Trim your yard and your carbon footprint. The FSA 65 grass trimmer uses a 36-volt battery for zero-exhaust emission performance that is amazingly quiet and lightweight. The trimmer utilizes STIHL Lithium-Ion technology, eliminating the need for gasoline, power cords and even earplugs. This new engine technology is eight times quieter than gasoline-powered trimmers, making it ideal for use in noise-sensitive areas. And don't expect a decrease in performance as the battery drains - everything runs at full speed until the battery is completely depleted.
The FSA 65 battery-powered trimmer also introduces a whole new generation in comfort and ease of use. In addition to being lightweight and well-balanced, the trimmer also runs at a lower vibration due to fewer moving parts. And best of all, startups are as simple as pulling the trigger. No more cord pulling.
Batteries & chargers can be purchased separately or as a combined set with tool.
Run time may vary based on battery type, charge level and capacity, model, operating style and conditions.
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- STIHL Electric Motor
- High Tech Polymer Housing
- Start/Run/Stop Controls on Handle
- Throttle Trigger Interlock
- Hanging Loop
- Cutting Heads & Blades Selection Chart
|FSA 65 Specifications - Occasional Use
||30 cm (12")
|WEIGHT* (w/ Recommended Battery)
||w/ AP 300 4.3 kg. (9.5 lbs.)
|RUN TIME (w/ AP 100)
||Up to 30 Minutes
|RUN TIME (w/ AP 300)
||Up to 90 Minutes (Recommended combination)
|RUN TIME (w/ AR 1000)
||Up to 200 Minutes
|RUN TIME (w/ AR 2000)
||Up to 330 Minutes
|RUN TIME (w/ AR 3000)
||Up to 400 Minutes
|*Weight without cutting attachment or guard. Batteries and chargers can be purchased separately or as a combined set with tool.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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