Cyclone Rotary Turf Edger

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$54.98
Price correct as at Fri 20 Jan 2017 10:24:04
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Product Description

The Cyclone Rotary Turf Edger is ideal for trimming and edging paths and walkways, with its sharpened soild steel cutting wheel attaching to a drum that rides along the curb edge, leaving behind smooth, clean cut lines.

  • Factory sharpened blade made from high carbon steel.
  • Foot tread for added pressure
  • Tubular metal construction with oval steel handle
  • PVC grips for comfort control
  • Lifetime guarantee

Product Details

Model Name
Cyclone Rotary Turf Edger
Model Number
629280
Material
Steel
Colour
Green
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:200 H:1150 L:310
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:200 H:1150 L:310
Weight
1.83kg
Corded
No
Cordless
Yes
Commercial
Yes
Maximum Cutting Depth (mm)
28
Wheels
Yes
Working Width (mm)
28
Blade Length (mm)
150
Black Thickness (mm)
1.5

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