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Husqvarna 110iL Cordless Strimmer Kit

€245,00

 

Husqvarna 110iL is the ideal battery grass trimmer for smaller gardens, operating with low noise, vibrations and no direct emissions. Designed to be extremely easy and fun to use. This battery grass trimmer delivers superb work results, also for the inexperienced user, thanks to features such as auto feed trimmer head, foldable Plant Guard bracket and Edging mode with integral support wheel. The split shaft makes it very easy to transport and store.

Features:

Battery through body design (Pat.pend.)
Smart battery pack position, placed horizontally through the body of the machine. Reduces the risk of having dirt, chips, dust and water accumulate in the battery compartment, causing connector issues.

Edging Mode
Edging mode with integral support wheel.

Cordless Freedom
No cord, no petrol, no engine noise, no direct emissions and just a push on the trigger to go. The powerful battery pack is designed for reliable, long lasting use, designed to be recharged hundreds of times.

Adjustable Front Handle
Easy adjustable front handle for better control and comfortable use.


Lightweight & Ergonomic Design
Models in the Battery 100 Series have a compact, slimmed-down design for excellent ergonomics. This makes them lightweight and well balanced – allowing you to work comfortably in your garden.

One Battery Fits All
The battery pack is designed for demanding, long-lasting professional use. It is designed for the products in our Battery Series line-up, which allows you to quickly switch the same battery between different product applications and keep working.

Auto feed
No need for bumping it to the ground. Husqvarna Trimmer Head A15B offers automatic line feed with dual lines, which gives an even trimming result compared to trimmers with only one line. Works perfectly for both trimming and edging. The ultimate option for versatile and carefree use.

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