Ryobi OHT1845 18V ONE+ Cordless 45cm Hedge Trimmer (Body Only)

(10 customer reviews)


Power Source Battery Powered
Colour Green , Black
Item dimensions L x W x H 93 x 260 x 180 centimetres
Weight 2.9 Kilograms

  • 45cm (18”) diamond-ground blade will cleanly cut stems up to 18mm (0.7”)
  • Cordless Battery convenience means there’s no potentially dangerous mains cable to Trip over or cut nor messy petrol
  • Lightweight (2.5K without battery) and compact Hedge trimmer – perfect for general Hedge trimming, sculpting hedges and maintaining shrubbery
  • Over mould and wraparound front handle provide increased user comfort and manoeuvrability for use over long periods of time
  • Part of the Ryobi one+ system – over 100 tools powered by one battery
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Part of the one+ system of cordless tools for the home and garden, the Ryobi OHT1845 hedge trimmer is great value and lightweight (2.5kg without battery) – perfect for regular hedge trimming, sculpting And maintaining shrubbery. Cordless Battery convenience means there’s no potentially dangerous mains cable to Trip over or cut nor messy petrol to handle. A generous 45cm (18”) high-quality diamond-ground blade will cleanly cut stems up to 18mm (0.7”). The Hedge trimmer lightweight design, over mould and wraparound front handle provide increased user comfort and manoeuvrability making it easy to use over long periods of time. Includes blade sheath for protection when not in use. All one+ products come with a 3-year warranty for quality assurance.

Additional information

Weight 2.9 kg
Dimensions 260 × 180 cm
Part Number


Product Dimensions

‎93 x 260 x 180 cm; 2.9 Kilograms

Item model number



‎Green , Black





Power Source



‎18 Volts

Item Package Quantity


Blade length

‎45 Centimetres

Included Components

‎Garden & Landscaping Tools;String Trimmers;Grass Trimmers

Batteries included?


Batteries Required?


Item Weight

‎2.9 kg



Date First Available

5 Mar. 2018


‎Techtronic Industries (UK)

10 reviews for Ryobi OHT1845 18V ONE+ Cordless 45cm Hedge Trimmer (Body Only)

  1. R. F. Stevens

    Excellent sharp hedge trimmer, ergonomics could be betterThe Ryobi OHT1845 ONE+ cordless hedge trimmer was bought as a single item for use with my existing 

    RC18120 compact charger


    RB18L40 4Ah battery.

    The blades are sharp with a good, efficient profile; and thus cut very well, leaving clean edges on leaves and stems, without any torn or stripped stalks.The handles could be more ergonomic. I needed to use thinner, grippier 




     to manage the tool for all the fiddly angles of topiary, mainly because it is more difficult to gain a repeatable grip on the front loop handle than with my ancient (forty-five years old) mains-powered B&D trimmer with its smaller squarer thicker loop.It does not allow one to vary the power, but it is only just powerful enough anyway, and a lower power would never be used. On/Off is sufficient and safe, requiring both hands to operate both switches simultaneously, one on each handle.It is excellent at trimming small and sappy green items such as my yew topiary, but struggles with heavier denser wood such as pyracantha. However, even my theoretically beefier old trimmer struggles on pyracantha.The OHT1845 weighs 2.45kg and with a 0.725kg 4Ah battery mounted for a total of 3.175kg the balance on the forward handle is about right. However, in use it FEELS quite a lot heavier than my old trimmer, although that weighs almost the same at 2.9kg. I think this is entirely down to the shape of the front loop, with the old trimmer being more ergonomic.The 4Ah battery was happy to reduce a whole yew ball back to its two-metre diameter, and judging by how soon it was fully recharged, could have done a few more similar balls. But my arms could not, because this trimmer feels that much heavier.

  2. PL

    I love me a bit of One+Give me an excuse to buy a new One+ and I will. I don’t need much of a reason, any tenuous one will do!I continue to add to the collection because I’ve never had a bad tool from Ryobi. And this hedge trimmer is no exception.Having planted a couple of bamboos in pots over the last few years, the time had come where it wasn’t possible to leave them unchecked any longer. So what’s a guy to do? He can painstakingly trim using the tools he has, or go another step in with One+.As you’d expect the trimmer is easy to use – press the button and with a simple scything motion the unwanted offshoots go bye bye. In a matter of mere moments, what was once an unkempt mess of a bamboo suddenly looks worthy a place in a well respected garden. I’m sure if you’re talented you could easily create a topiary masterpiece with this tool, but in my novice hands a simple rounding off was the best outcome possible.The Ryobi trimmer is fairly lightweight but I imagine you could get tired using for long periods of time. The blades cut with absolute ease even through some slightly tougher branches on some of my other bushes. I’ve been using with a 5Ah battery as anything less would likely see diminishing results quite quickly and with that battery installed I’ve run out of bushes and hedges to trim before the battery has died or there has been any impact to performance of the trimmer.A great buy and worthy addition to my One+ collection.

