The RMA 235 Cordless Lawn Mower
The perfect lawn mower for small gardens - lightweight, manoeuvrable and quiet, the RMA 235 also has an automatic eco mode and flow-optimised blades to maximise the life of the battery.
The cutting height of the mower can be centrally adjusted between 25mm and 65mm, and the handlebar has two different height settings to suit you. You can easily tell when the grass catcher box is full and emptying it is a breeze too, with an innovative clam shell design.
The RMA 235 has also been given the Best Garden Tech award by T3, a Quiet Mark award and a Gardeners' World Best Buy award, so you can be confident you are getting a great mower for your money!
- Area covered using recommended AK20 battery: 200m²
- Area covered using AK30 battery: 300m²
The FSA 56 Cordless Grass Trimmer
The FSA 56 battery-powered grass trimmer / brush cutter is the ideal tool for keeping your lawn edges in check in medium to large gardens.
It is lightweight, quiet and easy to manoeuvre around your garden, with an adjustable loop handle that helps you to guide the trimmer exactly where you need it. The shaft is also extendable, so you can adjust it to suit your height.
The FSA 56 is part of our COMPACT Cordless System range of tools with interchangeable batteries - the battery in the FSA 56 can be used in other tools in this range including a hedge trimmer, blower and lawn mowers.
- Run time on recommended AK 10 battery: Up to 20 minutes
- Run time on AK 20 battery: Up to 40 minutes
- Run time on AK 30 battery: Up to 60 minutes
|Cutting height mm||25-65|
|Cutting width cm||33|
|Length with grass catcher box cm||127|
|Grass catcher box capacity litres||30|
|Vibration value ahw m/s²||1.8|
|Uncertainty factor K m/s²||0.9|
|Guaranteed sound power level LWAd dB(A)||89|
|Uncertainty factor KpA dB(A)||2|
|Housing material||Polymer PP|
|Run time with AK 10 battery min 1)||up to 20|
|Run time with AK 20 battery min 1)||up to 40|
|Sound pressure level dB(A)||72|
|Vibration value, left m/s22)||3.5|
|Vibration value, right m/s22)||3.5|
|Cutting tool||AutoCut 2-2|
|Total length cm 3)||147|
|Protection class||III / III|
1) Run times may vary according to the application.
2) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2m/s²
3) Without cutting attachment
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