The SHE 71 is a versatile machine for smaller gardens that can be used as a standard leaf blower, or as a vacuum shredder so that you can collect and shred leaves quickly and easily.
Simply attach the vacuum kit and the machine will shred dry leaves into the catcher bag, which also acts as a dust filter. The SHE 71 is quiet but powerful - it can pick up debris from the tiniest cracks and spaces in your garden.
You can also empty the bag easily using the bottom zip.
FeaturesIntegrated cable strain relief
The cable strain relief hook on the SHE 71 prevents accidental damage to the cable.
The 45-litre fabric catcher bag acts as a filter so that you don't get covered in dust when using the SHE 71 as a vacuum. The catcher bag can be emptied easily through the zip opening.
FAQsQHow long is the cable on the SHE 71?
A: The cable on the SHE 71 is 10 metres long.
QWhat size garden can I use this in?
A: The SHE 71 is ideal for small to medium-sized gardens.
QWhat should I wear when using this blower?
A: We recommend that you tie back long back, and wear snug-fitting clothes, goggles, gloves, sturdy boots or shoes and ear defenders or ear plugs.
Tips#1Cleaning your SHE 71
When you have finished using the SHE 71, unplug it and clean using a damp cloth or soft brush.
#2Clearing leaves with your SHE 71
When using the SHE 71 as a blower, blow them into a corner to keep them contained and make it easier to collect them up.
#3Cleaning your gutters
Did you know you can also clean your gutters with an SHE 71? The STIHL gutter cleaning kit attaches to the SHE 71 so that you can easily reach and clear blocked gutters.
|Sound pressure level dB(A) 1)||85|
|Rated voltage V||230-240|
|Air flow rate cf/min 2)||341|
|Power output kW||1.1|
|Sound pressure level Lp2 BA dB(A) 1)||85|
|Vibration value, right m/s2 3)||1|
|Vibration level, left m/s2 3)||1.2|
|Vibration level, right m/s2 3)||0.8|
|Collection bag volume l||45|
|Sound power level dB(A) 1)||100|
|Weight kg 4)||4.1|
1) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2.5 dB (A)
2) In the vacuum operation
3) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2m/s²
4) Without cable
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