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McCulloch Ergolite 22cc 60cm Petrol Hedge trimmer
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McCulloch Ergolite 22cc 60cm Petrol Hedge trimmer

£178
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Product details

Product information

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  • Power output: 600 W

Features and benefits

Soft start reduces the resistance in the starter cord by up to 40%

  • Large blade gap cuts thicker branches with ease
  • Dual action blades for excellent cutting performance
  • Ergonomic twistable handle adjusts to multiple positions
  • Effective low noise engine design - without loss of power
  • Blade featured with integrated safety guard
  • Visible fuel tank for monitoring fuel level
  • Auto return stop switch for hassle-free starting

Specifications

Engine manufacturerMcCulloch
Engine modelA051
Engine size22cc
Fuel typePetrol
Product length1130mm
Product weight5kg
Blade typeDouble-sided
Product code7393081516298

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Anonymous - 6 months ago

Brought this today ... used it right away.
No problems. Very pleased indeed.

This product is rubbish do not waste your money

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Chelsea fc - 6 months ago

I brought this product today took out the box filled it with all the right mixture tried to start it and nothing and when eventually got it started it just keeps cutting out so will be returning tomorrow waste of money will not be buying another,and this is the second one I’ve had and the same thing happened then just thought it was a fault with a first be clearly not

Model 6028

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I hate conifers - 1 year ago

Started straight up, then developed starting issues. Changed mixture and fuel ratios still no joy. Ran like a dog. What I have found is the choke position is critical mine needs to be left slightly on. Then it works fine