Bosch Garden Saw review
When it comes to gardening equipment, I’m a ‘I’ll make do’ kinda chap. Of course, there are must-have’s such as lawnmowers, spades and secateurs, but all these modern cons – such as the Bosch Garden Saw – are products that I wouldn’t actually think twice about buying. Especially when it comes to sawing, drilling and construction, I suppose I’m a bit of a backwards thinking male who thinks that a bit of energetic exercise won’t do me any harm.
So, when I first got the Bosch Garden Saw, my first thoughts were ‘Well, what the hell am I going to use this for?’ I’m a man, I don’t need an electric saw. I have muscles and wouldn’t be caught dead using a piece of motorised machinery when I could be sweating buckets and chaffing the already rough calluses on my hands whilst taking an eternity to belligerently saw half a tree. Grrrrrr.
Then, I half heartedly thought ‘I better give this tool a try, before stowing it on my garden shelves to remain unused’. And, now comes the part where I have to eat my words and grovel. This Bosch Garden Saw is the single most useful thing that I’ve never wanted in my life. I cut’s like a breeze, and jobs that would take me 10 minutes, now take mere seconds. I probably shouldn’t have, but I took off the safeguard and chopped up an old garden fence. An actual WHOLE GARDEN FENCE PANEL. I know this isn’t what this product was made for, but it was a breeze. Then, today I was installing some wooden edging at a client’s and needed to nip a bit off the end. Once again, the Garden Saw was ideal. For actual plants, thick trunks which you’d normally being straining to get the secateurs around can be dealt with easily and efficiently. Job done.
I’ll quite happily say that after not thinking I’d use this product, I’d now never be without it. It’s well worth the money, charges up fantastically quickly so that you can get going with garden jobs and makes those annoying jobs that you put off for so long a simple and joyful few minutes.