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Husqvarna Brushcutter 525 RJX

€425,00

The Husqvarna 525 RJX is a professional quality brushcutter designed to give the homeowner a balance between precision, maneuverability and sheer cutting power.

The 525RJX features a 25.4 cc X-Torq petrol engine which has been designed to increase fuel efficiency by 20% whilst reducing exhaust emissions by up to 75%. The fuel pump on this machine allows for easy starting when the engine is hot or cold.

Husqvarna's SmartStart system reduces the resistance on the starter pull by up to 40%. Ease of use and trouble free-starting is further guaranteed thanks to the inclusion of intuitive, easy access controls and the auto-return switch which automatically resets the 'on' position after use.



Features:

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

Fuel Pump
The Fuel pump is designed to allow for easy starting when the engine hasn't been used for a long period of time.

Combi-Guard
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
​Single Harness

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