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Vic 575 replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl hsa 86
"Don’t hesitate, buy one.
The HSA 86 will do anything my 56 c-e petrol ever would. But without all the fumes in my face and noise in my ears. Since moving over to Stihl battery gear I have saved a good amount of money by not having to buy as much…"
1 minute ago
Dougie replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl hsa 86
"I had a look at the hsa94 but the battery back pack put me off i feel it would be a pain with the cable being short and akward "
3 minutes ago
Billybop replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl hsa 86
"cheers harry my cordless are all hibernating at the moment lol but will be back in action soon no doubt"
9 minutes ago
Billybop replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl hsa 86
"hsa86 are great i use them a lot. the hsa94 ones are even better, for certain jobs"
10 minutes ago
Harry@VWGS replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl hsa 86
"Billybop seems to be the man in the know when it comes to battery kit, I'm sure he'll see this post and comment .."
12 minutes ago
Dougie replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl hsa 86
"Great so worth the change over how is the power fron petrol i assume there will be no service invold ie spark plug and filters "
13 minutes ago
Harry@VWGS replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl hsa 86
"Awesome bit of kit mate, I switched over to Stihl battery for hedge cutters , short and long and would never move back to petrol, my short is the HSE 86 and it's taken everything I've thrown at it.
 
I have also just switched over to Stihl battery…"
16 minutes ago
Dougie posted a discussion
Hi i am looking at moving over to the stihl battery tools and i am looking for pro and cons of the stihl battery tools is it worth moving over from petrol and how do people rate the stihl hse 86 hedge cutter?
37 minutes ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"Absolutely need to get developers to think outside the box a lot more and to educate people of the merits of having living roofs.
I am virtually the only house owner to actually have a herbaceous border with a small tree in the front as well as…"
38 minutes ago
Darren Walters replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"We use the Wolf Garten leaf rakes with the short approx 12" handles.  They work a treat.  I also modded an old snow shovel to accept the shaft from a wolf tool so we can clip that onto a short handle and use it like a dustpan & brush.…"
55 minutes ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to James Todman's discussion Anyone tried a battery powered lawnmower?
"Just wondering if you were one of the guys on the Makita stand at Saltex 2019? "
1 hour ago
Sean Clarke replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"I haven't found any grabs yet. I bought a 2m x 2m tip sheet with corner handles and a decent leaf rake. I have to say, using the rake and sheet together is a really efficient and quite satisfying way of picking up large piles of leaves. The rake I…"
1 hour ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"I have a sedum/living roof on my extension and it is a small contribution to reducing localised flooding plus creating a nectar bar for beneficial insects."
3 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Advertisement
"I advertise in a local post office, costs me about £20 per year. Customers seem to prefer a plain hand written card.
What is going in this year? It's January and I've had three calls this week!"
6 hours ago
Mark Earles replied to James Todman's discussion Anyone tried a battery powered lawnmower?
"Hi James,
Mark from Makita so not biast at all. As you have the batteries it would be worth your while trying a Makita machine. the range starts at a 38cm plastic deck and goes upto a 53cm cast aluminium 3 speed machine. 
Contact me and I will…"
6 hours ago
Adam Woods replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"Another vote for the Tudor ones. I bought a couple of pairs and they seem to cope"
7 hours ago
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Stihl hsa 86

Hi i am looking at moving over to the stihl battery tools and i am looking for pro and cons of the stihl battery tools is it worth moving over from petrol and how do people rate the stihl hse 86 hedge cutter?

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