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Batavia Maxxheat: Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer Review

I have a new gadget and it’s a garden gadget, my favourite kind. It’s a weed killer that is completely chemical-free, as it relies solely on heat. Let me share with you tour Batavia Maxxheat: Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer review…

Batavia Maxxheat Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer

From Batavia this is a useful 3-in-1 combi-tool that can be used as a Weed Killer, a Hot Air Gun and a BBQ Lighter! The Maxxheat package includes a telescopic pole that is ideal when used as a weed killer. The pole can be easily removed for the other uses of the Multi Heater; the Hot Air Gun and BBQ Lighter.

It does it all! Now for me, this is all about the weed killer. So with my mum’s able assistance, we unpacked and assembled it in just three minutes and we were good to go.

Batavia Maxxheat Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer assembled



We turned the heat setting up the level three, pointed it at this unsuspecting weed for around 10 seconds, and this was the result….

Batavia Maxxheat Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer result

It really is that easy, making it a handy gadget to have around. We’ve a few weeds that keep coming up the side of our tarmac drive that are a nightmare to get out, so I will be out there blasting them this weekend as I know this will be just perfect for them.

Here’s a short video showing you how simple it is to assemble and the Electric Hot Air Gun Weed Killer in action:

The verdict?

It is super easy to assemble and use, and it stores away in the shed without taking up too much room. It is really effective and does exactly as it’s supposed to as as you can see it kills the weeds very quickly and efficiently. Priced at £48, I think it makes a good value buy when you consider that I will now never need to buy any weed killer products again.

It is chemical free, making it a great choice for gardeners, and definitely one to invest in for pet-owners. It’s easy to use and lightweight making it accessible to all.

My one recommendation to the manufacturers would be to make the cord longer. Even with my extension lead I cannot reach the top of my fairly average-sized garden, which is frustrating and something I would imagine can be modified.



I will be getting myself a longer extension cord and tackling a pathway at the top of my garden soon. It’s a task that I usually dread as it’s back-breaking work to weed it, but this time round, I find myself actually looking forward to it!

What do you think of this?

Disclosure: I received this product FOC for the purposes of this review, though all words and opinions remain my own

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