Bosch AMW 10 Garden Multi-Tool Motor Unit + Hedge Cutter Attachment
Bosch AMW 10 Garden Multi-Tool Motor Unit + Hedge Cutter Attachment
£125.96 (£104.97 Ex. VAT)

Bosch AMW 10 Garden Multi-Tool Motor Unit + Hedge Cutter Attachment

Code: 717247

  • Long reach powerful hedge cutter
  • Powerful motor unit and hedge cutter attachment
  • Large reach length for tall and wide hedges
  • 430mm cutting head with 15mm tooth spacing
  • Powerful 1,000W motor unit, quick fit connection to attachment
  • Pole and line trimmer attachment also available
  • System saves time, storage space and cost
  • Adjustable ‘D’ shaped handle and padded shoulder strap
  • Hanging hook for easy storage
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Frequently Bought Together

  • Bosch AMW 10 Garden Multi-Tool Motor Unit + Hedge Cutter Attachment
  • Bosch AMW 10 SG Multi-Tool Pole Saw Attachment
Total: £185.92

In Detail

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Powerful long reach hedge cutter, (15 mm tooth spacing) combining the AMW10 Multi-tool motor unit with the fully adjustable hedge cutter attachment means you are able to cut large tall hedges with ease and often from ground level taking away the need for a ladder. The total reach is 2,360mm. These tools are part of the AMW10 Multi-tool system where the motor unit can be interchanged with attachments to save space, time and money. All attachments simply fit to the shaft with a quick fit tool-less connection. The 1,000W motor unit and shaft with ‘D’ shaped handle is adjustable for the best working position. There is also a padded shoulder strap and hanging hook for easy storage. The hedge cutter is fully adjustable so that the head can be angled up to 360°, so suitable for overhead cutting. Pole saw and line trimmer attachment also available as well as 700mm extension pole for even greater reach.



Max Cutting Length 430 mm
Model AMW 10 + AMW HS
Nett Weight 4.2 kg + 2.3 kg
Power 1.0 kW
Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K] 100.5 dB(A) [2.5 dB]
Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K] 80.5 dB(A) [2.5 dB]
Stroke Rate 1,800 /min
Vibration [Uncertainty K] 2.5 m/s² [1.0 m/s²]
Reviews (7)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 2.8 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Jim Garnham

4 March 2018

A lot of the criticism in other review are valid.

I took one of these machines out to Spain with attachments to cut my Conifer hedges and have used it for two seasons. I bought mine simply because I also needed the other attachments such as Chain saw and weed wacker which I have used extensively and found them to be very useful. I feel some of the criticism to be a bit unfair because it is not just purely a hedge trimmer and yes compared to the Stihl I use at home on my Beach hedge it is a bit of a toy but I put the cutting problem down to the 'comb' on the top of the cutting head which I think is to protect the mechanism inside from being damaged by users trying to cut things which are too large in diameter. My Stihl does not have this 'comb' on it as do lots of other makes and they work fine hence the comment on "pushing stuff out of the cutting zone". I think if you cut off the 'comb' points which prevent parts of the hedge from moving into the blade you would have a different machine as long as you were careful not to try and cut too thick a branch. Granted it is still heavy, vibrates more than a Stihl but it would cut better. What have you got to lose?

Ron Hughes

28 August 2017

The worst headge cutter I have ever owned. Do not buy this piece of junk!

The cutting blades are so far apart, there is virtually no chance of cutting even the slightest of hedge growth. What a complete waste of money.
I own a number of Bosch power tools, which have been OK, but this takes the biscuit. I would appreciate a call from a Bosch design engneer who could explain to me how this blade is supposed to cut effectively. The phrase 'wouldn't cut butter' comes to mind. My advice, avoid like the plague!

D. Edgar

12 December 2016

Truely awful

Truely awful - DO NOT BUY. In theory this should be a brilliant addition to any gardeners tool collection - one power unit and several different attachments. There is a problem though, the hedge trimmer does not cut! A fairly basic problem. The motor turns, the blades move but nothing gets cut. There would appear to be a design fault that causes the blades to push material out from the cutting zone rather than slice. I've tried it on various hedging plants with the same results.
Bosch usually produce excellent tools but this is A VERY POOR PRODUCT.

Bob Pendleton

11 August 2016

Second Thoughts - I was too kind

I have just re-read my review of some two years ago. While I tried hard to keep it a balanced and objective report, after two seasons' use I would like to add the following: The inclusion of the words "effortless" and "ergonomic" in the description are very far from the truth. To be considered effortless, you would need a very well behaved hedge of low or medium height and width and a powerful tool (pass) of light (fail!) weight. Using the AMW10 is often exhausting. As for ergonomic, even assembling the components fails that test. Ergonomic in use? Forget it, it is the most unwieldy tool I have ever come across. Lifting and positioning for a high cut is quite strenuous, guiding and untangling if it gets caught up is often difficult.

Nick kingsford

2 July 2015

Not sharp as bought

Having had difficulty forcing the hedge cutter attachment through an overgrown laurel hedge, I inspected the cutting blades under a magnifying glass and found them to be rather blunt, as bought. To sharpen the two opposing cutters one must be able to separate them and clamp them on a workbench to apply the necessary file. There seems to be no easy way to do this. Has anyone successfully sharpened the cutting edges on this hedge trimmer? Why the hell is there nothing in the user leaflet about sharpening the blades? Surely having sharp cutting edges is fundamental to the safe and efficient use of cutting tools.

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