Little Wonder has the edge

Tony Hawkinsin Machinery & Mechanics

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Cutting clean, crisp edges along paths, borders and drives is an essential part of every landscaper and gardener's work, to ensure you maintain structure and aesthetics.

The trouble is it's time consuming and requires considerable effort in larger, formal areas. Enter the latest Little Wonder Pro Edger which has a heritage of over five decades of production and offers a fast and ideal solution.

This wheeled edger will cut up to 90 feet per minute of precise edging and maintains its performance in even the toughest conditions.

Dual belts provide extra power to the blade and convenient fingertip controls allow the operator to adjust depth, belt tension and blade engagement for fatigue-free operation and control.

The Pro Edger has the largest available iron cutter head in the market, with a 550 Series Briggs & Stratton durable and cooler running engine featuring a dual element air filter.

The blade itself is a 10" steel sharpened on all sides to allow you to flip it over and extend time between sharpening. This will cut to a depth of 4 inches.

The four wheel design gives you greater stability and eliminates the need for a curb wheel, while the wheels themselves have steel hubs with ball bearings and full axles front and rear.

That translates into smoother and easier manoeuvrability. Little Wonder also provides an optional crack cleaner attachment for cleaning out expansion joints in asphalt and concrete.

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