Hedge Cutter Operated by Crank (Jul, 1931)

Hedge Cutter Operated by Crank
TIME and effort required to trim hedges is reduced to an absolute minimum by the use of a new hedge trimming device now available. The clipper is operated by turning a crank with the hands, as demonstrated in the photo above.

7 comments
  1. Harry says: August 19, 200911:17 am

    I guess they hadn’t discovered Mexico in 1931.

  2. katey says: August 19, 20098:42 pm

    Some things never change- my crank of a neighbor seems to be always working on his hedges, too.

  3. Scott B. says: August 19, 20098:57 pm

    If that contraption made music, he could get an adorable monkey and double his income!

  4. alan says: August 20, 200912:19 am

    “I guess they hadn’t discovered Mexico in 1931.”

    I peed in my pants.

  5. Jari says: August 20, 20097:23 am

    Th guy looks a bit cranky.

    I’ll get me coat…..

  6. StanFlouride says: August 21, 20093:02 pm

    I read it as the slang for Methamphetamine.

  7. darren says: October 24, 201011:19 pm

    Wow -”Reduce time and effort to an absolute minimum”. Bloody marketing departments. How did they market it when the electric hedge trimmer came on the market? Less than absolute minimum???

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