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Husqvarna Brushcutter 525 RX


The Husqvarna 525 RX brushcutter is easy to use and powerful brushcutter. The 25.4 cc X-Torq engine provides maximum cutting power.

The grass bevel gear also improves the torque of the grass trimmer, whilst keeping the cutting equipment parallel to the ground ensuring the best cutting performance possible.

This machine is supplied with both a Tap & Go cutting head featuring a twin line cutting system, ideal for precise cutting of the edges of your lawn.

The metal grass blade also included is better for the thicker more dense areas of grass.

Thanks to a cutting attachment combi-guard, it is easy to use either cutting head when operating. This model comes with the balance 35 harness, that spreads the load over your shoulder, chest and back to reduce strain when using for long periods of time.

The auto-return stop switch automatically returns to the starting position for hassle-free starting, while the fuel pump also helps with simple starting. The choke and purge controls are given intuitive placement and are easy to reach and understand.

An angled handlebar and comfort handles give excellent grip and ergonomic working positions, as well as being adjustable with a high offset post increasing your freedom of movement when working on slopes.


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

X-Torque Engine
The X-Torque engine design increases over a wider rpm range providing maximum cutting power

Offset Handle Bar
Angled handlebar and comfort handles provide excellent grip and working position

Balance 35 Harness
Ergonomic harness that distributes the load optimally between the shoulders, chest, and back

Fuel Pump
Fuel pump designed for easy starting

The cutting attachment combi-guard can be used with either a grass blade or a trimmer head

High Offset Post
High Offset post increases freedom of movement when working on slopes

Accessories Included:
-T35 Tap n Go Head
-4 Tooth Grass Blade
-Balance 35 Harness

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