WOLF-Garten expand 72 Volt range

by | Feb 14, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

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The WOLF-Garten 72 Volt Li-Ion power battery garden tool range is an interchangeable?battery system that delivers powerful garden tools?without engine fumes, tangled cables, or short run times.

To date the 72 Volt range has consisted of three lawnmowers but 2017 sees the introduction of three new handheld tools; a grass trimmer, a hedge cutter and a leaf blower. Each model is compatible with an interchangeable 72 Volt Li-Ion power battery and charger system. These 2.5ah high-performance batteries have 180Watt hours and are fully charged in just 60 minutes. If you are particularly short of time, there is even a super quick change option, which provides an 80% charge after just 45 minutes, making it one of the fastest chargers on the market.

In fact, the 72 Volt rechargeable batteries deliver immediate power and offer the longest charge time of all comparable battery-powered garden tools. An integrated cooling and ventilation system helps prevent overheating and guaranteeing longer service life with safe charging.

Every machine within the range is light, quiet to use and easy to handle, and requires almost no maintenance or upkeep.

The lawnmowers available include the LIONPOWER34, LIONPOWER37 and the LIONPOWER40, with each model being suitable for differing lawn sizes.

Each of these precision engineered lawnmowers feature the WOLF-Garten ACC system ? Advanced Cut and Collect. This system generates a strong airflow to straighten grass stems before cutting and accelerating the cuttings into the grass bag.

In terms of operating, these lawnmowers have been designed to make cutting the lawn a real pleasure, not a chore. They all feature quick-release handles with soft grip, providing comfort and safety. In addition, the mowers only run when the safety key is turned, even if the battery is plugged in, offering real peace of mind, especially if there are children around.

The 30T Grass Trimmer is perfect for tidying edges, and is aided by a telescopic, adjustable tilting handle with edging function. For further ease of use and user comfort it has a cutting head cover to reduce mess from grass cuttings, as well as a shoulder strap and soft grips. The battery provides over an hour of running time.

The 55H Hedge Cutter also benefits from a 60 minute run time and an ergonomically designed handle with soft grips. This means that the machine can be operated continually without fatigue. The swivelling mechanism can be set to five angles (-95? / -45? / 0? / 45? / 90?) meaning your hands are always in the optimum cutting position. With a cutting length of 55cm, and a cutting blade spacing of 26mm, this machine tackles even the most unruly of hedges with ease!

The final machine within the range is the 24B Leaf Blower. This powerful piece of equipment benefits from an axial fan, which delivers maximum efficiency and effectiveness with speeds of 240 km/h and can run for up to 60 minutes. The short blower pipe ensures a wide airflow, while the longer pipe generates the maximum air speed. A turbo function generates greater power when needed at the touch of a button and combined with the wide blower pipe with integrated leaf scraper, can handle the garden tidy up with ease.

Nick Hill, general manager for WOLF-Garten, said: ?This is the perfect lightweight cordless powered tool collection, offering a real cable-free alternative and a total modern day gardening solution.?

All of the 72 Volt Li-Ion power machines carry a 3 year guarantee.

For further information about this exciting new range, and other products in the WOLF-Garten range, visit http://www.wolfgarten-tools.co.uk.? You can also find WOLF-Garten on Twitter at @WGGardentools and on Facebook by searching for WOLF-Garten Garden Tools.

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