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Husqvarna Hedge Trimmer 525HE4

€800,00
Husqvarna 525HE4 is a 25cc, high reach pole hedge trimmer with a 60cm cutter bar and high knife speed, designed for professional users.

With the outstanding reach of up to 4 meters, 37 mm blade pitch and durable 135° angle adjustment you comfortably and efficiently trim all high, wide and low hedges.
Husqvarna 525HE4 is a 25cc, high reach pole hedge trimmer with a 60cm cutter bar and high knife speed, designed for professional users.

With the outstanding reach of up to 4 meters, 37 mm blade pitch and durable 135° angle adjustment you comfortably and efficiently trim all high, wide and low hedges.

Husqvarna 525HE4 is a 25cc, high reach pole hedge trimmer with a 60cm cutter bar and high knife speed, designed for professional users.

With the outstanding reach of up to 4 meters, 37 mm blade pitch and durable 135° angle adjustment you comfortably and efficiently trim all high, wide and low hedges.

The engine serves as a counterweight and makes the machine exceptionally well-balanced and comfortable to use.

Equipped with heavy-duty gearbox and intuitive controls for easy starting.

Cylinder displacement
25.4 см³
Power output
1 kW
Knife Length
60 cm
Weight
6.3 kg
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