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Ryobi RLT4027 400 Watt Line Trimmer (Each)
Ryobi RLT4027 Ryobi RLT4027 400 Watt Line Trimmer
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Ryobi RLT4027 Line Trimmer is light weight and adjustable so itís perfect for extended periods of use. Has a fully adjustable handle that gives optimum user comfort and a telescopic shaft for a wide range of working lengths, again improving user comfort.

The adjustable head is perfect for edging and trimming, with a 27cm cutting path for an efficient cutting rate. Overmould handle offers improved comfort during use, and has a cable management hook and wall mount storage solutions.


- Cutting line diameter: 1.5mm.
- Cutting path width: 27cm.
- Line feed system: Auto feed.
- Line type: Twisted.
- Plant protector
- Power input: 400 Watts.
- Weight: 2.7kg.

(£35.94 ex VAT)
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