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Husqvarna Brushcutter 129 RJ

€345,00


Husqvarna Brushcutter 129 RJ
The Husqvarna 129 RJ is a lightweight grass trimmer designed to offer the user professional quality performance for home gardeners.

The 129 RJ is supplied with a dual nylon line cutting head and a tough metal brushcutter blade for tougher and heavy grass cutting.

The nylon line head features Tap & Go line feed, which makes extending the line a breeze whilst in use.

This allows the 129 RJ to be ultra-versatile, whether you are precision trimming your lawn edges, to clearing heavy grass patches.
Powered by a 27.6 cc 2-stroke petrol engine, you are guaranteed smooth-running power with a maximum cutting speed of up to 8,000 RPM.

The 129 RJ strimmer is also fitted with Husqvarna's SmartStart system, ideal for hassle-free starting. A protective combi-guard protects the user from small stones, grass clippings, and dirt from being kicked up during operation. With its lightweight design (4.75 kg) and loop handle, the user is guaranteed excellent control and precision.

A single shoulder harness and intuitive controls help ensure accuracy when cutting in tricky areas or for a long period of time.

Features:

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

J-Handle
Equipped with J-Handle for greater versatility

Fuel Pump
The fuel pump is designed so the machine starts quickly with minimum effort.

Smart Start
Husqvarna's SmartStart system allows the resistance in the starter cord to be reduced by up to 40%.

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