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Thread: Stihl battery power

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    Default Re: Stihl battery power

    https://youtu.be/puX2kpqSztw

    Hopefully it's as good as the music would have you believe lol

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    Default Re: Stihl battery power

    l'd like to see one in the flesh, looks fairly plasticky and domestic to me.....be nice to see a proper battery unit thats not priced like the Pellenc




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    Yeah that handle looks weak as with only the one side.

    Has anyone got or seen the ozito fertilizer spreader ? its 18 volt looks like a scotts handy green spreader with a few more features

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    Default Re: Stihl battery power

    oops double up

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    Yeah will need to see in person but I'm hopeful it will be high quality as usually when Stihl specifically mentions it's built for commercial use , it is.

    I thought the single handle bar was a good feature (as long as it's strong) and I like the sound of the replaceable deck liner.

    The rear wheels are aluminium

    Not a fan of the individual wheel adjustments though and as for pricing assume 1500 plus each for mower and battery

    It's at least 14kg's heavier than the pellenc so that's either good or bad depending how you look at it. Seems like anything will be stronger than the commercial Honda's though




    I've never spread fertilizer on lawns for a customer before, but some guys on the Facebook group were happy with a similar sounding ryobi branded spreader recently

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