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McCulloch 33cc 430mm Petrol Brushcutter
- Cutting down bushes or other areas in the garden
|Edging facility||Edging facility|
|Fuel tank capacity||0.7L|
|Grip type||Soft grip|
|Standard||EN ISO 12100, EN ISO 11806-1, EN ISO 11680-1, EN ISO 10517, CISPR 12, ISO 14982, ISO 3744|
Ignore the Negative Reviews, This Tool Works Great
FCastle79 - 1 month ago
Bought this as a replacement to my B26PS which served me well for over 6 years of hard usage.
This unit has more power than the previous and has some neat features, including a throttle lock at a low to medium speed for general trimming duties.
Lets address this stigma about the Pull Starter, is it perfect... No, is it as bad as these other reviews make out... Definitely Not... you don't need to be a full blown mechanic to fix any issue with this equipment, if the Pull Starter issue happens its an easy fix... 4mm allen key and some WD40... if this is outwith your skill set then stick to electric tools, sounds like plug and plays more your thing anyways...
Great bit of kit for a decent price
A good product
Gribbins - 3 months ago
This is the second McCulloch I have bought and it is really good strimmer. The cord is fine if you follow instructions and both on my old and new machines the cord never had a problem.
phillbert - 4 months ago
At first the box tricked me into thinking it had the other attachments , I found out it didnt. i carried on and it broke on the very first time i tried to start it. if you read the reviews everyone else says the same fault.
Avoid pull cord issue
Handyman_returnman_handym - 4 months ago
One day out of the box pull cord stopped working common fault apparently
Great powerful brushcutter
Dafyddrob - 4 months ago
Bought this McCulloch 33cc from B&Q today - easy to assemble and easy to start and use. Good power, good throttle control and the harness makes it comfortable to use. I had a Ryobi but that was very temperamental, but good news, the Ryobi attachments by the way