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Kress 20 V 2 Ah battery KAB02 (1)

Kress 20 V 2 A charger KAC02 (1)

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Kress 20 V 25 mm Cordless Pruning Shears-Bare tool
KG340.9

105.69 € excl.VAT 130 € incl.VAT

Kress 20 V 25mm pruning shears are designed to make pruning a breeze. Incredibly lightweight at only 0.71 kg(bare tool), make the pruner just like a part of your hand.

  • Weight at only 0.71 kg(bare tool), incredibly lightweight, and slim body design provides easy one-handed operation.
  • 0.5-second cutting speed with 1-inch capacity (hardwood and softwood limbs, provides a smooth and even cutting surface.
  • 300-400 N-m torque, effortlessly trim the branches such as white oak, and beech tree branches.
  • Progressive cutting 100% Simulated manual scissor operation, easy control of the cutting degree you need.
  • 2 cutting modes for different usage, from landscape trees to small garden beds, deliver precise pruning results while minimizing the risk of errors or damage.
  • Titanium Coated SK5 blade with none-stick characteristic, resistant to plant sap, makes cleaning and maintenance a breeze. Also provides superior protection from corrosion and wear.
  • Up to 2500 cuts on hardwood sticks with a single charge(2.0 Ah).
  • Double Lock-off switch ensures enhanced operation security while catering to left-handed and right-handed users.
  • Led light reminds the machine status at any time.
  • Wired performance without wires. Kress KrossPack battery is interchangeable with all 20V and 40V Kress tools.

In the box

Kress 20 V 2 Ah battery KAB02 (1)

Kress 20 V 2 A charger KAC02 (1)

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Key features

  • Easy grip handle
  • Sharp always
  • Both sides lock-off switch
  • Safety reminder
  • Progressive cutting
  • Lightweight and ergonomic design

Technical specifications and Manual

Engine

No load speed 22000 rpm

Weight and Dimensions

Weight (w/o cutting equipment & battery) 1.56 lbs

Basic specifications

Output voltage 20 V

Performance

Max. torque 197.2 Nm Nm
Runtime 2500 cuts (hardwood and softwood limbs)

Cutting

Download manual file

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