“Looks very well made compared to the competitors I looked at before purchase. Not cheap but engineering seems well designed and executed.Really easy to start compared with my older two-stroke garden tools.”
“An excellent hedge trimmer with long reach.
Recently purchased to replace an older Echo model that had lasted 15 years. I hope to get the same life span out of this one!
Good quality, durable and well balanced. Multiple number of angles to choose from depending on the shape and size of the hedge you're cutting.
Easy to follow set up instructions.”
“This is a brilliant machine I highly recommended it to anyone also friend of mine liked so much he is getting one
This is my second Echo machine I have and won’t be the only two look forward to getting more machines from Echo
Thanks Echo for making brilliant tools
“I have used ECHO long arm hedge cutters from when they first came out. The engines run nicely, they are user friendly and they are very reliable. I was a garden maintenance contractor for 30 years and I would say ECHO are the best! I also use ECHO strimmers and a knapsack blower and these also are excellent. I am very, very pleased with my new long arm ECHO hedge cutter. Bryony submitted this on behalf of her husband John.”
“It’s build and cutter quality is no where near the quality of Stihl but that is slightly reflected in the price. Overall it’s a good hedge cutter but I doubt it will with stand regular professional use.”
“Excellent delivery, packaging and easy assembly. Well built tool using high quality materials. Starts easily and runs smoothly after 5 minutes running in. High quality cut and good reach although slightly heavy. Overall a very good hedge trimmer.”
“theres allot I like about these cutters. theyre a good weight, cracking motor, I love the adjuster on the head general build quality is very good things I don't like are minor but still a pain in the arse!..# iv had a problem with the carb-after 10-15 mins of use the revs will increase until its screaming at me after taking to a dealer and adjusting carb and swapping fuel pipe it seams to be better but still abit peaky when hot..# Another thing is the exhaust cover gets red hot and has burnt my arm a few times.# the rubber grip on the shaft is too close to engiene I like to hold further up the shaft. it put more strain on your back when holding that far down, maybe just me!!.. #im finding the black plastic blade cover thing is a pain in the arse when cutting thicker material im going to remove and try without but im switching between my echo and stihl at the moment depending on what im cutting..# when Im re-fueling the machine doesn't stand solid on the ground it roles around when I push down on the fuel can(I use a stihl fueling cap) and with the fuel tank opening being at an angle not ideal. all that said I still love them and will be buying more echo in the future.”