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The AXT 25 D quiet drum electric shredding system is ideal for hard wood, old hedges and thorny shrubs. Quiet yet speedy, with a patented fast feed hopper and automatic feed, this versatile shredder packs into itself to ensure space-saving storage.
The powerful mains sourced 2500 watt induction Bosch motor significantly increases throughput to 190 kg per hour whilst minimising blockages--it is powerful yet quiet. The touch pad control panel also helps prevent blocking via its ‘pulse’ reverse mechanism, making the shredder easier to operate and control.
This innovative ‘Cut and Crush’ drum cutting system is designed to shred large volumes of medium sized branches, shrubs and green material of up to 40 mm in diameter.
The AXT 25 D also features a 53 litre collection box with a patented interlocking mechanism to make handling and storing shredded material simple and safe. It also includes a patented detachable hopper for convenient self-feeding and compact storage.
About Bosch lawn and garden
Bosch develops and manufactures a range of innovative powered garden products supplied to world markets.
The electric and cordless product range includes:
All products are designed with the consumer in mind to make those gardening tasks easier.
|Ideal for green and soft garden materials such as shrubs, foliage plants and smaller branches.||Ideal for wooden garden materials such as trees, old hedges, thorny shrubs and hard wood.||Ideal for both wooden and green garden waste including shrubs, trees, foilage plats, old hedges and more.|
|Cutting Blade||Drum Cut||Turbine Cut|
|2200 W/230 V||2500 W/230 V||2500 W/230 V|
|40 mm diameter||40 mm diameter||45 mm diameter|
Material Throughput Rate/Torque
|approx. 90 kg/h / 14 Nm||approx. 175 kg/h / 650 Nm||approx. 230 kg/h / 650 Nm|
|N/A||53 L||53 L|
|12 kg||31.3 kg||30.5 kg|
|Practical plunger||Practical plunger, removable hopper for storage||Practical plunger, removable hopper for storage|
Buying tips for choosing your shredder: Three solutions for a neat and tidy garden. Use a rapid for mainly green garden material or a drum cutter for quiet shredding of more wooden materials. If you need to shred both then consider the turbine cutting system which is perfectly suited for every type of garden material. Another consideration is space and noise - the AXT 25 D and AXT 25 TC are quiet and have a removable hopper for easy storage.
Was tempted to buy a cheaper shredder from a different manufacturer after becoming disillusioned with other Bosch power tools failing prematurely. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Cumbrian Picker
5 days late in delivery due to carrier. Amazon very good and dispatched a second unit. Product is excellent, shreds well, easy and safe to operatePublished 13 days ago by Graham Robert Mead
Good piece of kit. There are some materials that will not shredd completely e.g. Keria, Leylandi.Published 18 days ago by Alfie Payne
Having finally managed to assemble it without it making a noise,the manual is totally useless, it then would not work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Disappointed
Great piece of kit for the money. Good build quality as you would expect from Bosch and deals with most garden cuttings. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sharing
Quiet,very good with hard material .Softer stuff tends to whizz thruPublished 2 months ago by Alison Hasenfuss
A fairly quiet machine which does a good job of reducing woody material to a much more manageable size, although some twigs need to be fed through a second time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DJ Nunn
Very disappointed,will not chop stems properly even when they are only half the size the machine is supposed to be able to cope with, when putting material into machine it has to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Brown
I'm sure I have bought more useless stuff, but this has reached a new low, anything green and blocks up and just takes so much extra time to do the most simplest of jobs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Annan