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Husqvarna Chain Saw 120 I Battery Kit - FREE DELIVERY !!

€349,00

120I KIT
Lightweight, easy to use battery chainsaw ideal for felling small trees and pruning or cutting small branches. Features an intuitive keypad for safe, convenient starting, while the inertia chain brake ensures trouble-free handling.

Brush less motor with savE™ mode for reliable performance and longer running time, no direct emissions, while low noise levels allow you to work in residential areas without disturbing the neighbors. 12" Bar & Chain.

COMPLETE WITH BLi20 BATTERY AND QC80 CHARGER
Battery
Battery type Li-Ion
Battery voltage 36.5 V
Battery capacity 4 Ah
Battery output power 146 Wh
Quantity of batteries/battery pack 20 pcs
Weight of one battery 0.048 kg / 0.11 lbs
Cells per battery 20
Battery model name Bli20,36.5V/4.0Ah
Number of batteries included 20
Battery charger model name QC 80,80W /220V
Typical battery charging time to 80% / 100% 100/140 min
Battery runtime (free run) with savE activated 44 min
Motor type BLDC (brushless)

Lubricants
Oil tank volume 0.2 lit / 0.42 US pint
Oil pump type Automatic
Oil pump capacity 3.5-6.5 ml/min

Vibration & noise data
Equivalent vibration level (ahv, eq) front / rear handle 3.369/3.82 m/s²
Sound pressure level at operators ear 86 dB(A)
Sound power level, guaranteed (LWA) 100 dB(A)

Cutting equipment
Chain pitch 3/8"
Recommended bar length, min-max 30.48-35.56 cm / 12"-14"
Chain speed at max power 11.5 m/s / 37.73 fts
Bar mount Small

Overall dimensions
Weight (excl. battery and cutting equipment) 3 kg / 6.61 lbs

Logistical Data
Weight incl. packaging 7.75 kg / 17.09 lbs
Product size, LxWxH 800x235x240 mm / 31.5x9.25x9.45 inch
Packaging size, LxWxH 520x265x245 mm / 20.47x10.43x9.65 inch

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