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Husqvarna Strimmer 129 LK


Husqvarna 129 LK 27.5 cc Petrol Multi-Purpose Combination Power Unit

The Husqvarna 129 LK is a multi-purpose tool that features a powerful 27 cc engine and professional quality – combined with a focus on ease of use.

It is easy to start thanks to Smart Start®, intuitive controls and the automatic stop return switch – a feature that automatically resets to the ON position for trouble-free starting.
Apart from the trimmer head, the 129 LK can easily be equipped with a number of other pro-quality tools: blower, pole saw, cultivator, hedge trimmer and edger, by changing the lower part of the shaft.


Multi-purpose machine with several attachments available as accessories.

Click On Attachments​
Click on attachments for easy tool change.

Intuitive Controls
The choke and purge are easy to reach and understand.

Auto Return Stop Switch
Stop switch automatically resets to the ON position for trouble-free starting.

Smart Start®
The engine and starter have been designed so the machine starts quickly with minimum effort. Resistance in the starter cord is reduced by up to 40%.

Tap 'n Go
Heavy-duty twin line cutting system with Tap 'n Go for quick line feed.

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