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Husqvarna 122C Strimmer



21.7cc Engine 

0.6kW Power Output

Smart Start® Quick Starting Technology

Auto Return Stop Switch For Easy Starting Low Noise Husqvarna Engine

Tap 'n Go Nylon Head For Easy & Quick Line Feed

The Husqvarna 122C grass trimmer is an extremely lightweight and highly maneuverable strimmer that will quickly and efficiently tidy up lawn edges and any unruly patches of grass your lawnmower can't reach.

Weighing at only 4.4kg, the user is ensured comfort even during long periods of use. The 21.7cc petrol engine ensures plenty of power when needed.

With a comfortable ergonomic loop handle, it helps further improve the control and precision you can achieve with this machine, you can be sure that even the trickiest patches of grass can be easily maintained and controlled.

The 122C is also packed full of features to give the user the best experience possible when using the strimmer.

The fuel pump fitted on this machine allows for ease hot and cold starting whilst the SmartStart system reduces recoil pull resistance by up to 40%.

For even added convenience, the auto-return stop switch automatically resets to the "On" position to ensure trouble free starting the next time around.

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