Webb PKLRT double sided long reach hedge cutter

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Buy Webb PKLRT double sided long reach hedge cutter: <br><ul><strong><li>Easily cut taller growth </li><li>Flexible 135 degree adjustable head</li><li>Anti-vibration system</li></strong></ul><br>This powerful Webb long-reach cutter makes it easier to produce a neat finish on taller hedges without a ladder.<br><br>Powered by a high-performance Kawasaki TJ27 27cc petrol engine with centrifugal clutch, the trimmer has an extended shaft and 52cm double-sided blade for quick, efficient cutting.<br><br>The cutter head articulates through a range of 135 degrees to provide the best working angle for the tops and sides of your hedge, while the loop handle and anti-vibration system ensure comfortable operation. Weight 8.7kg.<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>.


  • Easily cut taller growth
  • Flexible 135 degree adjustable head
  • Anti-vibration system

This powerful Webb long-reach cutter makes it easier to produce a neat finish on taller hedges without a ladder.

Powered by a high-performance Kawasaki TJ27 27cc petrol engine with centrifugal clutch, the trimmer has an extended shaft and 52cm double-sided blade for quick, efficient cutting.

The cutter head articulates through a range of 135 degrees to provide the best working angle for the tops and sides of your hedge, while the loop handle and anti-vibration system ensure comfortable operation. Weight 8.7kg.

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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