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Husqvarna 120i Cordless Chainsaw ( BODY ONLY)


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.

Brushless 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. Features: 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.

Chain Break Guard The design of the chain brake guard allows for an easier view of the tip of the saws bar, and improved control when operating. Tool-Less Chain Tensioning Quick and easy chain tensioning and assembling of the bar and the chain without using any tools.

Brushless Motor High torque to weight ratio for increased efficiency, increased reliability, reduced noise and longer product-life

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