes I’m only a light home user of these products but try getting that much time out of a ni-cad battery without a recharge. You won’t. But here is a good example of how reliable these lithium ion batteries are. It is Jan. 15th 2011 and I keep this drill in my garage which currently has a temperature of 12 degrees. I activated the drill and it operated at an rpm level of a freshly charged battery. Keep in mind now that I have yet to recharge this battery in the 2 yrs. I have owned it. During this time I have used this drill for a total of 8 hrs. of medium intensity usage.

    And the best part is these lith. ion batteries is that they last much much longer than ni-cads. That means fewer batteries end up in our landfills.

    One last thing, I think a lot of the manufacturers of products using ni-cad batteries get a bad review simply because they use the ni-cad battery design. You have to remember when it comes to products that use the ni-cad rechargable battery they will only perform as well as the battery’s condition is (Barring any manufacturer’s defect).

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  2. Ronald Guidotti "raguido" says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little trimmer, April 26, 2011
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    Ronald Guidotti “raguido” (Minden, NV USA) –
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    This review is from: Sun Joe HJ602C Hedger Joe Lithium Ion Cordless Electric 3.31-Inch Grass Shear/5-Inch Shrubber (Lawn & Patio)

    I found this to be a great little trimmer. The charaging light lets you know when it is fully charged, in under 3 hours. The Li-ion battery makes for a lightweight unit. It cut through 1/8″-thick shrubbery without a problem and if it did choke on a thick branch, it restarted readily after removal of the blocking branch. I didn’t use the grass-clipper attachment but swapping out blades was pretty straightforward. I also have a Black and Decker SSC1000 (6″) trimmer. It uses a Ni-Cd battery which takes a long time to charge and is much heavier and doesn’t give the same run time that I could get with the Sun Joe trimmer. The Ni-Cd battery also suffers from memory effects, which can reduce the overall run time as the unit ages. The only complaint that I would have related to the arrangement of safety switch and on/off switch. It could be a little more user friendly. But after getting used to it, using the trimmer is fairly easy. Overall, I give it high marks.

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  3. B. ENG says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    THE UNITS CUTS GRASS, June 26, 2010
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    B. ENG (NORTH CAROLINA) –
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    This review is from: Sun Joe HJ602C Hedger Joe Lithium Ion Cordless Electric 3.31-Inch Grass Shear/5-Inch Shrubber (Lawn & Patio)

    I purchased this unit to replace an old craftsman cordless grass shears, and it seems to work. The unit came charged, and I was able to do all the grass trimming around the yard without the batteries dying. I haven’t tried the hedge trimmer attachment yet. The unit looks exactly like the WORX unit, except for the color. Both are Lithium Ion batteries, so I went for this unit as it was cheaper. I hope I do not regret it…so far…so good.

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