Etesia launches new pedestrian brushcutter

Etesia has launched a new pedestrian brushcutter - the Attila 51 for taming rough grass.

New Etesia brushcutter. Image: Supplied
New Etesia brushcutter. Image: Supplied

The Etesia AD51 brushcutter clears vegetation from a wide variety of sites - long grass, weeds, bracken and brambles on woodland paths or orchards. It is fitted with a Briggs & Stratton 750 Series 4 stroke DOV 6HP engine and an integrated differential lock with over-sized rear wheels, giving a good grip on uneven ground, especially on slopes of up to 38 per cent.

Cutting height adjustment is from 50-100mm. An off-centred blade for cutting without clogging and a blade disengagement facility gives users a theoretical output of 2800 m/h.

Etesia said the machine is highly manoeuvrable thanks to the hydraulic transmission, three forward speeds and one reverse speed. The differential lock with latch ensures no continuous holding for greater safety and convenience. Full folding handles allows for easy transportation from site to site and storage.

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