  3. L J

    Ryobi hedge trimmerWas a bit sceptical had a made a wrong decision as initially I did not think it would handle the quite thick holly tree branches .Unfounded went through them like hot knife through butter .Safer especially if working off a ladder no cables to get tangled in .Like the two stage safety mechanism .Three year warranty -peace of mind .Would I purchase again is always to me the acid test for any purchase no matter what you are purchasing -Yes .One thing of note to store if you have disposed of box could be difficult .Keep the shaped box and put back after use .Storage is far easier

  4. East Granger

    Lightweight and easy to useI already own a petrol powered hedge trimmer which is larger and heavier than this Ryobi one. As I also have a Ryobi chainsaw for the less tasking heavier cutting jobs around our steading so I purchased this bare tool for bush trimming in the garden area using the same battery for both Ryobi tools.I find it very convenient and simple to use. It gives a good quick result without having to prepare fresh fuel beforehand. I would suggest it is an ideal trimmer for general tidying up around the garden. I watched several videos of the machine in action before my purchase to help me decide and I suggest it would certainly be a ‘must have’ piece of equipment for anyone with a garden to look after.

  5. Christine Hamilton

    So easy to use.Invested in these after cutting through the cord on my old trimmer (again!). They made short work of a very tall hedge and having no cord to worry about meant I could dodge about the garden tidying up shrubs. Lightweight too, so pleased I bought them.


    Hedge trimmerThe hedge trimmer arrived by carrier, on time as expected. Ryobi are a good solid brand for home use. This is part of the +100 accessories available in the series.The hedge trimmer is of a reasonable weight to hold, I coped well holding at shoulder height for some time.This was one of the shortest blade lengths, but this also makes a lighter tool to use. The length of the blade was easy to cope with cutting a prickly hedge at arms length. Very good product overall.

  7. Chris Ne

    Completed the lockdown bush cuts with ease 🙂This represents a great tool for the price, and definitely recommended!We have a small number of fairly mature border bushes of mixed holly and another unknown greenery (recently moved in) but its very woody. There is also a large (now egg shaped) conifer style bush in the front garden that had grown out of control.Given these could potentially be done by hand, my requirements were to get a tool that would not be too expensive, but perform as I needed for the task and potential future requirements.I looked at every type of hedge trimmer tool (battery, mains and petrol) and all had really useful pros/cons but in truth the ‘dad mode’ in me wanted to get the beastiest petrol hedge trimmer I could find! That being said I soon returned to the land of common sense and excluded the petrol element from the equation simply due to cost and my requirements being minimal.I opted for the cheapest Ryobi in the end and I am really pleased with it. I ordered the bare tool since I have a few batteries from other tools and that was it! I used a single 1.5AH battery and it lasted the whole job of about 30 mins.There were a number of models and none seemed to have any discernable features other than a brush attachment which did not look that useful anyway yet affected price quite significantly. Agreed they likely cut larger branches though.The key concerns were ability of the tool to do the job, and the operating time but both of these turned out to be non issues in my case. I think its easy to assume you will need a 5AH battery for every tool but in truth I will now on always try with the batteries I have, then order on prime should in need anything that lasts longer.Overall its a great tool, and the only time I will begrudgingly accept a battery tool being better than petrol 😀

  8. Nessoid

    GreatI really like Ryobi tools. This hedgecutter is light weight and cuts well. You can use the battery throughout Ryobi tools making it efficient. The battery life is long, I’ve used 1 charge for an hour so far.

  9. Horsham Deano

    Really easy to useThis is really a great bit of it, works well, very lightweight & using a 2ah battery, last a long time

  10. Amazon Customer

    Good length of blade and still light enough to use on a long run of hedge.Excellent size & balance, I use it with old batteries and it would probably be even better with newer Li-ion batteryGood length of blade

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