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Oleo Mac Brushcutter BC 350 S

€595,00

Premium brush cutter for home users who need a machine to tackle demanding and sustained workloads. This model will preform well even under stress without ever falling short on operator convenience.

Ideal for demanding private users and for people who need to handle intensive and continuous work.
See features tab below for more detail.

Product Features
Equipped with digital coil for easy starting in any conditions.
Air filter with paper element affording excellent engine protection even when operating in heavily dust laden environments.

Lower maintenance and longer service life guaranteed.
26 mm diameter shaft elongated by 5 cm to ensure the operator can always take up a comfortable posture.
Aluminium engine housing ensures maximum strength and durability, even in the face of intensive and prolonged cutting.
New bevel drive attached by way of M 10 male thread: improved strength and simpler removal/ replacement of cutting tool.
Premium brush cutter for home users who need a machine to tackle demanding and sustained workloads.

This model will preform well even under stress without ever falling short on operator convenience. Ideal for demanding private users and for people who need to handle intensive and continuous work.
See features tab below for more detail.


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