Webb PHT26 split shaft long reach petrol hedge cutter

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Buy Webb PHT26 split shaft long reach petrol hedge cutter: <br><ul><strong><li>Split shaft allows easy storage and transportation</li><li>Full crank engine for better longevity</li><li>Anti-vibration system </li></strong></ul><br>Long-reach double-sided petrol hedge cutter powered by a full crank 26cc 2-stroke engine with Champion spark plug.<br><br>With an overall length of 230cm, including a 40cm cutting blade, the trimmer makes it easy to produce a neat, level finish on taller hedges.<br><br>The dual reciprocating blade has a cut capacity of 25mm to tackle thicker branches, while the loop handle, shoulder harness and anti-vibration system ensure comfortable working. Weight 6.5kg.<br><br>Please note: machinery cannot be left without a signature, so you will need to sign for this item. If you can’t be in, please let us know to leave with a neighbour when you place your order.<br><br>Supplied with a <a href="/toolsandstuff/warranty/" target="_blank">2 year manufacturer's warranty</a>.


  • Split shaft allows easy storage and transportation
  • Full crank engine for better longevity
  • Anti-vibration system

Long-reach double-sided petrol hedge cutter powered by a full crank 26cc 2-stroke engine with Champion spark plug.

With an overall length of 230cm, including a 40cm cutting blade, the trimmer makes it easy to produce a neat, level finish on taller hedges.

The dual reciprocating blade has a cut capacity of 25mm to tackle thicker branches, while the loop handle, shoulder harness and anti-vibration system ensure comfortable working. Weight 6.5kg.

Please note: machinery cannot be left without a signature, so you will need to sign for this item. If you can’t be in, please let us know to leave with a neighbour when you place your order.

Supplied with a 2 year manufacturer's warranty.

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