Twose hedgecutters have a long-standing reputation for being cost-effective pieces of kit. Their appeal was essentially for farmers, so they were more than up to the task of dealing with seasonal use. But the gradual introduction of bigger kit across the range, still at attractive prices compared to some premium machines, has lured a few contractors into the fold. And in response to a new-found customer base that was perhaps, working its Twose models longer and harder than they were originally designed for, the firm responded with this latest round of upgrades,

It was January 2016 when the firm took the wraps off its flagship model at the LAMMA show. The then pre-series machine was badged TP-6750T. Now finally in production, the machine has been renamed to TW67T-5 as a reflection of its configuration – Twose, 6.7m, Telescopic, 5-series.