Clear through garden tidy up with Cobra

by | Mar 19, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Clearing through overgrown grass is often a task that is easier to drop to the bottom of a gardener?s to-do list.?Do it with Cobra.

Most people put it off as it seems laborious and tiresome to do manually, particularly as the result won?t have quite the same wow factor as planting produce and flowers, however, it is such a vital task that can instantly make a plot look tidier and can encourage new, healthy growth. With the new Cobra BC330C petrol brushcutter, it can be a quick and easy job!

The BC330C has a powerful 33cc 2-stroke petrol engine that provides consistently strong power delivery together with state of the art engine technology, whilst achieving reduced fuel consumption and industry leading low emission levels.

Replacing the line feed is quick and easy with Cobra?s Tap ?n? Go feature for the double line cutting head. The nylon line is automatically readjusted by simply tapping the cutting head on the ground, and the newly released line is then cut to the optimum operational length.

The Cobra BC330C is an extremely robust brushcutter with a choice of loop or cow horn style handles and shoulder harness that ensure comfortable usage. It also has ergonomically positioned controls that not only make the operator more comfortable, but more importantly, also boost safety.

The Cobra BC330C retails from ?159.99.

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