Eliet Neo2 Electric Garden Shredder

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    The philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, in one of his more mystical moments, once wrote that “what can be shown, cannot be said.” By this he meant that because there are limits to our ability to express ourselves in language, some things will remain invariably ineffable and must instead be ‘shown’ or otherwise non-linguistically demonstrated if they are to be understood. Perhaps what this is what the engineers at Eliet were thinking when they decided to produce the first garden shredders featuring a transparent window in the cutting chamber, thus allowing you to witness the power of these outstanding machines for yourself.

    Ineffable or otherwise, the Neo² is an impressively powerful machine designed for tackling heavy loads of material in a domestic setting. Fitted with a quiet, clean and smooth running 230V electric motor (surrounded by vibration-absorbing rubber material to help ensure low-noise performance), the Neo² features twelve Eliet Resist™ reversible chopping knives and is capable of producing up to 36,000 cuts per minute. This makes the Neo² ideal for chopping branches of up to 35mm in diameter, while the intake chamber has been specifically designed to accept larger quantities of soft and leafy material as well as bigger branches. Moreover, in addition to allowing you to see all of this happening, the tough composite fibreglass/plastic window in the cutting chamber also makes it easy to spot blockages before they develop and provides access to the cutting system for routine maintenance.

    As well as being powerful, the Neo² is also remarkably user-friendly. The high capacity of the 50 litre collection box, for example, combines with the Neo²’s optimised airflow to make tackling heavier workloads pleasingly stress-free. The collection box is also notable for featuring a clever magnetic safety switch which prevents the box from being opened by accident, thereby offering additional protection for you and those around you. The Neo²’s large aluminium wheels and clever folding design, meanwhile, ensure that both transporting your shredder around the garden and storing it when not in use are reassuringly simple propositions.

    On top of all of this, Eliet’s commitment to producing high quality results has resulted in the development of the brilliant Chopping Principle™ system. This means that the blades of Eliet shredders are designed to cut into garden waste like miniature hatchets and thus cut wood along the grain; this results in uniform chips that are perfect as a mulch layer or on your compost heap, thereby improving the overall health of your garden. With such a combination of power, convenience and clever design the Neo² really does have to be seen to be believed. Thankfully, as noted above, the good people at Eliet have already got that one covered.

  • Tech Info

    Technical Specifications

    Engine/motor: 2500-watt
    Power source: Mains electricity
    Cutting system: Eliet Chopping Principle™
    Cutting Width: 130 mm
    Timber capacity: 35mm
    Material throughput: 8 boxes p/hour
    Blade rpm: 36000rpm
    Collection box capacity: 50 litres
    Transport wheels: Yes
    Storage: Collapsible
    Weight: 43kg
    Weight 45 kg
  • Brand
    About Eliet
    A revival in the garden machinery trade during the 1970s inspired Emiel Lietaer, a 9th generation blacksmith, to use his metal working skills to begin production of a range of products that would ultimately revolutionise the gardening market. It was at the International Agricultural Week at the Heysel, in Brussels, 1986, that the quality of these new products was recognised and here that the Belgian brand now known as Eliet was finally born. Demand grew, investments were made and the company expanded into a world leader, producing some of the finest garden waste disposal and turf care products available.

    Constantly being on the lookout for ways to improve their products keeps the Eliet name at the forefront of design, creating unique solutions to solve longstanding problems. Take for example the patented Eliet Chopping PrincipleTM, used in their petrol and electric garden shredders. It not only produces the best quality wood chippings for composting and mulching, it also reduces engine wear and fuel consumption, thus reducing outlay for both domestic and commercial operators. The Eliet design team are already working on the next generation of garden machinery products, destined to make your gardening and horticultural tasks easier and more efficient, saving you time and money and also lessening our impact on the environment.
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