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Husqvarna 120iB Battery Blower Kit

€329,95

 

Husqvarna 120iB is a lightweight and easy-to-use battery-powered blower for small and medium gardens. Convenient, easy starts, fast acceleration, low weight and three modes for flexible operation. The compact design, soft-grip, low weight and perfect balance will allow you to work efficiently while putting less strain on your body.

Features:

3 different modes for best perfomance depending on need or task.

3 different modes for best perfomance depending on need or task. 3N for smaller duties inside or outside. 7N for good power, suitable for most tasks. 10N for tougher duties and when fullpower is needed.

Fast acceleration when starting

Fast acceleration when starting, makes the job more efficient.

Excellent ergonomics

Excellent ergonomics through its exceptional product balance, comfortable handle grip and intuitive keypad.

Brushless motor

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

A flexible battery system

The high performing Husqvarna battery system offers a wide range of options, from lightweight integrated- to backpack batteries. The batteries within our system are built to be used over a long time, are quick to recharge and even quicker to swap for continuous use. Our battery system allows flexible use in different Husqvarna tools and you will always find a tailored battery solution that perfectly suits your task at hand.

Low noise levels

Low noise levels enable longer working hours and the possibility to work in noise sensitive and restricted areas

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