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Stiga SBC 80 AE 80 Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushcutter , , , , , , ,

The Stiga SBC 80 AE 80V brushcutter is perfect for jobs around your garden.  Versatile and easy to use, you’ll have no bother of a mains cable snagging in plants or garden furniture.  Lightweight and ergonomic with a loop handle and harness for best possible control, this tool will suit all gardeners.

Simple to start, the SBC 80 AE brushcutter comes with a Tap and Go bump feed head and a 4-tooth metal brushcutter blade with a 35-40cm working width.

Battery and charger not included

For sales and more information on this product contact your Vincent Tractors & Plant expert

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Name: John Scott

Job Title: Sales Person for Groundcare Machinery
(South East & North Cornwall and Devon)

Number: 07768 063548


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Name: Jon Day

Job Title: Sales Person for Groundcare Machinery
(Mid & West Cornwall)

Number: 07432 032497


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The strength and performance of a petrol tool, combined with the lightness comfort and reduced noise of a battery-powered machine.  The Stiga SBC 80 AE brushcutter showcases all the power delivered by the 80V technology using premium Lithium-ion batteries.

With a Tap & Go dual line cutting head the SBC 80 AE brushcutter has a working width that can be set to 350 or 400mm and for the more demanding tasks there is a 4 tooth metal blade (255mm).

A split transmission makes this product easier to store or transport and the practical side housing; allows the battery to be effortlessly plugged and unplugged.

A variety of batteries are available; the lighter 2.5Ah is recommended for general use.  For longer working times 4.0Ah and 5.0Ah capacities are available along with a harness for a maximum ease of use.

Battery and Charger not included

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