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Husqvarna Strimmer 129 R


Professionals turn to Husqvarna for powerful engines that make tough jobs easy. With the versatile Husqvarna Brushcutter 129 R, that power is available to consumers as well.

Brushcutter 129 R features a powerful 27 cc engine and professional quality - combined with a focus on ease of use.

A bevel gear designed for high torque and to keep the cutting tool parallel to the ground ensures you will experience the best cutting performance from your machine.

Weighing in at just 5.4 kg, this lightweight machine features a bullhorn handle meaning it can be used over larger areas whilst still being extremely comfortable to work with.

The straight shaft of the 129 R allows for extended reach, meaning you can deal with a larger area with less effort.

A standard double harness is also included, spreading the weight of the machine and improving the user's control, which the intuitive choke and purge switches ensure it is an easy tool to operate.


Standard Double Harness
Standard harness for lighter brushcutters.

SmartStart® System
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%.

Grass Bevel Gear
The Bevel Gear is designed with high torque and the cutting equipment is parallel to the ground for cutting performance.

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

Fuel Pump
Fuel pump designed for easy starting.

Accessories Included:
- Grass 255-4 Blade
- T 25 (L) Trimmer Head
- Standard Double Harness

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