STIHL FSA 57 Battery Brushcutter

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Lightweight and easy-to-use battery brushcutter for maintaining lawns and edges, and the ideal tool for trimming around obstacles such as trees and shrubs. With a cutting circle diameter of 280mm, soft handle, adjustable shaft length at the press of a button and handle adjustment without any tools required the FSA 57 offers convenient ease of use at every turn. Included: AutoCut C 3-2 nylon mowing head, refill with no tools required. Optional: PolyCut 3-2 available as an accessory.

Standard features

Soft grip with control lever

The soft grip with its control lever for switching on and off and control lever lock absorbs some of the vibrations and is extremely easy to grip.

Loop handle

The loop handle angle can be adjusted without tools using the tommy screw. It is ideal for working in confined spaces, e.g. for clearing work between bushes and shrubs.

Intermediate battery position in the device

The battery can be inserted into the device in 2 stages. In the first locking stage – the intermediate position – the battery is secured in the device but does not touch the contacts in the device. In the second locking stage – the operating position – the battery is completely inserted and touches the contacts in the device.

 

Length-adjustable shaft

With its flexible handles and variable shaft length, the perfectly balanced FSA 57 can be ideally adapted to your specific way of working.

Weight kg 1)

3.5

Weight kg 2)

2.7

Rated voltage V

36

Sound pressure level dB(A) 3)

74

Sound power level dB(A) 3)

89

Vibration level, right m/s² 4)

4

Total length cm 5)

1.490

Cutting diameter mm

280

Battery life time AK 10 min 6)

up to 25

Battery life time AK 20 min 6)

up to 50

Battery life AK 30 min 7)

up to 60

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