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Husqvarna 420 EL Chainsaw

Electric-powered 2000W chainsaw with 16” bar for private use, or by non-garden professionals such as carpenters and electricians.
Offers supreme overall performance, manoeuvrability and ergonomics, thanks to excellent cutting performance, robust design and slim body.
Instant starting, high chain speed, 5 metre cord, comfortable soft-grip 90° front handle and convenient tool-less chain tensioning make it ideal for homeowners, indoor use and craftspeople.
• Easy to handle - the engine is positioned lengthwise for a slim, easy-to-handle saw • Tool-less chain tensioning
• Effective inertia-activated chain brake •
   High chain speed • Oil level window
• Ergonomically shaped handle
• 5m long cable Specifications: Power Electr ic Power output 2 kW / 2.6 hp Chain speed at max power 15 m/s Bar length (inch/cm) 16/40 Vib ration levels F/R 3.9 / 5.2 m/s2 Weight 4.7 kg
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