Designed to be as comfortable to use as they are powerful, delivering reliable, constant power and torque in the most demanding environments.
A 35cc brushcutter with bike handle, comfort harness and two attachment options.
The right tool for the job
Designed for heavy-duty work, these robust Brushcutters can do any job expected of them. There are no areas that stubborn undergrowth can hide.
Bike type handle brushcutters
These brushcutters come with the comfort harness, tap-and-go nylon head and a three-tooth blade for heavy use as standard. An adjustable handlebar gives you a better, safer grip when scything through any unwanted vegetation.
A handful of Honda
Right from the start, these brushcutters feel extremely manoeuvrable. They can tackle any job, no matter how long, short or awkward, they’re up for any challenge.
If you’re a gardener or a landscape gardener, there’s a brushcutter that’s right for you. It’ll do everything you ask of it – and then some. Easy to start with a super-light flywheel, the quiet and smooth-running 4-stroke engines are the lightest and most compact of their type – with the lowest emissions in the industry. They have a silky smooth smooth drive with an anti-vibration clutch that insulates you from any arm-tiring vibrations. So when you’ve finished the job, you’re arms won't be too tired to lift that much-needed cup of tea or coffee.
If you really want to comfort while you work, the comfort harness fits snugly around your shoulders because it has five different settings for the best possible fit. It also has a leg guard and quick release hook holder for added safety.
From the outer limits
Space-age technology right in your own back garden. You can boldly go where no other brushcutter can, with these extremely tough and reliable 4-stroke garden tools. They are driven by a unique six-splined drive shaft (as opposed to a traditional groove key design) for added strength, with better torque and power delivery down to the work zone.
Brushcutters feature a special type of non-contact bearing. The same as those used by NASA, these bearings are renowned for their resistance to dust contamination, and are the best for ultra high-speed work. These bearings run freely with little resistance and are extremely quiet. They last much longer than the traditional full-contact rubber seal type – which can easily become contaminated with dust, overheat and wear out sooner than you think.