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Four in one tools for gardeners

Friday, March 09, 2018

THEY are quiet, lightweight, powerful and easy to operate. The new STIHL compact cordless system is now launched in the market and is available at Courts stores.

The product portfolio includes a chainsaw, a hedge trimmer, a brush-cutter and a leaf blower.

Each machine is available as a set with a charger and one of the two new batteries, each of which has a different energy capacity.

One well-thought out feature is that the batteries are compatible with all compact machines, for flexibility in use.

Week after week, the home garden requires maintenance — and there is always something else to do.

The hedge needs to be trimmed into shape, the branches have to be sawn up for firewood, the lawn edges have to be neatened and the leaves need to be cleared away.

For anyone looking to accomplish all these tasks rapidly, efficiently and quietly, the products in STIHL's compact cordless system are the perfect tools for the jobs.

All four machines have powerful, quiet-running electric motors that take their energy supply from efficient batteries. That enables the work to be done even at a distance from a power socket and without a cable reel.

And with no need for ear defenders and no exhaust fumes to mar the enjoyment of working in the fresh air. In theory, two batteries are sufficient to tend and maintain the garden round-the-clock without a break.

While the first battery is in use, the second is recharging. You can continue to rely on Courts easy credit terms. For all your queries please call 1 800 333.

Courts quality brands, great choice, why go anywhere else!

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