Our best value electric grass trimmer, the FSE 31 is easy to manoeuvre around obstacles and along edges.
The loop handle can be easily adjusted without using any tools so you can move it into the right position to suit you. The mowing head can also be easily changed so that the trimmer can be used as an edger, and it's easy to extend the trimming line as well - just bump it on the ground to automatically feed the line out.
This lightweight corded grass trimmer is ideal for smaller gardens.
FeaturesVertical edge trimming
The mowing head can be quickly adjusted so that the trimmer can be converted into an edger in seconds.
Adjustable loop handle
The loop handle on the trimmer is easily adjusted without the need to use tools so you can use the machine in the most comfortable position.
Cable strain relief
The integrated cable strain relief stops the cable from pulling and means that it stays securely connected to your extension cable at all times.
FAQsQWhat type of cutting attachment does this use?
A: The FSE 31 uses a mowing head with line spool.
Tips#1Cleaning your FSE 31
When you have finished using the trimmer, unplug it and clean using a damp cloth or soft brush.
#2Storing your FSE 31
Store your FSE 31 in a clean and dry area and keep out of the reach of children at all times.
To get the most out of your mowing line, place it in a bucket of water for 12-24 hours before using them. This helps to make them more flexible and less likely to break.
|Total length cm 1)||110|
|Rated voltage V||230|
|Cutting diameter mm||245|
|Power output W||245.0|
|Vibration value, right m/s2 2)||1.8|
|Vibration value, left m/s2 2)||1.2|
|Sound pressure level dB(A) 3)||82|
|Sound power level dB(A) 3)||92|
|Weight kg 4)||2.8|
|Power output W||245|
|Standard cutting tool||Line spool|
1) Without cutting tool
2) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2m / s ²
3) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2.5 dB (A)
4) Without cable, with cutter and protection
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